Circuitos

Scroll to Info & Navigation

Tag Results

41 posts tagged 80s

You must watch this film for the following reasons: 
A lot of things you liked about Drive were lifted from this movie
Everybody is either corrupt, a walking corpse or both
Way better than Lethal Weapon
Exquisite photography and camera work because: William Friedkin
An entire sequence is a tutorial on how to counterfeit money
Crazy car chases and gunplay
Willem Dafoe
Tits
My only problem is with the cheesy synth-rock soundtrack. This entire movie should have been orchestrated to Guns N’ Roses songs. Other than that it’s impeccable. 

You must watch this film for the following reasons: 

  1. A lot of things you liked about Drive were lifted from this movie
  2. Everybody is either corrupt, a walking corpse or both
  3. Way better than Lethal Weapon
  4. Exquisite photography and camera work because: William Friedkin
  5. An entire sequence is a tutorial on how to counterfeit money
  6. Crazy car chases and gunplay
  7. Willem Dafoe
  8. Tits

My only problem is with the cheesy synth-rock soundtrack. This entire movie should have been orchestrated to Guns N’ Roses songs. Other than that it’s impeccable. 

Brilliant.
newsweek:

nedhepburn:

ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Do you think this will last forever?DAVID COVERDALE:  Eh… what? What the fuck? ADRIAN VANDENBURG: This love. That I’m feeling.DAVID COVERDALE: …ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Sorry.DAVID COVERDALE:  That’s my line.ADRIAN VANDENBURG: No, I mean, this moment. August 1st, 1990, the peak of our fame.DAVID COVERDALE: I choose not to think about that. I’m banging models and have the voice of a horny angel. Fuck it. ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Don’t you have a creeping suspicion it’ll all be over too soon? Should we keep investing in this moment that we’re in?DAVID COVERDALE:  Look, I’m having a good time. We’re goddam Whitesnake. This gravy train will never end. ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Shouldn’t we diversify our happiness, though, and not put all our eggs into one basket? It’s the 90’s, man. A new era. We don’t need to change. The publishi - I mean - music industry - will never, ever have to change as long as they’ve got big guns like you and I.DAVID COVERDALE: We will ride this wave all the way up the beach. I can assure of it - that we don’t need to change. They do. ADRIAN VANDENBURG: That’s some deep shit, man.

In Which Ned Hepburn Reminds Us of the Parallels Between ’80s Metal Bands and Modern Big Media

Brilliant.

newsweek:

nedhepburn:

ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Do you think this will last forever?
DAVID COVERDALE:  Eh… what? What the fuck? 
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: This love. That I’m feeling.
DAVID COVERDALE:
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Sorry.
DAVID COVERDALE:  That’s my line.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: No, I mean, this moment. August 1st, 1990, the peak of our fame.
DAVID COVERDALE: I choose not to think about that. I’m banging models and have the voice of a horny angel. Fuck it. 
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Don’t you have a creeping suspicion it’ll all be over too soon? Should we keep investing in this moment that we’re in?
DAVID COVERDALE:  Look, I’m having a good time. We’re goddam Whitesnake. This gravy train will never end. 
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Shouldn’t we diversify our happiness, though, and not put all our eggs into one basket? It’s the 90’s, man. A new era. We don’t need to change. The publishi - I mean - music industry - will never, ever have to change as long as they’ve got big guns like you and I.
DAVID COVERDALE: We will ride this wave all the way up the beach. I can assure of it - that we don’t need to change. They do. 
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: That’s some deep shit, man.


In Which Ned Hepburn Reminds Us of the Parallels Between ’80s Metal Bands and Modern Big Media