Bret Easton Ellis
Here is PART 2 of the late-night and somewhat-wasted Bret Easton Ellis Podcast Conversation with MARILYN MANSON: http://t.co/7zwklprs7c
Disney defines its brand with SAVING MR. BANKS. The Studio: is right about everything. Writers: crazy people who need to be told what to do.
The first 45 minutes of Spike Jonze's HER is the best movie of the year. The following 75 minutes are not.
Favorite lyric from "Frozen" is when Anna sings: "For years I've roamed these empty halls/Why have a ballroom with no balls?" Yes. Indeed.
Part One of BEE's late-at-night conversation with Marilyn Manson. This is a prelude before things got really dark: http://t.co/Dv8FonbmI8
Paul Walker was probably the most beautiful American movie actor of the past two decades.
As a gay man I'm appalled by certain bullying members of the gay community who distorted the Alec Baldwin case into a hate-speech narrative.
Now available: Part Two of my conversation with Kanye West on The Bret Easton Ellis Podcast. http://t.co/7zwklprs7c
"I like a moral problem so much better than a real problem." Elaine May.
I really liked THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE. Even when it kind of stumbles it's still the best American movie I've seen this fall.
"Now, that's someone I love! And you I don't even like! You got an assignment, cheapie: find my money!" Marty Augustine in The Long Goodbye.
PHILOMENA and DALLAS BUYERS CLUB are two reasons why gay men should feel completely condescended to by their naive and antiquated attitudes.
Everyone involved with PHILOMENA should know better (and they do!): Steve Coogan, Stephen Frears, The Weinstein's, Judi Dench, U.S. critics.
Extremely recommended: THE FALL, starring Gillian Anderson, with Jamie Dornan as one of the most compelling serial killers ever. NETFLIX.
Last 4 movies I've seen: COMPUTER CHESS (Bujalski, 2013), HICKEY & BOGGS (Culp, 1972), NIGHT WATCH (Hutton, 1973), NEBRASKA (Payne, 2013)...
Premiere episode of The Bret Easton Ellis Podcast debuts today: a conversation about movies with guest Kanye West. http://t.co/7zwklprs7c
"The way out of a room is not through the door. Just don't want out. And you're free…" Charles Manson.