Sunday, November 27, 2011

Monday, November 21, 2011

Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen, 1986)

I'm currently in the midst of a Woody Allen marathon. This one appears in a lot of 'favorite lists', and it didn't disappoint.

A lot of unfortunate 80s womenswear in this film, but most of the menswear wouldn't look out of place today.

End movie spoilers ahead.

                           

http://youtu.be/_V2sBURgUBI
Michael Caine: Always a winner. 
Shirt, tie, polo, elbow patches.
The fur is a little too pimpin' for me, but her toggle coat could be worn today.
Bum.
The anxiety of the man in the booth.

Would love to know the story behind this shirt.
Daps.
"I want so badly to kiss her." 


Grief and herringbone.




Hair.
Over accessorized.
Mia Farrow doing the menswear thing. Michael Caine looking guilty
 in a comfortable sweater.
This time with less accessories.
Specs.
Anxious in a V-neck.
Neurotic in a crew neck.
Those poor sleeves.
Varsity jacket.
Dark plaid, bold tie. 
Comfy cable knit sweater.
A happy ending. 

As part of its American Masters series, PBS is airing a documentary on Woody Allen, directed by Paul B. Weide. It airs November 20th and 21st.

Woody Allen: A Documentary: Trailer
Hannah and Her Sisters: Trailer

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Hell On Wheels



"N***a act like a freed slave on everything else, he finally get to PLAY one..and he fucks THAT shit up."

A quote found on a message board that was too funny to not share. Props to Lonnie for the SAG card thing, and finding a steady source of income, but I don't know if I can trust the quality of any television show or film that has him in a prominent role. One of the reasons why I don't see myself ever getting on board with this show.

Another reason of course being AMC's spotty track record of late.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Heavy D



"didn't really know Heav well... just in passing.. we shared quite a few mutual friends... they loved the hell out of him.. God Bless his FAM" - Dres

"Rest in peace to my homeboy Heavy D. Truly one of the coolest mafuckas Hip Hop has ever known. The west coast loved Heav from day one" - Too Short

"Heavy D is the person who gave me my 1st chance in the music industry. He got me my internship at Uptown. He Believed when no one else did." - Diddy

"yo Hev...when you see T.R.O.Y tell him we still miss his ass....#RIPHEV" - Kid

"Even my mother loved Heavy D's music. A local hero & artist that nobody could hate - he touched all generations & remained humble. RIP Hev." - J-Zone

"Respect #HeavyD. Ill voice. Charming style. Wasn't afraid to dance. Embraced his heritage. Champion." - Tajai

"I can't even think right now yall. Heav was my dude. What a friend. My heart is heavy" - Q-Tip

"Rest In Power to the man Heavy D, he plugged in Pete Rock and Puffy amongst many other powerful things fly w/ the angels Heav RIP" - Dante Ross

"Instead of just playing Heav's old songs, you should play them 4 ya children & tell them the story. That's how u keep legends alive!!!" - Big Daddy Kane

"R.I.P. my man Heavy D a true HIP HOP GOD. damn." - Chuck D.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Homeland



Ciphers.
Brew.
Morena Baccarin.

This might be the best new show on television.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Rough Justice: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer - Peter Elkind



All Things Eliot Spitzer Report Card

Attorney General: A
New York Governor: D
john: F




A Tribe Called Quest - The Night He Got Caught