a documentary by visionary filmmaker Jan Kounen.
the heart of the Shipibo Shamans.
we delete it.
The karma you will suffer is pollution of your work in the future lives. We don't want spam.
Oh, it doesn't have to be high art!! I like my candyfloss fluff too!
I just don't like candyfloss fluff dressed as high art.
Still, nice cheek bones though. I would.
the last time I set foot in the local multiplex was for the Dead movie screening. They're not going to get my money for this. But there's nothing wrong with being fun to watch, and luckily Johnny Depp can make the phone book fun to watch. You want high art, this is probably not your movie.
i wonder if he'd read it in a faux kooky 'I'm eccentric, me' exaggerated dead dull void like tone?
talent deserted long ago, producing visual ennui while the crowds gawp on in pleasure, drowsily spooning mouthfuls of congealing nachos into their glistening chops.
Depp's recent films represent untertainment at it's finest and will be warmly welcomed by anyone who regularly sits in front of the screen with a loaded shotgun in their mouth, trying to pluck up the courage.
Johnny Depp reading the phone book is probably worth the price of admission, but still.
from the mind of Hunter S Thompson. Johnny Depp plays Hunter not so well in this book that was not so good. Trying to squeeze every last dollar out of the estate, eh?
The movie opens 10/28
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
always a stretch to challenge the '79 adaption with Alec Guinness.
but with a superb Director in Tomas Alfredson; Let The Right One, yes the original Swedish film, not the pointless American remake. are U.S. citizens really so dumb that a language outside of English, a cinematic production with subtitles is so completely incomprehensible?
Remember: SUBSTANCE OVER STYLE.
digression in the rear view mirror.
nicely paced, nicely shot and nice sound. not exceptional, but anything with Gary Oldman has a certain gravitas.
and Kathy Burke is always a treasure. dominates any scene she's in.
I feel as though I knew this man my entire life yet we never met and I never saw him perform. An acquaintance over on rottentomatoes (as well all three of my sons) turned me onto Bill Hicks a few years back and my life changed for the better ... I no longer felt alone.
I also really like "Sane Man".