A Matter of Life and Death is Michael Powell’s favorite film that he made with his directing, producing, and writing partner, Emeric Pressburger. It’s always strange to me how the favorite films of the artists are not usually the same as the critical or audience’s favorites. While most remember The Red Shoes, and Pressburger’s (incidentally mine too so far) favorite was The Life and Death of…
It must be somewhat of a tradition with me, after best picture month, to go back to Scorsese films. I would like to blame the Academy for not awarding his films more. Anyway, what we have here is Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, one of the members of what I like to call the “weird half” of Scorsese’s filmography. What sets this film apart is that it is Scorsese’s only film to have a female as…
The flight attendant just announced “If you don’t like any of my jokes, there are six exits” and told us where the emergency exits are it was actually the best
"for those of you who are traveling with children… WHY"
"if you’re changing to a flight with a different airline, we don’t care."
he said “okay now get out” once we landed i’m pissing myself
That’s it. I’ve got it. It started off as the sink fandom, but it evolved until finally, not the shower fandom, not the stuff fandom,
but the decor fandom
Ladies and gentlemen, the decor fandom.
decor fandom for lyfe
I have never, in my entire career of blogging, had to pause in the middle of a film because it got to be too much for me. That assertion was true until yesterday, when I watched Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List. It is a movie set against one of the darkest times in history, and doesn’t shy away from showing the horror associated with the Holocaust. The story is able to rise above the horror…
- Wear shirt two times: Dirty
- Wear hoodie every day for three months: Still clean.