Desperado (1995) – source: Columbia Pictures The El Mariachi “re-maquel” brought director Robert Rodriguez to a worldwide audience with an explosive statement that had Steve Buscemi, Quentin Tarantino, and a bucketload of bullets going for the hard sell. A shoot ‘em up tale of vengeance, Desperado wastes little time with convoluted narratives, instead investing in creatively choreographed villain culling as The Mariachi (Antonio […]Read more "Films We Shouldn’t Forget: Desperado"
Come quietly or there will be…trouble.Read more "Totes Quotes"
Poor postman – he wasn’t even supposed to be here today!Read more "My Life in Film #15"
Unholier than thou.Read more "Totes Quotes"
Film has long been an addiction and instrumental in forming some of the friendships and relationships that are of most importance to me. Film has influenced the language that I use, the books that I read and the music that I listen to. Most of all, film has been there for me at pivotal moments […]Read more "My Life in Film #14"
“It’s not what you say, it’s the way you say it!” If I had a shiny new pound coin for every time I’d heard that, I’d be a rich, rich man. Trouble is, it’s not exactly accurate is it? Great dialogue transcends both the performance and the film from whence it came and has the […]Read more "Totes Quotes"
My idols are dead and my enemies are in power. Oh, this song’s about me, my life, my hate. Whether a corporate sell out or a manufactured band, whether fallen on black days or in the end, so numb. Each song a suicide note, each chorus cries for help. We punch the air and sing […]Read more "Forever 27 No Longer"