This isn't a movie. It's one hell of a good commercial for Australian tourism. That explains why every famous Australian I can name off the top of my head shows up in this one "trailer." Still, it's hilarious.
Rosemary's Baby was one of the first horror movies that really got to me, disturbed me to my core. I love that about the movie. I hate that Polanski is a pedo. It's hard to rationalize watching the guy's movies since I'm staunchly anti-pedophile. But then, Blue Jasmin is one my favorite movies and we all know what Dylan Farrow said Woody Allen did to her. I feel like I don't watch these movies more often because I don't want to give these men any more of my money. If, however, someone were to put the movie on for me and I wasn't paying to watch, I'd watch. Come, look on as my morals dissolve like cotton candy in water.
Can everyone please stop sexually assaulting everyone else? How did we get here? Wait, forgot about toxic masculinity and rape culture and the fact that it's cool to roll your eyes and pretend none of it matters. PC culture, my ass.
Why are men allowed to age and women aren't? Toby Maguire was essentially the same age as Banks at the time and he was cast as high school student Peter Parker / Spider-Man. However, y'all thought a 28-year-old Banks too haggard to star opposite Maguire as Mary Jane. Get over yourselves.
Women age just like men. Sometimes we even age phenomenally like George Clooney (e. g. Kate Winslet, Angela Bassett, Elizabeth Banks). Other times, time isn't as kind and we follow more of an Al Pacino path. Don't get me wrong. I love Pacino. He will always be my Michael Corleone, but time has tap danced hard across his face. What's more, it will eventually do the same to all of us. So why insist on this bullshit? I guess I lied. Turns out I had two questions.
Kind Aging Regards,
We've all done it, probably even repeatedly. It's just so convenient. It's all about the binge model. I thought that was obvious by now. Looks like someone doesn't want to accept that in the 21st century, everything has the potential to live forever. You can thank the internet for that.
I didn't put up much resistance when my husband suggested we watch Kung Fury because I'd heard good things. I'm glad I didn't hesitate because it was excellent, even if I wasn't entirely sure what I was watching. It was fun, full on ridiculous and I'm excited to see where this story will go.
He's one of the guys who came up with and co-wrote the original Ghostbusters and he's given his blessing. Now can we move on with our internet outrage and pick a new target? I sincerely hope this movie is good enough to shut the internet haters up. All that negativity is starting to chafe.
This is exciting for me since I have a soft spot for horror flicks. The original Halloween remains one of the best horror movies of all time. In fact, the four-minute single take shot at the start of this film is still one of the creepiest and exciting things I've seen. Welcome back Mr. Carpenter, your innovation and creativity has been missed!
When all is said and done, 'Wolverine III' be an R-rated movie. This is intended to be a dark, gritty and violent look into Wolverine's future. Man, when summer rolls around super-hero movies are all anyone can talk about for a while. I say that knowing full well that I'll probably go see Captain America: Civil War tomorrow. Ugh, superhero movies. Why can't I quit you?