It’s officially fall but I am officially in denial. It was a hot summer but I was determined to say it was still summer until October. This meant still spending time outside, not wearing a jacket and generally being stubborn. As always, three word reviews.
92 – Hit & Run – want better KBell
93 – Submarine – Moss directed/penned, charming (IT Crowd reference)
94 – Winnebago Man – no more bullshit!
95 – Spider – solid Cronenberg fare
96 – Underworld – gives good goth
97 – A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas – NPH’s best role
98 – The Campaign – still a fan
99 – Celeste and Jesse Forever – surprisingly underplayed, resonant
100 – Gilda – this is glamour (100 movies!)
101 – Lockout – super fun camp
Fantastic AIP 1968 trash! After seeing an old movie poster reproduction for this stuck on a fridge for years, I’d assumed it was in b/w, but no, AIP delivers in scorching hues of blue Arizona sky and endless dusty desert sand. And in stunning blondes! If you’re gonna surprise Read the rest of this entry »
I think this might qualify as the first web-only series that I’ve watched. Is this a watershed moment?
Is Burning Love worthy of such a momentous milestone?
So far, not really, but I’m not issuing any pronouncements yet. I do love to see so many familiar faces from Party Down, but I have a sense that they are slumming a bit. Ken Marino (who holds the triple crown in my book for appearing as in Angel, Read the rest of this entry »