Sunday, June 30, 2013

Screening Log: June 2013 « The King Bulletin

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6/1: After Earth (M. Night Shyamalan, 2013) | Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 21 C+

6/2: Blow Out (Brian De Palma, 1981) | HBO A

6/2: Bringing Out the Dead (Martin Scorsese, 1999) | Netflix Streaming B+

6/3: Duel (Steven Spielberg, 1971/1983) | Encore B+

6/3: Shadow Dancer (James Marsh, 2012/2013) | Comcast On Demand B-

6/4: The Cotton Club (Francis Ford Coppola, 1984) | IndiePlex A- [Capsule Review]

6/4: Now You See Me (Louis Leterrier, 2013) | Regal Lincolnshire Stadium 21 D+

6/5: Boarding Gate (Olivier Assayas, 2007/2008) | Netflix Streaming C-

6/6: Blood Work (Clint Eastwood, 2002) | Comcast On Demand B-

6/7: Hollywoodland (Allen Coulter, 2006) | Comcast On Demand B

6/8: No Way Out (Roger Donaldson, 1987) | Netflix Streaming B [Capsule Review]

6/8: The Candidate (Michael Ritchie, 1972) | Comcast On Demand B [Capsule Review]

6/10: The Bling Ring (Sofia Coppola, 2013) | Dolby 88 Screening Room A-

6/10: The Purge (James DeMonaco, 2013) | AMC Empire 25 C+

6/11: Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949/1972) | Film Forum A [Capsule Review]

6/11: Nostalghia (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1983/1984) | BAM Rose Cinemas A [Capsule Review]

6/12: Birth (Jonathan Glazer, 2004) | Museum of Modern Art A-

6/12: Zaza (Allan Dwan, 1923) | Museum of Modern Art B

6/13: Paris Belongs to Us (Jacques Rivette, 1961/1962) | Museum of Modern Art B

6/13: You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet (Alain Resnais, 2012/2013) | Lincoln Plaza Cinemas B+

6/14: Man of Steel (Zack Snyder, 2013) | AMC Empire 25 C+

6/14: The Half-Breed (Allan Dwan, 1916) | Museum of Modern Art N/A

6/14: A Modern Musketeer (Allan Dwan, 1917) | Museum of Modern Art B+

6/15: Ran (Akira Kurosawa, 1985) | Museum of the Moving Image A

6/15: Much Ado About Nothing (Joss Whedon, 2012/2013) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Walter Reade C

6/15: Superman (Richard Donner, 1978) | DVD B-

6/16: Record of a Tenement Gentleman (Yasujiro Ozu, 1947) | Film Forum B

6/16: There Was a Father (Yasujiro Ozu, 1942/1982) | Film Forum B+

6/16: Superman Returns (Bryan Singer, 2006) | DVD C+

6/17: Tokyo Twilight (Yasujiro Ozu, 1957/1972) | Film Forum A-

6/17: We Can’t Go Home Again (Nicholas Ray, 1976) | MUBI Streaming A-

6/18: The Piano (Jane Campion, 1993) | French Institute Alliance Française A-

6/19: Illuminata (John Turturro, 1998/1999) | Museum of Modern Art C-

6/21: Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami, 1997/1998) | Anthology Film Archives A

6/21: Ten (Abbas Kiarostami, 2002/2003) | Anthology Film Archives B+

6/22: World War Z (Marc Forster, 2013) | AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 B-

6/23: Bigger Than Life (Nicholas Ray, 1956) | Museum of the Moving Image A

6/24: Police Story (Jackie Chan, 1985/1987) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Francesca Beale A-

6/24: Death and the Maiden (Roman Polanski, 1994) | Amazon Instant Video A-

6/25: Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders, 1987/1988) | French Institute Alliance Française A

6/25: Miracles (Jackie Chan, 1989) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Francesca Beale B

