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?
I can’t help it, i love watching movies. But i watched “Love Come Down” this afternoon. I don’t know who recommended this movie to me, but i assume it was mel9000. She usually just throws movie names to me, and i just get them. She doesn’t think that i listen to her recommendations.
This movie has one of the best openings that i have seen in a long time. And a great plot to boot. It all seems like a mystery like a poem in the movies. I never expected this movie to be so poetic. so it completely caught me off guard.
This movie involves two brothers who are of different races. Brothers from a different Father. The story slowly unfolds and you find out how they came to be who they are now, with some flashbacks.
This is one poetic movie, and damn it didn’t make me cry. But it made me Smile a lot of times, As in wow, and in wow, this movie was shot great, written great, and acted great.
This is for no one but me so i don’t forget this movie. i am going to be doing this a lot so fuck you.
Seth Mason and I were bored one night and decided that we would go see a movie. We looked in the paper and couldn’t find one movie that we both wanted to see, and one that was playing late. I knew nothing about the movie, which i absolutely love. Seth saw the poster and was also intruiged by just the poster.
I don’t normally like time travel movies, but this was no normal time travel movie. And this movie wasn’t like any other movie i haven’t seen in my life. This movie starts off with four guys who are working hard in what seems to be one of there houses. They start to have a conversation and you generally don’t understand a word that they are saying. There voices are a little muffled and you hope that it gets better as the movie goes along. Soon they get into a little tiff about what project they should work on next. The two main guys decided on non working on what the other guys wanted to do and work on there own thing.
We don’t know exactly what they were making at all. I can only assume that they were working on error checking devices for corporations. Only because thats the plot summary on imdb. But they soon make this device that they don’t really understand how it came to be like that.
The sound never gets any better than it did in that first scene. I do believe that they did that on purpose, so you don’t really understand what there saying at all. Because i don’t think that there is a need to understand most of it. I like the idea of not knowing what the fuck is going on, or knowing what the fuck the conclusion is. Who cares about having a conclusion. Who needs answers, and how can a movie give me answers.
This is a great movie and i am going to go see it again. But i say that now, but i will wait for the dvd. rock.
Four friends/fledgling entrepreneurs, knowing that there’s something bigger and more innovative than the different error-checking devices they’ve built, wrestle over their new invention.
Drama, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Shane Carruth, David Sullivan, Casey Gooden, Anand Upadhyaya, Carrie Crawford, Jay Butler, John Carruth, Juan Tapia, Ashley Warren, Samantha Thomson, Chip Carruth, Jack Pyland, Keith Bradshaw, Ashok Upadhyaya, Brandon Blagg