The Tilda Swinton mentions above made me think of "Thumbsucker".....very odd but enjoyable dramedy. Benjamin Bratt, Keanu Reeves and Vincent D'Onofrio are also in it. Hmmmmm.....I need to reinstate my Netflix account......
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Saw Moonrise Kingdom, fucking loved it. To be fair , I'm a sucker for Wes Anderson films.
Also recently watched Prometheus, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. A lot of people shit on it, but I'm not one of em.
They're not for everybody....I like all of his movies...Royal Tenenbaums especially. Moonrise Kingdom is great, though...its nice to see that there is a market for little movies like Wes Anderson's and hope he continues to make them...they're a breath of fresh air after all of the garbage that Hollywood force feeds the public...
We watched "V For Vendetta" on Monday, as is the annual tradition. I can't say underrated, but the vastly underappreciated Stephen Rea is the unsung hero of that excellent, excellent movie. He's like an old rumpled suit of a soul, with stories in every line in his face. He's fantastic, and exudes a wonderfully tender humanity in every role he plays.
"He's so out of touch and delusional that he doesn't realize his entire life is built around extravaganza." - Benjamen