6/26: The Limey (Steven Soderbergh, 1999) | Amazon Instant Video A-

6/26: Berberian Sound Studio (Peter Strickland, 2012/2013) | IFC Center B-

6/27: Police Story 2 (Jackie Chan, 1988) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Francesca Beale B-

6/27: Police Story 3: Supercop (Stanley Tong, 1992/1996) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Francesca Beale B+

6/28: Redemption (Steven Knight, 2013) | AMC Loews Village 7 B-

6/28: Big Trouble in Little China (John Carpenter, 1986) | Film Society of Lincoln Center — Francesca Beale B+

6/29: White House Down (Roland Emmerich, 2013) | AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 C+

6/29: The Restless Breed (Allan Dwan, 1957) | Museum of Modern Art B-

6/29: His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks, 1940) | Netflix Streaming A

6/30: Streets of Fire (Walter Hill, 1984) | Netflix Streaming A-


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Apocalypse Later: A Conversation About Cheating with My Time ...

Director: Pornsak Pichetshote

Stars: Bobby Campo, Haley Webb and Lauren Kruse

This film was an official selection at the 9th annual International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival in Phoenix in 2013. Here's an index to my reviews of 2013 films.

Surely the best title in play at this year's International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival was this one: A Conversation About Cheating with My Time Traveling Future Self. Given that the first short made by writer/director Pornsak Pichetshote was intriguingly called Women Who Eat Meat, I'm tempted to build a time machine just to find out what other films he's going to make in the future. Perhaps he already built one and used it to go back in time to persuade Hollywood producers that the titles they had weren't the right ones. Was it Pichetshote who persuaded Clint Eastwood to rename The Cut-Whore Killings to Unforgiven? Maybe it was he who talked the adapters of a newspaper article called The Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night into calling it Saturday Night Fever instead. If he was the one responsible for changing the title of the unpublished stage play, Everybody Comes to Rick's, when Hollywood began to adapt it for the screen, into Casablanca, I'll buy him a drink.

'It's never just one thing, but you know that, right?' That's what the narrator tells us, as we watch Stan dance rather suggestively with a gorgeous blonde who is clearly not the dark haired lady in the image on his phone. He's talking about all those little moments we could have played in other ways or those decisions we could have taken differently. What makes this special, as Stan knows already and we're about to find out, as he leaves a guaranteed sexual conquest with this smoking hot blonde, is that he's the narrator too. As the title hammers home, that doesn't mean his inner voice needling for attention, his conscience screaming to be heard or those little angels and devils that show up on shoulders in animated movies to figure out the best plan of action, it's that he's literally the narrator. He's in a nearby room ready to explain. 'I have travelled exactly one year back in time,' he says, 'to tell you to cheat on your girlfriend with that slut in the other room.'

As setups for science fiction stories go, that's a pretty good one. It doesn't quite reach the epic stature of Fredric Brown's Knock, but it's a peach nonetheless. Bring it on, I say. And Pichetshote does. Like any story about cheating, everything here boils down to trust and selfishness, but that usually means the trust that exists (or doesn't exist) between a couple and the selfishness that leads at least one half of that couple to stray. This nine minute short goes a notable step further by making it all about Stan. It may be difficult to trust another person a hundred percent, but how hard can it be to trust yourself? What if 'yourself' is outwardly manifest and has your unlived next year of future lived and outlined so that you can make better informed decisions? Even he might have ulterior motives, after all. Where Pichetshote goes with this is consistently fascinating and provocative. It's rare that I get to see a new twist on the tired time travel trope.

Haley Webb and Lauren Kruse get a little to do here but not much. Almost the entire running time revolves around Bobby Campo and Bobby Campo, the current and future versions of Stan talking to each other in a hotel room, thus proving that capable science fiction doesn't have to have CGI up the wazoo, it merely has to have ideas. Pichetshote describes this as a 'theatre piece that can only be done on film' and I find that a pretty solid way to see it. Given that what we see relies on what Campo does, it's good to see that he does good work here, ensuring that each version of his character is slightly but believably different, not only because a year makes everyone just a little different but to help us keep track of which one's which. Their conversation feels natural because he really is replying to himself, merely a recorded version, which in a way is a microcosm of the story as a whole. Even without a spectacular title, this one is worth coming back to.


