Anomolisa—Another Kaufman tale about subconscious suffering, human desperation, and white men.
I wasn't planning on writing anything tonight, being it's 11:34pm on a Thursday, a school night. My initial plan was typical—watch a TV show, check Facebook, and go to bed. Things got a little fuzzier, however, 10 minutes ago, as I closed my computer and tried to process what I had just seen, in the impending darkness … Continue reading Robert Durst and the Gastro Confessional Moment that Changed Cinema
Basically, they kicked ass. Check out my review and interview with bassist, Amir, Amor!
Is our generation really destroying the music industry? An article I posted a few months back What are your thoughts?
What can be said about Spike Jonze’s Her? To call it brilliant would be a crime of over-simplification, for the complexity of Johansson and Phoenix's relationship not only tugs at the heart, but at the rational human mind, and our basic sense of what it means to love. Scarlet Johansson haunts us, acting as the … Continue reading Her (2013)