Monday, March 09, 2009

Movies!


Pulp Fiction
Drawings! I watched Pulp Fiction for the first time this past weekend (I know, I know, missed out on movies growing up, terrible tastes back in the day, etc.) and it was pretty cool. Unsurprisingly I'd assume, my favourite parts involved Jules Winfield (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent Vega (John Travolta).



Garden State


Garden State is a movie I used to watch a lot when it first came out on dvd. I hadn't seen it since then (number of years) and was worried it wouldn't live up to what I remembered. It did, albeit in a different way. Not really amazingly shot or anything, but he made good with what he was working with, I think. The emotional core of the movie, which I think is contained in Sam's (Natalie Portman) character was really endearing - she's (I think) extremely likable and I love the way she opens Andrew up to not shying away from life or running from his problems.

Speaking of running.. Nicole, Lissa and I were walking back from lunch whereupon Nicole attempted to catch a piece of dust. Unsuccessful, the dust attempted to retaliate, and tried to attach itself to Nicole like an evil parasite. Nicole ran.
The dust was defeated. This drawing was created as a commemoration to the event.

The Walt Stanchfield books are coming!!! Can't WAIT! Put together by the legendary Disney producer, Don Hahn, check out his site for an exclusive trailer!
Don't know who he is? Clay, Mark Kennedy and Will Finn have posted great accounts about the man himself.
Til next time!

R.

6 comments:

Leo Matsuda said...

Great sketches!!!Great Stories, Randeep!!! How's everything man?
keep up posting inspiring stuff!

Vadim said...

There is no us, you psychopathic bitch ( Arnold from True Lies) Good and u?>

Abbey said...

Sweet! I'm lovin the sketches! You're on a roll! Keep it up! And I'll keep using exclamation points!

Jarrett said...

Great story sketches, Randeep! ;D

I will call!

Andre Barnwell said...

Dope! I like the second from the top.

Joe Pitt said...

I love that shot of the wallpaper patter in Garden State. Such an emo film, but still great!