Posts Tagged ‘Sight & Sound’
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged A D & Jeremy Talk about Movies, A D Jameson, Barbara Kopple, Ben Stiller, Brad Stevens, Burgess Meredith, Christopher Walken, Cole Porter, Denholm Elliott, Diane Keaton, Elaine May, Francis Ford Coppola, Gena Rowlands, Gene Wilder, Gordon Willis, IMDb, In a Persian Market, Ingmar Bergman, Jason Biggs, Jean Luc Godard, Jeremy M. Davies, Julie Delpy, King Lear, Madonna, Martin Scorsese, Mia Farrow, Molly Ringwald, Myrna Loy, Norman Mailer, Philip Glass, Procol Harum, Richard Kelly, Sam Waterston, Sandman, Scarlett Johansson, Sight & Sound, Southland Tales, Tony Roberts, Tori Amos, Wallace Shawn, Woody Allen, Zero Mostel on June 22, 2011 | 21 Comments »
- Near Masterpieces
Jeremy agreed to go along with this, albeit with certain objections.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged 8½, A D & Jeremy Talk about Movies, A D Jameson, Alain Resnais, Alan Rudolph, Annie Hall, Brad Stevens, Cassandra’s Dream, Celebrity, Chronicles of Prydain, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Curse of the Cat People, David Bordwell, Deconstructing Harry, Djuna Barnes, Drôle de drame, Elaine May, Ernest Hemingway, Federico Fellini, George Lucas, Gremlins 2, Gustav Mahler, Hamlet, Ingmar Bergman, Jean Luc Godard, Jeremy M. Davies, Joe Dante, Jon Lovitz, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Kenneth Branagh, Killer of Sheep, La Dolce Vita, La Strada, Larry David, Les Enfants du Paradis, Lolita, Lucinella, Manuel de Oliveira, Match Point, Melinda and Melinda, Midnight in Paris, Owen Wilson, Philip Glass, Scoop, Sight & Sound, Sleeper, Small Time Crooks, Stardust Memories, Starry Night, Sweet and Lowdown, Take the Money and Run, Terrence Malick, The Designated Mourner, The Moderns, The New Yorker, Thundarr the Barbarian, Tina Brown, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Vilmos Zsigmond, Vincent Van Gogh, Vivre sa vie, Wallace Shawn, Whatever Works, Wild Grass, Wild Strawberries, Woman in the Dunes, Woody Allen, X-Men: First Class on June 20, 2011 | 12 Comments »
[Last weekend, en route to Madagascar, Jeremy M. Davies swung by my Chicago atelier to hear my neighbor perform Mahler’s "Quartet for Strings and Piano in A Minor" on his singing saw. Fifteen minutes in, two other friends stopped by, bearing bootleg DVDs of three new films: Midnight in Paris, The Tree of Life, and X-Men: First Class. The singing saw forgotten, I fired up my video projector, and a marathon viewing ensued. Hours later, our guests departed, Jeremy and I recorded the following conversation.]
A D: Jeremy, when did you give up on Woody Allen?
Jeremy: Small Time Crooks.