Thanks for this article.
Humphreys and Nice were also part of these incidents:
Humphreys knocks a woman down for alleged fare jumping on the MAX. The ticket machine was broken.
Kyle Nice is involved in a road rage incident where he pulled out his weapon.
Also lets not forget the I am Chris Humphreys Rally:
That's my attempt at the emoticon.
also think it won THREE academy awards for the plane surfing scene
pretty sure it was Dulles airport in D.C., not Chicago
"Surfed"? John McClane may wrestle a goddamned fighter jet out of the sky with his bare hands, but no, Mr. Henriksen, he does not "surf", thank you. These are not your Grandmother's action flicks where Neo doesn't fly when Johnny Castle simply fades into the sea, nor are they genre-besmirching travesties opening with 007's assault on North Korea via "hanging-ten". These are fucking Die Hard movies. So please, let's not have this maligning of awesomeness.
Cool, you gonna review "London After Midnight" next?
Back in '95, I took Mike Scheckla, the Trail Blazer's mascot Hippy Fan, to see Bootsy Collins with Funkadelic and the Mothership at Fort Mason in San Francisco. As we passed through Oakland 19th Street Station, he was talking Ebonics to a brother on the BART, bragging about how we were going to the show. I figured that were going to be the only cracker asses at the venue. When we got there, the place was packed with nothing but a bunch of white college kids. Nobody else could afford the tickets.
Groove Is In The Heart
Or, rather, I want curtains that look like that woman.
Or, rather, I want wallpaper that looks like those curtains.
I want that wallpaper.
Re: E. Henriksens comment "HOLY MOTORS might very well be this years the Emperor wears no clothes." Nope. That award goes to LEVIATHAN.
Yeah, my inner 12 year old would NEVER have been soo fucking gulible as to have fallen for this load of horseshit!
And it's really disappointingly that such a crappy Hollywood flick was directed by the same guy who made the EPIC Død Snø. Yet further proof that money corrupts!
"When a nurse is fired, we're deprived of even the meager entertainment of knowing what exactly she did to deserve it, and a creepy but brief dream sequence offers an all-too-short reprieve."
Not sure how you could fault in the dream sequence as it was most beautifully shot. Perhaps you missed the subtle inference to what would later come. It seemed pretty clear to me and the audience what the maid did to get fired. Perhaps you missed it as you were too busy finding ways to nitpick a film that is, as you put it, "universally greeted with adoration." I suppose it's true what they say: a true cynic can find fault in any work of art.
In this fine film, we see Quentin Tarantino has fallen back on a clearly established formula, distinctively, Tarantino. It has all of the chops of Kill Bill and Basterds, but without the rich character development of KB or the depth of foreshadowing of 'Terds. More artistic than most movies, but not up to the height of the bar which the auteur himself has set. As far as the genre goes, "Once Upon A Time in the West," is the best, while the most iconic character remains Clint Eastwood's portrayals of the unnamed stranger. Perhaps QT is saving his energy for a tour de force in the up coming "Kill Bill Three" in 2014?
you're so cute, DamosA. precious.
the evidence you're demanding is being housed on-site within Area 51, encrypted on a space titanium flash drive inside the 2nd stomach of reptilian alien #4327C.....on that same drive you'll also find the evidence proving that the moon landing never happened, that 9/11 was perpetrated by koala bears, that Kennedy was shot by his wife at point-blank range, and that Hitler was actually black (and Jewish).
You got any EVIDENCE to prove it IS true???
@Clifton Brooks: Have you got any evidence to back up that assertion?
That this "film" operates on the glaringly false premise that bin Laden was killed in 2011 makes it the first major cinematic FAIL of 2013! Screw this American garbage!
This movie is trash and glamorizes the American atrocity which is the “War on Terror.” Well over a year after Bin Laden’s death and over 10 years since 9/11, American citizens are still blindly allowing their civil liberties to be taken away one piece of legislation at a time in the naming of fighting terrorism. Even our own citizens can be detained and tortured without trial. What difference did it make killing Bin Laden and Hussein if nothing has changed? You can read much more about living in this Orwellian society of fear and see my visual response to these measures on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/09…
2012 was actually pretty awesome. Any year in which P.T. Anderson releases a film is a good year.
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