Thursday, December 28, 2017

What to expect before seeing Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi

I believe it will be 10/10 the middle and then 5/10 at the beginning and end.

In fact, I’m going to walk out when the cheesy ending cliffhanger happens. PSH. I’m not falling for that Hollywood Movie Magic.

This would be 3 for 3 in a row for female protagonist.

It will be a great soundtrack, but bad story line and great cast. So the plot thickens.

Then my next round of guess is who dies? I believe Kylo Ren will die to the hand of the next sith, he already is vulnerable with his scar.

Then I believe Oscar ISsac Will become the leader of the rebellion and get suspicious of Luke Skywalker’s training, and then deface his ego and that will be when Ren will be torn between the rebellion and the Empire and lead a story on her own path.

But of course, it will be less complicated so that’s why I don’t give the story hope. I am seeing this because it got a 93% (by critics ) on rotten tomatoes and I like the soundtracks, even if it’s not John Williams, and will make an exception for the Harry Potter blockbusters too.

For some reason I want to say this will be my last non-indie movie in theaters because as a directory/ photographer. I’m not voting with my dollars. Thanks for reading and share if you agree that the Star Wars movies start slow and have poor plot lines because there never plans to be an end!

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Three Billboards Over Ebbing Missouri l 9.5


This was a lot better than expected. Again a female protagonist. I couldn't say this was anything I could make on my own and say as much as the cast was involved it had the same actor "fruit loops" as lady bird.

I will have to say one thing that I am not good at story telling and would be dragged along w/ any outcome. I can say that the because the guy from Idaho knew Willoughby I could agree that it was him.

Be cause there never was a suspect it might be.

The end of a movie is funny especially in a theater because the audience is sitting there with a lot of questions. I remember seeing the circle and afterwards their was a live q and a with the director. "Why did you change the story?" "What was it like choosing location?" "Was the messages supposed to be like that?" Blah. And  This would have torn the director apart. It's like going to an art exhibit and not caring who the artist is. While not every movie experience can be as great as a screening, it definitely annoyed me walking out without knowing the ending.

Also, whoever wrote the story really had it out for .com america. Like let's kill sheriff, put up nonymous messages,  burn down all the settings, destroy every love with cancer or divorce and get everyone drunk and angry. Whereas online you can't  get heard, you don't need to be held accountable, and you can pretend their is no one policing your online activity, and everyone moves on to the next trending topic.

Best scene was the office with the camera behind the boots of the chief. The worst was beer can thrown at the car it was even more unrealistic. Than the deer behind the billboard.

The Final Preview No Spoilers of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

THREE Bilboards..
I think this week have a good cast and better story. From what I have known it's very artsy, and there will be several dialogues happening. From the amazon and online browsing I saw a screenplay available so it lets me know that I should pay a lot of the setting. Since the movie is 2 hours I don't see it being that great all the way and hope that the best scenes are not last.

I Do like the idea of larger than life symbolism and lastly, this again is contingent.dollars a main female protagonist. Great some people just walked into the theater I should probably get a refund now. Luckily I have a earplugs that block background noise.

Lady Bird 8/10

Somewhere between a 7.25- and 8.75

Yes, it was a little new age. The movie was full and I guess it was a romantic comedy. It was like watching silver linings playbook because it felt theatrical while there was a lot of emotional backdrop.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Ladybird Preview


This is on my top 10 because it just seemed interesting. I am seeing this and the Billboards over misosurri. Yes extremely low profile movies and both run around 2 hours back to back. At this point I've rated a good deal of movies and usually come away liking 1-2 of a three category feature. A movie is seen as trivial to a lot of people and not a shared experience and I wonder how I view movies since it's usually an adaption of a book. It's kind of like a museum experience reading the type description and then experiencing it. So category one is the soundtrack, category 2 is cast, and category 3 is director or storytelling. If there would be a ANOTHER IT would be costume design.

