The 5 most manic Jim Carrey movies (with video)

The British ensemble the Carry On Gang starred in silly 1950s and ’60s farces, setting a kind of precedent for “dumb” comedy. But Jim Carrey is his own idiot troupe.Now he’s returned to his comedy of the ridiculous, reuniting with Jeff Daniels for Dumb and Dumber To. 322 more words


Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

In the past, I’ve blogged numerous times about D, the ex who broke my heart multiple times and over whom I spiraled into a terrible depression. 433 more words


Eternal Sunshine and McConaughey and Nightcrawler

So I finally saw Interstellar today and I have a lot of positive things to say about it. But I decided not to review it today and wait for tomorrow because I don’t want to clout my judgement because of the film’s great emotional tug to the heart. 231 more words


Charlie Kaufman: Screenwriting Lecture



Charlie Kaufman creator of some of the most distinctive scripts of the past decade, gives us a very honest, humble and charming insight into his creative process and how he struggles with his writing. 349 more words


Changing of the Seasons

As the colors do, like the lyrics in the song.

My hair is soaked, and I await the result.

Untrue, I think more and more and it’s unhealthy. 189 more words


Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

It hugely frustrates me that films rarely portrays relationships with all their flaws. “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004) is a gorgeous combination of innovative cinematography, a strong cast and a fragmented narrative about a turbulent relationship. 494 more words