I've been writing this blog since 2005. I have had a number of content specific blogs in the past, but decided in 2013 to consolidate them all back into PJMixer. You'll find photo projects, movie reviews, new music and general thoughts about my life. [My photographs on this web site are protected by Creative Common licensing and cannot be used for commercial purposes without permission].
Still struggling for the words to summarize this wonderful epic. Doyle does an amazing job directing the stellar cast and contrasting the very dark themes with the colour and beauty of India. Very saddening to watch the exploitation of children, but the simple joy, courage and hope of the characters make it a riveting story.
Really well made, riveting actually, Jolie was barely recognizable and her acting was superb. Although the plot with its myriad of foreign named characters was very hard to follow, it didn't take away from the key messages and emotions of the movie.
Brilliant. Lived up to the billing. Amazing what you get from just one movie, the history, the music, the words, and the filmmaking. Robbie Robertson is just a beautiful storyteller and Scorsese did an amazing job capturing subtle on stage moments. Great performances all around that is making me purchase some old tracks from The Band, Dylan, Diamond and Mitchell.
Loved it, hilarious. Brand was a fantastic surprise, Kunis was beautiful and Segel was quite believable. Rudd brilliant small role. Segel wrote this one as well as another one of my favourite comedies Knocked Up. I guess I've got to see I Love You Man.
Worst movie I've seen in years. Beautiful Scottish scenery, NY shots and good soundtrack couldn't even save it. Hoping I'll get some points from my wife for not yelling complaints with acting and script throughout. Funniest moment: awkward silence during my wife's laughter. McDisaster.