Saturday, 21 May 2011

Daily Kate Moss

TV Show of the Day

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

I've retreated back to the 90s.
I just can't help it.
I think CSI:Miami may have been the reason for the retreat.
But Buffy's a fantastic show.
I do enjoy watching a series back from the beginning after seeing how it all pans out.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Daily Kate Moss


Much excitement for the new Lars Von Trier film, it looks achingly beautiful.
Little enthusiasm for these pieces of trash. The unfortunate business of 3D and HD means it can even make shit look good
Three Muskateers

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Tender Tuesdays

And I Love Her

TV Show of the Day


As I start to wear out of good comedy tv shows, I thought I'd play it safe this time & go for a big one.
So I welcomed myself to the world of 30 Rock & I have to say, it was better than expected.
It's very American, but the majority of the jokes aren't lost on those of us out of the loop of the most minute of US celebrities.
I do always feel, though, that the show doesn't try hard enough, as though the writers feel it will be a success if they only give it a half effort.
I feel with a little more pushing, this could really hone itself into something kinda good.
But not great, unfortunately.
Not great.
The problem with American TV shows are their constant use of celebrity appearances.
It's far from tiresome now.
Once or twice works well.
Almost every episode becomes a bore.

Daily Kate Moss

Sunday, 1 May 2011

Daily Kate Moss

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Through wikipedia-ing Wes Anderson, I stumbled upon a japanese (isn't it always) commercial featuring Brad Pitt directed by Mr.Anderson (hello, Matrix) which led me on a trail of Brad Pitt commercials, which coincidentally in a different tab led me to Jennifer Aniston. 
They were so meant to be.
So here's Jennifer Aniston & Brad Pitt, though unfortunately, not together.

Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (by Mr.Anderson)
Sex tape

on a side note, I very much enjoy the music in the softbank commercial.