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Anything but Contempt

08 Oct

Every trailer should be like this one. Jean Luc Godard, Fritz Lang, Jack Palance, Michel Piccoli, a scarlet Alfa Romeo and Brigitte Bardot before she turned into a crazy lady frothing about the evil Moozlims. I’ve never been more excited about Greek statues!

But maybe the ability to cut a trailer of this sort is kind of like a superpower: it comes with great responsibility, young Peter! Can you imagine this movie:

Coming.
Soon.
To.
This Screen.

Trespassers will be digitized
And burnt onto CDs.

The Man.
The Radio.

Love
What is it
Emotion
Neurological action
Biochemical reaction
World’s greatest fraud

Life is a radio
Different tunes

Porn
Facebook

Life is a radio
Happy/Sad
Senti/Mad

Friends
Fuck buddies

Life is a radio
Different tunes

Facebook
What is it?

And… Ta-da! :

Hmmm. Methinks The Himesh isn’t quite the Bardot.

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Posted by on October 8, 2009 in Entertainment, Movies, Video

 

9 responses to “Anything but Contempt

  1. ramesh

    October 9, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    himesh should stick to being a ‘rock’ star in his movies .. his whole going hep turn makes me cringe but then the world is biased against poor himesh ..

     
    • Amrita

      October 12, 2009 at 2:59 pm

      Why are you the only person who likes these things the way I do? Sigh. I thought it was a bit of ha ha. No more Jean Luc Godard + The Himesh posts.

       
      • maxdavinci

        October 12, 2009 at 4:37 pm

        I’ll play ‘mann ka radio’ on full blast the week till it releases here!

        plus there are two ladeej that he gets to romance, aise jonar ke pitchur humka pasand hain ji!

         
        • Amrita

          October 14, 2009 at 1:14 pm

          Max – jonar jonar mein likha hai dekhne wale ka naam… and this one has ours all over it!

           
  2. Radio Silence

    October 14, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    It took a few days to let this fully sink in. “I’ve never been more excited about Greek statues” — me neither, lol! That IS an awesome trailer.

    What’s even awesomer is that ditty derived from the Radio trailer (interesting to see Bollywood making movies titled Blue, Radio…) — ah the philosophical quandaries! 😀

    Btw, I just wandered into The Awl site on your blogroll and was quite taken (couldn’t help thinking you’re their ghost writer or something — similar style, so witty!). They also had this bit on Mad Men, which, incidentally, features a Brigitte Bardot hairdo. I’m so gonna take your advice and look up the show online!

     
    • Amrita

      October 14, 2009 at 3:06 pm

      Natasha VC who write their Mad Men posts and has a Mad Men blog, is the one who actually led me to that trailer. I’d seen the movie a while back but I didn’t know this awesomeness was around! So yes, totally with you on the Awl love.

      The Awl kind of reminds me of the days when Gawker wasn’t the huge complex it is now, which is kind of fitting because these are ex-Gawker writers – but ex-Gawker writers who pretty much write whatever it is that they want to write about instead of writing the kind of hackery so much of the Gawker content has degenerated into.

      The only thing that bugs me about them sometimes is that they often write the things I want to write before I get a chance to do so! Like that post on Lindsay Lohan and Ungaro – I can’t believe they’re the only ones who saw it as a successful publicity stunt and everybody else is playing along!

       
      • RS

        October 14, 2009 at 5:29 pm

        Wowza!! What are the odds? (though I’ve long given up gasping thus.)

        The Awl was hiding in plain sight all along and it took your Mad Men (as opposed to mad women… remember that piece with The Yellow Wallpaper?) to open my eyes to its wonderfulness. Hmmm. And Gawker, I haven’t heard of at all (but guess I haven’t missed much).

         
  3. sachita

    October 15, 2009 at 1:21 am

    I shut my mouth earlier because this one made me want to watch the himesh movie. thot of himesh in his multiplex avatar is funny enough.

    ok, that is enough confessions for the day.

     
  4. Amrita

    October 15, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    RS – Gawker used to be fun, now it’s just hackery international.

    Sachita – hee hee hee! Don’t worry, I’ll be there watching the movie right alongside! Max will probably join in too!

     
 
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