The first is “Juno“, featuring Jason Bateman and Michael Cera, formerly of Arrested Development. If you haven’t watched that show, you must. You can watch the first season for free online at OpenHulu. A friend of mine suggested seeing this last week, and I regret not knowing more about it. Sound off in the comments if you’ve seen it.
A quick newsflash for anyone not in the know. Landmark Keystone Art Cinema in Indianapolis will be hosting a sneak preview of Michael Moore’s new documentary, Sicko this Saturday, June 23rd at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $8.50. The film opens next Friday, June 29th, so if you have been trying to decide if you wanted to be the first person with an iPhone, or the first person who sees Sicko, you now have an out.
If you don’t live in Indianapolis, there are plenty of other locations you can catch the preview at.
I may check out the Sneak Preview, as I would love to run a review. If you are planning on going as well, let me know in the comments.
I however have a terrible memory and really only know of Edie Sedgewick by some sort of lost memory, a sort of “I know I should know who she is and already know everything that I am about to see on screen” thought was circling in my head as I took my seat.
I enjoyed the film. I did some reasearch after seeing it, as I didn’t want to skew my opinion by researching fact before I enjoyed the fiction. Like all movies in this sort of genre, there where a lot of liberties taken. I have enjoyed watching wikipedia articles expand with opinions on the film published as vieled references to historical fact and attempts to summarize critical response.
Also interesting is Bob Dylan’s apparent distaste of Hayden Christensen’s composite character, Billy Quinn. Apparently Lou Reed also hates the movie.
Man, I thought it was good, but, I can see their point. It is a fictionalized version of people’s real lives. I have some crazy friends. I have some crazy friends that are artists, musicians, and filmmakers, and lawyers, and baristas, and one that is a miner. Yes, I would be pissed if some young director made a movie about my friends and it wasn’t right. Really upset.
But I would also be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy the film. I think Andy Warhol would have enjoyed it as well.
It was quite glamorous.