It’s my cake day and all I have is Vanny Devito.
THIS IS MY FAVOURITE THING EVER
Seeing this and The jeff goldblum laugh loop made today unique.
From the start, All Is Lost understands what makes the survival genre great: an uncompromising dedication to what happens on the screen and a refusal to linger over why it happens or what it means. It’s easy to miss just how many narrative embellishments the average film indulges in until you see a film like this one, with almost none. Almost every survival film boils the plot tension down to its essence: one man against the world. But I can’t think of another film in the genre that strips it all quite so bare.
The Rumpus Review Of All Is Lost by Larry Fahey
Train don’t give a fuck
CHOO CHOO MOTHER FUCKER SUCK MY DICK
~Dashing though the snow~
GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY
- Does he have Alzheimer’s?
- No, he just believes what people tell him.
- That’s too bad.
Written by Bob Nelson
Directed by Alexander Payne
I’ve been thinking so hard about what my favorite movie of the year was. Finally, I realized that it was “Nebraska.” Just watched it for the second time and it felt funnier and more emotional than the first viewing. A lot of good films came out this year, but this one had everything in my opinion.
I think it was over looked by the academy, yet so was “Shawshank Redemption.”
June Squib deserved Best supporting actress, in my honest opinion (yet I’m not mad about the academy’s choice).
My favorite Payne film to date.