Matt and KimFang IslandLimousines September 30, 2010@The FillmoreBetter than: Richard Linklater's Before Sunset," but probably just as good as "Before Sunrise." Smiley-faced popsters Matt and Kim are the houseguests everybody wants -- they compliment the digs, they tell interestin ... More >>
I love the rotoscope. When I first saw Ralph Bakshi's Wizards, the fluid movements of the animated characters were simultaneously disquieting yet thrilling. I was even a sucker for a-ha's "Take On Me" video, and I will watch anything Richard Linklater wants to animate. And like Linklater's Waking ... More >>
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Richard Linklater seeks meaning in Waking Life
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Jewish/Palestinian collaboration, and arty white-trash losers
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Greg Harrison's Groove
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