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- bill 8-25-2007 7:33 pm [link] [add a comment]

funk brothers standing in the shadows of motown

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- bill 8-25-2007 3:48 pm [link] [add a comment]

The First Films of Samuel Fuller

- dave 8-23-2007 6:35 am [link] [1 comment]

Imagine youíre a film distributor, handling an experimental movie by one of the countryís most iconoclastic directors. The subject is an enigmatic occasional recluse who is being portrayed by four actors, an actress and a 13-year-old boy. Where do you open that film?

If youíre very lucky, you get to book it at Film Forum, perhaps the most exclusive art-house cinema in Manhattan.

- bill 8-21-2007 10:25 pm [link] [2 comments]


An eccentric, lovable scientist falls in love with the girl next door - in an unusual way. Set in 1960's London, Wonderwall tells the story of a reclusive professor who becomes obsessed with a stunning model called Penny Lane. A psychedelic fantasy steeped in voyeurism, this film features a musical score by George Harrison with musical contributions from Eric Clapton and Ravi Shankar. Dutch designers The Fool, were set designers for the movie.

I like this film; but I like strange, psychedelic films so view it with caution it that's not your usual fare. It may remind you somewhat of Jodorowsky or Fellini. It's been showing on television lately and you can also get it at Netflix and at Yahoo!.

- bill 8-19-2007 5:51 pm [link] [add a comment]