Im glad I had a box of tissues handy for the end of the walking dead season 1 (Video Game).
Its weird sitting on hold and o2 choose golden brown by the stranglers.
Im so confused, I have no idea what I am going to do when I leave Uni with my undergraduate degree. Its like I want to do a Film based masters degree, but the institution of a University type system really takes the respect/tradition out of filmmaking. I want to enrol in 1970s film school, where masters like: Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese studied.
Vogue Turkey December 2013 by Cüneyt Akeroğlu
nice to see some motherfucking turks up in this
i live for melted cheese at 4 in the morning.
The techniques Nicolas Winding Refn uses in Drive gives the audience a real respect for Driving as an Art form, and a dangerous one at that. Cars are seen as dangerous, and can do serious levels of damage, even in the right hands. Dissimilar to most Hollywood car chase scenes that are littered with police pileups and ramps that send cars flying across the city. Drive offers a more genuine experience. The cars the Driver uses can be considered an extension of his own mind and body.
Things I love about Drive is that its kinda like a Grimm fairytale shot in modern day Los Angeles. Drive can be labeled as neo-noir due to the gritty film noir elements used in the storytelling and filming process. The deep shadows, low-key lighting set a tone throughout the film, the feeling of imminent doom plagues over the movie. The Driver is a quintessential Los Angeles hero because of his anonymous background, this makes him more dangerous and yet more romantic on screen, only his behaviour speaks for him.
i forgot how much i love Drive.