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  1. Gold warehouse
    February 20th, 2015 01:09 PM
    Gold warehouse
    hey. yeah im familiar with letterbox'd but mostly use rateyourmusic for music and film.

    i'm back in the UK, currently in Falmouth but soon to be in Brighton. hbu?
  2. maccrash
    February 19th, 2015 03:26 PM
    yeah I thought I was ready for it )': I'll probably watch The Seventh Seal sometime soon. I feel like there's definitely something in Persona that I just wasn't picking up on that first time, so someday. maybe I will love it eventually.
  3. maccrash
    February 19th, 2015 02:50 PM
    oopsies I forgot to respond. man when I went to see Inherent Vice there were like 5 other people in the audience and it was opening weekend. they were all 50+ too. the voiceovers were great. Josh Brolin was psyducking hilarious in it, the scene where he's eating the chocolate covered banana in the car made me lose my muk and I don't even know why. and the end when he dumped the tray of weed into his mouth was also quite priceless. and did it really make you interested in the book? if anything it turned me off completely from it, I feel like that kind of meandering in a book would be totally uninteresting. and this is from someone whose favorite novel is Infinite Jest. (I'm not sure what that actually means, but I guess it implies I'm not averse to meandering in books? IJ has zero plot and I still love it. maybe I just need to dislodge my head from my ass)

    jesus christ seeing that with a live score sounds really, really cool. I loved Under the Skin the first time I saw it, but the second time a lot of the things that I found really interesting or Clever or Well-Done just kind of felt... hokey. or something. the only scene that affected me like it did the first time was the scene where you see the guy, like, pop. that still psyducks me up. and everything after the deformed guy I didn't really enjoy as much, but the ending is really, really cool. and I was less wowed by the cinematography. so maybe I should have just not watched it again and stayed impressed by it.

    anywho, I watched Persona yesterday, and I didn't like it much. honestly, I think I was expecting something totally off-the-rails, and I think I hyped it up too much going in. my favorite scenes were the beginning and end and the part in the middle where the film reel like, explodes. everything else felt KIND OF disposable and I found Bibi Andersson's character deeply annoying. but I did some reading up on it after and I think I missed a fair bit. I'll have to watch again at some point.
  4. Rest
    February 18th, 2015 08:49 AM
    Ah right, skipped over the date. Sharing a space with St. Vincent is a life goal of mine, and I reckon I'll be able to check her out if she plays at Singapore again next year with Laneway Festival. Lucky-ass Londoners.

    Okayyyy. I'll just be here listening to Black Messiah on repeat. I'm actually crazy on The Soulquarians right now. Been listening to a lot of Erykah Badu, D'Angelo, Common, J Dilla and The Roots in the past week, and it's been like perpetual zen every day. Pretty cool feeling, would highly recommend it.
  5. Rest
    February 18th, 2015 03:15 AM
    BOOOO *throws greasy movie popcorn at Cat* Tell me 'bout them later, ya scum.

    Make sure you're standing front-and-center when Annie plays Krokodil. She does a crowd surf and you can briefly graze your hand on her angel-skin if you're lucky.
  6. shenanigans
    February 17th, 2015 02:37 PM
    dunno if it's for good yet, haha. will see how it goes
  7. Rest
    February 17th, 2015 07:09 AM
    I'm actually so jealous right now that I might just throw up. You should know that this is where I start getting resentful towards you. Don't be telling me you're gonna go see St. Vincent and FKA twigs and muk sometime soon too.
  8. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:35 PM
    me being me, i knew that before i watched it's such a beautiful day.
  9. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:28 PM
    people shouldn't need convincing ):
  10. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:23 PM
    it's as if you're surprised that i like him!!!
  11. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:22 PM
    way ahead of you ;]
  12. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:19 PM
    legitimately all we ever do is chat total muk
  13. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:18 PM
  14. shenanigans
    February 16th, 2015 01:07 PM
  15. maccrash
    February 16th, 2015 08:30 AM
    psyduckin Dog Star Man. and yeah I'm glad I didn't watch ISABD in the middle of the day because I would have been completely incapacitated for the rest of it. and I thought the same thing while watching. I didn't even realize it was three separate films until I was like two thirds of the way through.

