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  1. A Simple Plan (1998) by Sam Raimi Cast: Bill Paxton, Billy Bob Thornton, Bridget Fonda, Brent Briscoe, Chelcie Ross Music: Danny Elfman Cinematography: Alar Kivilo Yet another neo-noir and another from my top 10. Definitely the best movie of 1998. And to think, Shakespeare in Love, Roberto Benigni and Gwyneth Paltrow got their Oscars that year (fuck you, Weinstein!). A Simple Plan is absolutely perfect in every way. The direction, screenplay, cinematography, sets, edition, music, acting - everything is superb in this film. Bill Paxton (R.I.P.), Billy Bob Thornton and
  2. If there were more all-female rock n roll bands, I'd be a groupie.
  3. You must be 16 or 60. Or a very troubled individual. But also an entertaining one. Never change.
  4. Am I the only one who's curious how sex toys designed by Tim Burton would look like?
  5. Thunderheart (1992) by Michael Apted Cast: Val Kilmer, Sam Shepard, Graham Greene, Fred Ward, John Trudell Cinematography: Roger Deakins Music: James Horner A masterpiece. Flawless direction, engrossing screenplay (loosely based on real events), Roger Deakins' brilliant cinematography, James Horner's haunting score, and simply wonderful acting. Even the native amateur actors were superb, but the star in here is Val Kilmer. Between 1989 and 1993, he was at the top of his game (Kill Me Again, The Doors, Tombstone, and this one). You couldn't find a sour note in his act
  6. I love literal people... Now, go back to bed.
  7. There's no such a fucking thing as an overrated Guns tune! Get it?
  8. Of course Duff's one of them. The best bass tone in rock n roll history. The third one is John Wetton. He was a huge part of my favorite King Crimson incarnation.
  9. Amen to that. Although Cameron's biggest achievements are Titanic and Aliens, The Terminator is in my top 5 favorite films ever. It hits you like a freight train and it's so thought-provoking. The themes of AI and nuclear holocaust never resonated stronger, like in this film. James Cameron had everything a great filmmaker needed: talent, passion, vision, and a strong work ethic. Too bad he "retired" after he collected his 3 Oscars. But to this day, he's one of my all-time favorite directors and I love those 6 movies he's made in the '80s and '90s. And he's written Strange Days. And he gave the
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