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black-pond-movie-poster-imagesWhen a stranger dies at their table, an ordinary family is accused of murder in the dark dramedy Black Pond, one of the best reviewed British films of 2012. Now, E One Entertainment is bringing the hit film to DVD here in the U.S. To celebrate the release, Film Fetish is giving away 2 copies of Black Pond on DVD.

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When a stranger dies at their table, an ordinary family is accused of murder in the dark dramedy Black Pond, one of the best reviewed British films of 2012.

An ordinary British family is accused of murder when a stranger dies at their dinner table in Black Pond, a highly acclaimed black comedy from directors Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley.

While out walking his dog, Tom Thompson (two-time BAFTA winner Chris Langham; Help, The Thick of It) meets a disheveled man named Blake and invites him over for tea. After Blake passes in the company of the dysfunctional Thompson family, the story eventually makes its way to off-the-wall freelance therapist Dr Eric Sacks (the inimitable Simon Amstell, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Grandma’s House) and the morbid tale finds its way to the press. And as the facts are bent and the details spun, the Thompsons become known to the public as ‘The Family of Killers’.

Called “hugely impressive” and “charmingly odd” by The Daily Telegraph, this film – one of the Best reviewed British films of 2012 – was also a BAFTA nominee for Best Debut Film. DVD extras include deleted scenes and the short film “Cockroach” by Sharpe and Kingsley.

  • Format: DVD

  • Running Time: 83 minutes

  • Genre: Comedy

  • Aspect Ratio: 16 x 9 (1.78:1)

  • Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital

  • Language: English with SDH Subtitles



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Crazy Days and Nights: Blind Items Revealed

October 21, 2012

What former B+ list pop singer who has not sung in years is now more famous for fashion and reality television could not speak for almost a week because her doctor went overboard plumping up her lips. She had to eat all her food with a straw for a week which she actually loved because she had nothing but milkshakes. Even now, she starts drooling sometimes because she can't get her mouth open enough.

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No, Paula Deen Didn't Blame Her Firing on “Greedy Jews” | The ...

deenThe Coordination Forum for Countering Anti-Semitism (CFCA) has reported that “Paula Deen blames ‘the Jews’ for firing.”

This really hurts their credibility for countering anti-semitism when they fall for a satire at The Daily Currant.

Of course, if you took a minute to peruse Daily Currant’s other recent stories, you’d find really crazy headlines that showed the site to be nothing but satire.

If you didn’t think of doing that, you could do one quick Google search that would cast doubt on the entire story. There is no WTMI in Atlanta. WTMI is a Catholic station in Syracuse, New York. Additionally, Dave Garver is the character played by Clint Eastwood in Play Misty for Me. In that movie, Garver is a radio deejay on KRML in Carmel, California.

I would expect that the CFCA needs to make a retraction and apology to Ms. Deen for posting this story as a legitimate one. Of course, they may just choose to delete it.


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BD-Crítica de Ichi the Killer | La Casa de los Horrores

Ichi the Killer

Todo tiene un principio, salvo en el caso del cine, en que un cineasta puede tener infinidad de principios. Máxime, si el artista nos ha salido hiperactivo. A Takashi Miike empezaron a conocerle en su país de origen a través de sus proyectos para la pequeña pantalla en 1991. En 1995 empezó su andadura por la gran pantalla con películas que, que yo sepa, no llegaron por aquí. Un nuevo comienzo tuvo lugar en forma de distribución internacional por festivales con sus siguientes propuestas, pero no fue hasta el año 2000 cuando empezó a ver estrenado su trabajo a nivel internacional (Audition llegó a los cines de varios países europeos y a Australia). Sin embargo, el primer gran comienzo, ese por el que su nombre empezó a sonar con fuerza entre frikis y otakus pero también más allá, fue Ichi the Killer. Si bien el recorrido comercial internacional de la película se limitó a festivales de cine y estrenos directos a vídeo, la hiperviolencia y las altísimas dosis de locura que contiene tardaron poco en hacer que el nombre de Miike se difundiera, llevando a la recuperación sus trabajos anteriores en el mercado doméstico, y al estreno de los posteriores por todo lo alto. Por lo que de todos los comienzos del japonés, puede establecerse el de Ichi como el más relevante desde nuestro punto de vista. ¿Aceptamos barco?

