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Watched Citizen Kane, a 1941 black and white film for my assignment. A film noir with amazing cinematography for that time. Loved the style and the unusual non-linear narrative. And Orson Welles was directing for the first time.
Inspiring.

Thelma & Louise just broke my heart. Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis are excellent. I loved the ending. Shows that friendship is the most important thing especially when your spouse is fucked up. ( I've been through that )
The amazing thing is Ridley Scott ( Aliens, Gladiator ) is the director.

Just for some Kidman injection. Dead Calm
Raw and effective performance. Looking at her in the 1989 movie just confirmed my suspicions that she must have been through some cosmetic surgery. She looks.. erm... dorky

I think i am also becoming a dork.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I like how they set the movie in a detective-like way to uncover a person's life from many people's perspectives thru' a reporter's quest for rosebud

of cos no one word can describe any person in this life and many of us are different to many people. One of the film's themes. I think it also shows that rosebud can be the reason why Kane went thru his whole life because of his unhappy childhood of insecurity and lack of love.

blame your parents for all your faults!!!
don't you just love xanadu?? :P
Yes. Huge, beautiful and .... "empty"

a rich man's life
i'm sure that the movie is particularly poignant to you, since you're attached to a rich man's son.. :P
erm are you trying to say i am poor? ;P