Usually slow ones. With plots that seem far more complex than they are. I like to feel I’m furthering myself rather than enjoying myself.
Margin Call was pretty absorbing considering the plot never leaves the office. And I spend enough of my time in a oh so similar office as it is.
My attention waned during Moneyball. Never understood Baseball. Or tried to. But I really enjoyed several of the scenes where Billy Beane (Brad) lost his rag. Smashing the changing room water cooler was pretty great.
I also really like Jonah Hill. And even more so; the idea that he studied Economics at Yale.
So yeah. 2 films. both watched in the dead of a Saturday night. alone. Make of the this what you will.
make an edgy movie somewhere in south america and you’ve got me doing some of your advertising for you.
& piece half your trailer together with something (this) from the below gentleman and i’ll even do your admin.
There are rappers and there are emcees. There are directors and there are auteurs.
I like movies. But I love films.
This little piece of beauty starring the homegirl Rita and the homeboy Chico falls under the latter.
I’m a sucker for cornrows and manicured toes. I’m a sucker for Romance.
Jazz, Cuba, Art, Boy meets Girl. This movie film is one for the romantics.
PS – Tito Puente, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie all star.
Trailer after the jump.
I like funny. If you like funny you’ll like this movie.
Especially if you heart Marisa Tomei.
Any man who says he doesn’t heart Marissa Tomei doesn’t have one.
Jonah Hill and John C. Reilly just make me laugh.
When I look at them I laugh. If I want to laugh, I just think, ‘Where’s my picture of Jonah and John?’
I would give you a little synopsis of the movie, offering my two cents.
But why do that when the trailer gives you your money’s worth?