Sunday, October 30, 2011
'sunny' - bobby hebb
'didn't i (blow your mind this time)" - the delfonics
'everybody plays the fool' - the main ingredient
'don't let me be lonely tonight' - the isley brothers
'after the love is gone' - earth wind and fire
'ebony eyes' - stevie wonder
'just my imagination (running away with me)' - the temptations
'georgia rag' - blind willie mctell
'good old music' - funkadelic
'do your thing' - isaac hayes
Friday, October 28, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Sunday, October 16, 2011
I've never experienced anything more entertaining on television when watching the season 4 finale of breaking bad. And it wasn't a feeling I had to think about; I could feel it as I was watching it. This show is pure entertainment in best sense: I don't doubt its logic, I embrace its suspense, and when it pays off, I am left thinking why the fuck can't other television shows/movies do this?
It's because the writers of Breaking Bad care about their product. It is not something made just to get viewers, or something that is trying to emulate the current trend just to get in on the profit of popularity. It is a show that the writers want to see on television, and you can tell from the show's quality that these guys and girls are pretty vigilant when it comes to their tastes.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Friday, October 7, 2011
I am really impressed with the new batch of movie posters that have been released recently. I am usually the guy that complains how things aren't like they were in the 'good ol' days', but I feel like I just enjoy saying because it makes me cool.
In reality, there's a lot of good shit now; you just need to know where to look. Future generations are going to say how our time was the 'golden era' the same way some of us view the past. Also, I'm sure that in the past there were people that thought their time was a bunch of shit. It's a theme Woody Allen explored well in Midnight in Paris. I think the whole idealization of the past thing is strongly connected to some desire we have to recreate our childhood, where everything was sweet as fuck. Also, I think the whole idealization of the past when we weren't around is just a sort of escapist way of looking at today because we are overloaded with shit. Again, it just comes down to knowing where to look (and if you can't find it, just make it).
Anyway, here are some sweet movie posters after the page break...