Well, you know, I have to throw Arbo and Bill a bone once in a while.
What a great movie that probably is.
If by great you mean poorly acted and filled with softcore lesbianism, then yes, you're right, it is great.
As it happens, that's exactly what I meant.
I know you well my blogging brother.
You have too many blogs. How did I miss following this one for so long? Great stuff here. I love breaking down a scene frame by frame like this. This particular one's virtues seem to be, um, other than cinematic, but well, you know what I mean.
Too many?! Never! Ed, I like Unexplained Cinema because it allows me to post impressions of movies I get from individual shots without, as the title of the blog would suggest, explaining it. It's great to do absolutely no writing on the posts themselves.Frankly I think it can make for livelier discussion but the blog simply doesn't have the audience for that yet, maybe never will.
I love breaking down a scene frame by frame like this.I know, what a great idea - I could just scream.
You know, it took me a full fucking day to get this. I kept thinking, "Okay, he's clearly mocking, but why?" And then this minute it hit me: 31 Screams! It's a good thing there are people like me, willing to admit it took 24 hours to get a simple joke.
You are the good earth.
[Greg recalls how kind Chinky was to him]Sigh.
Chinky loves yellow. If only Chinky had been Alice's boyfriend instead of Harvey Keitel.
But then she never would've met Kris Kristofferson and how many times do you get the chance to meet a guy named "Chris" that spells it "Kris," all girly and shit? Not bloody often I can tell you.
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