dangermousie: (BSG: Kara/Anders by lyssie)
From ComingSoon:

Variety reports that Raoul Ruiz has marshaled a cast headed by John Malkovich, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Peter O'Toole, Damian Lewis, Saffron Burrows and Virginie Ledoyen for his period epic Love and Virtue, about the battles that raged within King Charlemagne's empire.

British actor Lewis toplines as a knight in King Charlemagne's court who falls for Ledoyen's character. Malkovich and Madsen play barbarian marauders. Stephen Dillane (The Hours) plays Charlemagne, the first ruler of a united Western Europe since the fall of the Roman Empire.

Love and Virtue is produced by Fountain of Life Productions from a script written by Mia Sperber and Stefano Pratesi. The script is based on epic poems "The Song of Roland" and "Orlando Innamorato."


Damian Lewis? As a medieval knight? In a story based on SoR???? And apparently Vincent Perez is also in it.

Can I say

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! It's apparently in pre-production.
dangermousie: (BSG: Kara/Anders by lyssie)
From ComingSoon:

Variety reports that Raoul Ruiz has marshaled a cast headed by John Malkovich, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Peter O'Toole, Damian Lewis, Saffron Burrows and Virginie Ledoyen for his period epic Love and Virtue, about the battles that raged within King Charlemagne's empire.

British actor Lewis toplines as a knight in King Charlemagne's court who falls for Ledoyen's character. Malkovich and Madsen play barbarian marauders. Stephen Dillane (The Hours) plays Charlemagne, the first ruler of a united Western Europe since the fall of the Roman Empire.

Love and Virtue is produced by Fountain of Life Productions from a script written by Mia Sperber and Stefano Pratesi. The script is based on epic poems "The Song of Roland" and "Orlando Innamorato."


Damian Lewis? As a medieval knight? In a story based on SoR???? And apparently Vincent Perez is also in it.

Can I say

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! It's apparently in pre-production.
dangermousie: (BSG: Kara/Anders by lyssie)
From ComingSoon:

Variety reports that Raoul Ruiz has marshaled a cast headed by John Malkovich, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Peter O'Toole, Damian Lewis, Saffron Burrows and Virginie Ledoyen for his period epic Love and Virtue, about the battles that raged within King Charlemagne's empire.

British actor Lewis toplines as a knight in King Charlemagne's court who falls for Ledoyen's character. Malkovich and Madsen play barbarian marauders. Stephen Dillane (The Hours) plays Charlemagne, the first ruler of a united Western Europe since the fall of the Roman Empire.

Love and Virtue is produced by Fountain of Life Productions from a script written by Mia Sperber and Stefano Pratesi. The script is based on epic poems "The Song of Roland" and "Orlando Innamorato."


Damian Lewis? As a medieval knight? In a story based on SoR???? And apparently Vincent Perez is also in it.

Can I say

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! It's apparently in pre-production.
dangermousie: (Paap)
(Couresy of [livejournal.com profile] wistfulmemory).

Eeee! Here is a trailer for 27 Dresses with Katherine Heigl and James Marsden. Marsden plays the romantic lead *gasp* and Katherine Heigl was on Roswell so I am there unless it gets absolutely dismal reviews.

dangermousie: (Paap)
(Couresy of [livejournal.com profile] wistfulmemory).

Eeee! Here is a trailer for 27 Dresses with Katherine Heigl and James Marsden. Marsden plays the romantic lead *gasp* and Katherine Heigl was on Roswell so I am there unless it gets absolutely dismal reviews.

dangermousie: (Paap)
(Couresy of [livejournal.com profile] wistfulmemory).

Eeee! Here is a trailer for 27 Dresses with Katherine Heigl and James Marsden. Marsden plays the romantic lead *gasp* and Katherine Heigl was on Roswell so I am there unless it gets absolutely dismal reviews.

dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Just got back from Enchanted which was totally adorable.

Enchanted is a Disney movie about a typical animated Disney princess (Amy Adams) who, one the day of her wedding to True Love Prince Edward (James Marsden) is sent into the real world by Edward's Wicked Stepmother (Susan Sarandon). She ends up in the mysterious...New York City and her paths cross that of a dishy, doesn't-believe-in-love-any-more single dad, divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey). Hilarity, havoc and true love follow.

