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Jewelry Finds: Higher-End, Less-Seen, Zodiac-Heavy Edition (Weidian)

2020.09.12 16:51 pluto-senshi Jewelry Finds: Higher-End, Less-Seen, Zodiac-Heavy Edition (Weidian)

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-- Edit: here's the FashionReps guide that helped me figure out Weidian with SuperBuy, hope it helps some of you too!
My Weidian app logged me out a couple days back and for a moment - before some random, panicked button clicking let me back into my account - the extensive contents of my cart flashed before my eyes. I took this as a sign that life is fleeting and finds are meant to be shared, so I present to you, my favorite jewelry finds of the less-often-seen, mostly lowkey branded type!
If you haven't used Weidian before, it's not too difficult! (And if you have, please give me tips on how to use it better!!) My early successes finding items came with Google Translate or searching TB item names for similar products, then for finds I liked, browsing the stores they came from. My current successes are largely through them knowing my taste so well that I mostly browse my recommendations... a dangerous game.
In my experience, Weidian is more accepting of using brand names in listings, making some items easier to find... but also lacks image search, making many items much harder to find. I've found some reps on there that I'd given up hope for even existing... but only by accident, 30 minutes into scrolling through the contents of a store that simultaneously sells clothes, shoes, books, and homewares.
I have not ordered any of these items yet! But I have ordered from Weidian before and was happy with my items, and will be attempting some of these finds next haul!
If you're like me and immediately stalk the full store of every RepLady find you like, here are the ones these all come from - be warned, some of these took me an hour+ just to scroll through:


Dacheng Xiaopu The holy grail, never-ending jewelry store of my dreams
FanXin Another extensive jewelry store
Notice Accessories All jewelry store, some items branded correctly and some seemingly branded with "Notice Shop," worth watching out for!
Mango Jewelry Studio All-jewelry store
Eva Daydream Mixed jewelry/shoes/bags store
Pharaoh's Dream Country Mixed jewelry/shoes/accessories store

And without further ado, here are some of my favorite jewelry finds:


APM Toimoi Necklace
APM Aligator Choker
Buccellati Animal Pendants
Dior Mother of Pearl Western Zodiac Necklaces
Dior Chunky Gold Western Zodiac Necklaces
Dior Cursive Western Zodiac Necklaces ($$$)
Dior Embellished Pearl Necklace
Givenchy Skull Necklace
Gucci Metal Heart Necklace
Hermes Lock Necklace
La Mome Bijou "Kiss Me If You Can" Necklace
LV Chinese Zodiac Necklaces
LV Year of the Rat Necklace & Earrings
Tiffany Padlock Necklace


APM Alien Earrings
APM(?) Angry Birds Earrings
Chloe Femininities Ring Earrings
Chloe Padlock Earrings
Dior Pearl Coral-Look Earrings
Dior Pearl Western Zodiac Earrings
Dior Dangly Western Zodiac Earrings
Gucci Ridiculous Single Long Earring
Hefang Tassel Earrings
Simone Rocha Pearl & CZ Earrings
Simone Rocha Xs and Os Earrings


Chanel Lifesaver Brooch
Chanel Coco Brooch
Chanel Acrylic Coco Train Brooch
Chanel Acrylic Beach Umbrella Brooch
Chanel Acrylic Clock Brooch
Chanel Intricate Scarab Brooch
Chanel Crest-Style Scarab Brooch
Dior Logo Brooch Style 1
Dior Logo Brooch Style 2
Dior White CD Brooch
Diptyque Aromatherapy Brooch


Buccellati Cuffs ($$$)
Dior CNY 2020 Phoenix Bracelet
Hefang Year of The Rat Bracelets
Hefang Year of The Pig Bracelets


Dior Oui Ring
Dior Knuckle Ring
Dior Chain Ring
Hefang Western Zodiac Rings


Chanel Sunhat Hairpin
Celine Starfish Hairclip
Dior Stretch Headbands
LV Phone Rings
YVMIN Fake Glasses
Simone Rocha Stars Hairclip

Hope you all like these! And please do share any of your favorite finds if you dive into these/other Weidian stores 😁
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2020.05.30 23:11 supersecretniece A very Feral Strumpet review

