Monday, November 28, 2011

What terrible


Sunday, November 27, 2011


in her eyelids.

Friday, November 25, 2011

You wanna end war and stuff?

You gotta sing loud.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011



Tuesday, November 22, 2011



Sunday, November 20, 2011



I don't like

other people's friends.

Saturday, November 19, 2011



Sunday, November 13, 2011

I sold my memories

to a microscope.

We didn't need dialogue.

We had faces!

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Every night I lay myself down to sleep,

I ask myself these questions three:
What the fuck are we fighting for?
What the fuck are we fighting for?
What the fuck are we fighting for?

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

We should do away with saying

that, to me, a thousand years is a blink of the eye. Yes, I am the infinite. Yes, I am eternal. Yes, I am fucking bored.


in the earth.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

If dreams and memories sometimes get confused,

well, that's as it should be.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Man takes picture of penis

every day for five years.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Kids grow up.

Hanna - 8/10. Compelling! Between something as blunt as the Bourne movies and as atmospheric as 'Drive.' All of the principles handle themselves well: Ronan shows a great range, Bana is friendly and dangerous, and Blanchett creates her own Anton Chigurh-esque vision of evil. It's fun!


With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story - 5/10. Reads as a table of contents. His interactions with his wife are adorable and I'd rather have seen a movie about them twos more'n a movie that glosses over comic book history.

A truck driver wanting to be a woman.

Being Elmo - 6/10. Warms the heart, aye, but it's got nothing to say, err.

Her head don't come off.

Labyrinth - 5/10. Seeing this and all those Muppets movies recently, Jim Henson's got a great ability to create characters but he can't seem to make a solid story around them. He's more concerned with character moments that character arcs. Sarah's got no fear in her. She's just a thing that guides us to the next set piece.

My hands are a little dirty.

Drive - 8/10. Lars and the Real Shit, y'all. Extremely well-made. It delays gratification when you most want it and releases it on people you don't care for it to be released on. That's its biggest flaw and the most interesting thing it's got going for it within all of its interesting parts.

Babies are not found in cola cans.

Mary And Max - 8.5/10. Just the sweetest fucking thing, I swear to god.

No one likes putting a dick in their mouth.

50/50 - 5.5/10. Boring guy gets cancer, continues to be boring. Take the Seth Rogen and last twenty minutes from this movie and smash it into 'Funny People' and you've got something maybe. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, oh, how you don't really act that well except for that one scene towards the end which is actually very good, nice job.

Ugly girlfriend means no confidence.

Moneyball - 5.5/10. No follow-through. When it plays around with numbers, it can be a very compelling movie, but it lobs so many other threads in the air that never find their way back down. Thusly, the movie never really finds a satisfying emotional conclusion to any of its unformed parts. It's not really about anything.

Is there a gay kiss with a boy & is this movie on DVD ?

For The Bible Tells Us So - 4.5/10. It comes off like it's talking to people who already believe what it believes, which makes it useless. I'd love to have a movie to hand to my mom where she could cry a little tear and shit, but this movie'd just get her all defensive, as it does a good deal of talking down. It's not tactical warfare.

Maybe he just wanted to fly one time.

The Bridge - 7/10. It's haunting to watch 20-some people jump off of the Golden Gate Bridge. Each time is surprising and, as it goes on, it creates tension out of inevitability. The movie doesn't offer anything in the way of closure of elucidation into the nature of suicide, or why this bridge, but there's only so much you can expect, I guess. 'The reality of one night, let alone that of a whole lifetime, can ever be the whole truth.'

Closed on account of the TV.

Best Little Whorehouse In Texas - 6.5/10. Lively, full of characters, but nothing to really prop them up besides a small handful of good songs.

We are lost!

Sherlock, Jr. - 8/10. The best Buster Keaton I've seen and the first one where I really get Buster Keaton as a character – if Chaplin has a twinkle in his eyes, then Keaton has butterflies in his stomach. It's less the size of the tricks with this one and more their seamlessness in being pulled off. It approaches magic, friends.

Making a point

without making an enemy.