Movies are just the best and Australians? Well they’re pretty good too, if a little sweary. Put them together and you’ve got movie meme perfection.
Twitter savant Illy Bocean is a genius who’s done just that. Realising that classic Hollywood films and the Australian love of barely-enunciated consonants and rude words, are the perfect match, he’s re-captioned some classic lines from the silver screen with an Aussie edge.
A few of the scenes in TBS’ new dark comedy, Search Party, are so awkwardly funny they’re cringe-worthy. Others touch upon more serious issues – the self-centered culture of Brooklyn’s millennial, hipster youth; the very real feeling of being a driftlessly ambivalent twenty-something; strained mother/daughter relationships. Throw in a dash of mystery and expertly executed comic relief, and it’s a winning combination.
The show’s back and forth storytelling — between serious tension and…
Once again, the sports and real worlds have converged to show there are two Americas, one experienced by white people and the other experienced by minorities.
While the big-toothed, red-faced visage of a baseball team’s logo takes center stage at the World Series in Cleveland, seven states away real Native American people are faced down by police who look outfitted for war, not a dialogue with unarmed protesters.
LOS ANGELES — Painting in virtual reality could be its own Mystic Art.
The reality-bending sorcery of Doctor Strange is what gives Marvel’s latest a visual freshness that blew critics away, and now a trio of VR artists have recreated its psychedelic environments in the headset using Tilt Brush by Google.
Look closely: There are some sneaky peeks at what we’ll see when Doctor Strange opens Nov. 4.