It’s an obscure documentary made by an independent filmmaker Roy Westler, it was kind of hard to track a copy down, but lucky for me I found the website where I purchased this awesome documentary. I saw this on PBS, and it was just beautiful.
Charlie Kaufman is da JEW, BITCH!!! The man has mad writing skills. It feels so strange when you watch it, it’s like he wrote his experiences while adapting a book about Orchards, but what you’re watching is what has been written. What a mind bender!
Quentin Tarantino, what would we do without him. I’m getting into romantic comedies, it’s certainly a weird transition, I usually like seeing things die in a very bloody and grusome way. People die in TR, (I love that scene in the hotel, the shotgun scene) but it’s still a nice film, I put it on when I go to sleep. “Georgia peach”.
Better than Sling Blade? They’re about even I say. Anywho, this film is so full of emotion yet you can’t help but to laugh at Raymond, he is such a fucking idiot!
CHARLIE:“Don’t tell anyone were counting cards”
(A hot chick sits next to Raymond)
HOT CHICK:"Hey, what are you up to?"
RAYMOND: “We’re counting cards”
Kurosawa made such a great film, I actually didin’t mind reading the captions for about 3hrs, it’s just so entertaining to watch. Unlike the Sturges adaptation known as “The Magnificent Seven”, which I did not like. There’s just something about the bald guy from The Ten Commandments that I hate, I think its his voice, too damn deep. I like all the characters in the film, it’s rare to see something this good.
THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES
"Dying ain’t much of a living, boy!"
This is definately in my top 20, i’m a huge Clint Eatwood fan and it’s mostly because of this film. He sort of reprises the same character from Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns, only in this one he actually has a name and a heart. I saw this film on TBS and I absolutely liked it, and now I own a copy, still waiting for a special edition.