CHLOE - 4.5 Pros: - Julianne Moore is a great actress. This isn’t close to her best work, but she’s still excellent. - Liam Neeson has alot of presence. - Amanda Seyfried’s big, slightly creepy eyes are put to good use here. And she’s also fairly convincing in the role - The locations they chose really were superb. - I kinda liked the music. - The basic...
. This is the first image from the upcoming film Black Swan. Rodarte created 40 costumes for the movie, including this one. I can’t wait to see the rest! The movie’s going to open December 1st in the US. It’s from Darren Aronofsky, the director of The Fountain, The Wrestler, and Requiem for a Dream and it’s got Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Winona Ryder, and Vincent...
the last one to die please turn out the light
. CHILDREN OF MEN - 10 An incredible movie. I love how the film presents us with a vision of the future that’s both a steep fall from where we’re currently at, but one that also feels very immediate. It seems pretty chic now (and also quite annoying) for movies that take place in a disastrous future to avoid telling us what happened so I like that in this one, the ...
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I just bought these about 5 minutes ago. I like them even better then the last Limited Edition The Who converse sneaks. Plus they’re only $55 and there’s free shipping. AAHHH! So excited to have these. Thank god I’m a fan of converse on facebook and was alerted of their existence quickly, otherwise they might have sold out. :o .
Waiter, there's a hair in my food!
Don’t you just hate it when you’re eating at a restaurant, having a nice time, and then you catch a glimpse of the kitchen. I mean no offense whatsoever to the people who slave away cooking delicious meals all day, but some of these people need to hop in the shower, get a haircut, and put some clothes on. TOO OFTEN, even at supposedly quality establishments have I seen cooks emerge...
Visually Overwhelming II
Because I just can’t get enough of this movie .
A Beautiful House
Sometimes in the movies, the house is a real scene-stealer. Some of my favorites are Rose Hill cottage in The Holiday, Versailles in Marie Antoinette (Ok, so that transcends the term “house” but I’m throwing it out there anyway), and that Martha’s Vineyard wonder from the excellent (go see it now!) The Ghost Writer. Another one is the incredible wood and glass house...
Some movies are so full of beautiful images, it’s almost hard to take. When you see a beautiful photograph or a painting, you look at it for a while. You take a step back, your eyes wander all over the image, taking everything in. So what happens when virtually every frame of a movie is a work of art? You can see it ten times and still be surprised at how gorgeous the whole thing is....