Muser have you read the book? If not you then you really, really should, it's amazing.Watched Morvan Callar the other night, probably been mentioned on here before but thought it was great, nice soundtrack aswell.
ha, yes I can see that going down well. I haven't read the book, was suprised to find out it was based on a whole novel after I watched it tbh, which I guess is probably part of why its a disapointment?. I'll put it on my list of things to read soon for sure.Muser have you read the book? If not you then you really, really should, it's amazing.
Thought the film had some nice moments but was overall a bit of a let-down from the book for me (if I'd been coming to it without that context then obv I may have been able to see it in a different/better light).
Totally agree about the soundtrack though: if I were ever DJing a night and the lads in the place decided to do their thing of demanding 'one more choon' at the end, Dedicated To The One I Love would always be the tune I'd reach for in that situation.
Isn't that back to front? The drugged Aaron was supposed to get back in the box and leave that timeline so it's he who has no place in the timeline. Of course they will both be there and be aware of each other's existence so it's debatable which one is extraneous.After all Aaron1 must have known that if he uses the failsafe and drugs Aaron0 then he will become a permanent duplicate in his timeline thus he had no place in his previous life.
Morven is one of my favourite movies even having read the book first.ha, yes I can see that going down well. I haven't read the book, was suprised to find out it was based on a whole novel after I watched it tbh, which I guess is probably part of why its a disapointment?. I'll put it on my list of things to read soon for sure.
I never stopped wanting to murder them. But Moreau is incredible - check out (for example) La Baie des Anges.Saw ''Jules and Jim'' the other day and thought it was great. I wanted to murder the three lead protagonists for about half the film but it won me over in the end.
Oh and I saw ''Anvil'' last night and found it very funny/strangely moving. Not really sure how 'authentic' it is as a documentary, though. Seemed to be so Spinal Tap-pish at points that I could hardly believe it.