The first independent film to gross more than $200 million, Pulp Fiction was a shot of adrenaline to Hollywood’s heart, reviving John Travolta’s career, making stars of Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, and turning Bob and Harvey Weinstein into giants. How did Quentin Tarantino, a high-school dropout and former video-store clerk, change the face of modern cinema? Mark Seal takes the director, his producers, and his cast back in time, to 1993.
drug companies hiding the results of clinical trials.
This week on Comedy Bang! Bang! - Michael Cera!
Introducing the Source Filmmaker (by SourceFilmMaker)
Jet Set Radio HD coming soon with awesome soundtrack promised. Exciting!
This line is as good as/better than the
“Yes, I am serious and don’t called me shirley.” line thing.
Another Comedy Bang Bang preview clip this time with Zach Galifianakis.
Primer - Full Movie (by mvjstrikesagain).
This movie is great. There’s really no excuse now - Primer is on YouTube for free. Best representation and exploration of time travel in a movie.
More humor next trailer? (via Coming Distractions: Trailer: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter)
“One in three people in Switzerland download unauthorized music, movies and games from the Internet and since last year the government has been wondering what to do about it. … The overall conclusion of the study is that the current copyright law, under which downloading copyrighted material for personal use is permitted, doesn’t have to change.” Wow, that sounds like almost reasonable and understandable copyright law.