Not sure how the ref sees Medel slap Fella in the face and not do anything. Medel should have been sentenced to death for that I think. Or made to sign for Tottenham Hotspur and forever have to play fitba with Erik Lamela for the rest of his life.
Location: Ball so hard motherfuckers wanna fine me
Re: Tell The Truth
Not much. Just finished skyping a friend and i should probably get some sleep seeing as its 6am here. Which kinda sucks seeing as i'm really not tired at all right now but i know that i'll crash hard in a few hours.
Location: Eternally slam dancing in the New England rain
Re: Tell The Truth
Originally Posted by WOOLCOCK
DDL was magnificent again as well as Tommy Lee Jones. I enjoyed it for what it was (Lincoln biopic and getting to know more about the key figures behind the agreement) but the pacing made it feel like an 'epic' that was forcing itself on the audience. Just felt like there was an abudance of long individual dialogues that was meant to touch on themes that would appeal to the audience without truly confronting them. Blarg's point yesterday about the differences between films which are meant to entertain whilst containing strong messages as opposed to films which take the themes and messages and will spare no punches in directing their message to the viewer through gritty and raw direction is probably the best example.
Lincoln felt more like the former in that it tackled issues of morality, integrity, obsession and the inherent belief in democracy but presented it in a way that it felt like these issues were present enough to be noticable for the audience to react to, without really pushing and trying to delve deeper into each issue.
Luckily there was no knobhead on their phone this time. While back some teenage girl took a phone call in the middle of the film and was annoyingly loud for a good 5 minutes. If I was an old man I'd have thrown my shoes at her.
Is it wrong not to give a shit about this Lincoln film, but highly anticipate the one where he's killing vamps?