This is the second part of the “Me from A to Z” series! You can check out part 1 right here.
I hope you enjoy it and I’d love for some of my fellow bloggers to pick up the idea 😉
As I posted this back in 2015, I updated a few things in this posts – so you’re getting the 2019 status right now!
I – Inside Jokes: I’m pretty sure whoever has to listen to me and my friends must think that we are all nuts. Sometimes our conversations exist almost exclusively of inside jokes. As ridiculous as it is, I love it. The jokes may be totally stupid, but never fail to make me smile.
J – June: I couldn’t think of anything cool or interesting for the letter J, so I chose June, the month I was born in. I always liked it, almost summer but not yet too hot. During university my excitement over June has been ebbing. It’s when all the exams for the summer semester take place meaning that it’s nothing but stress and I hardly ever get to leave the house. Plus it usually means that I can’t spend my birthday at home nor celebrate it at all. With an exam coming up the next day you’re not in the mood for a party.
K – Kitchen: My favourite room! I love to cook and to bake so the kitchen is the place to be for me. Whenever I’m at a home center I glance longingly at all those amazing kitchens with all the appliances a cook could ever dream of. Continue reading
Quentin Tarantino’s homage to Japanese martial-arts-movies consists of the parts. The revenge epic originally was one film but due to the enormous length it was split into Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Kill Bill Vol. 2.
Kill Bill 1
The Plot (Kill Bill Vol. 1):
The film revolves around a young woman who once was a member of the assassin squad deadly viper. When
she pregnant she decided to start a new life. But as she is about to get married her former colleagues show up and turn the wedding into a massacre. The young woman, called the bride, swears revenge.
The movie opens with a black/white scene. The bride who is already advanced in pregnancy lies in church with blood smeared all over her face. A man, Bill, walks up to her and raises his gun to shoot her in the head. Just before he pulls the trigger the woman whispers: “Bill, it’s your baby.” He shoots.
Chapter I: 2
The bride is in a typical suburb. She’s there to visit Vernita Green alias Copperhead. The bride enters the house and the two women begin to fight. Copperhead dies as the bride stabs her with a knife. When she is about to leave Vernitas little daughter walks in. The bride tells her that she didn’t want her to see all this but when she’s grown up and still hasn’t finished with this she can take revenge. Continue reading
Quentin Tarantinos Gangster movie that was shot in 1994 did not only win him an Oscar but also advanced to a cult-film that raised the bar for other movie makers.
The story composes of the prologue with the first main scene and three episodes. They all are interwoven and
aren’t shown in chronological order. The entire events revolve around a suitcase that’s content isn’t revealed throughout the whole movie (a so-called MacGuffin).
Quentin Tarantinos first movie which can be assigned to the genre of Heist-movies tells the story of a robbery gone wrong.
The movie begins with a scene in a diner. Mr. White, Mr. Blue, Mr. Orange, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Pink, Mr. Brown, Joe Cabot and Nice Guy Eddie are having breakfast. They chat about irrelevances like whether or not to tip the waitress, drink their coffee and leave the restaurant. During the opening credits you can hear a radio show in the background where a DJ points out that this channel plays the biggest hits of the 70s which is then followed by one of the hits. (This radio show will be mentioned several times throughout the movie) Continue reading
Well, there are some movies that are quite extraordinary. While watching them you might catch yourself thinking ‘wtf??’ several times but no matter what although being strange at times these movies are awesome. They may be different from those usual hollywood movies that are all the same but that’s what I love about them. So here are 5 movies ‘non-mainstream-movies’ you should check out: