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Movies at the Turn of the Century (Part II)

As the trials and tribulations of adolescence slowly gave way to a monotonous and repetitive adulthood, these are the movies of the 2000s…


Seven) Once – John Carney (2007) 1,017 more words


Theme from "Requiem for a Dream" Piano Performance

Theme from “Requiem for a Dream”

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One more for the road.

This is a video I took a few years ago, of me pounding out the haunting score from the film “Requiem for a Dream”. 142 more words


The Room

An unnamed petty criminal  defends himself against the police thugs who try to arrest him, goes on to immediately be acquitted of any charges of striking a policeman, sees the police officers in question be convicted of police brutality, testifies before a Senate hearing on police violence, and in between all this he diddles his girlfriend at the movies, gambles in the alley with the boys, tortures the police officers by training them to be dogs, observes the police officers pulling over a woman and forcing her to do naughty things with them, takes walks in the country, takes walks in the city, enjoys the love of his family, especially his mother, and periodically opens his eyes to stand before the wall of his cell or to check the progress of a large, painful carbuncle on his face. 219 more words


Oscar aftermath and Requiem for a Dream

Twenty years ago, having not met any of the other Assholes yet, my Oscar parties were just my younger brother and I in front of a TV. 505 more words


Party like a Rap God

so I mashed this up Party like a Rap God

let me know what you think, the last 30seconds or so…plus like three more audios is what my brain sounds like at night, 16 more words

Requiem for a Dream (2000)

Requiem for a Dream is pure cinema and it is here that Darren Aronofsky proved himself as a brilliant visual storyteller. It is perhaps the perfect encapsulation of addiction, on various levels, although Aronofsky uses substance abuse as his gateway into the vices of humanity. 226 more words

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