Oh yeah, Depp, didn't recognize him without that dead chicken on his head.
The Loft: My mistake, I didn't see it on the schedule. I'll make the change here.
Boogie Nights is the first film in the PTa series, playing Thursday, November 6 at 7pm. 35mm print too.
Memphis plays Sunday at Noon!
I don't know - I think the scene where all the people Brian is telling to stop following him blindly, and start thinking for themselves, repeat everything he says verbatim, is arguably just as funny as the "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" number at the end - and "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" is completely hysterical.
Wolfcop screens on SATURDAY the 27th at 9:15pm. See you there!
Bright Star is one of the best dramas I've seen all year! The cast was amazing, and the music haunting. Here's a great interview I found with Abbie Cornish talking about her character in the film, and how she turned to Keats' original poetry to answer questions during filming. You can find it here:
Jane Campion is truly one of the most influential female voices in film today, and I don't think anyone else could have captured the essence of Keats' story like her!
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