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  • Hippiemans

    Interesting to hear about their writing process. It depends on the artist how something comes to life. Some painters take years to finish a painting while others take one day. Both can be beautiful. I really love 'Dead Poets Society'. A very touching film with great performances especially by Williams and Hawke. I am rather introvert but I think a good way of thinking about life is that you have to try things. Yes, you will fall but just get over it and continue. With that way of life you are going to experience "the journey" more. No, I have seen the movie but not this video with the Conninck Jr soundtrack. He has a really nice voice. Might be worth checking out. I've started listening to Jewel, are you a fan?

    26 Mar 16:34 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    'Hotel Paradiso' was hilarious, just like the tv-show. I remember one battle in particular where Eddie throws a fridge on Richie while he screams: "NO NO, NOT THE FRIDGE!" Not a very good movie but I really enjoyed it. :-) I only saw the first two seasons of Blackadder and I didn't who he was back then. I do have the intention to watch all the seasons one day. I actually watched a Blackadder short on Youtube called 'The Cavalier Years'. Have you seen it? Coupling and Friends have similar topics but you can feel that Coupling is really British. I love both shows. One of my favorite episodes was when they were all on the phone with each other. Another example of brilliant dialogue! I didn't know that Davenport was a fan. Nice fun fact. :-) Haven't seen 'Arrested Development' but my brother says it's pretty good. There are too many tv-shows to watch these days.

    26 Mar 16:34 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    It takes time before you're able to talk about it but I think it helps to put things in perspective. On one hand you can let everything out and on the other hand the other person can give you some new insights. I'm familiar with the song but I had never really listened closely to the lyrics before. It's very beautiful. One of my favorite Dylan songs is 'To Make You Feel My Love'. That's an absolute lyrical masterpiece.

    10 Mar 21:06 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    That just 2 hour long word battle. Amazing to watch! The older I get (sounds weird coming from a 19 year old ;-)) the more I feel interested in dialogue movies. After a while the action blockbusters tend to get too repetitive. I have seen Frozen, Broken Circle Breakdown, Jagten and Wolf of Wall Street. That's a pretty long list for me haha. I'm definitely going to watch Blue Jasmine though. My brother saw it in the cinema and said that Cate Blanchett was great indeed. I think it's sad that Di Caprio didn't win an Oscar. He has made so many modern classics that I feel he really deserves his statue. I'm biased of course since he's one of my favorite actors but I don't seem to be the only person to think so. I'm really glad that Frozen won 2 Oscars. I absolutely loved that film! It's been hard sometimes but I came through in the end. I think it has influenced me in a lot of ways (some good, some bad). It really changes your perspective on life.

    10 Mar 21:06 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Yeah, I first discovered the Young Ones when I heard their duet with Cliff Richard on the radio. Absolutely loved it! One of the greatest endings ever. "Oh no, a cliff!" :D Later I discovered "Bottom" which was even funnier imo. Have you ever seen the Bottom film called 'Hotel Paradiso'? It's great if you like the tv-show. Some fun supporting actors like Simon Pegg and Bill Nighy. True, Sheen would probably be more civil and I wouldn't feel quite safe to be in the same room as Mayall. His photo on IMDB is both scary and hilarious. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0562201/ 30 Rock sounds like a fun show. I think 'Coupling' comes closest to a 'British' Friends if you want to draw a real comparison. Have you seen it? I've heard that Cold Feet with Helen Baxendale (who of course played in Emily in Friends) is also comparable. Haven't seen that show though.

    10 Mar 21:05 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    One of the major problems is talking about it because they feel trapped in their head. There is still a certain taboo on the subject of mental illness and I have the feeling that the doctors who are trying to help know too little. I've had some encounters with mental illnesses in my family. The doctors couldn't help either and it ended in suicide. I just hope that one day they will be able to help.

