terça-feira, 16 de agosto de 2011
Há algum tempo a Lady Gaga tinha novamente - como sempre - me surpreendido com a música Yoü and I. Um tanto pela melodia cadenciada, outro tanto por me identificar com alguns versos e especialmente pela letra linda em si. Frequentemente ela me impressiona com sua capacidade de criação e exposição do extraordinário. Mas hoje quando vi o clip da música, fiquei em estado de choque. Eu estava esperando por um romance e me deparei com um vídeo de terror. Como ela pôde?
Quase esqueci, ela pode tudo! Passado o susto, devo admitir que estarei sempre esperando todos os clips da Gaga, por mostrarem o inusitado e o insólito. Avaliei com um seis Yoü and I, mas ela vai ter que se esforçar muito mais pra me perder.
segunda-feira, 15 de agosto de 2011
Esse final de semana eu revi um filme da minha adolescência. Singles. Grande elenco, super trilha sonora, ótimo enredo, fotografia charmosa, personagens cativantes... eu podia continuar! Já que hoje é #diadossolteiros vou deixar o postcard do filme, Kiss by the Hotel de Ville:
Because being single is good but we're always looking for that special someone. (And I think I found him!)
Duas falas do Steve, um dos protagonistas, pra co-mover:
If I had a personal conversation with God, I would ask him to create this girl.
What took you so long? (Asking to the girl).
sexta-feira, 12 de agosto de 2011
In this past week I've seen lots of movies.
I've seen Limitless the story of a guy who takes a drug - NZT - and can do whatever he likes, it bestows him with super human abilities, enabling him achieve great things.
I've seen No Strings Attached - with the hotties Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman. They try to keep their relationship strictly physical, but who can do that? The girl is afraid of commitment, but also a hell of a fighter and for that she deserves some credit. Unlikely Natalie's other character in Love and Other Impossible Pursuits, a girl who is not a winner or a loser just a goer, always lacking something!
I have even seen the national movie Bruna Surfistinha. The story of a prostitute in Brazil. Can't hope much glamour or love from it. The girl is definitely a survivor.
How do you know with Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson and Paul Rudd was also on the list. And along with great cast comes great responsibility. I guess my expectations were too high. But the story makes you realize that perfection is sometimes too much and it's important to live the questions themselves than jumping to find the answers. (I think it's a movie that I can come to love if I watch it for a second time.) For the record, line of the movie: "I don't know if I have what it takes for everybody's regular plan".
And it's with a certain sense of irony that I finish this post saying the movie which rocked the week, was a teen (oh mine!) movie I had a vague feeling could be good: Easy A. Tells the story of a smart girl with a very strong personality and a kind heart. See for yourself:
Give it a shot and have a lot of fun watching Olive with her let's-not-and-say-we-did history!
And by the way - hi! I missed being around here.