I can never decide what is my definitive all-time favorite work of art but it's either La Dolce Vita, My Bloody Valentine's Loveless or this absolutely legendary show. Brb now listening to Space Lion and crying as the memories hit all over again <3
Best unplugged for the best grunge group
The harmonies of Layne and Jerry were so vital to what set Alice in Chains apart from their contemporaries and here it is so evident. Layne must've been under an unimaginable amount of pain at the time yet his performance feels so relaxed (despite him hilariously messing up once) and it's beautiful to see. Mike's acoustic bass and Sean's drums sound so clean too. So many classics here including my absolute favorites of…
[This review isn't great, but I like to think of it as a time capsule of my feelings back then]
"Gentlemen of the court, there are times that I'm ashamed to be a member of the human race and this is one such occasion."
As soon as this film ended and as soon as I wiped away the tears, I sat there astonished. There are not many films that are able to do that but Paths of Glory absolutely did.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
“Quite an experience to live in fear isn’t it? That’s what it is to be a slave.”
With Denis Villeneuve’s sequel Blade Runner: 2049 coming up, it never felt more an appropriate time to revisit the special gem that is the Final Cut version of the 1982 classic Blade Runner. A landmark of the science-fiction genre and the film that gave birth to cyberpunk, Blade Runner’s influence is colossal and its ideas feel more relevant now than ever. I…