M & I have a new series of poems up at Dear Camera. "Go check 'em out already!"--Billy Collins
These poems are a section from our chapbook, Force, Proximity, Repulsion, which will release sometime in the future with Cinematheque Press, which I'm equally pumped about.
I'll be honest, we've powered through quite a few movies recently. No pattern emerges to me:
The Friends of Eddie Coyle:
New In Town (I would say that during this movie, every 5 minutes or so, M would say, "What is wrong with her face?"):
At the end of the movie we had to do a google search for "what is wrong with Renee Zellweger's face" to see if anyone else knew why it was puffy, shiny, and stuck to her skull.
Shadow of a Doubt (this Hitchcock was by far one of the creepier movies I've seen recently, mostly because of the dialogue given to the young female lead):
The Distiguished Gentleman:
This movie came at the transitional phase in Eddie Murphy's career where he consistently made Jewish jokes, right before he traded these jokes in for a female fat suit.
Army of Shadows. This movie was amazing:
Any suggestions for movies to rent?