This show is right up my alley, since I’m a sucker for things that have been made seriously, and then it just crashes and burn. This is extremely entertaining with a lot of stop-motion and a Spiderman running on an apparent floor, but we are supposed to think it’s walls or ceiling. Kids toys are we supposed to believe are real working robots or vehicles. Just awesome!
My favourite place to hang out when it comes to movies is on Letterboxd, here you can find a lot of things you wanna watch, follow people with the same taste as yourself and ofcourse comment and write your own reviews. ImDb is ofcourse the biggest one, but you get more of a social community […]
ON an evening in late February at a club here called the Monkey House, there was a family reunion of sorts. As the band Rough Francis roared through a set of anthemic punk rock, Bobby Hackney leaned against the bar and beamed. Three of his sons Bobby Jr., Julian and Urian are in […]
This post is mainly for those new to the genre or rather concept of Northern Soul. Those that already know can find a couple of documentaries to watch or to download the book “Northern Soul: Music, drugs and subcultural identity” as a pdf further down this on the side. I Loooooooove Northern Soul, the cheer […]
In Hell or High Water (7/10) from 2016 a divorced father (Chris Pine) and his ex-con older brother (Ben Foster) resort to bank robbery in order to save their family’s ranch in West Texas. During a visit to a resturant, the two sheriffs that are hunting the robbers (Jeff Bridges & Gil Birmingham) meet the […]
Drum & Bass: The Movement explores how a unique UK club culture rose from the underground to become a global phenomenon infiltrating and influencing disciplines from mainstream pop music to video games. From dubplates to mainstream crossovers, to some of the labels, tracks and clubs that helped shape the scene, Drum & Bass: The Movement […]
8/10 … I don’t know what I should think about these fucking low-life idiots. They feels like the definition of uneducated white trash, but in nicer living areas than trailers. The stupidity of these morons knows no bounderies. At the same time, I get why you want to take revenge on a bully. I gives an extra grade of “goodness” that it’s based on a true story.
There’s a lot of actors I really like, but for some reason Philip Seymour Hoffman stod out from the others to me. I think it was his troubled countenance, a kind of sorrow and pain that hanged over him that spoke to me, that set him apart from others and made me kind of identify with him. Maybe this sounds presumptuous, since I didn’t know him, so of course I didn’t know how he felt. That’s why I think the interview further down this page about happiness is really great and interesting…
8/10 … I really don’t know what to say about this that haven’t been said before. I love this movie, but then I’m a sucker for “bad” movies that wasn’t meant to be bad … or comedic. A movie where the director thought he made something great, but fails miserably.
So what’s not to like? Tombstones made out of cardboard, A Swedish wrestler who can’t act, Boom mikes showing, Toy UFO’s and much, much more goodies throghout the movie….
Jim Carrey announced in January 2020 that he was done producing his anti-Trump and politically themed art. But the coronavirus pandemic ― and the Trump White House’s catastrophic response to the crisis have prompted Carrey to pick up his pencils again. And if the comedian’s prolific output this month alone is anything to go by, […]
7/10 … There might be something wrong with me, but I totally understand his rage. Peoples selfishness, people being extremely rude, people who are cooky but can’t back it up, and when people call them on it they scream for help. Then ok, he maybe goes over the top in his revenge, but again, I understand his rage.
This kind of revenge thriller that could easily have been released 20 or 30 years ago, but then would have a less “barf” ending….
9/10 … This is what a feel-good-movie should be for me, but for someone else this might just be sad. I love the interacting between the main characters. The extreme warmth of Joe (Bobby Cannavale), the sad heart broken, low-key, yet very kind Olivia (Patricia Clarkson). The bitter on life, Fin (Peter Dinklage from Games of Thrones fame) who just wants to be left alone. The little girl, Cleo (Raven Goodwin) is also extremely charming. I love to be part of their journey from their first meetings to how they become true friends.
10/10 … I think this is probably the ultimate drama/comedy for me, and I have seen it about a million time (I don’t know what that says about me). It’s both funny, uncomfortable and sad. At its core I would say the movie is about loneliness, and how we all are alone even when we are in a relationship.
Conspiracy = The act of two or more persons, called conspirators, working secretly to obtain some goal, usually understood with negative connotations. I’m guessing that most people laughing about conspiracies, don’t really know what it mean in a dictionary sense. Most of these people think it’s all about these weirdos claiming that the reptile aliens run the world and […]
Public Enemy featuring Ice Cube and Big Daddy Kane released the song ”Burn Hollywood Burn” in 1990, calling Hollywood out on its racism. Always letting Black men and women play stereotypical roles.
Many intelligent Black men seemed
To look uncivilized when on the screen
Like, I guess I figure you to play some jigaboo
On the plantation, what else can a nigga do
And Black women in this profession
As for playing a lawyer, out of the question