    I'm gonna watch Days of Heaven today and get back to you. I'm definitely gonna go see Knight of Cups when it rolls around, even if it sucks plot-wise it's bound to be beautiful and I'd love to see one of his films on the Big Screen. that sounds like a good plan for Thin Red Line. one of my friends might own the blu-ray, I'll see about nabbing it from him.

    yeah I really didn't like The Master: him and Phillip Seymour Hoffman (who's probably my favorite actor ever) were pretty much the entire reason I didn't bail after the first hour or so. the cinematography was stunning as well, so that's something. Amy Adams was great in it too. but holy muk the ending to that movie was soooooo corny. Inherent Vice on the other hand I liked a fair amount because it was just hugely entertaining. it was nice to kind of get totally swept up in that world for a couple hours, and I'd read Pynchon before so I already knew that it wasn't exactly going to be a super coherent film. unfortunately I still haven't seen Her which is terrible of me. I'll most certainly check out Imitation of Life.

    christ man you sure see a lot of movies. that's quite impressive. did you ever see Under the Skin and if so what did you think of it?

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  • About Mr Cat Dog
    My name is Jon. I used to be a Super Moderator here until about 2005. I came back in 2011 and was one AGAIN for a year, for some weird-ass reason! Now I just lurk. I'm British, live in London, and am a lawyer.
    Film/TV reviewing/watching; lawyering; snarking on the internet; eating; sleeping, gymming. In roughly that order.
    London, UK
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    Lapras, Aerodactyl, Lanturn, Girafarig, Heracross, Houndoom, Kingdra, Cradily, Milotic, Magnezone, Rotom, Excadrill, Chandelure, Greninja, Aegislash, Aurorus
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Posted April 2nd, 2015 at 02:25 AM by Mr Cat Dog Comments 5
Posted inCulture... meh!

Apologies for those expecting a [I]Futurama[/I] reference, but I can assure you that I have not missed a 'the' in the title of this blog post.

I assume that maybe three people will check this out (those three being shenanigans, maccrash and Rest), but I thought I'd do my part to publicise the brilliant new short animated film [I]World of Tomorrow[/I] by Don Hertzfeldt. The brief...

Posted April 6th, 2014 at 06:07 AM by Mr Cat Dog Comments 1
So I wake up this morning, have a shower, get dressed, open up Twitter: all standard Sunday morning stuff. And then this pops up on my Twitter feed:


Posted March 10th, 2014 at 03:18 PM by Mr Cat Dog Comments 6
So... it's been a while! But it'll be worth it when you see evidence of my visit to London's first [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_cafe"]cat cafe[/URL]! Similar to the ones in Japan, Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium opened up on March 1 of this year in London (about 15 minutes from my house)... and it's already fully booked up until June! Deservedly so, as well. Home to about 10 rescue kitties - all adorable - it's a supremely relaxing environment where you can read a good book (on offer...

Posted December 11th, 2013 at 07:37 AM by Mr Cat Dog Comments 1
Posted inCulture... meh!
[agelimit]people aged 13 or over[/agelimit]
A bit of background is necessary for this one, as it's my favourite in this burgeoning 'series' of blog posts and a bit of context goes a long way.

At the end of last month, in and around Thanksgiving, I went to the US for just over a week to visit some friends out there (one in New York who is from there originally, the other in Virginia who's doing an internship at NATO for 6 months). I'm lucky enough to have been to NYC a number...

Posted November 6th, 2013 at 01:33 PM by Mr Cat Dog Comments 5
Posted inCulture... meh!
A pretty interesting article comparing Nintendo's recent fortunes to those of Walt Disney Animation Studios in the early 1980s.

If you like either of those things (whether recent or from the early 1980s), I suggest checking out [URL="http://gameological.com/2013/11/for-our-consideration-nintendo-could-learn-from-disney/"]this article[/URL].

Let me know what you think in the comments!

(I haven't totally left this place forever, just yet. :D)
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