Earlier today, Warner Bros unveiled over 50 images from Steven Soderbergh’s latest, Magic Mike.
Here are the three that you all really want to see: Steven Soderbergh directing!
Magic Mike opens in theaters on June 29th.
I DEMAND MORE STEVEN SODERBERGH SHIRTLESSNESS
message me your raw, honest opinion of me, on anonymous, so I know you’re sincere sorry that sounds like an order, but please do, im really interested
i wrote this one myself, guys
here’s a protip: if you’re not good at something, just do it A LOT and people will mistake your voluminous output with talent and ambition. you can do it!
I had to Google that. That’s how bad of a “cinema expert” I am. SEE, SEE YOU FOOLS! IT’S ALL A LIE!
i have been told i taste pretty good
can i have yo numbah
well i guess that’s what the internet is for, anon!
i understand. i am frequently compelled to utilize disguises in my espionage work.
FIRST ANNUAL LOOK EAST FILM FESTIVAL JUNE 23-24, HOLLYWOOD, CA
An appreciation of all things Korean has swept into popular culture – from taekwondo to kalbi to K-pop – extending to a proliferation of film and television talent who trace their lineage to the Asian peninsula. This summer, Hollywood will offer an appreciation with the first Look East: Korean Film Festival, a celebratory weekend taking place June 23-24.
a good way to get nerds to see your movie? free swag. #prometheus
ah, i’m home.
"I know ‘flawed masterpiece’ is a term that’s been bandied about. But sometimes those flawed films are the ones that seem the most alive, the most beautiful, and the more I watch a film like this the more I want to dig into what it is. PAT GARRETT almost feels like it doesn’t have an ending. Maybe none of our lives have any sort of ending until all we have left is looking back and wondering just where we first went wrong."
—Mr. Peel’s beautiful musings on Sam Peckinpah’s PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID
can’t be tamed
The Outlaw Josey Wales by Dan Avenell
Films in 2012—#181 The Trip (Michael Winterbottom, 2010)
because that is a very specific sexual fetish that i choose to interpret as a personal shout-out to myself and my crazy blog
YES! Awesome. Enjoy it. That feeling lasts for at least a couple days.
Films in 2012—#182 Prometheus (Ridley Scott, 2012)
i just want to hurl a shoe at his face and scream YOU SHOULDN’T BE ALLOWED
i am so upset that this man exists, i am BESIDE myself
I will cry with you, but it’ll be over Michael Fassbender’s fucking face.
Prayer circle of communal film and television feelings.
First of all, nothing is near Alien.
But you should go because Michael Fassbender bleaches his hair while watching Lawrence of Arabia, Charlize Theron uses a flame thrower, Logan Marshall-Green takes his shirt off and lotsa people get done in real good by a bunch of nasty, squiddy-looking, alien motherfuckers.
Oh, and IDRIS ELBA.
The direction was occasionally murky. Like during that silica storm? Couldn’t even tell what the fuck was going on. Uncharacteristic from Ridley Scott whose action is usually top-notch.
Body horror? Yes, of course. The ALIEN franchise will forever be about vaginas, and this installment perhaps even more than the others.
Although in terms of horror, there wasn’t very much tension…more gore. Maybe a result of the climate of film right now, maybe just a commercial consideration.
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ok, so somebody here’s got to have the inside scoop for me on the labyrinth/harry potter connection, if there is one. right?
I agree with you about enjoying more as a stand-alone. Personally, I thought a lot of the “ooh look it’s an Alien(s) reference!” moments were very awkward. (I blame this on Lindelof’s transparent sci-fi fanboyism, probably unfairly, but too many moments seemed to refer to other pop-culture science fiction/fantasy properties and I found it distracting). I enjoyed it for Fassbender, the incredible visual effects and some pretty righteous sci-fi kills. And yes, that Noomi Rapace scene…the less about which is said, the better. Oh, yes, and Charlize dialing the crazy up to 11.
I have to admit, I enjoyed trying to find Guy Pearce, too. Sneaky.
comes the time in the movie where i talk about david bowie’s package
i will try not to mention it again but i can’t make any promises