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Hi everyone! I wanted to give some love to Feral Strumpet, a jewelry brand that I don’t ever see talked about on here! They are based in Scotland so their pieces take a while to get into my hands but it’s well worth the wait. Each piece came thoughtfully wrapped and placed into a sleek black box, slipped into a delicate sachet. Only one tiny petty gripe: the lavender buds. It’s very aesthetically pleasing and smells great, but a little messy.
The first piece that piqued my interest was the Boleyn. I reach for this necklace nearly every day- the 17.5” chain is very flattering and the design is a perfect balance between spooky and simple. I’m just endlessly tickled by the teeny tiny key that slips into the pendant, idk why but I find it so charming.
Not too long after getting the Boleyn, I got my hands on the Nótt and Hare and Moon necklaces. The hare necklace is somewhat customizable with a few different options for the color of suede cord or waxed linen, and is adjustable. I’m still fiddling with the cord to try and figure out how to adjust it haha. (Slightly irrelevant side note: I used to collect rabbit stuff all the time because I thought I was born the year of the rabbit- turns out I just didn’t understand the Chinese zodiac at all and I’m really a tiger. Go figure.) Last up is Nótt, which enchanted me almost immediately. The black goldstone is stunningly sparkly against the rustic flattened copper backing. Funnily enough, this stone is neither black nor gold, more purple actually. I appreciate this piece because typically “witchy” type statement jewelry with long chains can be a bit overwhelming on my frame, but this one has a short enough chain that the pendant falls in just the right spot.
Will definitely be shopping with them again in the future. I have my eye on their Czech glass pieces for next time and I may even consider grabbing some glasses chains. What do you all think? Have you tried this brand before?
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2020.03.10 10:50 aucklandeventlover Events this week in Tāmaki Makaurau: 9-15 March

Kia ora koutou! Below is a listing of exciting events happening in Tāmaki Makaurau this week.
There is a form below if you have any individual events you want considered for listing in the future :)
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2019.11.12 08:34 pathakmediagroup Salman Khan Movies 2019 Salman Khan Upcoming Movies -

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अरे दोस्तों, आप सलमान खान मूवीज सर्च कर रहे हैं। इसका मतलब है कि आप बॉलीवुड के मिस्टर सलमान खान से प्यार करते हैं, जो पूरी दुनिया में लाखों लोगों का दिल चुरा रहे हैं। भले ही सलमान खान बॉलीवुड के एक फिल्म स्टार हैं, सलमान खान मूवी को संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका, कनाडा, सऊदी अरब, ऑस्ट्रेलिया और कई अन्य देशों सहित दुनिया भर में खोजा जाता है। तो, वेबसाइट आप जैसे सलमान खान और सलमान खान फिल्मों के बारे में जानकारी प्राप्त करने के लिए सलमान खान प्रेमियों के लिए एक पूर्ण समाधान है।

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo – Salman Khan Movie

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is a movie directed by Sooraj R. Barjatya starring Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor under Rajshri Productions. The movie was released on 12th November 2015 all over the world and collected about 432 crores INR in the box office. The movie was 164 minutes long and had a budget of 180 Crores INR.
प्रेम रतन धन पायो राजश्री प्रोडक्शन के तहत सलमान खान और सोनम कपूर द्वारा अभिनीत सोराज आर बड़जात्या द्वारा निर्देशित एक फिल्म है। यह फिल्म 12 नवंबर 2015 को दुनिया भर में रिलीज़ हुई और बॉक्स ऑफिस पर लगभग 432 करोड़ रुपये का कलेक्शन किया। फिल्म 164 मिनट लंबी थी और इसका बजट 180 करोड़ रुपए था।

Salman Khan Dabangg 3 Song - Yu Karke - Sonakshi Sinha -

Bharat Movie – Salman Khan Movie

Bharat Movie is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar Starring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Sunil Grover and Jackie Shroff. Salman Khan is also the producer of the movie Bharat which was released on 5th June 2019. The length of the movie Bharat is 155 minutes and it has collected about 325 Crores INR all over the world which had the movie budget of 100 Crores INR.
भारत मूवी का निर्देशन अली अब्बास जफर अभिनीत सलमान खान, कैटरीना कैफ, दिशा पटानी, सुनील ग्रोवर और जैकी श्रॉफ कर रहे हैं। सलमान खान फिल्म भारत के निर्माता भी हैं, जो 5 जून 2019 को रिलीज़ हुई थी। फिल्म भारत की लंबाई 155 मिनट है और इसने पूरी दुनिया में लगभग 325 करोड़ रुपए का कलेक्शन किया है, जिसकी फिल्म का बजट 100 करोड़ रुपए था।

Dabangg 3 – Salman Khan Movie

The Salman Khan Movie Dabangg 3 is directed by Prabhu Deva under Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions. Dabangg 3 has star cast of Salman Khan, Sudeep and Sonakshi Sinha. Dabangg 3 will be released on 20th December 2019 all over the world.
सलमान खान मूवी दबंग 3 सलमान खान फिल्म्स और अरबाज खान प्रोडक्शंस के तहत प्रभु देवा द्वारा निर्देशित है। दबंग 3 में सलमान खान, सुदीप और सोनाक्षी सिन्हा की स्टार कास्ट है। दबंग 3 पूरी दुनिया में 20 दिसंबर 2019 को रिलीज होगी।