It was AWESOME. No wonder it's 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

I still can't truly get used to the fact that Patrick Dempsey is sexy (I keep thinking of his 1980s movies where he played a total dweeb) but the fact is his rumpled professional character is darn near irresistable here. Amy Adams is awesome, awesome, awesome. Why have I never seen her in anything before? Oh, and James Marsden? THUD. He has clearly made a career of playing a 'prince charming' type who loses the girl's heart to the hero of the movie (The Notebook, Superman Returns, even X-Men movies a little, though I am a total Cyclops/Jean shipper) and this is yet another one of those roles, but he is so funny and so goofily adorable here, that if Giselle doesn't want him, I do. Mmmmmmm....

This is probably the first American movie in years where I bought the romantic comedy (a genre that has pretty much been dead here for years). But it worked. I laughed and I sighed with equal gusto. Oh, and the scene at the ball? Pure kdrama awesomeness, girls and boys.

Anyways, this is super-great. Go watch.
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Just got back from Enchanted which was totally adorable.

Enchanted is a Disney movie about a typical animated Disney princess (Amy Adams) who, one the day of her wedding to True Love Prince Edward (James Marsden) is sent into the real world by Edward's Wicked Stepmother (Susan Sarandon). She ends up in the mysterious...New York City and her paths cross that of a dishy, doesn't-believe-in-love-any-more single dad, divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey). Hilarity, havoc and true love follow.

It was AWESOME. No wonder it's 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

I still can't truly get used to the fact that Patrick Dempsey is sexy (I keep thinking of his 1980s movies where he played a total dweeb) but the fact is his rumpled professional character is darn near irresistable here. Amy Adams is awesome, awesome, awesome. Why have I never seen her in anything before? Oh, and James Marsden? THUD. He has clearly made a career of playing a 'prince charming' type who loses the girl's heart to the hero of the movie (The Notebook, Superman Returns, even X-Men movies a little, though I am a total Cyclops/Jean shipper) and this is yet another one of those roles, but he is so funny and so goofily adorable here, that if Giselle doesn't want him, I do. Mmmmmmm....

This is probably the first American movie in years where I bought the romantic comedy (a genre that has pretty much been dead here for years). But it worked. I laughed and I sighed with equal gusto. Oh, and the scene at the ball? Pure kdrama awesomeness, girls and boys.

Anyways, this is super-great. Go watch.
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Just got back from Enchanted which was totally adorable.

Enchanted is a Disney movie about a typical animated Disney princess (Amy Adams) who, one the day of her wedding to True Love Prince Edward (James Marsden) is sent into the real world by Edward's Wicked Stepmother (Susan Sarandon). She ends up in the mysterious...New York City and her paths cross that of a dishy, doesn't-believe-in-love-any-more single dad, divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey). Hilarity, havoc and true love follow.

It was AWESOME. No wonder it's 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

I still can't truly get used to the fact that Patrick Dempsey is sexy (I keep thinking of his 1980s movies where he played a total dweeb) but the fact is his rumpled professional character is darn near irresistable here. Amy Adams is awesome, awesome, awesome. Why have I never seen her in anything before? Oh, and James Marsden? THUD. He has clearly made a career of playing a 'prince charming' type who loses the girl's heart to the hero of the movie (The Notebook, Superman Returns, even X-Men movies a little, though I am a total Cyclops/Jean shipper) and this is yet another one of those roles, but he is so funny and so goofily adorable here, that if Giselle doesn't want him, I do. Mmmmmmm....

This is probably the first American movie in years where I bought the romantic comedy (a genre that has pretty much been dead here for years). But it worked. I laughed and I sighed with equal gusto. Oh, and the scene at the ball? Pure kdrama awesomeness, girls and boys.

Anyways, this is super-great. Go watch.
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by objection_icons)
Yes, I am that bizarre scifi junkie who has never seen Blade Runner.

Until tonight. They have rereleased the director's cut in the most awesome cinema in town, the one with the huge huge screen and red curtains and so myself and Mr. Mousie went.

