Terry Crews as a one man band…twitching his muscles to play the instruments:
The initial video is crazy enough…but after it finishes…you can “play” Terry’s muscles with your keyboard.
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Reposted from nevermind the bricolage:
Oliver People’s purveyors of the finest in eyewear and trading in very cool music and aesthetics have produced a short film for their 2011 campaign featuring Devendra Banhart and his real life girlfreind, exploring ideas of love and intimacy, in the glorious setting of John Lautner’s Rainbow House. Love the song.
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as inspired by Röyksopps Remind Me video:
School assignment to reinterpret the
fairytale Little red ridning hood.
Inspired by Röyksopps Remind me.
Music: Slagsmålsklubben, Sponsored by destiny
Animation: Tomas Nilsson
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Cormac McCarthy is one of the best authors of fiction about the American Southwest. Film adaptations have already been made of All The Pretty Horses and No Country For Old Men, with No Country winning Best Picture at the Academy Awards for 2007.
repost from the powells.com blog:
“It’s written. I think it’s a really tricky one, and maybe it’s something that should be left as a novel. If you’re going to do Blood Meridian you’ve got to go the whole nine yards into the blood bath, and there’s no answer to the blood bath, that’s part of the story, just the way it is and the way it was.
“[C]learly the major esthetic achievement of any living American writer,” declares Harold Bloom in the New York Observer
With the adaptation of The Road due out next year, are there any McCarthy novels left that you’d like to see on the big screen?
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Last night I went to a screening of the new Charlie Kaufman film, Synecdoche, New York
My friend went with me said “near the end, I just wanted it to be over already.” Not because it wasn’t an enjoyable movie, but just because it was getting long. What I just realized though, is perhaps this was a good thing. This is a film about living and dying after all. For some people at the end of life, you wish for it just to be over, the suffering of pain, loneliness, whatever. But for whatever reason they linger on, in pain, alone until finally the warm light embraces them.
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Last night I went to an advance screening of the movie Towelhead. The movie is directed and adapted by Alan Ball from the novel by Alicia Erian. The story is about a young Arab-American girl, coming of age during the time of the first Gulf War, in Texas.
The movie was pretty amazing. It was uncomfortable, funny, hopeful and disturbing at various times. I guess I shouldn’t be that surprised coming from Alan Ball, who didn’t shy away with uncomfortable topics in American Beauty or Six Feet Under. I was actually kinda bummed that I wasn’t able to stick around for the Q & A session after the screening (it was late).
Its going to be interesting when this film is actually released. From looking at the official website for the movie, it looks like they are going to be doing a bunch of screenings around the country before its wider release. Of course the title of the movie is going to be controversial. The film makers (and original author) address this a bit on the website, which I quote beneath the cut. I encourage ya’ll to see this movie when you can, its the best movie I’ve seen all summer.
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