Saturday, September 24, 2011
If it isn't already obvious to you that Ryan Gosling/Baby Goose is the greatest living human being, take a moment to observe him in his natural habitat. He's always willing to break up a street fight, before performing in his band, and he just wants to quit acting to make some babies. And he'll probably take you to Disneyland first, because Disneyland strengthens fertility. And if you don't click any of those links, just go watch Blue Valentine and attempt to logically explain what Michelle Williams could possibly dislike about him.
Gosling's most recent works only expand on his likability. Crazy, Stupid, Love was Gosling's first foray into providing manhood instructions for the masses, and I urge you to interpret Drive as an instructional video on how to take care of your gurrl. You can steal, shoot, and stomp dudes to death, but you better take care of yo' baby.
I wouldn't blame you for thinking that Drive, particularly due to the presence of Brian Cranston, Ron Perlman, and fast cars, might be a fast-paced action film in the vein of The Transporter or Fast and the Furious. In fact, if that's exactly what you want, you might not even want to see Drive, but if you can move beyond your muscled, bald man fetish, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Monday, September 12, 2011
I've been catching up on some harder to find films that came out this year, and if I don't post all of them in one entry, I probably won't post about them at all. Everything Must Go, Submarine, Attack the Block, and The Trip have all been pretty difficult to see in Michigan, but I'm a magician, so I manage. Reviews of the previously mentioned follow the break.