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Teeth

TEETH - trailer

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planes mistaken for stars/kingdom of magic at the mercury lounge!! :)

Posted by sarah cass | November 24, 2007 1:56 PM

just to clear things up. i'm not there is not good. it is unbelievable.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 2:59 PM

Yeah BV, Blind Melon is playing Langerado too, sans Shannon Hoon of course.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 3:24 PM

wait, so does her vagina have teeth that eat people?

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 4:13 PM

I find that beard cap more disturbing than that trailer. Imagine what happens when his nose starts running.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 4:51 PM

frankie bones and adam x at studio b???? the original brooklyn underground.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 10:55 PM

Go see Blind Melon!

Posted by lone_hipster_in_williamsburg | November 24, 2007 11:17 PM

"just to clear things up. i'm not there is not good. it is unbelievable.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 2:59 PM"

Just to clear things up for real, this guy above and jeff from the gothamist are 2 giant morons. This film is unbelievably BAD. I am probably one of the biggest Bob Dylan fans and other than Cate Blanchett's performance this movie sucks. It is one guys imagination of Dylan and basically what he comes up with is Dylan is a mysterious person with many different personas. WOW what a revelation!!!!. I mean cmon, I love some of Todd Haynes films but this is a crapper. It is totally meant for hipsters to go and see and think they are cool and smart and so cutting edge. Way too long and self indulgent.

Posted by Anonymous | November 24, 2007 11:56 PM

anon 11:56 apparently has no sense of poetics. i'm not there is an absolutely wonderfully challenging and beautifully amazing film. cate blanchet's performance is brilliant and revelatory. if she doesn't take home an oscar this year, there is absolutely no justice in the world. she's nothing short of transcendent.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 12:35 AM

anon 12:35am is an idiot like the dopes above or is probably one of them posting again. Do not believe this crap. Blah Blah Blah poetics, challenging etc etc. I could list 50 better films over the years that actually do deserve these platitudes. And believe me i have seen more challenging and rewarding films(Out 1, Berlin Alexanderplatz to name just 2) then you probably have ever seen. This film is not one of them. Its a wank off pretending to be all of these things but when you cut the crap and get right down to the nitty gritty it will register in your senses for about as long as it will be in theaters(ie a very short time). Oh and i can feel the hipsters about to scream "oh you just dont get it" Uh huh, believe me i get it.

And by the way, i mentioned in the previous post how Cate Blanchett is a standout. And not that Oscars really mean anything but before you go screaming about no justice, I am sure you have not seen any of the female performances from say La Vie En Rose, Juno, Away From Her, A MIghty Heart, The Savages, P.S. I Love You and even Grace is Gone. Cate Blanchett is truly an amazing actress no doubt but be she has plenty of worthy competition.

Fake Art house losers please die, thanks

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 4:52 AM

sooo... "A Mighty Heart" is an art house movie?

I think most of the movies Anon 4:52 is mentioning are pretty standard, relatively large-budget movies.

Granted, "I'm Not There" is a fairly big movie, too, but it is not a standard narrative. The look of the film is gorgeous. Even if you don't pay attention to what's going on, it's great just to get wrapped up in the pretty pictures and the impeccably chosen soundtrack.

I've seen it twice now, and would love to see it again. I don't care what any idiot, self-proclaimed cineaste says... "I'm not There" is a really great watch. That and "No Country For Old Men" are some of the only new movies out worth watching.

If you're looking for a truly magnificent movie going experience, check out the Technicolor series at Museum of the Moving Image. I saw "Meet Me in St. Louis" there yesterday. Gorgeous!

Posted by rocked the shit | November 25, 2007 8:57 AM

"check out the Technicolor series at Museum of the Moving Image"

HELL NO! GET THE FUCK OUT OF ASTORIA, HIPSTERS!

Posted by Astoria native | November 25, 2007 10:24 AM

SHOCK RADAR BLEW THE ROOF OFF THE KNITTING FACTORY LAST NIGHT!!!

