Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
I must say I was a bit disappointed at Feist for selling out, but what was I expecting? She did sell 1234 to Apple after all. But now, department stores! At least she didn’t play Christmas songs. I was even more disappointed at not having seen Kristin, whom I believe would have been a more uplifting performer. Having said that, I did move to Sealion. And these kids were pretty good too.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Even Spider-Man turned up, ‘cause he’s an upstanding guy and totally for civil rights for everyone. Spidey was in town to receive the key to the city (something related to a live action show next weekend) and I don’t really know if he attended the parade or not, but the crime rate in
Speaking of gay and
Meanwhile, Rodrigo Santoro is Jim Carrey’s lover in I Love you Phillip Morris, which looks pretty bad. No wonder they’re having a hard time finding distribution in the US. It's got distribution guaranteed in Brazil, though.
On an gay-unrelated note, what looks really good is Dobro de Cinco, a movie based on a Brazilian graphic novel by Lourenço Mutarelli. The production uses live action and 3D animation.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Posthumous homage or cash grab? A bit of both, of course. This Is It leaves you wishing that this concert would have come true -- it was going to be quite a spectacle. Even though this is more a documentary than a concert video, we are still only allowed very few glimpses into the mind of the man in the mirror. Even in his last days, very little of the real person behind the shades comes through. We never see Michael sweat. Or suffer. We just see him sing and dance.
It seems that