The Strokes – Is This It
Weezer – Weezer a.k.a. The Green Album
Gorillaz – Gorillaz
Ryan Adams – Gold
The White Stripes – White Blood Cells
The Royal Tenenbaums (dir. Wes Anderson)
Ghost World (dir. Terry Zwigoff)
Mulholland Drive (dir. David Lynch)
Donnie Darko (dir. Richard Kelly)
Amelie (dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
X-Men #114 marks the beginning of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s acclaimed run on the title.
Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again, Frank Miller’s sequel to his massively influential The Dark Knight Returns, begins its serialization.
X-Force #116 marks the beginning of Peter Milligan and Mike Allred’s acclaimed run on the title.
Marvel’s mature readers line Max Comics launches with Alias #1 by Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Gaydos.
Starman by James Robinson, Tony Harris and Peter Snejbjerg concludes with #80.
The Office premieres on BBC 2, July 9, 2001.
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hey suave dudes! happy september.
so suave ^^
here are some FILMS i’m looking forward to.
this inventive, beautifully shot trailer makes me so excited to see the film. i love how dark and theatrical it looks. from jean-pierre jeunet, the guy responsible for amelie and delicatessen (not to mention alien, resurrection), comes this very interesting story about a man with a bullet in his brain.
a young woman is forced to find her missing father, a meth cook, who has posted the family’s property for his bail. this trailer doesn’t look that intriguing, but the film has received fabulous reviews, including two prizes at sundance (grand jury as well as screenwriting), and four stars from ebert.
ok dudes, i’m going to be honest here. i love james franco. a lot. i also have a very tough time taking him seriously (meaning: i can’t). i could NOT STOP LAUGHING while watching this trailer, although i find aron ralston’s story very compelling. that being said, i do like danny boyle, and i do want to see this film. but i hope james franco doesn’t smile through the whole thing, because if he is, i will be too.
I AM LOVE
this film follows a russian woman (tilda swinton) who marries into an aristocratic italian family. it seems to be a story of love, sex, and deception, and the trailer has some heavy symbolism (the bird unable to escape near the end of the trailer). apparently, swinton learned to speak italian with a russian accent, although i am a BIT concerned that they only included one line of monologue from her. however, like winter’s bone, this movie has gotten great reviews, so i’m definitely looking forward to seeing it.
stay tuned for FILMS PT 2 tomorrow!
as always, LOVE LOVE LOVE
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