Did batman predict ‘Gotham city’ would release violent criminals back on the streets???:
@_Barry great scenes from My cousin Vinny
Always fun watching an expert get grilled…:
Can you spot any lies?
“was just about to make myself a drink do you want one?”
While I was looking for the clip above I came across this:
Closest thing I’ve ever seen to the tunnels I experience in lucid dreams. One difference is they are always black and white. Also, they exaggerate how intense they are too.
Relaxing during them, the pulling sensation is really enjoyable.
“Waking Life” is one of the trippiest films ever made and one of my favs. Created by alternative Austin filmmaker, Richard Linklatter in 2001, it was filmed with live actors and then the film uses computer animation over top of the filmed scenes which gives the whole thing a very dreamy, trippy effect. The protagonist spends the film wandering around in a dream-like bardo realm wondering if he is awake or dreaming, alive or dead, and having strange philosophical dialogs with the folks he meets along the way.
Austin right wing talk show host Alex Jones, who was relatively unknown at the time, makes a brief appearance as a guy who drives around town ranting through megaphones.
If you’ve never seen this film, it’s worth a viewing. You can rent it on youtube.
We saw this as part of the Night Club film group during the pandemic . . . .
@_Barry. Great! Yeah I thought this film might be very relevant to all of us Night Clubbers.
Most of the movies we saw are as follows:
- The Truman Show
- Waking Life
- The Nightmare Before Christmas
- The Matrix
- Cloud Atlas
- The Good Night
- The Science of Sleep
- Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- Groundhog Day
- Vanilla Sky
- Kubo and the Two Strings
- Dreams [Akira Kurosawa]
- Mulholland Drive
- Kiss the Ground
- My Octopus Teacher
- David Attenborough: A Life on our Planet
- Ram Dass, Going Home
- Wild Wild Country [Six Part Series]
I’d highly recommend watching “Killers of the Flower Moon.” True history of the Osage discovering oil on their land in the 1920’s and the tragedies that followed.
great minds think a like
I had a sense this was going to be a good one