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  2. Gregg Araki was in his 30s in 1997. Also this movie is clearly about young adults even though it is often described as about teens. The main characters are supposed to be over 18, and they're played by blatantly legal actors, and their lifestyle appears to be college students rather than high school. Also it's more of a parody of teen sex romps (which were often directed by elderly guys) than a teen sex romp. The other movies he did in his early career are about 20somethings around his own age when he made the films. I have no idea what he does now, but have you ever seen the Ingenue video? Straight white pervert in his 50s making daddy dance videos with 20something Japanese dancer who is supposed to represent his real life 20something Italian gf. Watch Utada Hikaru's tour documentary on Netflix and you can see the same dancer, Fukiko Takase, in a much more inspiring form.
  3. un-TILL the end of the earth world! which is coming next year I heard!
  4. now here is to here knows now known no when! the doomed generation sex! gay Asian perverts in their 60s making queer teen sex romps!
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  6. A no order 100 excluding EPs A Tribe Called Quest - We Got It From Here... Thank You 4 Your Service Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman Ashley Monroe - Like a Rose Azealia Banks - Broke With Expensive Taste Beyoncé - Lemonade Björk - Vulnicura Black Belt Eagle Scout - Mother of My Children Blonde Redhead - Barragán Blood Orange - Negro Swan Braids - Native Speaker Brittany Howard - Jaime Caribou - Swim Carly Rae Jepsen - E•mo•tion Cat Power - Sun Chairlift - Moth Charli XCX - Pop 2 Colleen - A Flame, My Love, A Frequency D'Angelo - Black Messiah Destroyer - Kaputt Devon Welsh - Dream Songs Dirty Beaches - Drifters/Love Is the Devil DJ Rashad - Double Cup Downtown Boys - Full Communism Drake - Views Empress Of - Me Erykah Badu - New Amerykah 2: Return of the Ankh Feist - Metals FKA Twigs - Magdalene Florist - Emily Alone Flying Lotus - You're Dead! Frank Ocean - Blonde Gabby's World - Two Mountains Goldlink - Diaspora Gorillaz - Plastic Beach Grimes - Visions Hong Kong in the 60s - My Fantoms Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions - Until the Hunter Hundred Waters - The Moon Rang Like a Bell Hurray for the Riff Raff - The Navigator Ibeyi - Ash Ichiko Aoba - Mahoroboshiya Ikonika - Aerotropolis Jai Paul - s/t James Blake - Overgrown Janelle Monáe - Dirty Computer Japanese Breakfast - Soft Sounds from Another Planet Jay Som - Anak Ko Jay-Z & Kanye West - Watch the Throne Jeremy Dutcher - Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa Julia Holter - Have You in My Wilderness Kali Uchis - Isolation Kaytranada - 99.9% Kelela - Take Me Apart Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly Kero Kero Bonito - Time N' Place Kid Koala - 12 Bit Blues King Krule - 6 Feet Beneath the Moon Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence Laurel Halo - Quarantine Lido Pimienta - La Papessa M.I.A. - MAYA Macintosh Plus - Floral Shoppe Matana Roberts - Coin Coin Chapter 1: Gens de Couleur Libres Micachu & the Shapes - Chopped & Screwed Mitski - Puberty 2 Omar Souleyman - Wenu Wenu Ought - Room Inside the World Oumou Sangaré - Mogoya Paramore - After Laughter Park Jiha - Philos Perfume Genius - Too Bright Phoebe Bridgers - Stranger in the Alps Radiohead - The King of Limbs Rihanna - Anti Romeo Santos - Golden Rostam - Half Light Ryuichi Sakamoto - async Sarah Davachi - All My Circles Run Selena Gomez - Revival Sexwitch - s/t Shabazz Palaces - Black Up Shura - Nothing's Real Sky Ferreira - Night Time, My Time Solange - When I Get Home Somi - Petite Afrique SOPHIE - Oil of Every Pearl's Un-insides Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell Taeyeon - My Voice Tanya Tagaq - Animism The Internet - Ego Death Tierra Whack - Whack World Tinariwen - Tassili Tinashe - Nightride Toro y Moi - Underneath the Pine Utada Hikaru - Fantôme Waxahatchee - Out in the Storm Yamantaka//Sonic Titan - YT//ST Yasmine Hamdan - Al Jamilat Young Fathers - Dead Zola Jesus - Conatus
  7. Is the dub any good? Some of the dubs of the early ones are pretty bad though some were redone better I know
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  9. It's Thom Yorke's best work, just click it now, it's endorsed by WWF.
  10. You found the dub of what? I have not yet clicked on that link because I don't know anything about it. What do you mean by "subbed version"?
  11. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By2fzYjqGC8rNXE5ODFJQjBVeUE/view (not my account, but I found the dub on there. subbed version is harder to find without torrents.)