Cierto es que como primer acercamiento al responsable de Dead or Alive, la que nos ocupa va que ni pintada por aglutinar todo lo bueno y lo malo de su arte (salvo tal vez la versión más épica, vista recientemente en 13 asesinos). Una introducción espitosa y confusa ya establece las peculiaridades de una cinta siempre cambiante, excesiva y agotadora. Yazukas enfrentados, drogadictos y puteros, prostitutas y perturbados pueblan las primeros compases y protagonizan situaciones violentas, gore, subidas de tono. Y a la vez, tan grotescas como para resultar cómicas. Vamos, que en apenas unos minutos el espectador ya ha contemplado un lefazo, una escena próxima al torture-porn, se ha reído y ha reconocido no tener ni idea de lo que está ocurriendo por pantalla. Fiesta completa, que aguanta el tipo a base de aún más excesos (la primera vez que vemos en acción al dichoso Ichi, la escena de la lengua) y complejos de Danny Boyle durante, al menos, la primera hora. Claro que ese ritmo, todo el tiempo, es imposible.

Ichi the Killer

De ahí que la segunda hora cambie radicalmente sus intenciones. Cuando ya se han desvelado los secretos a desvelar y todo se encara al inevitable enfrentamiento final entre ¿héroe y antihéroe?, Miike opta por hacer un reseteo y variar su ruta, centrándose en el estudio del personaje hasta el momento tapado (Ichi), y alterando sensiblemente el propio estilo de la cinta, sosegándolo y amoldándolo a las exigencias de lo que un drama íntimo y personal se supone que requiere. Y de todo ello, la película se resiente. Como si pisara el pedal de freno de sopetón, el ritmo se detiene casi por completo, las locuras se aíslan y quedan en lo puramente anecdótico, y para eso no es para lo que habíamos firmado. Suerte de la llegada de ese enfrentamiento final, único foco de interés por parte del espectador desde que arrancara esta eterna e intrascendente segunda parte. Haciendo una ponderación global, sirve para que acaben pesando más las locuras, las salvajadas y los excesos por las que Ichi the Killer ha trascendido en la historia reciente del cine. Pero reconozcámoslo, no le hubiera venido nada mal echar mano de las tijeras en la sala de montaje…

Por Carlos Giacomelli

Y en el Blu-Ray…

Cameo recupera el debut de Takashi Miike tras aquella edición ya descatalogada que Paramount presentara en dos discos. Lo hace con una edición sencilla en DVD, y con otra en Blu-Ray que recupera el contenido extra de aquella, incluyendo alguna que otra cosilla más. Eso sí, la calidad de vídeo no es la mejor que se haya visto con el nuevo formato, quedando bastante patente su condición de “DVD depurado” y poco más (sí suena como Dios manda tanto en japonés como en castellano, en ambos casos tirando de un 5.1 DTS-HD). En todo caso, lo dicho, el material adicional del disco lo conforman además del tráiler, las fichas técnico-artísticas y el habitual Otros títulos:

  • Un recopilatorio de entrevistas a Miike y a los actores Tadanobu Asano, Shinya Tsukamoto y Alien Sun. La opción Ver todo permite disfrutar con comodidad de esta hora y diez de material donde, claro, destacan las palabras del director (que vienen al principio de todo).

  • Un apartado de Making Of con un total de siete clips. La opción Ver todo reúne los quince minutos totales de esta sucesión de escenas que se presentan a pantalla partida: a un lado está el resultado tal y como la vemos en la película, y al otro el momento de su rodaje. Curioso.

