she conquered beasts of the southern wild… and stole my heart while doing so.
they’ve obviously never seen “Why Did I Get Married Too?”
I liked this movie… and I’m not ashamed or embarrassed to admit it.
do me a favor and DON’T reblog this.
this movie has me written all over it.
There’s something very intriguing about this film.
Gabby - might have some skills.
The kid from Friday Night Lights - is everything.
Roger - from Mad Men
found this star heavy flick to be extremely underwhelming.
George Clooney is a legend in the making, but this effort just didn’t do it for me.
I recently decided to revisit this documentary, and I’m so glad I did.
If you’re not familiar, it’s an in depth look at the images of gays and lesbians on the silver screen. some overt, most of them subtle and very hard to spot.
This film was recently named one of the fifty documentaries to see before you die.
so my advice to you is to Netflix it asap. Life is short.
I THINK WE CAN FINALLY REFER TO THIS FILM AS A CLASSIC…
You know how every month HBO picks a few movies that they play over and over again?
Well, “Set It Off” is on deck this month. And I’ve watched it at least 3 times in the last 3 days, even though I own it on DVD (yeah, I know)
I think we often forget how good this film really is. The tension. The action. The dynamic backstories for our four main characters. It was such an amazing moment in time. It’s “Thelma & Louise” meets “Waiting To Exhale.”
F. Gary Gray is definitely one of those slept on directors that doesn’t do it for the fame. He is deeply committed to his craft. And kudos to him for taking on this film that could’ve been deemed just another “black folks in the hood” flick and turning it into a film with heart, a brain, and a whole lot of courage.