"I'm not a real person yet."
Hungary’s hottest club is Sátántangó. This new creation from slow cinema master Béla Tarr has everything: a 432 minute runtime, long takes of sad people walking in the rain, rat poison, an alcoholic doctor, a cat murderer, a money tree, MTV’s Dan Cortes, crumbling buildings, cows just hanging out, maudlin carnival music, bureaucrats typing, more rain, a God-like grifter, and communist era despair in beautiful black and white film.
Die Hard is the standard against which all modern action movies are measured. It is rare for a film to meet its standard and rarer still to surpass it. What is it about this thirty year old classic that keeps us coming back?
- It’s perfectly paced. The storytelling just feels right. Never does it feel like an interminable slog or a hurried rush to more violence.
- When there is action THERE IS ACTION but it isn’t of the…
uber driver was playing this while driving my group from the airport in louisville. while we didn’t finish it during the ride, it still rocks. i see some of myself in the radio. this is a very formative animated film for many millennials and I can’t give this anything less than five stars.