Hey dudes! I’m still alive and reading the internets and watching movies and stuff, I swear. I’ve just been too lazy to write about it. Don’t even get me started on the Tribeca Film Festival.
Hey remember T9 word? That pre-auto-correct function in phones that would allow to type wildly away at the keypad and then it would guess what you were trying to say? Well, my old-school Samsung would always correct “lazy” to “jazz” and it was the best.
So really: apologies for the disappearance, but I was too jazz to write.
It’s a beautiful day today, which is already giving me hope for continuous nice weather, but when SummerScreen announces their lineup then I really get psyched. Here it be:
Yes, everyone in Williamsburg is a child of the late 80s/early 90s. Don’t be so aghast. But also: The Craft!!
At least we’ve still got a good three months to find the perfect cutoffs and picnic blankets.
Stanley Kubrick, in an interview about A Clockwork Orange.
I love this quote and I feel it really encapsulates the way I feel about film violence too. The entertainment industry can’t take all the blame for violent crimes when there are so many different factors in our modern environment that make disturbed people do the terrible things that they do.
Read more about directors’ thoughts on film violence here.
(Also: I swear I read more than just Flavorwire! I do! It’s just that their stuff is often so ripe for re-blogging.)