Wes Anderson Week
Cinematography: Robert D. Yeoman
George Clooney × Yayoi Kusama for W Magazine photographed by Emma Summerton
I like my men how I like my cheese: semi-hard, creamy, aromatic, blue mould
A Band Called Death (2013). Directed by Mark Christopher Covino and Jeff Howlett
A documentary on the 1970s punk trio Death, and their new-found popularity decades after they disbanded.
A Band Called Death also gives credit to the band Death for making punk music before it was even a thing. A fun documentary with lots of cool tunes but I’ve seen far more important documentaries this year (in terms of subject matter, like After Tiller and The Act of Killing).
I went to a real restaurant with real wine, tonight (rare event). When I got home, I immediately logged into Animal Crossing and started writing letters to my villagers, and then I realized that this was my equivalent of “drunk texting”.
The actual photo taken with Ed’s disposable camera during the scene.
This is amazing, so happy it exists.
So on Monday this cute little dog came to visit but it was too hot to play and she? really hated it when I made her give me a cuddle in front of photobooth.
Back in my day we used to be able to google the name of any album we wanted followed by “mediafire” and have a download link in like 2 seconds
days are a lot darker
Thanks For Sharing (2013). Directed by Stuart Blumberg
A romantic comedy that brings together three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction.
After watching this I’ve decided that Stuart Blumberg is that lacking half of the writer duo responsible for The Kids Are Alright. As my pal Daniel put it, if you want to watch a good film about sex addiction, then watch Shame instead.
Right now I am eating Ben and Jerry’s and listening to Drake. If there was ever a time to turn up on my doorstep, fanging for some intimacy. The time is now.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009). Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller
Inspired by the beloved children’s book, the film focuses on a town where food falls from the sky like rain.
Sometimes it’s a relief to see that there are still really great movies being made for children. The animation was stunning. Lots of beautiful colours, the food especially had some nice texture to it. Plenty of humour and jokes to laugh at, and the story itself was a great testament to being yourself.