No, we didn’t quite manage to get all the way to Paris with the latest episode of the world’s only film podcast in Bahasa Malaysia. Rather, Mr Muz managed to take in the city of love and shared his experiences (not) doing what they did in the movies. Elsewhere, we were inspired (read: had nothing better to do) to watch both ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ and ‘The Shining’, and were inspired (read: don’t know what to talk about) to talk about these two films in greater detail. All this and more in the only film podcast in the world that uses the term lampu limpah in the past tense!
Dan Lain Lain
- What the bucket list is and the movie that popularise the term, which we reviewed here
- The correct pronunciation of Paris
- Films that’s set in and features Paris, which Woody Allen loves so much
- For those who are interested to read the actual ‘Before Sunset’ screenplay
- The famous bookstore in Paris, founded by Sylvia Beach, and the not-always-rich-but-definitely-famous people who hangout there
- You can also check out Promenade Plantee (which was actually built on an unused railway track, not an unused metro track) and Le Pure Cafe, and they are not that far if you want to walk, so Muz is not entirely correct there…
- The ‘Before Sunset’ route for those who wants to be like Muz…
- …and the ‘The Da Vinci Code’ Walk Tour that Muz saw in Paris, for those who want to be like Robert Langdon
- The bench at Promenade Plantee that featured in ‘Before Sunset’ and the railing that Jesse slid down
- If you’re in America, though, check out New York’s answer to Promenade Plantee, The High Line
- We just love this version of Radiohead’s Creep, featuring Johnny Depp, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Paris in this film
- Ric Flair: whoooooo!
- An explanation of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey and a seriously exhaustive analysis of ‘The Shining’
- Kubrick’s lesser-known film, ‘Paths of Glory’, starring the Kirk from the Douglases of Michael and Cameron
- Stanley Kubrick influences Christopher Nolan, who we Lampu Limpahed in episode 4
- How Stanley Kubrick beat both Richard Branson AND Steve Job
- Who the hell is HAL, and why is science fiction dead after ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’
- HAL Shutdown – is the robot more humane? One thing for sure…they can’t consume LSD…can they?
- From the room to the foetus: what do you think it means?
- Jack Nicholson is freaky
- What is Room 237 all about? You might find out through this documentary…
- Twins: eeriely unsettling
Filpen Minggu Ini
- ‘The Boy Who Rocked The World’ by Paul Gan
- Shortlisted for the BMW Shorties 2013 and a multi-award winner from the Malaysian Digital Film Awards 2013
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