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  • Knight of Cups

    Knight of Cups


    A drifting odyssey of consciousness
    in and out of realities heartache
    A stranger to many as all light blurs
    Is this life real? Seems to be bottomless
    Lived for others and never for myself
    Magic pearls, holy mountains lost in the
    heavens, sex, commitment is a rock that
    can’t be broken into without oneself
    Hands glisten across water and sand, birds
    soar, beautiful women in the sun, an
    epic experiential expression
    Love can be vast while empty, no words

  • The Devils

    The Devils


    Since I gave Andrei Rublev the title of Cinema's Bible, I feel it only fitting to label The Devils as cinema's Book of the Dead. Eye bleeding, cursed and revolutionary its an evil painting of cruel expressionism.

    I'm gonna go on a limb and say you shouldn't recite this line from The Mummy: " amon ra, amon dei, sueia-ajarrow muctus inmactupaia, inmactu dipsic sictis tue hatuey hatuey hatuey!"

    Oh wait...

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  • Inglourious Basterds

    Inglourious Basterds


    “There's a special rung in hell reserved for people who waste good scotch. Seeing as how I may be rapping on the door momentarily...”
    “I must say, damn good stuff, Sir.”

    Inglorious Bastards is some damn good stuff!
    I despise some of the lame criticism Tarantino gets on being a dialogue driven and viscerally violent filmmaker. Does it is make him any less of an artist then Malick or Tarkovsky? No. Artist paint with different brushes and strokes. His greatest…

  • Princess Mononoke

    Princess Mononoke


    Princess Mononoke = Film that takes the cake on owning the word "EPIC"

    Miyazki's animation is comprehensively voluminous in its passage . 4D. A different dimension. Seeing this in theatres for the first time last night was near life affirming. The textures are seriatim like. Each layer is individual and complex, brimming with a sympathetic conformity wise in balance and beauty. Joe Hisaishi's score echoes into the beyond, thundering emphatically like a hurricane, so lively it could bring back the…