1. Punch Drunk Love (2002)
5. “You don’t really look gay.”
If you were like me you had no shortage of posters of every teen heart throb pinned to your wall, pining over them until the day came when you could finally be together.
Transformers: Age of Extinction is now number 12 on the all time worldwide charts and is a million away from unseating Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest for the 11th position.
I think it’s important to point out that there is a difference between the “greatest” films of all time and the “most important” films of all time.
Creeping into editorials and campaigns for this fall are some new and notable eyebrow looks — looks that have been neglected for some time now and that are pretty simple to adopt.
Trees Lounge is understated and poignant – it understands quite a bit about alcoholism, never glamorizing or demonizing it. The result is almost like one of Raymond Carver’s prosaic tales of run-of-the-mill, drunken melancholy.
If Robin Williams deserves to be lauded for his merits, why shouldn’t he be blamed for his faults?
Who shoots a fourth grader multiple times in the chest?