i am going away to san francisco for new years eve. I don’t know what i am doing or who i am going with but it should be a grand time. If i don’ tsee you for New Years and what not. This is for you. Happy New Year. I don’t have any new years resolutions right now. but im sure i will late on.
I finished taboo today, and wow what a great story it was. This was a great story of love and betrayal. Set in the tone of samurais though, there is no way to do this movie without it being men and samurais. Which is totally weird of course, i mean really gay samurai who are fighting over each other. For one man! I don’t even want to talk about the movie, i just want to say its so awesome that you need to watch it yourself. I recommend this movie for the fact at how its totally original. I have seen love stories where other people try and ruin the relationship. But not one done in this way. rock.
I rented Gohatta “Taboo” from netflix because i love samurai’s. The code that they follow, the morals that they have. How they are constantly fighting the future. Everything about samurai’s intrigues me. Well about 20 minutes into it you figure out that its about all these samurai falling in love with this one young samurai. Totally fucking crazy, and totally fucking awesome at the same time. It is going to take me a few days to finish watching it. But watching samurais fuck is weird.
“Are you righteous? Kind? Does your confidence lie in this? Are you loved by all? Know that I was, too. Do you imagine your suffering will be any less because you loved goodness and truth?”
A simple movie quote from The Thin Red Line. One of my favorite movies of all time. I don’t want to make a habit of posting Movie Quotes, but i guess i am doing it more often now.
I was recently thinking about this movie because Terrance Malick has a new movie coming out in 2005. Another war movie i am assuming from the trailer. But it made me think about The Thin Red Line and how it isn’t a movie about how war is bad. But i mainly thought that the movie was about how war is human. How humans just don’t know how not to fight.
It begins with what seams to be a peace full village. It cuts to a few scenes of happiness in the village. And then it shows two boys fighting, Even in the small village there is fighting. You would never assume it happens there, but why not?
“But right now i feel kind of akward thats why i made that awfull remark.”
How many times have you wanted to say that, but never had the guts to actually say it. I don’t know what movie this is from, but i wrote it down on my computer because i loved it so much. I almost think it is from a french movie, because it reminds me of something Audrey Tautou (imdb.com) would say. I can think of a million times where i should have said that. Life is just bizarre like that.