Edna Million in a drop dead suit
Dutch Pink on a downtown train
Two-dollar pistol but the gun won't shoot
I'm in the corner on the pouring rain
Sixteen men on a dead man's chest
And I've been drinking from a broken cup
Two pairs of pants and a mohair vest
I'm full of bourbon, I can't stand up
Hey little bird, fly away home
Your house is on fire, children are alone
Hey little bird, fly away home
Your house is on fire, your children are alone
All Time Favorite Movies:
Persepolis, American Psycho, Forbidden Zone, Pan's Labyrinth, Batman Alien, Aliens, Hellboy 2, The Incredibles, Wall-E, Mean Girls, Children of Men, Everything Is Illuminated, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Evil Dead 2, [REC], Wristcutters: a Love Story, Down By Law, Secret of Nihm, Castle of Cagliosto, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Desperado, Gandhi, Kevin Smith (primarily the Jersey Trilogy), North By Northwest, On the Waterfront, Shop Around the Corner, Pirates Trilogy, Raiders of the Lost Arc, Alladin, Jungle Book, Beetlejuice, Kung-fu Movies, I'm Not There, Across the Universe, original Star Wars Trilogy, Stranger Than Fiction, Brazil, Baron Munchausen, Tim Bandits, Hacking Democracy, Freedom Fries and other Stupidity we'll have to explain to our grandchildren, Modern Times, M, The Good The Bad The Weird, Moon, Terminator 2, Blade Runner, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Maxed Out.
All Time Worst Movies:
Star Wars Prequels, Cocktails, most Patrick Swayze movies, Ghost Dad, Hamlet 2, all Adam Sandler movies, all Rob Schneider movies, Step Right Up, Omen remake, Save The Last Dance, Forrest Gump, Titanic, Kazaam, Garbage Pale Kids, Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks movies (every single one), Signs, Sequels of movies that don't need sequels, pretty much every movie my mom loves, the list goes on.
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Peter Lorre, Marlon Brando, James Stewart, Johnny Depp, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamil, Sam Rockwell, Gary Oldman, Ed Norton, Brad Pitt, Selma Hayek, Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Bogart
Kevin Smith, Tim Burton, Guillermo Del Toro, Peter Jackson (Pre-LOTR), Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, Terry Gilliam, Spike Lee, Martin Scorsese, Henry Selick, Hayao Miyazaki, Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin, Julie Taymor
I'm posting this right now so when it inevitably happens I can say "I told you so." I just watched the Wondercon video for the Green Lantern movie. First up, the video
Now, even with the problems I have (I'll excuse Ryan Reynolds but really? THAT'S how you made the lantern battery look?) it looks like a lot of fun, that is until I saw two things that look like… Continue
It's been a while since I've done one of these. That doesn't mean I haven't watched any good movies lately, I just haven't felt like writing about them. This movie on the other hand I've received requests to review it (okay, so just one) so here we go; this is The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.
So before I start I'm going to just get some things straight. I know very little about film, my reviews are based on what I see and what I like and nothing else. My rating system is based off of what I perceive; as a disclaimer *and anyone who has known me long or well enough will agree to this* take whatever I say with a whole bloody shaker of salt. Now that that's done, ZOMBIELAND!
Okay so I'm going to start with the first 10 minutes of the movie and my experiences and go from… Continue