  12. Maybe the only Miyazaki I haven’t seen
  13. I'm not on Facebook or Twitter so that Annex website didn't give me permission to use it. It appears I might be able to sign-up for the Annex thing so I'll consider that. As far as reddit is concerned, I have never searched anything on reddit so this is my first time. In the reddit search box, I just typed anima preview limited edition and I'm looking at the results right now. I'll see if I can find info about the Dawn Chorus [Alternate Mix]. Thank you for the suggestions.
  14. that's what i think too. at 14:49 in the credits at the end of the film, it says that Dawn Chorus was taken from the album Anima. after all this digging, i hope you can find the file somewhere. maybe try reddit. or the annex. i don't post there, but for some reason i always have tab open. i think you can log in with a twitter or fb account. http://board.theannextm.com
  15. The last movie I watched was A Spell to Ward off the Darkness, which I can imagine a lot of people who used to be on this sub would like. It starts out depicting a very annoying and superficial bunch of largely American and western European hippies colonizing some area of Estonia in the early 2010s. The one black man in the community doesn't get much screen time, mostly just listening to these other characters' dumb stoned babblings. Halfway through, it takes an interesting turn when we follow said man as he wanders away from the community and into a remote wilderness (which is identified as being filmed in northern Finland). Then the film ends with him putting on whiteface makeup and being in a black metal band (filmed in Oslo, once again showing a vague approach to Nordic geography) performing for an audience that appears to include members of the commune. https://cinema-scope.com/cinema-scope-magazine/tiff-2013-cinema-scope-56-preview-ben-rivers-and-ben-russell-on-a-spell-to-ward-off-the-darkness/
  16. new twilight zone was controversial but i think it was mostly alt righters/old people who lost their memory getting mad at it for daring to be faithful to serling's own love of embedding antiracist or progressive political messages in sometimes unsubtle ways. in other cases where media by POC creators is angering alt right we get large counter-response but that didn't happen here because some younger ppl in jordan peele's fandom hadn't seen much of the original show so they couldnt effectively dispute the false narrative of peele being unfaithful to it, and may have assumed those critiques were accurate. also, peele was not super hands-on as a producer, and most of the writing and directing was handled by other sf/horror TV veterans. the strongest episode of the first four I watched is A Traveler, which is set in alaska and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour (Girl walks home alone at night, one of the best movies of the decade), written by Glen Morgan (cowriter of classic x-files episodes such as Home, Squeeze/Tooms, Ice, Die Hand Die Verletzt, One Breath, plus Final Destination) and guest starring Steven Yeun. rewatched fifth element this year and "deeper" is not a word i'd use for it. that was one of my faves as a kid and the production design is still incredible (especially seeing it in the cinema on opening day in '97) but it absolutely doesn't hold up as a movie and i'm pretty sure i would've disliked it if i saw it back then as an adult. the script/story is so bad, yet aside from tricky's scenes (which i had no idea of at the time, and now realize was one of my first exposures to "alternative" music) lacking enough humor and self awareness. i luckily never saw leon as a kid because it's creepy af. that film is autobiographical about 30something luc's affair with a teen, maiwenn, who plays the diva in fifth element. by the time she was 21 he left her for milla jovovich.
  17. Darkest Hour -- I enjoyed it a lot. Makes me want to learn more about that part of WW2. I also saw an episode of Twilight Zone (modern version) called The Comedian that I liked a lot. I was pleasantly surprised as I am prejudiced with remakes. Then the AbFab movie. I am not into AbFab anymore, but some moments, after the part where they get onto the Budget airplane, made it worth watching. A documentary on Stephen King. I didn't know that much about him and his work, and now I want to read some of the books, like Carrie. Bicycle Thieves, also. I really liked it. Reminds me of Hanif Kureshi or Mike Leigh movies a bit. Re-watched Leon, and it's overrated, despite a beautiful cinematography. The little girl gets annoying way too fast. But I remember hearing that Besson wrote most of the plots early in his life before he was able to make them into movies, which could explain why movies like Subway, The Big Blue, Nikita are quite simplistic. The Fifth Element was somewhat deeper.
  18. Good stance, great costume, awesome shot. Blurry shot for me, also, not my arm.
  19. i am excited to hear the 2 or 3 good songs on LPX and maybe some cool interludes or B-sides but i'm also excited to hear the 5 or 6 shitty boring whining and crying put me to sleep lost their edge forgot how to rock songs too.
  20. Solange, Jay Som and Florist
  21. albums of the year so far grey area - little simz infest the rats nest - king gizzard and the lizard wizard igor - tyler the creator schlagenheim - black midi nothing great about britain - slowthai you cant steal my joy - ezra collective nothing great about britain - slowthai so much fun - young thug
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