  • Detrás de las cámaras. Cierra el apartado una recopilación de momentos del rodaje que, en total suman 13 minutos.


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Carmel, about two hours south of San Francisco, is one of the most beautiful places on the Pacific Coast.People go there for the beautiful surf, the great aquarium and a glimpse at the town where Clint Eastwood once served as mayor.But no visitor to Carmel should miss the city’s premier

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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Crazy Days and Nights: Blind Item #2

This former B list mostly television actor who was on a very hit almost network show has been spending the past several weeks after his breakup basically living with three women. He was trying to see all of them independently, but just gave up and said that if they wanted to be with him, they all needed to live with him. They all accepted and it is like a mini Playboy Mansion.


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Crazy Days and Nights: Blind Items Revealed

November 15, 2012

You would think Jon Hamm would have the biggest manhood on the set of Mad Men, you know, because he always wants to show it off. It turns out though that one of the stars other than Jon is called Diet Coke because his manhood is the size of a 20 ounce diet coke bottle. Yeah. Maybe Jon is feeling a little insecure.

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Crazy Days and Nights: Blind Items Revealed

November 8, 2012

This A list actress spent most a recent evening at a party crying in a corner. When asked what was wrong, she said it was the first time she had ever been to a party where no men had hit on her and that no one seems to care about her. The actress just downed one drink after the other collecting a pile of shot glasses until at the end of the night she was helped out to a waiting car. All alone.

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Friday, June 28, 2013

Clint Eastwood? - Emudesc


Empezado por ~Aleroj Ver Mensaje

Buscando entre el Top 100 de imdb encontre entre los primeros cinco a "El bueno, el malo y el feo". Me lo vi hace unos meses, y de verdad, muy buena. No soy experto en pel�culas ni nada, pero por lo menos disfrute bastante vi�ndola xD.


Clint Eastwood es sólo uno de los protagonistas. El que la dirige es el señor Sergio Leone.

Qué casualidad, yo también estoy poniéndome al día con las películas de Eastwood x'D. Te recomiendo Million Dollar Baby, que la vi hoy mismo.

Gran Torino la tengo pendiente de bajar :3.


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İyi Kötü Çirkin izle Tür: Macera, Western Yılı: 1966 IMDB Puanı: 9/10 Oyuncular: Eli Wallach, Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Aldo Giuffrè, Luigi Pistilli, Rada Rassimov, Enzo Petito, Claudio Scarchilli Konu: Tuco (çirkin), üzerine ödül konulmuş bir kanun kaçağıdır. Keskin nişancı Blondie (iyi) adlı Kovboyla işbirliği yaparak kasabaları dolaşmaktadırlar. Tuco´yu kanun adamlarına teslim eden Blondie, ödülü alıp Tuco´yu asılmaktan son anda kurtarmaktadır. Bir kasabada işlerin ters gitmesi üzerine ortaklıkları bozulur. Melekgöz (kötü) lakaplı Sentenza ise Bill Carson adında büyük miktarda altını ele geçirmiş eski bir askerin izini sürmektedir. Tuco´nun çölde Blondie´yi öldürmek üzere olduğu bir anda Bill Carson´la karşılaşmaları tüm planları değiştirir. Carson, altınları İç Savaş´ın hareketli olduğu bir cephede mezarlığa saklamıştır. Ancak Tuco mezarlığın yerini, Blondie ise mezarın adını öğrenebilmiştir. Mecburen işbirliğine tekrar dönen ikili altınları aramaya koyulur. Sonunda üçünün yolu altınların olduğu yerde birleşir.


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Crazy Days and Nights: Random Photos Part Four

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Kanye West and Kris Jenner have some bonding time. Arm wrestle for management contract of North.

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Mel B Tweeted this photo of her and Victoria Beckham back in the day.

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Crazy Days and Nights: Random Photos Part One - All Reader Photos

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