Love and Peace (2015)
Directed by Sion Sono, this is a movie about a man and his relationship with his turtle named Pikadon and his journey to becoming a rockstar. It's incredibly magical and wholesome and it's got me feeling all sorts of fuzzy feelings. The transformation of the main character and his revelation is enticing. The magical parts of the movie, especially towards the end are soul crushing, but is reconciled with uplifting moments. Turtles are awesome. 8/10
Directed by Mark Raso. With Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, Elizabeth Olsen, Bruce Greenwood. Set during the final days of the admired photo development system known as Kodachrome, a father and son hit the road in order to reach the Kansas photo lab before it closes its doors for good.
8/10 - Decent film. Jason Sudeikis & Elizabeth Olsen were both good in this film.
Directed by Spike Jonze. With Mike D, Adam Horovitz, Beastie Boys, Steve Buscemi. Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz of Beastie Boys tell you an intimate, personal story of their band, and their 40 years of friendship together.
6/10 - I'm not the biggest fan of Beastie Boys. I listened to their music when it was on the radio or on MTV (when MTV played music videos), but def not a hardcore fan.
I didn't like how this documentary was filmed, in that it was filmed live on stage in a Brooklyn theatre by Director Spike Jonze.
Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz told the history of the band well, but couldn't get past that they were both reading from a teleprompter/autocue.
Mike & Adam had to stop a few times during the show due to errors Spike Jonze had made (teleprompter/autocue out of sequence, visual displays behind them not working).... it was kinda cool to see these errors make it into the final cut, as the Beastie Boys 'Didn't Give A Fuck' back then, and they 'Don't Give A Fuck' today.
Mike & Adam talk about Adam Yauch alot during this doco - and its sad to hear Adam Horovitz talk about their last gig as a band prior to Adam Yauch's death.
I'm sure hardcore fans will rate it higher.
This was not in the docu, but I loved this live appearance on Letterman.
Directed by George P. Cosmatos. With Sylvester Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, Reni Santoni, Andrew Robinson. A tough-on-crime street cop must protect the only surviving witness to a strange murderous cult with far-reaching plans.
6.5/10 - OK film, typical Stallone type of film. With the wife Brigitte Nielsen having a leading role.
My mate told me about a dre and snoop film .
I thought he was high and meant friday as he ain't into the rap shit i like. Anyways its called THE WASH its a funny film. It's and I think I'm right it's the only film the best rap producer ever Dr Dre did due the shit with suge knight and snoop leaving to work at Master P"s company, which he always states saved his career. While dre and Jimmy iovine made aftermath records which was going before dre signed into one of the most diverse labels in America it's got rock, pop, heavy metal think dre has done a few beats for them and then they realised money for CD's isn't gonna be around for them to survive that's how BEATS headphones was formed they showed them testing everything from tape recorders to CD recorders and they said we will do it our way look at how much there both worth dre 3rd after jay n diddy 870m .
That's why I like to see ppl get of there lazy backsides and follow ur. dreams guys and ladies u might get a ton of no's I did off the owner of the resestraunt in the city where im from said let me make u a Geordie meal of beef stew and dumplings i also made a couple of cruse roasties in goose fat and fr peas out the pod then made a mint reduction with whitevvinegar and fresh mint but i done it till there was Just enough to serve.the He went fantastico and all the chefs tried magnificent theysaid I was on cloud 9 he went you start next week as it was a Sunday and I.knew he came there on Sundays. I was a line chef for 15 years and it was hard now I've paid my dues he asked me in July u want to be head chef I trust u but also i want you taking bit more easy with my seizures ( he could of went.hetes ur p45) he got me a new job aswell in a catering college it was a dream job as I've always liked giving back to.the next generation the commitment i.get is second to.none.
Fight for your dreams ladies and gentlemen they do come true if u keep trying and not giving up u.couldld get knocked back.loads but.if it's a job u.want and have a passion for dont give up.it wiĺ happen
I'missing both jobs but i had over 590 exams papers to mark its hard as im dyslexic but lucky I know a lot of how to spell the names of ingredients and I practice now i have time on other words it's not easy but manageable.
That's the story of the film follow ur dreams and shows you that they do come true. Just never succumb to just being someone u don't wanna be or do. When the epidemic is over ur dream job could be waiting for you. get steppin my mama would say job time ur 18 at the time aftervcatering college.
I really hope u guys n gals fiñdva job in Love as its great going into work big smile my cleaning lady said I've not been smiling as much. She knew u muss ur job Mr Carter yeah I do hun.
Directed by Cory Finley. With Hugh Jackman, Ray Romano, Welker White, Allison Janney. The beloved superintendent of New York's Roslyn school district and his staff, friends and relatives become the prime suspects in the unfolding of the single largest public school embezzlement scandal in...
3/10 - Although a true story, its a very ordinary story. Great performances by Hugh Jackman, Allison Janney and the amazing Geraldine Viswanathan.
There is alot of talk about Oscar worthiness for Hugh Jackman/Allison Janney, perhaps that's true, but the film itself is a stinker.