>Post a picture of yourself
>Post your top 3 favorite musicians
>Post your top 3 favorite film directors
>Make assumptions about others
>Animal Collective, Yasuaki Shimizu, Brian Wilson
>Eric Rohmer, Yasujiro Ozu, Andrew Bujalski
>System of a Down, Deftones, Grateful Dead
>Kubrick, Tarantino, Kevin Smith
>the man above me looks like a hipster but has pretty decent taste, looks like he drinks micro brews
>Beirut, Belle and Sebastian, and The Drums
>Stanley Kubrick, Coen brothers, Spike Jonze
You seem like an alright guy, may have been bullied in junior high and high school but you grew from it.
Eclectic taste, quiet easy going but anxious guy
In early 20's, was kind of a punk in school. Party guy
>Mikael Akerfeldt, Devin Townsend, Niilo Sevanen
>Joon Ho Bong, Nicolas Winding Refn, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Seems intimidating and perpetually angry but is actually a really genuine guy capable of good conversation.
I don't drink at all though.
I stick with my tree and psychedelics for the most part.
Was a huge nerd back in high school (not necessarily a bad thing, I was too), but recently has been trying to branch out in the entertainment mediums he consumes.
Has naturally good taste, but still on his own journey.
I was definitely bullied hard in middle and high school. Definitely grew from it and became quite an extroverted and passionate person as a result.
You're a fraud.
His movies are shit and you're shit.
If somebody is trying to be "deep" and make "masterpieces" then they aren't actually being deep nor making masterpieces.
He reeks of inauthenticity as do his films.
It's not a matter of "STOP LIKING WHAT I DON'T LIKE" it's a matter of understanding the proper definition of pretension and being a tryhard.
Not to say pretention in film is a bad thing, I have a huge soft spot for the ambition and raw talent of Noe, despite how pretentious his work is.
However, Inarritu isn't ambitious nor talented. He just wants to be seen as a canonized auteur despite not having the ability to be a genuine one. He's far too immature to have anything of any substance to say with his work as well.
In the words of Abbas Kiarostami; "When I talk to some of the younger filmmakers, they are so worried about their films that, eventually, this state of being worried reflects itself in and helps the final work. Whereas, with projects that are meticulously planned, you look at the end result and it is full of emptiness"
>Mikael akerfeldt, Jason Bonham, Fu Manchu
>Tarantino, Fincher, George Miller
I'm sorry I blew up at you on the internet, it's just that as a filmmaker/general artist myself; Inarritu is one of those things I get really heated over.
I don't much like being aligned with misogyny desu.
Understandable, like I said I respect the passion. Can I ask what you think about directors like Kevin Smith? Would you still consider him a passionate person after all he's done film wise?
>Robert Fripp, Aaron Turner, Michael Gira
>Kubrick, Paul Thomas Anderson, Martin Scorsese
Takes his interests quite seriously
Quite pessimistic, but still gives everything a try despite it
Enjoys recreational mathematics
Wishes she could find a partner who shared her tastes and mindset
Dislikes his job, but tolerates it to support his hobbies
I'm bad at assumptions
I think he has a lot of natural talent, and everything he does seems to be a labor of love (I haven't seen anything of his post Red State though).
The problem is he's much too flawed of a person and it comes across in his work.
He's always second guessing himself, doesn't really have confidence in his ability as an auteur, and has never really immersed himself into the artform like he should have.
Thus his films always feel quite immature, and lack cohesion.
He had the potential to become an incredible naturalist director but he never really grew up enough to figure out how he should properly grow and use that potential.
I like a lot of what he's done, despite how flawed much of it is.
Despite the fact that I can enjoy his movies though, most all of it is all wasted potential.
>Alan Parsons, Frank Zappa, Miles Davis
>Kubrick, Ridley Scott, Yuasa Masaaki
>Fenriz, Billy Corgan, Stza Crack
>Kubrick, Sam Raimi, John Carpenter
ps I'm the middle guy
Also guy above me looks like a fan of getting mad baked
>The National, Béla Fleck, George Erza
>Charlie Kaufman, Tom McCarthy, Denis Villeneuve
Kinda out there tastes, but I like it
Part of the not-mainstream mainstream crowd, but cool goy.
Good stuff. Smart Guy. Bit Pretentious.
Wants to be apart of another race
Genuinely likes his stuff, and doesn't care what others think
You're cool, honest.
Like your taste in directors
Lou Reed, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Roy Ayers
Stanley Kubrick, Danny Boyle, Spike Jonze
It was a neat genre bending exercise, and I was surprised that it worked as well as it did.
It wasn't perfect obviously, but it definitely wasn't bad.
Have you seen Tangerine yet? Probably in my top 3 films of 2015.
björk, eminem, Lamb
kubrick, inarritu, mamoru oshii
you are over 30
owns a vinyl player and has a bigh bookshelf
also watchs lots of horror
Browses /mu/ way too much
> Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave, Tom Waits
> Orson Welles, Orson Welles, Orson Welles
Felt, David Bowie, The Go-Betweens
I don't watch enough film to care
Feels guilt over everything. Naturalist at heart.
Finds small talk boring. Others think he's boring. A shadow in the workplace. Rich inner world.
Fan of YouTube comedy shows. Goal-oriented outlook on life. Prankster.
Overly sensitive; criticism hurts badly. Hard to get to know. Very loyal but self-conscious.