Yeah I think he's the best at that. He's not especially handsome, average height, not a great actor but he's got something else.
Oh shit Machete Kills has a cameo from Musk plus what amounts to an advert for Space X at the end. Up to a minute ago you could say that the bad guy was Musk but that switch-up loses the film a few points.I'm assuming he didn't really make a third one despite the adverts as the joke has already worn desperately thin.
I was actually gonna show that at my first film night... but then on the actual day I had a crisis of confidence and decided to have a total re-think, make it a short film thing instead etc think it was the right decision.Finally watched Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees last night. Think some might find it a bit dull and irritating, but I loved it.
A beekeeper who works on missiles and fighters gets a hole drilled in his head by Mesopotamian bees then hallucinates he's become a missile, that he's several people at once, that the dead want revenge and live on the moon and want him to kill someone.
There's a Burroughs cameo and lots of 90s digital stuff. It was the first film streamed on the internet.
Exactly, I hated those scenes of two tossers smiling smugly at each other as they do a synchronized bottle dance - and the massive crowd laps it up! As if. I don't think I'm alone in that I go to a bar to get a drink and chat to me mates, not stand in a massive crush gawping at a lame show put on by idiots. After that the whole film makes no senseImagine actually being stuck behind 4 rows of people with only two bartenders on shift, spending 3 minutes making two drinks to "Hippy Hippy Shake". You'd just leave and go somewhere you could get served before next Xmas.