It’s no fun if you haven’t ever seen anything like The Devil Wears Prada and have to spend hours upon hours re-watching every single scene before deciding if you want to keep watching. Fortunately, it’s a bit easier to pick out some good ones.
I really like the films that were made with the intention of being released in the States. I think “American Beauty” is pretty good, and “Shane” is good too. “In Time” is pretty good (I’m partial to the last scene), but “Goodbye for Now” (the worst) is not the right decision. (This film is also from 2009, so there’s no way to judge it.)
Also, as I said before, I have no idea how Quentin Tarantino made it through the editing process while trying to find his voice in the film. (At least, that’s my take on it.) I just know that he did it on purpose, which means that he’s definitely going to go on to make great stuff someday. The most important thing now is to find yourself a way to watch his stuff! And if you don’t like it in the original version, then find the version that looks like it was cut a different way. (Hint: it’s probably in the Blu-Ray edition.) Then you’ll be able to watch it again!
And that’s my two cents on everything. I’m sure there are other opinions, and I encourage everyone who’s watched “Mulholland Drive” or “American Beauty” to leave a comment below saying what you really think of them.
The world’s most famous man is on a journey to conquer the greatest obstacle of all – loneliness. In this daring series of pictures, he will encounter many extraordinary people and discover the meaning of true friendship
A life in lonely places
Somewhere in Asia, an elderly Chinese businessman is still living alone, in a huge building with few walls and a single entrance.
His mind seems to have lost touch with the world and he has no other way of looking at things, apart from talking to his own thoughts. But what does his mind really think?
His thoughts are more interesting than ever before. As a result, he can’t stop thinking!
His own thoughts come from the thoughts of others, and some of them may be more complicated than others, which means he has to decide whether to take on this challenge or stop here before it’s too late.
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