Some movies you anticipate as though you’re back at sixteen years of age, anticipating a life of collegiate debauchery. I mean, seriously. I mean, for real. I mean, holy fucking shit, “Spaaartaaans!” A lot of my contemporaries are weary of these kinds of films. They deconstruct the gleaming outcroppings of abdominal muscle on the sword-waving/spear-throwingContinue reading “Rock. My. Face. Off.”
About most of Children of Men. The film is not necessarily a paean to parenthood and women’s often twisted role in it (piny’s thoughts regarding the fate of children and mothers in our own world are very spot-on nonetheless, please read them), I don’t think. I saw infertility as a mere catalyst for the monstrositiesContinue reading “Piny and I will have to agree to disagree”
Gets her clothes cut with a real knife during every performance of “Prologue to King Lear” (for more information, please go here, although it doesn’t look as though they have the info on the new play up yet). If the knife slips… And I thought writing was crappy.
The young woman who plays the Virgin Mary in the upcoming “Nativity Story” is unmarried, dating a 19 year old guy, and, at 16, pregnant. The press reports that the Vatican does not want the actor to attend the film’s screening. I am not entirely sure if the reports are true, because she is actuallyContinue reading “Keisha Castle-Hughes”
“… War is anti-wrinkle cream.” – Victor Tsoi. Sounds strange, but then, you think about what he really means by that, and it makes perfect, horrifying sense.