c1rclethesun said: Okay how do you have such good taste in movies
basically browse the sundance lists :P
Kristen Stewart, Mr. Witwicky. Indie film. A middle aged couple with a troubled marriage meets a grimy stripper and they buy her underwear. Everybody benefits and she ends up looking like she learned how to use soap.
Natalie Portman, Jude Law, Julia Roberts.
"…everyone loves a big fat lie."
"He tastes like you but sweeter."
"Lying is the most fun a girl can have without taking her clothes off… but its better if you do."
“Have you ever seen a human heart? It looks like a fist wrapped in blood.”
Very interesting. Like a clay-mation case study in psychology. This movie touches on aspects of life such as childhood neglect, alcoholism, loneliness, autism, self-image, eating disorders, agoraphobia, suicide, and death, through the story of two pen pals of different ages from New York and Australia.
Good guy / bad boy Ryan Gosling all tatted up mmm. A movie about broken families and justice, family drama and cop drama. Teenage struggles, daddy issues. Eva Mendes, Bradley Cooper. A good one.
An independent film that’s been called a “minimalist character study”, of an engaged couple backpacking through Georgia with a guide. The preview deceived me. I was expecting a suspenseful movie where events transpire! It was actually pretty boring. Some shots were just much too long by like 30 seconds, I found myself saying “okay, I get it! its artsy!”. Most of it is near-silent, with them walking walking walking through mountains. There’s not too much characterizations, and I suppose that is to leave the viewers to their own thoughts. Dull. Not worth watching.
Honestly didn’t care for it too much. I probably would have really appreciated it when I was 15-19 years old. About two friends who recently graduated high school and chose not to go to college. It’s quirky. Based on a comic book. Stars Thora Birch, Scarlett Johansson, Steve Buscemi, and bonus: the guy who played Tobias Fünke in Arrested Development. You might like it if you like teenaged outcasts, or are in a what-do-I-do-with-myself-now phase.