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I am abit of a movie snob! But I love anything to do with the film industry!
And I tend to get caught up in Oscar hype!
^ A mix of my movie loves: the Oscars and random movie quotes!
I am a huge TV fanatic! Here are my faves:
^ Grey's Anatomy before it got weird and stupid!
^ I can't resist 'The Simpsons'!
^ My top three favorite musicians: U2, Sheryl Crow and Coldplay.
Before 'Legally Blonde''s Elle Woods we had 'Clueless' which I stumbled upon by accident and began watching; drawn in by the 90's refrences I loved and remembered and the overall stupidity of the movie. Although I found it funny but today's standards it's old hat and quite outdated. But who cares people who are stars made starts here (Murphy and Rudd in partiqular) and old 90's favorites are abound. It's good hearted stupid fun and still supprises me that it was a modern redo of 'Emma'. I wonder if Jane Austen would be proud?
Little about this movie isn't brilliant; proof that action and commentary can exist in a realm that is ultra violent seems like an impossible feat but somehow Joon-ho Bong masters it. With such great cameos and unrecognizable turns, it is great to see two things: 1. Captain America on a bad day. Rather, Captain America in a morally ambiguous zone. 2. Tilda Swinton be batshit Oscar worthy crazy. Plus the visuals are surprisingly quite stunning.
A beautiful portrait of the man, that can easily be called, by the end, "Everyone is Dead". None-the-less, I didn't know much if any of Altman's story, and it was great to see it and hear it told, and told so well. Excellent doc. And my first film at the TIFF Bell Lightbox!