Your monkey's Kung Fu is not strong ...
Ah, the good fortune of living/working in LA or NYC (you get to see limited release films first). I've been looking forward to "Brick" for several months. I do the freelance movie review thing on the side, so I'm seeing it early, Wednesday night (comes out Friday in SF). I read the article in Creative Screenwriting on Rian Johnson. Took him six years to get "Brick" made. Talk about dedication. Despite going to USC, he didn't have any meaningful contacts when he graduated. Wrote "Brick" first as a novella, then broke it down into a screenplay. If it's as good as the buzz indicates, I'll be a happy man indeed. AND best of luck to Rian Johnson with his future projects.
I stumbeled into a trailer for that on the QuickTime site a month otr two ago, and thought it loooked very promising. It's started to show up as a blogad on some lefty sites I frequent. Hopefully it gets some buzz.
I was just going to say the same thing. Rogers, we love you man, but not all of us are blessed to live on the coasts- stop recommending movies that I ain't gonna see for 2-3 months!Or, as I like to say, THE MIDWEST-IT'S IN THE MIDDLE.I kid, but I'm not joking about the 2-3 months part. I live in Cleveland, and Thank You for Smoking still hasn't opened here. And though every review I've read of it has been a rave and has me anxious to see it, part of me wonders if Brick ever will.Sometimes films actually come out on DVD before they make it to a rep or art house here. This happened to me last year, when Infernal Affairs finally ran at the Cleveland Cinematheque in February. Unfortunately, it was the same weekend that The Big Red One restoration ran, which I had been waiting for for almost a year. And after three hours of that, I was pretty spent.
Slither is a classic.
Juancho, try being Downunder, sometimes the child actors have already grown up and beaten their addiction before it gets here. :)
I loved it as well. It was nice to actually walk out of the theater with a buzz from how freakin good the flick turned out to be. Plus there was a Q&A with the writer/director after and that was cool too.Just out of curiosity, what "indie quirks" do you speak of?I think it's really interesting that there were no handheld shots in the movie. Everything these days is handheld, so it was nice to see a movie where they made great visuals without jiggling the camera, you know?
Pretty fucking amazing. Some of the best dialogue in who the fuck knows how long. I have a deep love for orchestrated gibberish and fake slang that rings true. The scene in the basement really proves that what's left to the imagination is much scarier than what could be shown.
Saw it in DC last night. Thanks for the tip -- what a show. Great dialogue, and a fabulous performance by Gordon-Leavitt.
In case you couldn't tell from my own blog posts on this, my feelings are: AMEN BROTHER!
Haven't caught Brick yet but I just caught 'Smoking' down in DC. Loved it. Totally agree that it will definitely be in the top 5 by the end of year
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