Karan Arjun Film – Salman Khan Movie

Karan Arjun is a Hindi movie directed by Rakesh Roshan starring Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Rakhee, Kajol, Mamta Kulkarni, Amrish Puri, Aashif Sheikh, Arjun, Ranjeet, and Rajesh Roshan. The movie was produced under Film Kraft with a budget of 6 Crores INR. The 169 minutes long Karan Arjun was released on 13 January 1995 all over the world and got 79 Crores INR Box office.
करण अर्जुन राकेश रोशन द्वारा निर्देशित एक हिंदी फिल्म है जिसमें शाहरुख खान, सलमान खान, राखी, काजोल, ममता कुलकर्णी, अमरीश पुरी, आशिफ शेख, अर्जुन, रणजीत, और राजेश रोशन ने अभिनय किया है। फिल्म को 6 करोड़ रुपए के बजट के साथ फिल्म क्राफ्ट के तहत निर्मित किया गया था। 169 मिनट लंबे करण अर्जुन को 13 जनवरी 1995 को पूरी दुनिया में रिलीज़ किया गया और 79 करोड़ रुपए बॉक्स ऑफिस पर मिले।

Tiger Zinda Hai Full Movie – Salman Khan Movie

Tiger Zinda Hai is an Indian Movie which is an Action thriller movie in the Hindi Language. Ali Abbas Zafar has directed the movie Tiger Zinda Hai. This movie is produced by Aditya Chopra Starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif which is produced under the Yash Raj Films Productions. Tiger Zinda Hai was released on the 22nd of December 2017. 161 Minutes long movie collected about 565 Crores INR which had a budget of 210 Crores INR. This movie is one of the most expensive movies in the Indian Movie Industry.

Tiger Zinda Hai : Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif -
टाइगर ज़िंदा है एक भारतीय फिल्म है जो हिंदी भाषा में एक एक्शन थ्रिलर फिल्म है। अली अब्बास ज़फर ने फिल्म टाइगर ज़िंदा है का निर्देशन किया है। यह फिल्म आदित्य चोपड़ा अभिनीत सलमान खान और कैटरीना कैफ द्वारा निर्मित है, जो यश राज फिल्म्स प्रोडक्शंस के तहत निर्मित है। टाइगर ज़िंदा है को 22 दिसंबर 2017 को रिलीज़ किया गया था। 161 मिनट लंबी फिल्म ने लगभग 565 करोड़ रुपये का कलेक्शन किया, जिसका बजट 210 करोड़ रुपये था। यह फिल्म भारतीय फिल्म उद्योग की सबसे महंगी फिल्मों में से एक है।

Race 3 Movie – Salman Khan Movie

Salman Khan and Ramesh S. Taurani produced the movie Race 3 Starring Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ram Katara, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem, and Freedy Daruwala. Remo D'Souza has directed this movie under Salman Khan Films and Tips Films Production. Race 3 was released on 15 June 2018. 159 minutes long movie Race 3 was made on the budget of about 185 Crores INR which collected 303 Crores INR in the box office.
सलमान खान और रमेश एस तौरानी ने सलमान खान, अनिल कपूर, बॉबी देओल, जैकलीन फर्नांडीज, राम कटारा, डेज़ी शाह, साकिब सलीम और फ्रीडी दारूवाला की फिल्म रेस 3 का निर्माण किया। रेमो डिसूजा ने सलमान खान फिल्म्स और टिप्स फिल्म्स प्रोडक्शन के तहत इस फिल्म का निर्देशन किया है। रेस 3 15 जून 2018 को रिलीज़ हुई थी। 159 मिनट लंबी फिल्म रेस 3 लगभग 185 करोड़ रुपये के बजट पर बनी थी जिसने बॉक्स ऑफिस पर 303 करोड़ रुपये का कलेक्शन किया था।

Tere Naam Movie – Salman Khan Movie

Tere Naam is a 10 Crores Indian Movie in the Hindi Language in a romantic drama genre which is directed by Satish Kaushik. The producers of the movie Tere Naam are Sunil Manchanda and Mukesh Talreja Starring Salman Khan, Bhumika Chawla, and Sachin Khedekar.130 Minutes long movie Tere Naam was released on 15th of August 2003 in the Hindi Language Tere Naam collected about 25 Crores INR in the box office.
तेरे नाम एक रोमांटिक ड्रामा जॉनर में हिंदी भाषा में 10 करोड़ की भारतीय मूवी है जो सतीश कौशिक द्वारा निर्देशित है। फिल्म तेरे नाम के निर्माता सुनील मनचंदा और मुकेश तलरेजा अभिनीत सलमान खान, भूमिका चावला, और सचिन खेडेकर हैं। 15 मिनट की लंबी फिल्म तेरे नाम को हिंदी भाषा में पेश किया गया था, जिसका नाम तेरे नाम रखा गया था। बॉक्स ऑफिस।

Who is Salman Khan?

