Always enjoys movies, whenever I have time for them. 18.
Watched w/YMS Commentary
I feel like there's some kind of Mandela Effect going around with this movie, because not once is the line "It's time for the remix!" ever uttered by any character. Half an hour in, Catwoman (Halle Berry) says "Then let me try the remix", but not "It's time for the remix". Get it straight, people.
All jokes aside, this movie really is *that* bad. Maybe not as ghastly in its awfulness as, say, The Cat in the…
It may seem odd—downright puzzling, even—to decide on Blue Velvet being my formal introduction to the infamously bizarre David Lynch, given its reputation for being among his sickest, ugliest cinematic nightmares. Not that its controversial nastiness necessarily repelled me from ever seeing it, but for a while, I found myself more naturally gravitating towards 2001’s Mulholland Drive, a more widely-acclaimed Hollywood noir starring Naomi Watts.
Although likely quite twisted in its own right, Mulholland still seemed like a safer bet…
Hollywood has not been shy in taking on Stephen King. From Carrie to Children of the Corn, from Gerald’s Game to The Green Mile, and from The Dark Tower to The Dead Zone, they’ve been turning his most famous (and even most obscure) works of fiction into big-budget blockbusters for decades now. The Shining, despite also being a (relatively) big-budget Stephen King adaptation, was different, though.
Instead of gory, schlocky ‘80s cheese, director and co-writer Stanley Kubrick went for real…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I started school again pretty recently, and have been trying to adjust to that for a little while, so that's why my I'm Thinking of Ending Things review is taking way too long to come out. It should be online in the next few days or so, and my Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind review should be done by September 27 (next Sunday) [NOTE: NEITHER OF THOSE THINGS HAPPENED, AND THE ETERNAL SUNSHINE REVIEW WAS NEVER COMPLETED. OH WELL]…