35 Classic Movies You Might Not Realize You’ve Been Misquoting
hot coffee: a lighthearted little friday-night documentary about the politics of tort reform
last summer, lost weekend raised kickstarter funds to turn their basement into a small movie theater, and it is quite possibly my favorite place in the city. a few months later, some local comedians started using the space for stand-up programming, and so on weekend nights the cinecave has become the cynic cave.
homemade guacamole, sam wagstaff+robert mapplethorpe documentary
but i can’t stop watching documentaries.
frontline: sick around america
it’s a little scary how easy it is to watch “going the distance” six times in a row
“i am drowning here, and you’re describing the water”
“I’m bad at stuff” – bob mould (see the light: a celebration of the music and legacy of bob mould)
learning about the works of contemporary artists, even when the substance of their art is not accessible or interesting to you, can be informative about their cultures.
george harrison, living in the material world