Tuesday: That Great Day in The Beginningish Part of Your Week
Sex and the City Movie
Run, Fat Boy, Run
The Foot Fist Way
Boston Legal - 4th Season
I love art history. It has almost everything I would be inclined to learn about: history, religion, art and architecture, fashion and film. There are even interesting movies about art historians, such as Don't Look Now, which I would recommend not only for having one of the better sex scenes ever filmed, (Question: Are Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie smoking hot? Answer: Yes!) but also for its depiction of some risky church restoration.
Fashion! Last Tuesday we added Lagerfeld Confidential to our collection. After three years of collecting footage, the world can now see Karl Lagerfeld's countless rings, priestly collars, and Nicole Kidman. And clothes. After that, you can also watch our new Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton documentary, or Unzipped, with Isaac Mizrahi.
The only thing art history doesn't include is enough music. But you know what does? The movie Unknown Woman, score by Ennio Morricone, man of a million soundtracks. Unknown Woman, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore (Cinema Paradiso, A Pure Formality, Malena) is tense and engaging, and after its all-too-brief one week run is returning to Cinema 9, on Shelburne Road next Friday. (Correction: where Helvetica did not play last Saturday...oops...)
In fact, a lot of exciting "awesome" movies are falling into theaters next week, so stay tuned for the next installment of WATERFRONTVIDEOBURL.BLOGSPOT.COM