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Staff Pick #5: The Brown Bunny (2003)

The Brown Bunny is a 2003 independent movie written and directed by its main star Vincent Gallo about lonely motorcyclist Bud Clay whom, while on his way to a race, meets various women to attempt to cure his loneliness and longing, while retaining that only one certain woman from his past can truly satisfy him. 150 more words

Film Journalism

killer 'dad wannabe' in #THOSEWHOKILL

still stinging from what thomas told catherine last week about how her mom must have known the truth, she burns a picture of her mom. guess we know how she feels about her mom now, can’t say i blame her…. 395 more words


chloe sevigny in #THOSEWHOKILL!

i’ve blogged about this show b4, but then it also got taken off the schedule by A&E after 2 epi’s aired, then quickly was picked up by LMN (lifetime movie network channel) so i hope if u liked this show, that u have LMN included in ur cable package :) idk if it will be doing new epi’s once the season is over or if it’s just showing the remainder of the season on LMN, but either way, i’m glad to be getting any extra of this show as i can! 1,002 more words


The Last Days of Disco 1998

Whit Stillman’s brand of talky, literate, character-driven films has never produced anything less than scintillating; this 1998 film is an ideal starting point for anyone yet to be charmed by his creations. 103 more words

You Tube

Amazon greenlights new pilot 'The Cosmopolitans,' starring Adam Brody and Chloe Sevigny

Amazon Studios continues to curate original programming featuring big-name stars with the announcement that it has greenlit two new pilots: the half-hour dramatic comedy The Cosmopolitans… 200 more words


Broken Flowers

Viewed – 06 April 2014 Netflix Alphabet Challenge

Bill Murray for me is one of those comedy actors I sometimes am not sure if I find funny. 280 more words


Broken Flowers, Bill Murray at his deadpan and complex best

Jim Jarmusch‘s ‘Broken Flowers‘ is not your average interpersonal comedy-drama.  Is it just me or does it seem like a ton of movies that focus on dysfunctional relationships have been around lately?   512 more words