    3 Mar 13:35 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    'There Will Be Blood' starts a bit slow but Paul Dano's performance is really great, better than Daniel Day Lewis imo. The last two scenes are absolutely brilliant. I think you might like it as well. Sheen's face in 'Frost vs Nixon' reminded of British actor Rick Mayall. I don't know if you familiar with him but they both have that uneasy and socially awkward look. I didn't like Woody Allen at first because I saw his more serious work when I was too young. I'm think I'm ready for the brilliant dialogues now. :-) I really love films that solely focus on dialogue like the Before trilogy. Have you seen the Oscar results? Satisfied with the results?

    3 Mar 13:35 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Yeah, my modern blog is a more random with tv-shows, music, art, … Niles was too funny not to reblog. :-) Sounds like a very beautiful episode. " The bad things don't always spoil the good things or make them unimportant" is really well put. I find hard to deal with mental problems. We know too little to cure them and are left helpless. I didn't know her but I find it so sad that somebody so young couldn't see another solution then to kill herself. We can only hope she found the peace she was looking for.

    27 Feb 8:35 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Oh, I didn't know that Michael Sheen was in 'Midnight in Paris'. I saw 'Frost/Nixon' a couple of weeks back and it was the very first time that I really knew who he was. He was great in both films. Nice guest appearance by Carla Bruni in those scenes as well. Have you ever seen 'There Will Be Blood'? Paul Dano as Eli is really somebody you love to hate. I'll watch your video later this day. :-) I didn't realize it was Sharon Stone until after I looked the film up on imdb. I really love the scene where he can't stop staring at Charlotte Rampling because the moment was so perfect. That's a really lovely scene (and Rampling is fun to look at ;-)) The dialogue in it is also brilliant. "I took one course in existential philosophy at, uh, at New York University, and on, uh, on the final... they gave me ten questions, and, uh, I couldn't answer a single one of 'em. You know? I left 'em all blank... I got a hundred."

    27 Feb 8:34 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    "I see a rhinoceros!" :D 'Midnight in Paris' is one of my favorite Allen films! It such a brilliant story and it really opened my eyes on thinking of an era too romantically. I saw a really great Allen this week, 'Stardust Memories'. You might have seen it? The dialogue is brilliant and of a course a nice visual homage to Fellini. I want to watch your video but it says you have to log in to vimeo to do so. I don't have a vimeo account atm. I do have a YouTube account though. Are you going to put the video on YouTube or should I make an account on Vimeo? Yeah, it's artwork by Pawel Kuczynski. I discovered him on Tumblr and I really like his work. He's made some really confronting works. Did you hear the news about biathlete Julia Pieper? She committed suicide with her competition rifle. I hadn't heard about her before but it really hit me hard when I read about it. Perhaps because she was my age.

    26 Feb 13:53 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    It's one of my favorite shorts. The lighting and the choreography go so well together. I found it to be very enchanting. Yeah, that would be interesting. Did you ever watch "Un Chien Andalou" or "L'age d'or"? Dali's film are very surreal. What a great performance! Very graceful indeed and great choice of song. Beautiful choreography, really breathtaking slow motion shots at the end. I think I'm going to look up some more of her performances. I read she won silver at the Winter Olympics this year (and Gold in 2010). :-)

    22 Feb 14:18 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I don't know much of ice-skating but Jason Brown really had me captivated. Beautiful performance. It's dancing on ice. I love this dance short by Norman McLaren. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-uwuH_Qix4) Have you seen it? I finished watching 'Six Feet Under' this week. Don't know if you've watched it but I can recommend it if you haven't.

    17 Feb 17:24 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I was too young to follow Sampras but I know he's a living legend. :-) As a Nadal fan I was very disappointed but if you see the results of Wawrinka you really have to congratulate him. It was very nice of Nadal not to hide behind his back injury afterwards and give Wawrinka his moment of glory . Haha, thanks! Frasier was one of the best sitcoms I have seen. The 90s were a really good decade for sitcoms with Friends, Seinfeld and Frasier! I haven't been following the Winter Olympics actively but I do watch the news reports. They probably put it on here as well but I started school again this week so I haven't been watching that much television. No, I'm not much of a winter person. I have never skied but I have gone ice-skating a couple of times. It's quite hard but fun when you get the hang of it. Talking of ice-skating, I absolutely love this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzlcVKFVWVI

    13 Feb 16:56 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Interesting to know. ;-) The Spanish women aren't unpopular either. I'm thinking of Penélope Cruz for example. :) I like Nadal too but in another way haha. Did you follow the Australian Open this year? I was surprised to see Nadal lose in the final. PS: I finished watching Frasier. I watched all 11 seasons in less than a year I think. It had a very nice ending.

