“One More Time With Feeling” rarely hits any false notes. It feels authentic and truthful in a way that makes most other music documentaries feel like forgeries.
Both the film and Catcher In The Rye mirror the ideas of coming of age, and share common plot points like running away from boarding school and the main character being a melodramatic twat.
This extraordinary concoction they brew makes for one helluva spectacular show while ensuring a rag-tag horde of a cult following for them over all these years.
The tale kicks off with your typical teens/young adults driving through the woods on a delightful, sunny day in cutesy, cartoonish fashion while they hilariously splatter a happy, little rabbit. This pretty much sets the precedent of the black humor we should expect from this throwback to late '70s/early '80s horror.
MEDIA: Check out these photos of people all around the world showing solidarity with France and a willingness to do whatever Hollande says should be done, like, say, invading Syria. Everyone in the whole world seems to be saying we should invade Syria, just look at these photos if you don't believe how much we...
Jill Rappaport tells us about this 'underground explosion raging across the country,' sounding like a PR person for Doritos. Jill goes to a rave, where she interviews a large amount of 'young people' about what raving is about. It's kind of endearing. But here's the thing: every single one of those kids in that video...
Even though I haven't been interested in journalism in the past, should I still pursue it as a major?
My initial reaction was shock and appall at what appeared merciless and to some extent surreal, at least in the behavior of the black gentleman; even being familiar with the not uncommon method of suicide known as “death by cops."
We crossed the threshold into glorious gothic chaos. Leather and chains abounded. Withering white-haired men dragged by leashes affixed to their nipples, pulled by obese vaudevillian women in corsets. Yes, plural.
Morrisey, reigning king of mope-rock, has a new record out! To celebrate this glorious occasion, local art-punk provocateur Andy Warpigs has taken the time to record his first impression of each song as he heard them for the first time.