On today's episode of Flixistentialism we exchange Geoffalia recipes, talk our over excitement for Fast Six, figure out why Vin Diesel won't let Riddick die, discuss Zach Braff's kickstarter tom foolery and also answer some listener questions. Also, I fart somewhere within this episode ... see if you can find out where.
Woody Allen's Manhattan opens with that stunning overture of "Rhapsody in Blue" by George Gershwin. It's like a love letter to the city, the great colossus, a romanticized land of bustle and possibility. The film is a portrai...
It's in 3D! It's like the Jurassic Park you have at home on DVD or Blu-ray, but with more depth. You also have to wear glasses or else it's just blurry Jurassic Park.
Also, the dinosaurs win. At the end there's just a bloody pile of human body parts with the raptors standing over them laugh maniacally. Yea, they learn to open doors and laugh maniacally.