Avainsana: "juliste"

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 24.02.2014

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 24.02.2014

24.2.2014 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 10.01.2014 – 12.01.2014

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 10.01.2014 – 12.01.2014

13.1.2014 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 13.12.2013 – 16.12.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 13.12.2013 – 16.12.2013

  • Gay Talese: Peter O’Toole on the Ould Sod (Esquire, 1963)
  • Spike Jonze interviewed by NIcole Holofcener – JONZE: When I worked with him on Where the Wild Things Are, we shot the whole voice part before we went to Australia and did the movie. We had everybody together, and he was just sort of the force of nature that drove those scenes. When he was in a good mood, everybody in the room was in a good mood. And when he was in a heavy mood, everybody would be kind of heavy and quiet—he just had that kind of power. He could emanate whatever he was feeling just by being. He had that kind of charisma. Whatever he was feeling, you were going to feel it. He was this unstable, mercurial force, and everybody rode on the ocean of his mood.
  • 10 fave movie posters from 2013
16.12.2013 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 6.11.2013 – 7.11.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 6.11.2013 – 7.11.2013

7.11.2013 0 comments
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 25.08.2013

Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 25.08.2013

  • Suomalaisia elokuvajulisteita – Galleria on keskittynyt pääsääntöisesti ennen 90-luvun vaihdetta ensi-iltansa saaneisiin elokuviin.
  • The God of SNL Will See You Now – MARC MARON I think I was a little high on pot. There were some pictures facing [Mr. Michaels], and in front of the pictures was a bowl of candy. It was all very loaded. And then he just starts looking at me, to a point where Steve Higgins [then an “SNL” producer] goes, “Lorne?” And Lorne goes, “You can tell a lot by looking into someone’s eyes.” And then I took a candy. Lorne looked at Steve, and the meeting was over. I thought I failed the candy test.

    If it panned out, my life would have been dramatically different. I wouldn’t be mildly obsessed with Lorne Michaels. I talk to people about Lorne because I’m hung up on it. I feel like I need to talk to him again to get some closure. [Laughs.]

  • The Fantastic Failure of The Lone Ranger – This is most critics’ central complaint: the “unevenness,” the collision of genre elements, as if Verbinski meant to do something smooth and unified and polished but accidentally tripped and fell with an immense crash, and the resulting jagged pile of breakage is the film. But there’s no indication that he ever meant to create a tightly controlled genre narrative. He almost never does.
25.8.2013 0 comments