Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Against the Crowd Blogathon 2017

By Sati. Tuesday, August 15, 2017 28 Comments

The last time I participated in Dell's  and KG's Against the Crowd blogathon was 2015 and what do you know, another Edgar Wright movie was my choice back then. The next time he makes a movie I am not seeing it. And if any of you tells me to, I'll punch you in the face.

WARNING: if you like Baby Driver, Arrival, Amy Adams, Michelle Williams and quality film criticism and are offended by violent sexual imagery, inappropriate jokes and insane ramblings - don't proceed further.

Friday, August 11, 2017

(300) mother! + links

By Sati. Friday, August 11, 2017 27 Comments
  • Me this entire week. And every week until November when this movie finally drops here (I hate this place. This is 2 months after the premiere. I bet by that time it's gonna be online). And if it's good for a long time after that.

  • Friday, August 4, 2017

    (299) Animal Kingdom + links

    By Sati. Friday, August 4, 2017 30 Comments
  • Yep. he went to the beach again. 
  • Not once but twice he fixed his shorts in either an act of mercy or terror. I am not sure which. I can't figure it out beause I AM BUSY WIPING OFF MY OWN DROOL. 

  • Wednesday, August 2, 2017

    (Probably endless) list of things I love about Logan, part 3

    By Sati. Wednesday, August 2, 2017 , , 12 Comments
    (part 1) (part 2)

    136. Logan growling in his sleep, waking up and seeing Laura there, watching him. It's a blessing she wasn't anywhere near him since we all know what happens to women when Logan wakes up near them.

    Sunday, July 30, 2017

    Dunkirk

    By Sati. Sunday, July 30, 2017 , , , , , , , , 25 Comments

    (spoilers!)

    Every Christopher Nolan's movie is an event. In the world were practically every big, spectacular movie out there is a part of a franchise, Nolan is one of the few who still manages to do something unique. And while Dunkirk is yet another huge movie event that surprises, it surprises in more than one way. Nolan often works with complex stories and world building- the magnificent magic tricks he pulls on the audience throughout The Prestige with the film's multiple twists and misdirections, the complex way to unlock the film's mystery rooted in the infliction of protagonist of Memento, the layered world of dreams in Inception - here the story is simple. Soldiers are in need of rescue. Other soldiers and ordinary people are trying to help them. Meanwhile the enemy is trying to kill them all.

    Friday, July 28, 2017

    (298) Comic Con 2017 edition + links

    By Sati. Friday, July 28, 2017 27 Comments
  • The above is the gifset I made this week because of course I did.

  • Monday, July 24, 2017

    (Probably endless) list of things I love about Logan, part 2

    By Sati. Monday, July 24, 2017 , , 20 Comments
    (Part 1 - here)


    74. Logan noticing one of the bad guys and doing this. Oh, good. You're invisible now.


    75..The desperation on Logan's face. He left. Charles and Laura are in danger. He needs to save them.

    Friday, July 21, 2017

    (297) We'll always have those five hours with lions... + links

    By Sati. Friday, July 21, 2017 29 Comments
  • Not one.
  • Not two
  • But three pervy live tweets over the weekend.

  • Sunday, July 16, 2017

    (Probably endless) list of things I love about Logan, part 1

    By Sati. Sunday, July 16, 2017 , , 24 Comments

    6 days ago it has been exactly 4 months since I saw Logan for the very first time. Since that moment I saw the movie 4 more times including once with director's commentary (I have never ever watched anything with commentary before but for this movie I made an exception and it's really a great one - James Mangold shares so much in it and I will cite some of the things I learned from there here). It's July and Logan remains my favorite movie of the year and seeing how it's already in my top 10 of all time - yes, all time - I cannot imagine anything dethroning it.

    So once more, inspired by Alex's brilliant series, - here are the things I loved about James Mangold's masterpiece.

    Friday, July 14, 2017

    (296) The Revenge of the Hole + links

    By Sati. Friday, July 14, 2017 22 Comments
  • For the second time ever we almost didn't have new RF here this week. I had my PC unhooked for 3 days due to my apartment being renovated. But mostly I just felt shitty and didn't have enough of sense of humor and whimsy to turn my life - which I have in a sense a jellyfish has a life - into jokes like I usually do. Not only was my PC unhooked but it's also summer cleanse time so I literally couldn't do anything I like to do or that distracts me. I need to be distracted. All the time. 
  • When I'm not it's not a pretty picture.
  • Think of a combo between Jack Black in Tropic Thunder after the bat stole his heroin, Renton in Transpotting during detox and RDJ in Zodiac answering "no" with bland expression on his face after Jake Gyllenhaal asks him if he is OK.
  • But I did get a bit of a boost when I discovered, as my PC got set up yesterday (and I legit screamed when I saw my boo boo folder again, how I missed it!), that I actually had something in draft saved up from my weekend perving so I just worked from there.
  • This is shorter than usual. But by no means less filthy.

  • Friday, July 7, 2017

    (295) Prepare for the worst + links

    By Sati. Friday, July 7, 2017 31 Comments

  • OF COURSE I made that above gifset. It was the highlight of that movie.

  • Tuesday, July 4, 2017

    "Prisoners" is still so very stupid

    By Sati. Tuesday, July 4, 2017 , , 14 Comments

    (yes, the website is still on hiatus, but my upcoming RF bulletpoint for Prisoners turned into 20-paragraph long rant so yes, we're doing this today)

    There is one thing that fascinates me more than what seems like almost universal love for Denis Villeneuve's 2013's assault on brain cells entitled Prisoners and that is the amount of holes in the story of this film. I can only think of two truly atrocious scripts in the recent memory that dragged otherwise promising and well executed films to the bottom of 'what the fuck?' stupidity - this and Interstellar. And this one may actually be dumber than Matthew McConaughey floating around book shelves in space and coding a watch so that Jessica Eureka Chastain solves physics stuff in the future or past or whenever.

    No, wait. Nope. Nothing is dumber that that.

    I have recently sat through this awfully paced but beautifully shot movie for the third time just to hear Hugh Jackman yell the word "fuck" and look handsome. Don't judge me. At least it allows me to give movies second chances. Or in this film's case second (in March) and third (last Saturday) chance. And in this case proving to me that my initial reaction to it was right on the money.