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that looks intolerable. Also - wonderful photoshop work on Ellen Page's head there.
ellen page is real good in it
but the films ok.
I abandoned that due to my lack of apostrophe.
Page. It should be called Generic Indie Film #2000938
he's having breathing difficulties.
and looking forward to it.
saw the trailer yesterday. looks quite amusing actually!
and thought it looked horrible.
advertised this morning, gash.
great film, great soundtrack
so i probably would not enjoy the hippy film
which takes a lot away from a pretty decent film and great cinematography.
Jeez, I wanted to kill the sister for the voice over and Eddie Vedder for the awful awful soundtrack.
and I hate hippies.
But this film just looks like everything else he's ever been in, except, well, a lot worse.
Not just some major judgement of the poster. Although 'mixtape' seems to be just superfluosly added to the title to make it sound even more 'indie'.
mark whalberg looking at his feet and a really heavy dark filter is poured over the image using photoshop and some rubbish falling snow is pasted in as the title is copy and pasted from the computer game cover.
and it is truley awful. Except for his name the film and game have nothing in common, there's some weird demon that keeps killing people, although I think its meant to be a hallucination brought on by drugs. Whalberg is awful in it as well, and I like him in some stuff.
oh good grief - I SAW that
I can't explain why...but for some reason, right - I SAW that
I like cosy Christmas films.
looks like he has Downs Syndrome in that poster.
kinda maybe worth watching ish but bad. same guy did Goodbye Lenin, which was good
with the word 'Revolution' daubed on it, haven't you.
How badly photoshopped is that, btw?
The one thing that dampens my enjoyment of it was the use of Hallelujah - it's beyond lazy to use that in a film. It's become a generic cipher for melancholy, so it's almost an admission of a lack of skill in creating an atmosphere by the director. Plus, the way it kept fading in - I quite literally laughed out loud by the third or fourth time it started chiming back into the background....it's like 'we get it'.
Still liked it though.
Attracting mile-long queues of Japanese businessmen.
that look abominable
and awful for the second.
Concur about the hot chick though.