WHAT A SHOW!

Posted by Winston | November 25, 2007 11:37 AM

anon 4:52 really needs to examine what makes him so negative and bitter and then maybe one day he'll have a shot at happiness. poor poor anon 4:52.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 11:38 AM

I saw I'm Not There last night with three people. All three of them liked Control, but did not like I'm Not There. Two of the tree had trouble staying awake.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 12:13 PM

"sooo... "A Mighty Heart" is an art house movie?

I think most of the movies Anon 4:52 is mentioning are pretty standard, relatively large-budget movies.

Granted, "I'm Not There" is a fairly big movie, too, but it is not a standard narrative. The look of the film is gorgeous. Even if you don't pay attention to what's going on, it's great just to get wrapped up in the pretty pictures and the impeccably chosen soundtrack.

I've seen it twice now, and would love to see it again. I don't care what any idiot, self-proclaimed cineaste says... "I'm not There" is a really great watch. That and "No Country For Old Men" are some of the only new movies out worth watching.

If you're looking for a truly magnificent movie going experience, check out the Technicolor series at Museum of the Moving Image. I saw "Meet Me in St. Louis" there yesterday. Gorgeous!

Posted by rocked the shit | November 25, 2007 8:57 AM"

No you fuckhead, A Mighty Heart is not an art house film. Learn to read. Claiming you don't care what some idiot cineaste has to say and then showing yourself to be a complete schmuck is really rich. I was talking about I'm Not There. And just goes to show what you know about film. Most of the movies i listed are not "pretty standard, relatively large-budget movies" as you stated. Yes the look of I'm Not There is very nice but I like to see movies that are more than just pretty looking. About the only thing you said that was correct was that the film is not a standard narrative. Actually it has NO narrative at all. Oh and yeah No Counrty for Old Men is amazing. Now there is a picture made by 2 truly gifted craftsman. And nice try at the end to throw in info about the Met's Technicolor series which i am sure you just looked up and was not actually at.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 2:58 PM

"anon 4:52 really needs to examine what makes him so negative and bitter and then maybe one day he'll have a shot at happiness. poor poor anon 4:52.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 11:38 AM"

It is not negative and bitterness if it is true. I am very happy by the way and much more when i see films that are not crap like I'm Not There.


"I saw I'm Not There last night with three people. All three of them liked Control, but did not like I'm Not There. Two of the tree had trouble staying awake.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 12:13 PM"

What a shocker hahaha. Most people have trouble staying awake in it.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 3:01 PM

"It is not negative and bitterness if it is true. I am very happy by the way and much more when i see films that are not crap like I'm Not There."

umm, im sorry, but you are coming off very bitter. You can still be bitter and have what you're saying be the truth.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 3:16 PM

""It is not negative and bitterness if it is true. I am very happy by the way and much more when i see films that are not crap like I'm Not There."

umm, im sorry, but you are coming off very bitter. You can still be bitter and have what you're saying be the truth.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 3:"

Whatever, you are entitled to your opinion however stupid and incorrect it is.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 4:53 PM

^Are you going to resort to calling people stupid now?

Hey, maybe you aren't bitter. I'm just calling it how I see it. Seems to me, I'm not the only one either.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 11:39 PM

Dylan is beyond over-romanticized at this point. The painful Scorsese biography was bloated and embarrasing as it was (last year), and to see people still blindly glorifying Dylan is beyond depressing. The man was a relevant force back in the 60's, it's really, really time to move forward now and let this guy sell cars and other objects. Next...

Posted by deb | November 25, 2007 11:45 PM

"^Are you going to resort to calling people stupid now?

Hey, maybe you aren't bitter. I'm just calling it how I see it. Seems to me, I'm not the only one either.

