film. comment. shower scenes. from the paris of the rockies.
Honestly, I fail to see the appeal of this film. I've only seen it once and am dying to see it again (Atrain, you need to call me). Does anyone care to enthrall me with their acumen?
do you really want to hurt me, joaquin? do you really want to make me cry?
First there are kisses, then there are lies... ;)I don't think this is a bad film, it just didn't grab me like other Coen movies. I've only seen it once on a shitty VHS tape and desperately want to see it again on DVD. On a giant plasma screen. With surround sound. Atrain, you really need to call me.
I admit Miller's Crossing is a little plot-heavy for it's own good, but everything else about it is just too damnned perfect. Go back and really watch the posted clip. Everything about that scene is so right and that's how the whole movie plays out. The world of Miller's Crossing feels lived-in and that lends a lot to my affection for this film. And is there a more lonelier image than a wind-swept fedora dancing across a deserted forest floor to Burwell's great oboe theme? I really love this movie.
Well then let's watch it on your super bad ass set up, dawg!
see? see?! aaron's got my back! "i'm sick of the high hat!!"
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