"...and now, your host for this evening, the Rolling Stones."
I gotta say, this is one of the most pleasurable viewing experiences I've had this year and in several years, taking my time over the course of the past week to watch the doc in full. is it tv? is it a movie? it feels plenty cinematic, both in its slowness and its grandiosity.
I came into this indifferent to the Beatles, if not Beatles-skeptic. (anyone who knows me in…
understands correctly that:
1. the coolest drink you can order for another person is a Coke
2. the other coolest drink you can order for another person is a martini
3. it is always funny, as well as romantic, to introduce someone who is not your spouse as your spouse
when I see Skyler Gisondo I go crazy I love that guy so much
I finally saw the PTA movie that broke everyone's brains the least you can do is subscribe to Fran Magazine
people really like to do viral tweets about how a cheese-it would kill a pilgrim or Anne Boleyn on Tinder but I think what sort of escapes us is how wholly bizarre the past would feel to folks like us (using app to track movies). I get that this is an impressionistic interpretation of life but it feels as close to me as film can get to capturing what an alien, overwhelming, beautiful, and haunting experience that would be. sort of like getting your tarot read? great flick!