Blade Runner, based on a Philip K. Dick story, is a 1982 Ridley Scott movie, (according to imdb) summarized thus: in Los Angeles, 2019, Rick Deckard is a Blade Runner, a cop who specialises in terminating replicants, artifical intelligence indistinguishable from humans. Originally in retirement, he is forced to re-enter the force when four replicants escape from an offworld colony to Earth. OK, to sum it up thus is to say that Lord of the Rings is a movie about a bunch of short guys with a jewelry fetish.

My God. MY GOD.

It's a feverish dark dream, both a scifi film noir and a meditation on what it means to be human and even (if you want to read it that way) an essay in atheism. It's also strikingly beautiful and visceral. This is the movie that reminded me why movies are made and what they can be: make you think and make you feel and change you. I was literally shivering when it was done and Mr. Mousie and I spent the last hour discussing it. I have also finally understood why people loved Harrison Ford. I mean, I liked him OK, but never got the fuss (except for Star Wars, but it's Star Wars, you know. It's a special case). But here, it was if I was suddenly woken up to his vulnerability and intensity, and desperate charm. I adored him. But the movie was stolen, for me, by Rutger Hauer and Darryl Hannah, replicants Roy and Pris.

Long ramble )

It's the best scifi movie I've ever seen. I am still shaking. And I must see it again.

MV for it:

dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by objection_icons)
Yes, I am that bizarre scifi junkie who has never seen Blade Runner.

Until tonight. They have rereleased the director's cut in the most awesome cinema in town, the one with the huge huge screen and red curtains and so myself and Mr. Mousie went.

Blade Runner, based on a Philip K. Dick story, is a 1982 Ridley Scott movie, (according to imdb) summarized thus: in Los Angeles, 2019, Rick Deckard is a Blade Runner, a cop who specialises in terminating replicants, artifical intelligence indistinguishable from humans. Originally in retirement, he is forced to re-enter the force when four replicants escape from an offworld colony to Earth. OK, to sum it up thus is to say that Lord of the Rings is a movie about a bunch of short guys with a jewelry fetish.

My God. MY GOD.

It's a feverish dark dream, both a scifi film noir and a meditation on what it means to be human and even (if you want to read it that way) an essay in atheism. It's also strikingly beautiful and visceral. This is the movie that reminded me why movies are made and what they can be: make you think and make you feel and change you. I was literally shivering when it was done and Mr. Mousie and I spent the last hour discussing it. I have also finally understood why people loved Harrison Ford. I mean, I liked him OK, but never got the fuss (except for Star Wars, but it's Star Wars, you know. It's a special case). But here, it was if I was suddenly woken up to his vulnerability and intensity, and desperate charm. I adored him. But the movie was stolen, for me, by Rutger Hauer and Darryl Hannah, replicants Roy and Pris.

Long ramble )

It's the best scifi movie I've ever seen. I am still shaking. And I must see it again.

MV for it:

dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by objection_icons)
Yes, I am that bizarre scifi junkie who has never seen Blade Runner.

Until tonight. They have rereleased the director's cut in the most awesome cinema in town, the one with the huge huge screen and red curtains and so myself and Mr. Mousie went.

Blade Runner, based on a Philip K. Dick story, is a 1982 Ridley Scott movie, (according to imdb) summarized thus: in Los Angeles, 2019, Rick Deckard is a Blade Runner, a cop who specialises in terminating replicants, artifical intelligence indistinguishable from humans. Originally in retirement, he is forced to re-enter the force when four replicants escape from an offworld colony to Earth. OK, to sum it up thus is to say that Lord of the Rings is a movie about a bunch of short guys with a jewelry fetish.

My God. MY GOD.

It's a feverish dark dream, both a scifi film noir and a meditation on what it means to be human and even (if you want to read it that way) an essay in atheism. It's also strikingly beautiful and visceral. This is the movie that reminded me why movies are made and what they can be: make you think and make you feel and change you. I was literally shivering when it was done and Mr. Mousie and I spent the last hour discussing it. I have also finally understood why people loved Harrison Ford. I mean, I liked him OK, but never got the fuss (except for Star Wars, but it's Star Wars, you know. It's a special case). But here, it was if I was suddenly woken up to his vulnerability and intensity, and desperate charm. I adored him. But the movie was stolen, for me, by Rutger Hauer and Darryl Hannah, replicants Roy and Pris.

Long ramble )

It's the best scifi movie I've ever seen. I am still shaking. And I must see it again.