    8 Feb 17:40 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Haha, I think Belgium isn't that well known then. I had 2 years of German in high school but my teacher wasn't so great and I didn't care much for the language. I've forgotten the basics I was taught (or what he tried to teach me) already. I'm taking in Spanish in college now . That's one of the advantages of being European I guess. Because of all the countries you come in contact with a lot of languages. Of course, a trilingual country like Belgium is an exception. :p You've mentioned 'Plein Soleil' before but I still haven't watched it. I've finally finished my exams and I'm watching many films. Perhaps I'll try 'Plein Soleil' one of these days. :-) As you can see from my charts I absolutely love Pentatonix. You should definitely check out there albums (they have 3 atm). I really hope to see them live one day

    3 Feb 20:38 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    The site is in Dutch, my mother tongue. It's a site owned by our national public service which focusses on the arts. They've put some really interesting videos and articles online. Haha, there's no harm in trying. ;-) The Dutch subtitles helped me but I would have understood the general idea without them. I've reached a decent level of basic French after all these years. Do you speak any languages besides English? I've been listening to the score of 'The Godfather' these last couple of days. I absolutley love it. Nino Rota was brilliant! I see you're a Daft Punk fan so you might enjoy this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MteSlpxCpo

    21 Ene 16:35 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    I only know 'The Leopard' by name. I was planning to watch some Visconti this year so I know where to start now. I was definitely going to watch it someday because of Claudia Cardinale though. :) The name Nino Rota didn't ring a bell but I see he made the score for 'The Godfather'. I love that score! I can even play a very small part on my bass guitar. PS: I stumbled on this great video of Jane Fonda during the making of 'La curée'. I don't know how good your French is? :p http://www.cobra.be/cm/cobra/videozone/dagopdag2012/121126-mv-janefonda_16december1965

    17 Ene 12:24 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Silent films can be quite captivating like 'Sunrise' or funny like Chaplin but I don't know if it will work for 2 hours. Well, I'm never gonna know if I don't try. Perhaps this should be my new year's resolution, try (lengthy) silent films. ;-) Yes, I find it interesting as well. I'm going to look for a book on film history. Should be great fun to read. It's pretty bad quality but I found the speech at the end of 'M'. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aLnDPwCrU8 Thanks, I'll let you know when I've watched one. I didn't know Jennifer Connelly was in 'Once Upon A Time in America'! :O That's one of those lengthy films I still have to check out. Where's the avatar from btw?

    4 Ene 17:58 Responder
  • Hippiemans

    Happy New Year!!!! :D I hope you have a great year. :-) It's one of the most popular silent films that I could find and I have to admit they're right. I think they showed 'The Lodger' at the Ghent film festival last year. I haven't seen it though. I have heard a lot of great things about 'Metropolis' but the running time scares me off a bit. I don't know if a silent film could hold my attention for 2 hours. :p I'm planning to watch some Louise Brooks films since a friend of mine is a fan. 'Pandora's Box' will be the first then. :-) ' Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari' and 'Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens' were interesting but I had expected a little more. Entertaining films nonetheless. You mean Fritz Lang's 'M'? I can't remember that being a silent film. I thought Peter Lorre gave an emotional speech at the end. I could be mistaken of course.

    2 Ene 11:18 Responder
  • luke9994

    btw nah haven't seen Desolation of Smaug yet. it's hard to book a ticket lots of people wanna see it in IMAX these days. But I'll try on this saturday. I'll let you know when I'll finally watch it.

    1 Ene 22:43 Responder
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