Showing 7 posts tagged r
Showing 7 posts tagged r
Exit Through the Gift Shop
(2010) Rated R - 1hr 26m
Filmmaker Thierry Guetta’s project to chronicle the underground world of street art takes a fascinating twist when he meets elusive stencil artist Banksy, who turns the project around to film Guetta while he reinvents himself as a street artist.
8.1/10 - IMDB
Lost in La Mancha
(2002) Rated R - 1hr 29m
Filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe chronicle the making of a movie that was never actually completed in this documentary about Terry Gilliam’s repeated (and repeatedly failed) attempts to bring the story of Don Quixote to the big screen. In the end, it seems Gilliam’s passionate project — which starred Johnny Depp, Vanessa Paradis and Jean Rochefort — metamorphosed into the impossible dream.
7.4/10 - IMDB
(2006) Rated R - 1hr 57m
In a 1920s Los Angeles infirmary, paralyzed stunt man Roy forms a troubled bond with an imaginative young patient. To coax the girl into procuring morphine from the hospital pharmacy, the suicidal Roy regales her with an elaborate fantasy tale.
7.9/10 - IMDB
(2011) Rated R - 1hr 50m
In Ancient Greece, King Hyperion searches for a powerful weapon that will free the bloodthirsty Titans and enable them to overpower the gods and enslave mankind. Unable to interfere directly, the gods choose a champion to defend them: Theseus.
6.1/10 - IMDB
Note from Ron: I am a huge Tarsem fan and never got around to watching this. So happy to see it pop up on Netflix!
The Rules of Attraction
(2002) Rated R - 110 minutes
Set at an affluent liberal arts college, this comedy offers a sardonic look at an emerging sexual triangle between co-eds Sean, a part-time drug dealer; Paul (Ian Somerhalder), who’s bisexual and has a crush on Sean (James Van Der Beek); and Lauren (Shannyn Sossamon), Paul’s ex-girlfriend. Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis.
6.7/10 - IMDB
Dear Facebook: I did not allow you access to my gmail contacts nor my email history. You say you don’t do this but here is the proof. Why would you ask me to add someone that I have zero friends in common with, and have only talked to via Gmail? You are not allowed to do this. I’m fine with your world conquest, just don’t let it involve my personal emails to make it happen.
Imagine if a cable TV company told you “Hey, you might like this TV channel because we see you and your friend talked about it in a phone call last week.”
PS. Vez and Oz: I am adding you because you are fucking rad. NOT, because Facebook tells me I should.