Posted by Anonymous | November 25, 2007 11:39 PM"


As you stated, I am just calling it as I see it so yes you are stupid.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 12:04 AM

anonymous 12:04, i'm backing the other people here and calling you "bitter" as well. you seem extremely negative. i feel sorry for you because you probably block out a lot of potentially rewarding experiences by being so quick to be judge. think about it. there's an easier way to live.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 1:49 AM

"anonymous 12:04, i'm backing the other people here and calling you "bitter" as well. you seem extremely negative. i feel sorry for you because you probably block out a lot of potentially rewarding experiences by being so quick to be judge. think about it. there's an easier way to live.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 1:49 AM"

HAHAHA another fucking idiot or probably the same moron as before trying to make it seem like there are "others". You are backing the other people here? Who gives a shit ya fuckwit.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 5:21 AM

re:i'm not there
i think the entire richard gere segment is the sole source of what ruined the movie, but jim james had me in tears, that's all im gonna say.

and as for the overall credibility of the film, i agree it was wildly esoteric and crazy but i think it stands out because of how transcendent the entire experience was. i wish there was more ben whishaw - and heath ledger's representation of dylan as the everyday man was extremely powerful, despite some shades of pretension. marcus carl franklin stole my heart. and don't get me started on cate blanchett - she really was a vision.

at times, it was certainly trying too hard, but at others, i know i was completely blown away - and for me, those moments outshone the trite jump cuts and outlandish dialogue. i also have an overwhelming desire to see it again. todd haynes simply just knows how to keep us hanging on - whether for the compelling things or the wierd moments we couldnt believe or appreciate, we're all suffering from SOME kind of whiplash after this film.

now... im excited for juno!!!

Posted by team sassypants | November 26, 2007 11:40 AM

team s: i agree that the richard gere segment was pretty unbearable, but merely a slight blight in an otherwise stunning film. cate blanchet. what an incredible woman. i could watch her watching paint dry and it would still be fascinating. this postmodern exercise in the film biopic will surely divide it's audiences, though i was certainly won over.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 12:37 PM

Blah blah blah hipster blather. People like Team s and anon 12:37 could find the transcendence etc in Dylan's recent car commercials. These people are clueless and really have no merit. They probably do not even believe their own words.
Again, fake art house losers please die, thanks.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 1:14 PM

anonymous 1:14, has it even occurred to your bitter brain, that -you- in fact are a hipster for repeated coming on to brooklyn vegan and lurking around like the miserable negative jerk that you are. i dont know what bitter disappointments in life caused you to become so horribly miserable, but i feel might sorry for you. mighty sorry. ba humbug to you and yours.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 1:47 PM

"anonymous 1:14, has it even occurred to your bitter brain, that -you- in fact are a hipster for repeated coming on to brooklyn vegan and lurking around like the miserable negative jerk that you are. i dont know what bitter disappointments in life caused you to become so horribly miserable, but i feel might sorry for you. mighty sorry. ba humbug to you and yours.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 1:47 PM"


Amazing these idiots are. Again, just because someone points out the truth does not make them bitter and miserable. And you can take your fake hipster pity and shove it up your ass.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 2:11 PM

anon 2:11 let's hope that your misery certainly isn't contagious because it's pretty scary.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 5:21 PM

anon 2:11 it's -just- a movie. nothing to get so worked up about. maybe you should ask yourself what in your life you really are so angry about. focus on that instead and hopefully you might get some kind of breakthrough.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 5:23 PM

"anon 2:11 let's hope that your misery certainly isn't contagious because it's pretty scary.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 5:21 PM"

"anon 2:11 it's -just- a movie. nothing to get so worked up about. maybe you should ask yourself what in your life you really are so angry about. focus on that instead and hopefully you might get some kind of breakthrough.

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 5:23 PM"


Keep it comin dummies. You only make yourselves look even more idiotic. I am lovin it by the way

Posted by Anonymous | November 26, 2007 6:12 PM

is no one gonna talk about the girl's dental vagina? i will not see that movie.

Posted by ok | November 26, 2007 6:57 PM

That guy is a real jerk, eh? Oh well, I guess that's how some people get their rocks off.

Posted by rocked the shit | November 26, 2007 9:48 PM

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