MV for it:

dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Tonight Mr. Mousie and I watched a movie that was totally fun and highly recommended: We Own the Night, a cop/family drama set in the 1980s New York, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Duvall.

The plot is rather kdrama: Joaquin Phoenix is Bobby, the prodigal son of an upstanding New York cop family. Brother, Joe (Wahlberg) is a decorated policeman, and so is Dad (Duvall). But Bobby is content to be a club manager, and to spend time with his beautiful and awesome girlfriend Amara (Eva Mendes) and stay far far away from New York's finest. Until family loyalties draw him in to confront the mob and it goes nowhere good from there.

The movie is not perfect. It's rather old-fashioned, which might not be your thing. And the first half is better than the first. But it's interesting, character-driven, with those awesome 1980s touches, and Joaquin Phoenix is, as always, marvelous as a man whose life begins to fall apart. He angsts so well.

And I loved the characters (which felt real, somehow), and the sheer sense of fun Bobby and Amara had in the beginning, and the angstiness and revenge of the second half.

The thing I liked the most though is that, oddly (because this is in a lot of ways a male-bonding movie), WOtN features one of the healthiest, strongest steady romantic relationships I've seen in a movie for a while. I mean, Bobby/Amara just work. From the giddy fun to the angst and fighting, and the sex (the way the movie opens? Hoooo, boy) is just is really really really functional and interesting and AWESOME.

So yeah, go see for the angst, and 1980s fashion, and car chases and gun fights, and family loyalties, and sneaky mobsters. And if that doesn't work for you, go see it for Joaquin Phoenix kissing Eva Mendes' feet. Or elsewhere.

'I'll be in my bunk.'

Here is a trailer:



This is totally not related, but this made me remember Quills, so this is a Quills kissing scene:

Behind cut )
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Tonight Mr. Mousie and I watched a movie that was totally fun and highly recommended: We Own the Night, a cop/family drama set in the 1980s New York, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Duvall.

The plot is rather kdrama: Joaquin Phoenix is Bobby, the prodigal son of an upstanding New York cop family. Brother, Joe (Wahlberg) is a decorated policeman, and so is Dad (Duvall). But Bobby is content to be a club manager, and to spend time with his beautiful and awesome girlfriend Amara (Eva Mendes) and stay far far away from New York's finest. Until family loyalties draw him in to confront the mob and it goes nowhere good from there.

The movie is not perfect. It's rather old-fashioned, which might not be your thing. And the first half is better than the first. But it's interesting, character-driven, with those awesome 1980s touches, and Joaquin Phoenix is, as always, marvelous as a man whose life begins to fall apart. He angsts so well.

And I loved the characters (which felt real, somehow), and the sheer sense of fun Bobby and Amara had in the beginning, and the angstiness and revenge of the second half.

The thing I liked the most though is that, oddly (because this is in a lot of ways a male-bonding movie), WOtN features one of the healthiest, strongest steady romantic relationships I've seen in a movie for a while. I mean, Bobby/Amara just work. From the giddy fun to the angst and fighting, and the sex (the way the movie opens? Hoooo, boy) is just is really really really functional and interesting and AWESOME.

So yeah, go see for the angst, and 1980s fashion, and car chases and gun fights, and family loyalties, and sneaky mobsters. And if that doesn't work for you, go see it for Joaquin Phoenix kissing Eva Mendes' feet. Or elsewhere.

'I'll be in my bunk.'

Here is a trailer:



This is totally not related, but this made me remember Quills, so this is a Quills kissing scene:

Behind cut )
dangermousie: (BSG: Helo/Athena by lyssie)
Tonight Mr. Mousie and I watched a movie that was totally fun and highly recommended: We Own the Night, a cop/family drama set in the 1980s New York, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Duvall.

The plot is rather kdrama: Joaquin Phoenix is Bobby, the prodigal son of an upstanding New York cop family. Brother, Joe (Wahlberg) is a decorated policeman, and so is Dad (Duvall). But Bobby is content to be a club manager, and to spend time with his beautiful and awesome girlfriend Amara (Eva Mendes) and stay far far away from New York's finest. Until family loyalties draw him in to confront the mob and it goes nowhere good from there.