Ladybird seems like a true story so I think it will simply just have a good  soundtrack and cast. What i think will happen is that ladybird actress will be a disruptor since that's what people want to see and since it's about religion I think that there will be a strong resolution at the end since most religion stories do.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

2018: A Year Of Art

The First Resolution I would be is to become a rigid person LOL

Possibly a MONK who devotes his life to a stern wooden bed frame in a house I vow to never leave to a career of ritual.

Or maybe I will be a dog trainer, or a web developer, or a satire cartoonist. Either way I want to become something.

  1. For the second resolution I want the freedom to be able to travel and take many more spontaneous trips not only to write about but to explore with art and photography.

  1. My 3rd resolution is that wan to have a year of art. Trying different styles. 2015 was a year of reading 52 books on business, 2016 was a year of reading only fiction, and 2017 was a year of only writing, which turned out to be successful. So now is a year of art, and that’s one piece of art a day. Which is basically what I am doing now with writing. And then highlight the good parts and compile into the best of. To get started on this I will need a good sketch book, and to not lose all my art pencils like I usually do.

  1. Minimalist life in a backpack. I am almost there, since I have less than 8 pounds of clothes, and all of my things fit into two medium tupper bins, and will get it one once I replace my propane stove, kettle, and printer, cot, into something collapsible.

  1. I plan to develop a KPI of a full length project and to no work on too many projects at once, especially if they are new and have not finished my past projects. To do this I will be better at keeping physical folders of projects and limit it to 7 projects and 3 paused projects.

  1. Resolution to take more photos of me and my dog and puppies daily at my job. Because everyone likes to see photos of your dog, since most of my family is dead to me or just obsolete.

  1. My 7th resolution is lift 150 pounds daily and to run a total of 16 miles each week. Surprisingly this will be the most expensive resolution as a gym membership will be needed and 3 sneakers to about almost $500 total. But could compromise if I get a streak of 3 months.

  1. Resolution to be the best version of myself everyday. I remember when I would leave the house in jeans and a polo, and think “preppy” Now I won’t leave the house without a full suit and only black and white with large rim glasses and a complete buzz every two weeks. I just bought a double edge razer so now will shave more often without worry so much, and stay well-groomed.

  1. Resolution to be fluent in writing and reading french and spanish and chinese, or cross one thing off my bucket list each month.

  1. Resolution to use a day planner, Google Calendar and upgrade my Unhinged Titan Workbook to a smaller micro planner and reminder from the index cards to rolodex.

  1. Resolution to not read any books and focus inwardly completely and cut all bad relationships and bad ties from my past including California, Facebook/ Social Media, Family, and old friends to completely start new and be self sufficient and focus on my business, and basically let Shit Hit The Fan

  1. Keep my domains running smoothly for one year and update with big increments quarterly and internally update weekly.

Monday, October 30, 2017

Nerdex 80's Vibe, The Stranger Things 2 Review | WaitWhy

    Of course its better but in what way, whas the dialogue up to par of the first? Yes and who was the main protagonist and antagonist. First this isn’t the first time I came away with mixed feelings but I finished the season in a weekend. Some questions remain are what about the dog in the fridge and what about the doctor in the stairwell and what about the psychic who was number 8, she doesn't look El's age, at all?

    The show ranked a 10/10, its something I strive to do as a director, and is pretty much the Goosebumps of this generation.

    The best scene was probably the one where arcade guy tried to get a date with Mike’s Sister, I liked the sound effects of the bag particularly.

    I have to draw a line in the sand, that this is the final perfect review without changing the soundtrack. I absolutely loved the Soundtrack in the context of Season 1, but now I have to take it as Goosebumps that will not veer away from its audience's taste. Really? I was waiting for some new songs, like Hanging lights and Hazmats, and more but I couldn’t get any. And I was waiting for more 80’s references in wake of Ready Player One, but there was non either unless you call Middle School Parking Lots and White Noise, and cabins a good setting for a scary movie.

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