Sofia Coppola made ‘one great indie movie’ back before every1 realized that Garden State, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Lost in Translation all actually ’set back the art of filmmaking’ at least 20-50 years. She made Lost In Translation, a semi-autobiographical film where she ‘gets railed’ by an old guy (Bill Murray). Not sure that the movie actually ’said anything’ but it was ‘deep’ and it was ’set in Japan’ and Bill Murray ‘acted deep and disconnected’, so it was a ‘critical success.’ She has also made a few other indie films that appeal to empty indie broads who need to buy ‘cool looking movie posters’ for their rooms.
the world cup is one giant oedipus complex4 americanz. we only watch2 feed into nostalgia, yearning4 simpler times when mommy would take us to suburbia to play youth soccer. we watch lando score, and vicariously we score with our momz. sweet juiceboxes and lunchables all around.
tired of this whole vuvuzelawave. UNLESS someone makes a chris walken cowbell joke. furst? sort of over world cup. mad disappointed that there isn't a giant hovering alien spacecraft over south africa after all.