Thursday, July 09, 2009

Théâtre des Vampires



I wish I were at a jawdropping theatrical event tonight instead of here. Staring off into space. In the absence of excitement, I'm turning in early with a book. You?

9 comments:

Wayne B. said...

Just rented "Were The World Mine," and "The Letter." My second Bette Davis ever!

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E Dot said...

When I was younger, I wasn't allowed to watch this scene of this movie because of the gratuitous nudity, so my sister would play it in the family room while I was in the next room. She'd watch the screen then hurry on in front of me and perform the entire sequence. It was sort of a poor-man's play....

Anonymous said...

INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE...what a cool movie!!! it's in my top 5 of 1994...am I crazy?

mirko s.

Jose said...

I was supposed to read some Chekhov and watch "Days of Darkness"...but ended up at my fave bar dancing to ABBA, Robbie Williams and Michael Jackson.

mrripley said...

the only film that i like the dunced in was she oscar nominated? no silly academy.

NATHANIEL R said...

i'm going to assume you meant "dunst" and that wasn't a purposefully connotative spelling error ;)

mrripley said...

sorry nat she really is "the dunced"

Chris Na Taraja said...

I want to see CHERI and really disliked it. totally miscast and was trying to be an english merchant ivory film rather than a french bell epoche comedy that it should have been. It's missing the Joie de vivre. And it's a shame because I usually like these actors.

And even though Antonio was great in INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE, Armond is supposed to be a young man. Even the girl, who was Kirsten Dunst, was supposed to be younger. That always bothered me, besides not getting to see River Pheonix as the interviewer. But I still liked the film.