Scavenger Hunt 15 - A film starring an actor/ actress from the TV show The Walking Dead (Gary Weeks)
It's nice to see a studio release that strives to please only itself, not the audience. Shane Black's The Nice Guys is nice because it's not a disposable summer movie made for a certain audience looking for a standad neo-noir to pass two hours. Neo-noirs aren't even in demand anymore, and based on the movie's box office, neither are original movies.…
Jay Z's debut album Reasonable Doubt is still fantastic. The documentary, despite having Jay perform selections from the album, feel impersonal because Jay never speaks about the album, but has collaborators like DJ Premier do the talking.
WTF has a name, and it rhymes with Wicolas Tinding Fefn.
Someday I'm going to be working at the video store, and a desparate customer will approach me. "Can I help you?" I ask him/her. S/he looks at me, twitching and dishevelled. "Just fuck my life up."
S/he leaves the video store with a copy of Only God Forgives and a package of sugar-free gummy bears.
There's got to be a better movie that can be made from this footage…
Scavenger Hunt 15 - A film with a fast motion scene
Jean-Ralphio > Jean-Louis. That's an equation Jeff would know.
Robert Zemeckis makes movies that are wonderful. Exhibit A: Back to the Future. Exhibit B: Forrest Gump. Exhibit C: The Walk. There are certainly more in between the three selections, too.
But for all the wonder the visually stunning movie provides, it is just barely good. I, for the life of me, cannot decide if I liked Joseph Gordon-Levitt's performance. I'm…