The movie is not perfect. It's rather old-fashioned, which might not be your thing. And the first half is better than the first. But it's interesting, character-driven, with those awesome 1980s touches, and Joaquin Phoenix is, as always, marvelous as a man whose life begins to fall apart. He angsts so well.

And I loved the characters (which felt real, somehow), and the sheer sense of fun Bobby and Amara had in the beginning, and the angstiness and revenge of the second half.

The thing I liked the most though is that, oddly (because this is in a lot of ways a male-bonding movie), WOtN features one of the healthiest, strongest steady romantic relationships I've seen in a movie for a while. I mean, Bobby/Amara just work. From the giddy fun to the angst and fighting, and the sex (the way the movie opens? Hoooo, boy) is just is really really really functional and interesting and AWESOME.

So yeah, go see for the angst, and 1980s fashion, and car chases and gun fights, and family loyalties, and sneaky mobsters. And if that doesn't work for you, go see it for Joaquin Phoenix kissing Eva Mendes' feet. Or elsewhere.

'I'll be in my bunk.'

Here is a trailer:



This is totally not related, but this made me remember Quills, so this is a Quills kissing scene:

Behind cut )
dangermousie: (Bond by svilleficrecs)
So yes.



Yesterday, Mr. Mousie and I went to watch The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. You'd think that going to see an almost three hour movie that starts after 10pm is a bad idea but tired as I was, I remained bolt awake throughout, and in fact, was just left sitting stunned after he movie ended. It's not often that I have that weird feeling, once the movie ends, that is an equivalent of almost being startled, waking up to the world you forgot, but Assassination gave me that feeling.

The movie deals with the last year in the life of Jesse James, a notorious 19th century outlaw. Jesse is 34 and his old gang is gone: dead or in prison, and his glory days are behind him as he is increasingly erratic, paranoid, and suicidal. He alternates between his Jesse James existence and his life as Thomas Howard, a respectable businessman with wife and kids (apparently a true fact, though totally mindboggling. His wife knows who he is, but the kids don't). But this movie is also as much, or more, about Robert Ford, the unease-causing, desperately worshipping young gang member wannabe, whose desperation to be Jesse James and desperation to be anybody leads him to the murder of Jesse.

First off, it's a gorgeously filmed movie: leached colors (significantly, we start in the summer, and continue through fall and winter. These characters never see spring again), distortions through reflected surfaces: window panes, picture frames, ice. A fish-lens effect, occasionally, as if looking through an old camera. When I remember the movie, I remember a series of still images: Jesse's daughter's shoe, lying forgotten in the mud, cans of peaches in the store where Bob Ford works, Jesse's still figure on the ice, shooting at his own reflection. It's one of the most beautiful movies I've seen, even if it deals with rather ugly people.

This movie has its own pace and it's a remarkably quiet movie: there are no adrenaline rush gun battles here, not really. This is both a strength and weakness: unless you get into the characters' heads, this is probably boring. But I did and it was beyond grabbing because above all, this is a character study of incredibly fascinating people. None of them are good people, but they are incredibly complicated. I have to give the movie huge points for not making it simple. For not making Jesse a messed up but good outlaw and Bob a snivelling weak groupie. Or alternatively for not making Bob rather good and Jesse someone who deserved to be wiped out.

This is long so behind cut )
dangermousie: (Bond by svilleficrecs)
So yes.



Yesterday, Mr. Mousie and I went to watch The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. You'd think that going to see an almost three hour movie that starts after 10pm is a bad idea but tired as I was, I remained bolt awake throughout, and in fact, was just left sitting stunned after he movie ended. It's not often that I have that weird feeling, once the movie ends, that is an equivalent of almost being startled, waking up to the world you forgot, but Assassination gave me that feeling.

The movie deals with the last year in the life of Jesse James, a notorious 19th century outlaw. Jesse is 34 and his old gang is gone: dead or in prison, and his glory days are behind him as he is increasingly erratic, paranoid, and suicidal. He alternates between his Jesse James existence and his life as Thomas Howard, a respectable businessman with wife and kids (apparently a true fact, though totally mindboggling. His wife knows who he is, but the kids don't). But this movie is also as much, or more, about Robert Ford, the unease-causing, desperately worshipping young gang member wannabe, whose desperation to be Jesse James and desperation to be anybody leads him to the murder of Jesse.

