Children of Men
The Great Escape.
Nobody's mother lives in Atlantic City on Saturday - Lauren Bacall
Saturday night: my sweetie and I went to see The Bad and the Beautiful, starring Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner and Dick Powell at the Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto.
"Baby, you've arrived."
Perfect Sense. Indi Scottish film (2011) about a global epidemic that wipes out your senses one by one. Stars Ewan McGregor. Very interesting and quite haunting in the end.
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” - Coco Chanel
Blog - Violet's Vintage Vault
"Silent House." Its main claim to distinction is that it was filmed in all one 90-minute take.
"Rope," it ain't. Far too many closeups and jiggly camera work; and I never did care about the characters.
Paul W. (the Benzadmiral)
The Italian Job.
Old counterculturists and young idiots think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring, dumb and smelly.
The Rum Diary
Kill the Irishman
You can have my girl, but don't touch my hat!
All in the same weekend - Melancholia, The Descendants, and Downfall. I had to re-watch The Big Lebowski just to break out of the resulting depression. All were good, in different ways, just a bit much back to back. Frank
The Professional... then.... Mystery Men... in that order!
Don't ask why...
Don't worry...They always hire bums like me for jobs like this.