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Only one new movie makes the grade for this week’s new release recommendations, which is part of what’s great about Blu-ray — the opportunity to revisit, reevaluate, and reappraise. So this week, take a look at a rare Richard Pryor drama,...Show More Summary
Angel Haze first made a name for herself the old-fashioned way that rappers are supposed to: By spitting dense, tough-as-nails bars that were the work of an inarguably great technician. Yet by establishing herself as such as a skilled...Show More Summary
As Haze explains: "I think there is a lot to be said of a love gone wrong. I just wanted to explore the boundary between what occurred and what could have been. I painted a picture with the colors it taught me, whether they are auburn...Show More Summary
We’ve heard a few songs from Angel Haze’s upcoming Back To The Woods full-length that sound really promising: “Impossible,” “Babe Ruthless,” possibly “Candlxs” and “Gxmes.” Add “Moonrise Kingdom” to that pile — Haze enters primarily singing mode to deliver a love story that captures the same kind of insular, adolescent adoration featured in the Wes […]
As the September 14th release date of her new project Back To The Woods approaches, Angel lets another album cut fly. Check out “Moonrise Kingdom”, produced by TK Kayembe below. Previously: Angel Haze ft. Kwamie Liv – Pleasure This Pain (Video)
Another promising cut off her forthcoming Back to the Woods project.
After premiering at SXSW earlier this year, the indie comedy 7 Chinese Brothers will put Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore, Moonrise Kingdom, Scott Pilgrim vs. The world) back into unlikeable mode next month. But thankfully, he doesn’t seem to be anywhere near the arrogant prick that he played in the Sundance selected Listen Up Philip. Show More Summary
On his YouTube channel, Dylan Marron is cutting down films to only include dialogue spoken by persons of color. Under those conditions, Moonrise Kingdom is 10 seconds long. Her is about 40 seconds. Noah is 0 seconds. (via @riondotnu) Tags: Dylan Marron Her Moonrise Kingdom Noah movies racism video
It’s no secret that Wes Anderson loves a literary reference. But this video essay from The A to Z Review has compiled all the most literary moments in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Rushmore. Show More Summary
El RTNC drops a new beat tape which apparently takes its name from the main character of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. I have not had a chance to listen yet, but some of these beats are the original versions of tracks that eventually ended up on the Your Old Droog LP: This is onr of […]
Tyler Raftery Summertime finally washed over the Kempt region this week, presenting two big dilemmas: how to look like you put some effort into your sweat-smothered outfit, and how to blend into a small, (presumably) cool island offShow More Summary
One of my favorite designers, Jessica Hische (she did the film titles for Moonrise Kingdom), is coming out with a new book in September called In Progress: See Inside a Lettering Artist's Sketchbook and Process, from Pencil to Vector. This...Show More Summary
Girl-with-binoculars image from Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom. SIFF From now until the end of this year's Seattle International Film Festival, I'll be providing regular posts about films, news, gossip, and anything else that looks interesting. Show More Summary
Call it a view of moonrise kingdom. The astronomers who run NASA's beautiful Astronomy Photo Of The Day blog posted a haunting image this week of the moon rising through the immense shadow of Hawaii's Mauna Kea volcano. To reiterate: That's not a mountain in the background. Show More Summary
A new fan film imagines what Marvel's mutants might look like through the lens of the director of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Moonrise Kingdom."
Illustrator Jessica Hische explains. Jessica Hische is the graphic artist who's drawn the lettering you've see in ads for Starbucks and Nike, book covers for David Eggers, branding for Mailchimp, and the film Moonrise Kingdom. And in this irresistibly charming ad by the U.S. Post Office, she talks about what it was like to design the Forever Love stamp. Read Full Story
Hang on, does this film have a happy ending? Are Sam and Suzy trapped by institutions, or rescued by them? Overthinking “Moonrise Kingdom”: The Nature of the Threat originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Big Eyes (2014) Cast includes: Amy Adams (American Hustle), Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained), Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad), Jason Schwartzman (Moonrise Kingdom), Terence Stamp (Yes Man) Director: Tim Burton (Beetlejuice, Corpse Bride) Writers:...Show More Summary
Sploid readers Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nilson—part of the California-based production group Lucky Treehouse—sent this excellent short about lost love and new beginnings, which they defined as "one part Moonrise Kingdom and two parts Raising Arizona." The Moped Diaries is the title—and it's excellent. Read more...