Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. tween_spirit

    tween_spirit Senior member

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    Yeah I'm with you. Now he's just reaching in the wrong way. I was hesitant to post it because he's such a nice guy but like.. that had to be shared with the world.
     
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    I remember that the monkey scene was sad but I don't remember the scene in itself. :confused:

    Darwin's coat was nice.
     
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    what is this movie ? the trailer looked incredible, i've not even heard of it :foo:
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    Just watch it, it is difficult to explain really, and it is kinda like pan's labyrinth in that 80% of the goodness of the movie is the visuals
     
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    pan's labyrinth was great i enjoyed it.

    did you saw The Fountain ??
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    Yes, pretty movie, too cerebral for me at points. Haven't watched it since it came out though, so maybe I could form better ideas about it now...

    If you haven't seen Tree of Life, it is very good as well. Good costuming and beautiful visuals, very Fountain-esque in some scenes. Paradise Now is another movie I rewatched recently. Very good
     
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    I loved the Fountain but everyone finds it supercorny, which it kinda is but still...
     
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    wat who said that !? it was so good, and the starry scenes were actually super-high res microscopic images of bacteria interacting with some chemicals :eek:
     
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    a coworker just saw me wearing my Bal puffy and asked "hey is that your zoolander fashion jacket?". Yes my man it is.:slayer:
     
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    :nodding:
     
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    Wow. Two people in the same place who like The Fountain?? I knew you guys were my fave people on here (assuming you actually aren't really the same person). Love it to bits. Probably one of my top films ever actually. And this is with it being as schmalzy as it was. "Death is the road to awe".

    Plan on watching Tree of Life tomorrow as well. Looking forward to that.
     
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    Damn shame. Guess it was too slow?

    Anyone here see Melancholia? Really enjoyed that as well. Beautiful and moving film.
     
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    They didn't bother releasing Tree of Life widely here, the only place that got it was an art cinema in midtown. I can imagine why though, I mean, look at the quality of movies coming out...which leads me to why Netflix is so good. I have spent so much time watching incredible foreign movies that would just be impossible to ever see around here, not to mention amazing classics like spaghetti westerns or basically the entirety of kurasawa's films
     
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