@dankwraith As a former music critic, I can tell you that it’s because criticism is dead dead dead and that capitalism killed it. Criticism is no longer an evaluation of art based in context of movements, biography, history, or even the technological achievement of the work, but is entirely based on telling consumers if they should spend their $ on it... and this is driven by the relationship between PR companies and publications. Talk shit about artist X? No access to artist Y.
@mudl this movie's alright. Been awhile since I seen an episode of the X-Files, thankfully they got rid of that sex offender co-star, but I miss Gillian Anderson.
Police, Bulk Surveillance
Groundhogs day, probably my favorite movie (also the favorite movie of many a zen Buddhist master), is a heavy influence on this movie, which is why I'm so hyped.
I just wonder how you write this movie. If you know so many things have to be repeated and you know a movie length you have to plan for how much for the initial day. I wonder how much time that is. Man I love this I hope it becomes a more common trope, the same day thing.
Gonna have to find more "reliving the same day" movies.
The credits Eminem song is hilarious.
The Aesop Rock or Run The Jewels song is great, though.
Woody Harrelson casting as carnage, pretty awesome.
Pretty awesome rendition of the story that got the whole Venom character right, finally. I mean, I like the kitsch emo thing too, honestly. It just doesn't capture the big mood that is testosterone as well. If you can't capture Todd McFarlane's hyper-masculine hyper-sexualized illustration, you don't get the entire symbiote storyline. I mean he's famous for making spider-man's webbing look like cum, more-or-less. My 10-12 year old self would finally be satisfied.
Back for a bit!
Destination Wedding (WHY!? I don’t know. It was like a B Woody Allen movie, which is really weird that anyone would want to replicate home given his reputation, plus Keanu and Winona? Weird man.)
Junun (Like half of the artists involved seemed like they felt really out of place and alienated. Lovely weird documentary, beautiful sounds.)
Home Alone (“keep the change you filthy animal” -a family focused capitalist epic)
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