One of those weird american comedies of the 80s that aged well than expected. I don't understand the general sense of hate people have for this movie.
A History of Violence
As a writer and filmmaker, Paul Schrader is somehow obsessed with characters that are pieces of dynamite waiting for the "right" moment to explode. Affliction, a tough drama where the conflict between generations is faced subtlety at the same time the "thrilleristic" part of the plot is developed, can also be a part of that Schrader's obsession. The portrait of the relationships between the group of characters has much more value here than the plot itself,…
Hey, I'm a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class. Especially since I rule.
Clerks is the ultimate indie film, both in what the movie is and how it was made. Is an example for the 21st century, where many critics are mistaking “indie” with “hipster” or “artsy”, when many of those so-call indie films are made with a normal buget and with all the best conditions possible. What I admire the most about Kevin Smith’s debut feature…