Monday, September 28, 2009

Monday Corner 9/28/2009

Monday Corner is back and better than... well it was a week ago! Funnier, Faster, Stronger, whip out your comment sticks, it's reading time!

Life in Equinox Update:
Sadly this is going to be a very slow week for me, journal wise. I've got 2 exams, and several homework assignments due so I'll be in a bit of social isolation for that time. No worries though I'll keep on chugging along with my top 100 when time permits, just expect only about one to two posts a day...

Also I'll be doing a bit of a Samurai marathon as I work through the films on this list that I've never seen before. At the same time keep an eye out for my review of Transformers 2 next weekend (hopefully).

I hope you read my review of Surrogates this weekend as well, I think I did a good job, but then again usually when I think that I'm wrong.

For your consideration:
The moment you've all (by all I mean three of you) been waiting for (by waiting for I mean scrolling down too)!

Encore's World of Film & TV Breaks down his all time favorite Best Supporting Actresses.

Movie Moxie has uploaded Introduction+Q/A videos from many of the movies she went to at TIFF. Amazing stuff, and as a side note: Shannon is a machine that apparently "dazzles with data."

Hollywood Spy, Dezmond, takes a look at some Concept Art for New Zealand director Andrew Niccol's upcoming film The Cross starring Orlando Bloom, John Goodman, and Olga Kurylenko.

Between the Seats kicks off their marathon, looking at European Female Directors, kicking it off with great in depth articles on La Captive and Je, Tu, Il Elle.

The King Bulletin goes against the mainstream in his review of the summer's biggest surprise, The Hangover.

After breaking down the films of Tarantino, Bada Bing! Movie Reviews sets its eyes on the work of Sergio Leone.

Black Sheep Reviews takes a look at the updated version of the 1980s hit, Fame.

Life of a Cinephile and Bibliophile pays homage to one of the greats, Paul Newman, on the one year anniversary of his passing, by reviewing his film, The Verdict.

KinematicScope decides to go all out and spoof all of Benjamin Button while counting down the current IMDB top 250.

Other link posts for your reading pleasure -
Final Cut
Film Experience Blog

Poll Results:
Not too bad in the poll voting department, could have been better, but then again I know this past week's question was a rather weak one.

Results -
1) Several Times a Day (6 votes)
2) Once a Day (3 votes)
3) (Tie) Once a Week, Once a Month, Never (0 votes)

This weeks question, in keeping with the release of Michael Moore's new documentary: How often do you agree with Michael Moore?

You've got one week to decide, get those votes in!

Random Topics From a Random Mind
- I've decided that instead of taking the time to learn about politics, philosophy, and religion, I'm going to instead just yell Why do you Hate America!? whenever someone disagrees with me. Already used it on Grey's Anatomy lovers (*aka Andrew*)... going to test it out globally tomorrow :D.

- I feel bad for Nathan Fillion, possibly one of the most charming and fun guys to watch in front of the camera, but even with a show that averages 8million viewers on ABC at 10pm on Monday, it's still heavily tipped for a non-renewal. The guy can't catch a break, and he's earned one.

- Did you know that if you watch Melrose Place and 90210 every week your IQ will drop 2 points a month? Be sure you keep that in mind next time you're debating what to watch.

- I never knew Jason Schwartzman was the son of actress Talia Shire (Rocky, The Godfather)... I was shocked to find that out... makes sense now that I know it though.

- I've been trying to come up with a catchy motto for my website, I've narrowed it down to three - let me know which one you like:
1) A Life in Equinox: Yeah, I can't believe you're reading it either.
2) A Life in Equinox: You LiE!
3) A Life in Equinox: In the time you've spent loading this webpage you could have been saving money on car insurance.

Last one's a bit long, oh well! You got any suggestions?

We now return you to your regularly schedule blog reading.

3 better thoughts:

The Mad Hatter said...

How about this slogan:

"Forget what those other 25 film blogs say, this is what matters..."

Good luck on your exams!

DEZMOND said...

OMG Jason is Talia's son???
They do look alike, when you think about it.

I don't know why most people are shocked to discover that Bryce Dallas Howard is Ron Howard's daughter. Maybe they think she's too pretty to be his descendant?

Univarn said...

@Mad that could work... my old blog name back on RT was: The #1 review journal for people who don't read #1 review journals.

it was a bit long :)

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