I’d never seen THE DRIVER but was just coming around to the idea of Walter Hill, after appreciating HARD TIMES, but I couldn’t quite get along with this one. 915 more words
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Neo-Fascist Consideration of Walon Green & Sam Peckinpah’s THE WILD BUNCH: The Ride of the ‘Last Barbarians’(and Some Notes on Akira Kurosawa, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Ingmar Bergman). PART 1.
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Topics Discussed: Technique, ‘form is content’, Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead, Modern Art, modernism, painting, sculpture, narrative art, time and art, Memento, Narrative Trap, Sergei Eisenstein, Battleship Potemkin, Stanley Kubrick, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Akira Kurosawa, Seven Samurai, Leadership, Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola, Jim Jones, Jean-Luc Godard, Weekend, John Milius, Rap culture, jungle tribalism, Bitchassho-Igrayne-Taliban Syndrome, Excalibur, John Boorman, Zardoz, homosexual right, far-right feminism, leftist feminism, madonna, Camille Paglia, New Feminism, jungle fever, ‘subconspiracy’, D.W. 144,637 more words
Neo-Fascist Consideration of the Problems of Reverse-Justification in Cinema (HARD CANDY by David Slade). Also, Akira Kurosawa's KAGEMUSHA and RAN; Alfred Hitchcock's MARNIE.
Topics: Soviet Union, Creativity, Originality, Beatles, Monkees, reverse-creativity,
Federico Fellini, 8 1/2, Jews as weasels, David Lynch, Blue Velvet, ‘foundational conservatism’, ‘fetish conservatism’, Coen Brothers, Bob Dylan, open borders, free speech, Richard Linklater, Memento, Christopher Nolan, Flatliners(Joel Schumacher movie), Marnie, The Others(Nicole Kidman movie), Mothman Prophecies, M. 78,342 more words