The Beach Bum
The shaggy dog nature of this film, one that mimics its protagonist’s neverending belief that everything is just gonna be alright, alright becomes almost transcendent.
This animation is explained in this New Scientist article. I remain incapable of encompassing additional dimensions, and wonder if in fact they exist only in math. I'm assured they exist, and are necessary. If they did not exist, I would not exist. I Exist, Therefore They Am.
This is where it gets me: The film visualizes Earth seen from Above in this brave new universe. IS there an Above? Where (and When) are we viewing it from?
Jessica Ritchey on the episodes of The Twilight Zone that she thinks about the most.
This message came to me from a reader named Peter Svensland. He and a fr...
On the eve of its 10th anniversary, a new version of Oliver Stone's Alexander on Blu-ray demands a reappraisal.
An interview with writer/director S. Craig Zahler about his new film, Dragged Across Concrete.