I just finished crewing on my first professional film shoot yesterday and wrote a real enthusiastic blog entry about it, and it somehow got half-way deleted. I’ve since deleted it fully and am trying to recall everything I wrote the first time. This is dildos, and stupid, and I’m now officially waging war on my lame fuckup laptop.
Please stand by! Please please please!! I’ll post minor entries in the meantime, but this entry means a lot to me. Gosh darn fuck all.
Thank you thank you thank you! It’s very nice to see all of you, and your blogs and stuff. I definitely post a lot more than this, but I’ve been really busy with work and partyin’ and ridin’ my bicycle.
So to kill some time before I get back to writing about movies and things, I’ll just ask more questions. Do you work? Do you like to party? Do you ride a bicycle? What’s your name, sugar tits?
First day of February. Any movies you’re excited to see this month?
The pickins look kind of slim, but “Shutter Island” looks pretty spooky, and I have a massive boner for Benicio Del Toro, so “The Wolfman” is also on my to-see list.
Though it’s slated to be released in American theatres mid-month, Jacques Audiard’s “Un prophète” was released in May of ‘09 back in France, so I had a friend hook me up over Rapidshare. It’s said to be France’s official nomination for the 2010 Academy Awards, and I can see it giving the other foreign selections a run for their money. This film is so, so powerful, and really calls to light the inherent racism towards Arabs in French society, much like Mathieu Kassovitz’s “La Haine” (1995) did for both racial minorities (Arabs and blacks), and those who live in the ghetto. If you have the chance to see “Un prophète”, I fully encourage it. “La Haine” can be found divided into chapters on YouTube, so there’s really no excuse not to watch it, unless you’re a lazy, drooly stooge who hates really amazing movies and jacks off all day and eats cheetos out of his bellybutton or something. Or her. Girls can be lazy, drooly, cheeto-eating jackoffs too, I guess.
Speaking out for movie-lovers and feminists everywhere, -Jessie