A year of sex, revenge, war, corruption, violence, and drugs. Then we have the top ten films of 2017.
I’ve started going to the local Buddhist Centre once a week. Here I learn to detach myself, calm myself, give a little love to everything, let those negative emotions flow down a nearby drain. It isn’t really working yet, so maybe I need to lash out on something, really unload and release those negatives, leaving only positives. Giving five crummy films from 2017 their due ought to do it I think…
Channel Film has been kicking about for nearly a year now, but this is the first post. Let’s enjoy the past year now.
Director Richard Linklater has a real love for time, be it the past, present or future, and Everybody Wants Some is another return to the American college life, only this time we visit the 80’s. This film looks into the lighter side of college life, with rivalries, baseball, romance, mild drug use and beer pong (BBFC 15). Sometimes its simply something to watch a film which doesn’t turn dark on your ass, Rules of Attraction exists for that.
A film for those who want to party like it’s 1980. In America. With baseball bats. To play baseball, not beat small animals up. Continue reading