Movie of the day: Nocturnal Animals(2016)
Director: Tom Ford
DOP: Seamus McGarvey
Visually, Nocturnal animals is one of the most memorable films you will come across, the shots are striking and play a huge part in strengthening this crime/tragic drama.
A cast comprising of Amy Adams, Micheal Shannon and Jake Gyllenhaal, this film boasts some extraordinary acting performances, specially by Adams.
From a plot perspective, while certainly interesting, it will make you uncomfortable at places, because this is really bleak film, with a rather ambiguous ending. However, there is something to be said about the film draws you into its world, right from the opening shot and doesn't let you move, right until the end.
If you enjoy revenge drama's or are Gyllenhaal fan, you might be in for a treat!
So, the awesome @skynethomevideo
contacted me over my ‘Saw is Family’ Leatherface painting and asked if he could turn it into VHS boxart. It looks amazing – and I implore you go follow his page, because it’s beyond incredible. It’s so trippy to see my painting look so awesome.
I’m super excited because this marks our second collaboration. Photo Credit / @skynethomevideo @skynetvideo
Movie of the day: A Star is Born(2018). Director: Bradley Cooper
DOP: Matthew Libatique
This is the fourth Hollywood remake of the script which was written back in 1937. A Star is Born, is a story of passion, ambition, an underdog's rise to fame and this particular version provides a particularly impactful and accurate depiction of the struggles of addiction.
This love story is aided by some beautiful music, and really strong acting performances, from Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga and Sam Elliot, and it will surely make your heart ache.
A must watch!
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A Boy and His Dog (1975)
Vic (Don Johnson) is a libidinous 18-year-old traversing the post-apocalyptic desert of 2024, in the company of his telepathic dog, Blood. When the pair encounter an underground community, the leader's daughter, Quilla Holmes (Susanne Benton), seduces Vic into their fold, separating him from Blood, who's left to survive on his own. But once Vic discovers he's been lured there solely for mechanised procreation, he realizes he's doomed unless he can escape and rejoin Blood. 7pm shorts & trailers, 8pm Movie
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“Don’t be fatuous, Jeffrey.” | The Big Lebowski (1998)▪️
A number of years ago I was interviewed for a documentary about I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE and I'm very happy to see the film has been completed and is available for preorder at @diabolikdvd
and Amazon. I honestly didn't know if my Skype interview would be used at all but I'm listed in the credits at IMDB and my voice is briefly heard in the trailer so I guess I'm there sonewhere. Even if I just appear for a few seconds I'm honored to be in the film alongside the amazing @keatoncamille
and the influential director Meir Zarchi. This is a real passion project for the creator Terry Zarchi, the son of the director and it's been years in the making. I'm excited to see it! #meirzarchi #terryzarchi #ispitonyourgrave #cultfilms #cultfilm #cultcinema #growingupwithispitonyourgrave #documentary
Jerry Schatzberg turned down the script when he was offered it by the production company. He was then re-approached when Al Pacino took an interest in the project. He agreed then to direct on the condition that Pacino could star, however ironically it then became difficult to find a studio that would back the project with a newcomer like Pacino.
Movie: The Panic In Needle Park
When did you watch this movie for the first time?
The Shape of Water (2017)
Director: Guillermo Del Toro(@realgdt
). DOP: Dan Laustsen
Movie of the day: @thepostmovie
Director: Steven Spielberg
Screenplay: Josh Singer and Liz Hannah
In a film replete with impactful dialogues, this particular quote stand out. A film which focuses on the conflict between the power's of the government and that of free press, this particular quote is particularly reflective and powerful.
the gal who rants
Movie of the day: First Man (2018). Director: Damien Chazelle
DOP: Linus Sandgren
A biographical drama with some of the best visual effects and sound design I have seen in pretty long time, First Man is a technical marvel, which is further enhanced by strong acting performances from Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy. .
Overall, this is a good film, just a bit too slow for my taste. But if you are a sci-fi fan or like me, a Damien Chazelle fan, I would totally recommend watching it.
the gal who rants.
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