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Did you know it’s national curve appreciation day courtesy of @actuallychristinahendricks from Mad Men?
Kidding…but we think it should be 😉
good lookin 😚
We decided to create this small tribute in order to brighten your day, to show that we are here for you.
We love and admire the excellent actress you are (WHERE IS YOUR EMMY? PRINCESS), the incredible human being that you are, the best mommy in the world for ZouZou and Triscuit. We think it's very important to get this together, even in a small part to let you know:
That we believe in you, we love you and we're VERY inspired by you!
Finally, you are the honored one but we are the winners for having you here in the world with us, Christina. Thank you for being exactly who you are. We love you!
Christina's friends, help us to get it to her. PLEASE!!!
Directed by : Nicolas Winding Refn
Written by : James Sallis (book), Hossein Amini (screenplay)
Casts : Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Bryan Cranston, Albert Brooks, Oscar Isaac, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman.
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The movie soundtrack was listed on Spin Magazine's list of "40 Movie Soundtracks That Changed Alternative Music". After a lot of speculation from people on the possibility of a sequel or a spin off to Drive, on a 2016, when asked about it, Nicolas Winding Refn said: "No, there will never be a second Drive movie. ... It ends too imperfectly. And that's why it works.".
This (I hesitate to call it) thriller surely won't suit all tastes. It veers into some distinctly shocking and disturbing - if not off putting - territory in its third act. It's about a beautiful young girl who moves to LA in hopes of finding success as a model. It is pretty light in terms of plot, and a good 30 minutes could have been trimmed off its run time which might have given it more of a sense of urgency. That being said, this film is definitely more about the hypnotic visuals. If ever a movie were to take too long getting to where it's going, a Refn film would certainly have the license to do so. There is a certain dream logic to the film that makes its pacing issues easier to dismiss. It is beautiful to look at and sounds wonderful, too. Everyone is perfectly cast. This movie feels very Kubrickian. I was genuinely surprised by the final bit. I wasn't expecting it. The trailers made it look like Black Swan set in the fashion world as opposed to ballet. I thought Elle would have a full on metamorphosis into a tiger (as seen in the trailer) by the end...devouring anyone who got in her way as she got hungrier for the taste of fame. That is not what ends up happening. There is a similar metaphor but definitely very different from what I expected. I am personally a huge fan of Jena Malone (Donnie Darko, The Ruins) and I'm happy to see her getting more and more work. Abbey Lee (Welcome the Stranger, Elizabeth Harvest) is a terrific discovery as well. This is the first time I've seen Bella in anything but damn was she good. Elle has come a long way from her earlier roles. It's nice to see her branch out into the macabre. Keanu's cameo of sorts was kind of hilarious but also effectively unsettling. The other two actors I loved but I can't find them. The guy Jesse was seeing in the first half of the film and the man in charge of the shoot. If you don't know who Refn is, see Drive first and then this. I am eager to see what he does next.
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