a 25 yr old jon hamm on a horrible mid-90s dating show, rocking devon sawa’s caspar haircut like a champ
by Kristen Sales
This week in free-movies-to-stream-land, Kristen details a Martin Scorsese classic, a nascent Hayao Miyazaki, an underseen Michael Haneke, a silent classic, and more.
as usual, there’s a great variety of films available to stream for free this week. help yourself!
yes, that’s really my byline on a review at thedissolve. i can’t believe it either.
check out my review of ALIEN ABDUCTION, a not super-great sci-fi/horror flick coming to VOD this friday.
another #tcmff #tbt with @sinaphile (and, yes, I’m making that face because I was suuuper wasted)
#tbt for #tcmff with @oceana_roll & @oldfilmsflicker
Films in 2014—#068 The Castle of Cagliostro (Hayao Miyazaki, 1979)
in which larry king refuses to believe fred & carrie aren’t a couple
Portlandia Q&A with Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Elvis Mitchell for Film Independent at LACMA
"clone a pussy"
by Kristen Sales
Dom Hemingway (Jude Law) is an angry man. He’s just been released from prison after serving a 12-year stretch as a fall guy for his gangster boss Mr. Fontaine (Demian Bichir). Dom’s been a good soldier, he’s kept his mouth shut. After twelve years, Dom has a lot to say. And he does, loudly, a lot, for the entirety of the film’s 93 minute running time. The blustery loquaciousness of Dom Hemingway, delivered by Law in a thick Cockney accent (there is not a proper “th” sound to be found), is established immediately with a long monologue, exalting the virtues of his own prodigious member. If Dom Hemingway were a ’30s musical, it would have begun with a spinning newspaper headline: “Cocky Cockney Declares Own Cock Tops.” Even Deadwood‘s Al Swearengen would be jealous of this mid-head soliloquy.
dom hemingway is entertaining in parts, but it becomes rather dull & repetitive very quickly.
You’ll find someone. You know you’re cute as hell.
Mad Men, 407: The Suitcase
im starting a magazine who wants a subscription