my boner is for the bloody pig guy that walks by @ 00:05.
right out of my dreams.
I want to say that costume is from Jeunet's Delicatessen but I'm not sure. I still have nightmares involving that movie. Why did everything after that movie he did completely suck? Yes I'm including City of Lost Children and Amelie.
No one at a convention would be that cool. The costume is from Hostel. *yawn*
Oh and, actually, you should really check out Jean Pierre Jeunet's Micmacs.
You make no sense, City of Lost Children kicks ass.
Oh yeah! Forgot he directed that. Great movie too. In French class in high school we watched La Haine and City of Lost Children, both without subtitles. We had a pretty cool French teacher.
It's not "bad" in the way that a lot of movies are bad. I just don't like allegory shoved in my face. Same thing I said about Brazil. I prefer Gilliam's more realistic films than his flights of fancy which all turn into a simple morality tale. I get it.
I say this knowing fully well that my username is based off a novel which thrives on allegory. But if they ever make an Infinite Jest film, well, well fuck. I'll go Alan Moore on it. That being said, Watchmen was pretty good. I'm forgetting to mention that this girl is extremely hot.
Pan's Labyrinth is boring as hell and wants to have a "message". City of Lost Children is like one of the crazy let loose stories you'd read in comics like Heavy Metal or Metal Hurlant.
I had the same thing with Pan's Labyrinth. Beautiful (Doug Jones was actually doing a signing at our theatre opening night, nice guy) but when I finally saw it, I was like "Seven Beauties and Underground did it much better." As far as Del Toro goes, I liked Pacific Rim because it was a movie about big fighting robots and it was a movie about big fighting robots fighting big fighting monsters.
That's not to say that I just want horror in a movie that's marketed as a "horror/fantasy movie", but I think visual allegory got kind of played out by the middle of the 70s. Gilliam got good at combining the two by Fisher King, which was a very real movie. Any metaphor worked perfectly because The Dude's character was entering Ms. Doubtfire's state of mind.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I don't know, I think I could keep it up the whole time if I tried.
|That guy |
"smoking hot girl" false alarm
Whatever, you wannabe Hugh Hefners. I'm a sucker for dark bangs and a rubber dress with battle damage.
LOL someone has a different standard of beauty than me = MRA
You're so 3dgy meme, careful not to cut yourself.
i thought this submitter was gay, that's all
Gaystapo, papers please I SAID SHOW ME YOUR FUCKING PAPERS.
Siegfried, get the dogs.
Would you like the puggle or the chihuahua with the pink sweater?
my apologies, memedumpster. most of us here are either gay or cops or bouncers or all three combined so i didn't really mean to imply anything negative about gays. it was shorthand for 'only someone who isn't attracted to that sex would find her attractive.' obviously she is fit and i was exaggerating but i'm sorry and i'll never make another joke at the expense of gays or women again
|That guy |
De gustibus non est disputandum
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