Searching for Sugarman is a great documentary. It tells the story of a musician who had 2 great albums in the 70’s and then disappeared. While rumors of his on-stage suicide persist, his songs become an anthem of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa and are still popular today.
Search this movie out.
I wish I still felt this way about Star Wars.
I can’t even remember this moment.
Kevin Smith at the Q&A
Kevin & I
Went to see Red State at the New Beverly Cinema and Q&A tonight! Great flick. A total departure for Smith.
3 days until Red State at Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema!
If you think that a 2-hour movie is going to topple your 2000-year-old religion, then that religion has problems.
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I went out to L.A. the other night to meet up with my long-time friend, Brian. After dinner we decided to catch a movie. We decided on Last Days, written and directed by the afore mentioned Gus Van Sant. The movie is inspired by, if not loosely based on the suicide of Nirvana front man, Kurt Cobain.
I am not big on reviews, so I won’t write one, but damn that sucked!
Two Three things:
1) 2 minutes of the camera watching a Boys II Men video, full screen. No dialogue in the background.
2) 2 minutes of the camera watching a bush.
3) Repeating scenes. (And not in a Tarantino Kind of way to show different perspectives. Just showing a scene again)
There was plenty more to dislike.
Now to be fair, I had been up since 5:30 and had to get up the next morning at 5:30. Maybe there was something that I was missing