Hey! Could you message me your number? My iPhone is being stupid and won't let me send messages. Unless it did send my messages? In which case you might have over a dozen messages from me. Okay thank you!
I feel the money will be well spent since it's Spill Dot Con! This will be my first year, so I'm really hoping to meet new people. If you do end up deciding to go, you should let me know so we could maybe meet!
Hey! I'm going to Spill Dot Con 2013 this year and I was wondering if you wanted to meet up? I'm a big fan of your page and I feel like we'd get along! Sorry for my awkwardness and please don't think I'm a creep!
It's a long drive from Cali. I suggest you go with other people so you can take shifts. I did it towing a car with all of my life possessions in a dually truck...and it took about 27 hours. Of course my dad was crazy and refused to stop for sleep. We took the 10 until we hit Texas..then it's like 4 hours of real travel to get there. Once you hit Texas on the 10 there are a few hours of vast emptiness that is dangerous...so beware you can easily fall asleep on that boring road with no real rest stop for a looooong time.
Why thanks for asking, i agree with most of your picks and I was interested to see that Rashomon is your favorite Kurosawa, that's cool man. I loved that movie to. Once more, good picks and glad you like Allen's Annie Hall as well.
The Coen Brothers- No Country For Old Men. Quentin Tarantino- Pulp Fiction. Julien Schnabel- The Diving Bell And The Butterfly. Alfonso Cuaron- Y Tu Mama Tambien. Stanley Kubrick- 2001: A Space Odyssey. Gaspar Noe- Irreversible. Terrence Malick- Days Of Heaven. Woody Allen- Crimes and Misdemeanors. Haiyo Miyazaki- Spirited Away. Ingmar Bergman- Scenes From A Marriage. Bob Fosse- All That Jazz. Federico Fellini- La Dolce Vita. Akira Kurosawa- Ran. Steven Spielberg- Schindler's List. Martin Scorsese- Raging Bull. Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu- Babel. Lumet- Network. Christopher Nolan- Inception (I loved Memento as well). Those are just some man, cool of you to ask and I like your picks as well.
Kubrick, Fellini, Bergman, Kurosawa, Scorsese, and Allen are my main favorites.
Speilberg, Nolan, and Lumet have made some excellent film's as well.
What is your favorite film of each director you have in your favorites?