"You have to break an egg to know what is inside" - man,
- Film Club Ranked: boxd.it/3M2sq
This movie features the most blood-curdling scream in film history... yeah I said it.
In Angel's Egg a young girl guards an egg while walking through a desolate dreamland. She encounters a second wanderer that she journeys with who challenges some of the aspects of her deadfaced, blind dedication to the protection of the egg. What ensues is a mostly silent film…
"Let's have a toast for the douche bags, Let's have a toast for the assholes, Let's have a toast for the scumbags, Every one of them that I know, Let's have a toast for the jerk offs, That'll never take work off
Baby, I got a plan, Run away fast as you can" - Kanye (nif)
"Don't you have any notion of what goes on outside of your own head, don't you have any idea how people feel? "…
“Best God damned bartender from Timbuktu to Portland, Maine. Or Portland, Oregon for that matter.” - Jack... that's how I feel about my AMC bartender.
And that's why I never married Jack Nicholson.
How do you review a film like the Shining? It's really good. There you go. Okay I'll give it a minor go. In the Shining…
"So tell me why should it be true, That I get a kick out of you" - Frank Sinatra (nif),
This film befuddles me because:
(1) I don't really like biopics, but I love this movie
(2) I don't really like musicals that much, but I love this movie
(3) I don't really like films about addiction, but I love this movie
(4) I don't think Taron Egerton's voice is that great but I love his singing
I'm confused but I guess it's just that good. Yeah see it!
"Watch your step kid, watch your step kid, watch your step kid, ya best protect ya neck" - The Wutang Clan (NIF)
Did this movie invent cross-fit? BTW, when are these bad guys going to realize that they need to stop fucking around with people's martial arts schools?
In The 36th Chamber of Shaolin a man's teacher and associates in his martial arts school are all killed. Lu Yu-De escapes the ambush and makes his way to a shaolin temple…
"Have you seen this Chicken?" - Wanted Poster
"This is what it sounds like, when dogs cry" - Prince (NIF, paraphrased),
People are going to laugh at this but I think that Feathers McGraw is one of the greatest horror villains of the 1990s.
In a world full of online beefs, terrible jobs, a planet falling to pieces, and movies like Hobbs and Shaw, it's such a delight to find time for a delightful and effective short film (30…
"If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?" - Tuco,
- 5x5 Directors Challenge (Sergio Leone 1/5) boxd.it/3IUJC
Clint Eastwood plays with a kitten and it almost makes me like him.
Never saw this because I had important shit I was doing but I'd trade one of my viewings of the Covenant to have seen this movie sooner... it's great! In The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly "three men – a quiet loner, a ruthless…
"The jungle plays tricks on your senses, it's full of lies, demon, illusions. I have learned to tell the difference between reality and hallucinations" - Scary Expedition Leader
"I told you I need men, not milquetoasts who will shit their pants" - Don Fitzcarraldo.
Feeding money to a fish is as baller as it gets. Seriously, that is some first class douchebaggery.
I love this film because it's…
"It's a rorschach test for your ability to handle unconventionality" - David Maysles (director commentary),
Ain't nothing wrong with cooking bedside corn on the cob.
If you haven't seen Grey Gardens you should do so very soon. It is one of the most interesting documentaries on outsiders, aging, fitting in, codependence, etc. ever put to screen... it is timeless. In addition, Grey Gardens is a trailblazer in naturalistic documentaries just trying to capture life. The story of a mom and…
"Keepin' you at a disadvantage, is an advantage I intend to keep." - The Hangman
- Tarantino Ranked: boxd.it/1q6C8
I always wear a sweater while watching this film.
5th watch: For me, all of Tarantino's films are roughly equal in quality and flaws but I've decided that this one is my favorite of his films... for now. I like how he fills the time with interesting things to look at and powerful monologues that feel like they are from a…