Abe Henry: The world needs dreamers.
Future Man: Excuse me?
Abe Henry: I don’ think so. You know one day your going to wake up and realize that you no longer have a brother. And you no longer have any friends. And on that day, I’m gonna be front and center laughing my fucking ass off.
Abe Henry: [laughs] John!
Abe Henry: John!
Abe Henry: I don’t mean to offend you, Bob. But your brother’s a cocksucker. Does that offend you?
Bob: No, that didn’t offend me.
Abe Henry: Good.
…were on sale. Picked up a few missing classics.
“I’ll be taking these Huggies and whatever cash ya got.” – H.I. McDonnough
“Nothing more foolish than a man chasin’ his hat.” – Tom Reagan
“I gotta tell you, the life of the mind… There’s no roadmap for that territory… And exploring it can be painful.” – Barton Fink
“By the third written text,
it’s very explicit that God needs to be ‘taken out’“
Philip Pullman author of His Dark Materials, a series of children’s fantasy novels, is coming under fire from Christians for his anti-religious fantasy written to counter the C.S. Lewis’ Narnia saga…
“I hate the Narnia books,
and I hate them with a deep and bitter passion”
Criterion Collection version of Days of Heaven
is coming in October.
One of my favorite films of all time.
Just watched Clean, Shaven, an amazing eerie journey that follows a paranoid schizophrenic as he tries to find his daughter after being released from an institution. The majority of the film let’s you experience the sights and sounds as the main character feels them (lots of haunting static ambient echo and voices). Very light on dialog and plot but strangely engrossing. You’ll recognize the main character, Peter Greene who’s roll right after this film was Zed in Pulp Fiction.
Read this review.