Last night we got a bit cray-cray and watched Wedding Crashers followed by The King of Comedy.
In keeping with living on the edge, I ate dinner–some sushi and sashimi that we picked up from… 1,052 more words
”I used to cry when I watched Chaplin’s films. It was from him that I learned about the role of the underdog. And because I’m also from a poor family, this kind of thing moved me and I found that it also worked for the audience because most of them are like me – ordinary guys” 256 more words
Taxi Driver’s (1976) portrait of 70s downtown New York, complete with neon signs and porno theatres flashing through the night and reflected on the wet tarmac, is an image that sticks with you like no other. 399 more words