Destiny Turns on the Radio
Johnny Destiny burns into Las Vegas in his hot Plymouth RoadRunner, stopping only to pick up a stranger stranded in the desert. But then, things aren't always as they seem. Anything can happen in that town of many possibilities...especially since there's been some weird electrical disturbances. As the stranger, fresh out of prison, tries to put his life back together--to recover his money from an old bank heist and the girl he lost in doing the job--something keeps interfering with his plans. Is it fate...or just Destiny?
- Stars:Dylan McDermott, Nancy Travis, James Le Gros, Quentin Tarantino, James Belushi, Janet Carroll, David Cross, Richard Edson, Bobcat Goldthwait, Barry Shabaka Henley, Lisa Jane Persky, Sarah Trigger, Tracey Walter, Allen Garfield, Ralph Brannen,
- Director:Jack Baran,
- Writer:Robert Ramsey, Matthew Stone
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(jp) wrote: Reminds me of an old school 80's flick.
(gb) wrote: I heard it's not very historically accurate (of course) and not as good as the "real" Jane Austen stories, but hey, it looks worth seeing.
(us) wrote: Wicker Park isn't trying to be a perfect film on the level of plot. Yes there are many holes, and yes the entire scenario could be resolved with a simple phone call on the part of its characters. But thematically, the film invites contemplation into important aspects of life: perspective, memory, obsession, love, and illusion. The how and to extent which people perceive and remember the world is fascinating, because it is always different. The extent to which our lives are dictated by coincidence and luck is disconcerting when we like to believe control is our ally. Perspective and memory shape the film as well as the character's lives: perspectives ricochet off one another and land in disparate parts of the world, while memory manifests non-linearly and often only in fleeting images, all of which the film beautifully captures.The ubiquity of cameras and transparent surfaces (and materials) invites skepticism into the idea of reality. Mediated through all of these elements, as well as fantasy, the film denies tangibility and permanence, and points to the impermanence and intangibility of life and love. Nothing is what it seems. Everything is a projection, like an image onto a screen, like a fantasy onto a person. For all of these reasons, I return to Wicker Park yearly. I absolutely love it. (and so would Baudrillard I think:)
(es) wrote: I knew this movie would not be a hit for the critics.....one that just works inspite of itself.
(de) wrote: a Une trs bonne adaptation cinmatographique d'une histoire relle. Un jeune garon est retrouv vagabondant dans la nature dans les annes 1798. Le docteur Itard va tout mettre en oeuvre pour essayer de rattraper toute l'ducation perdue, non sans souci.