First off, it's a gorgeously filmed movie: leached colors (significantly, we start in the summer, and continue through fall and winter. These characters never see spring again), distortions through reflected surfaces: window panes, picture frames, ice. A fish-lens effect, occasionally, as if looking through an old camera. When I remember the movie, I remember a series of still images: Jesse's daughter's shoe, lying forgotten in the mud, cans of peaches in the store where Bob Ford works, Jesse's still figure on the ice, shooting at his own reflection. It's one of the most beautiful movies I've seen, even if it deals with rather ugly people.

This movie has its own pace and it's a remarkably quiet movie: there are no adrenaline rush gun battles here, not really. This is both a strength and weakness: unless you get into the characters' heads, this is probably boring. But I did and it was beyond grabbing because above all, this is a character study of incredibly fascinating people. None of them are good people, but they are incredibly complicated. I have to give the movie huge points for not making it simple. For not making Jesse a messed up but good outlaw and Bob a snivelling weak groupie. Or alternatively for not making Bob rather good and Jesse someone who deserved to be wiped out.

This is long so behind cut )
dangermousie: (Bond by svilleficrecs)
So yes.



Yesterday, Mr. Mousie and I went to watch The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. You'd think that going to see an almost three hour movie that starts after 10pm is a bad idea but tired as I was, I remained bolt awake throughout, and in fact, was just left sitting stunned after he movie ended. It's not often that I have that weird feeling, once the movie ends, that is an equivalent of almost being startled, waking up to the world you forgot, but Assassination gave me that feeling.

The movie deals with the last year in the life of Jesse James, a notorious 19th century outlaw. Jesse is 34 and his old gang is gone: dead or in prison, and his glory days are behind him as he is increasingly erratic, paranoid, and suicidal. He alternates between his Jesse James existence and his life as Thomas Howard, a respectable businessman with wife and kids (apparently a true fact, though totally mindboggling. His wife knows who he is, but the kids don't). But this movie is also as much, or more, about Robert Ford, the unease-causing, desperately worshipping young gang member wannabe, whose desperation to be Jesse James and desperation to be anybody leads him to the murder of Jesse.

First off, it's a gorgeously filmed movie: leached colors (significantly, we start in the summer, and continue through fall and winter. These characters never see spring again), distortions through reflected surfaces: window panes, picture frames, ice. A fish-lens effect, occasionally, as if looking through an old camera. When I remember the movie, I remember a series of still images: Jesse's daughter's shoe, lying forgotten in the mud, cans of peaches in the store where Bob Ford works, Jesse's still figure on the ice, shooting at his own reflection. It's one of the most beautiful movies I've seen, even if it deals with rather ugly people.

This movie has its own pace and it's a remarkably quiet movie: there are no adrenaline rush gun battles here, not really. This is both a strength and weakness: unless you get into the characters' heads, this is probably boring. But I did and it was beyond grabbing because above all, this is a character study of incredibly fascinating people. None of them are good people, but they are incredibly complicated. I have to give the movie huge points for not making it simple. For not making Jesse a messed up but good outlaw and Bob a snivelling weak groupie. Or alternatively for not making Bob rather good and Jesse someone who deserved to be wiped out.

This is long so behind cut )
dangermousie: (Default)
Just got back from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and wow...

wow...

wow...

We just sat in the theater after it was over and talked about it the whole walk back.

Long meta to follow, but for now I am sort of incoherent and also it's 2am. I think it's my favorite movie in the last three years or so.

Seriously. I've never seen anything quite like it.

P.S. Whoever came up with the trailer/concept/movie for 'P.S. I love you?' UGH. This was the sappiest, silliest, most cringe-inducing, scarrine-full thing ever, and it was only a three minute trailer. I can only imagine *shudder* what the movie would be like.
dangermousie: (Default)
Just got back from The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and wow...

wow...

wow...

We just sat in the theater after it was over and talked about it the whole walk back.

Long meta to follow, but for now I am sort of incoherent and also it's 2am. I think it's my favorite movie in the last three years or so.

Seriously. I've never seen anything quite like it.

P.S. Whoever came up with the trailer/concept/movie for 'P.S. I love you?' UGH. This was the sappiest, silliest, most cringe-inducing, scarrine-full thing ever, and it was only a three minute trailer. I can only imagine *shudder* what the movie would be like.

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