We Certainly Didn’t Need “Godzilla” (2014). But We Need a Thread About it. So Here’s My Two Cents Copied Over from LetterBoxd.

    Not even sure where to start on the stupidity and inanity of Godzilla 2014. I’m tempted to just make a bullet list but then I would be stooping to the same depths. Instead, I’ll stick to brevity – something this picture could’ve used much more of. Both Cranston and Binoche must’ve realized the shit storm they were...

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“Lost River” Teaser [Ryan Gosling Directorial Debut]

Not sure at all what to make of this. Lost River is the first film written and directed by my man crush (one of them anyway), Ryan Gosling. The cast is fairly stacked, leaning heavy on the women: Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Eva Mendes, Matt Smith, Iain De Caestecker and Ben Mendelsohn. Synopsis from the IMDb: A single mother is swept into a dark...

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Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here” [full trailer]

I can already hear the gagging and see the eye-rolling raging across the snobbery that is internet movie web sites. To the curse jar with all of you. I’m super excited to see Zach Braff’s follow-up to his 2004, indie hit Garden State. The teaser was released about a month ago, but now we’ve got a full fledged trailer that gives us a little...

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Mondays Suck Less in the Third Row

Mondays Suck Less in the Third Row

Check out these links: What dead rock stars would look like today Last known photographs of people (interesting; slightly disturbing) Disneyfied R-rated classics Godzilla (all of them) The picture of everything 80 awesome web sites you don’t know about Eight-legged goat (aka Octagoat) Alexandre Desplat – making the music of Godzilla    ...

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August Criterion Blu-Rays Announced

And boy am I excited; for we’re finally getting a quality transfer of Pedro Almodóvar’s Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down! Now if we could just get a Criterion of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. But I digress… Although not a lot of titles, there are five good ones here. I have quite fond memories of Y Tu Mamá También as it was one of the first...

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