Salman Khan is a brilliant actor who has also given voice to the beautiful blockbuster movie songs as well and has acted in more than 110 movies and about 20 Television Series. He entered into the Bollywood in 1988 in a drama as a supporting role.
In 1989 he got a role in a blockbuster movie Maine Pyar Kiya for which he was also nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. And now, Salman Khan is a huge brand itself. Salman Khan's family is also involved in Bollywood Industry.

Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sai Manjrekar, Sudeep - Dabangg 3 -
सलमान खानएक शानदार अभिनेता हैं जिन्होंने खूबसूरत ब्लॉकबस्टर फिल्म के गीतों को भी अपनी आवाज दी है और 110 से अधिक फिल्मों और लगभग 20 टेलीविजन श्रृंखलाओं में अभिनय किया है। उन्होंने एक सहायक भूमिका के रूप में एक नाटक में 1988 में बॉलीवुड में प्रवेश किया।
1989 में उन्हें एक ब्लॉकबस्टर फिल्म मैने प्यार किया में एक भूमिका मिली जिसके लिए उन्हें सर्वश्रेष्ठ अभिनेता के लिए फिल्मफेयर पुरस्कार के लिए भी नामांकित किया गया था। और अब, सलमान खान खुद एक बहुत बड़ा ब्रांड है। सलमान खान का परिवार भी बॉलीवुड इंडस्ट्री में शामिल है।

Blockbuster Movie of Salman Khan

Salman Khan has so many blockbuster movies but some of the expected movies also has not been able to do good in the box office. Some of the blockbuster movies of Salman Khan can be easily remembered as I have watched these movies. Hum Apke Hain Kaun os the first blockbuster movie of Salman Khan which uplifted the Bollywood career of Bhaijaan. Similarly, Karan Arjun of Salman Khan with Shah Rukh Khan also has made an impeccable presence in Bollywood by its blockbuster success. Salman Khan has been giving regular blockbuster through Dabangg, Ready, Bodyguard, Ek Tha Tiger, Dabangg 2, Jai Ho, Kick, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan, Tiger Zinda Hai Bharat and many more. These movies are very popular among people all over the world and have appreciated the work of Salman Khan.
सलमान खान के पास कई ब्लॉकबस्टर फिल्में हैं लेकिन कुछ अपेक्षित फिल्में भी बॉक्स ऑफिस पर अच्छा प्रदर्शन नहीं कर पाई हैं। सलमान खान की कुछ ब्लॉकबस्टर फिल्में आसानी से याद की जा सकती हैं क्योंकि मैंने इन फिल्मों को देखा है। हम आपके हैं कौन ने सलमान खान की पहली ब्लॉकबस्टर फिल्म थी जिसने भाईजान के बॉलीवुड करियर को आगे बढ़ाया। इसी तरह, शाहरुख खान के साथ सलमान खान के करण अर्जुन ने भी अपनी ब्लॉकबस्टर सफलता से बॉलीवुड में एक शानदार उपस्थिति दर्ज की है। सलमान खान दबंग, रेडी, बॉडीगार्ड, एक था टाइगर, दबंग 2, जय हो, किक, बजरंगी भाईजान, सुल्तान, टाइगर ज़िंदा है भारत और कई और के माध्यम से नियमित रूप से ब्लॉकबस्टर दे रहे हैं। ये फिल्में पूरी दुनिया में लोगों के बीच बहुत लोकप्रिय हैं और सलमान खान के काम की सराहना की है।
Salman Khan Movies
  1. Hum Aapke Hain Kaun – 1994
  2. Karan Arjun – 1995
  3. Jeet – 1996
  4. Judwaa – 1997
  5. Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya – 1998
  6. Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai – 1998
  7. Bandhan – 1998
  8. Biwi No.: 1 – 1999
  9. Hum DIl De Chuke Sanam – 1999
  10. Hum Sath Sath Hain – 1999
  11. Dulhan Hum Le Jayange – 2000
  12. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke – 2001
  13. Tere Nam – 2003
  14. Baghban – 2003
  15. Mujhse Shaadi Karoge – 2004
  16. Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya – 2005
  17. No Entry – 2005
  18. Wanted – 2009
  19. Dabangg – 2010
  20. Ready – 2011
  21. Bodyguard – 2011
  22. Ek Tha Tiger – 2012
  23. Dabangg 2 – 2012
  24. Jai Ho – 2014
  25. Kick – 2014
  26. Bajrangi Bhaijaan – 2015
  27. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo – 2015
  28. Sultan – 2016
  29. Bharat - 2019

Salman Khan Movies Box Office Collection -

Salman Khan 100 Crores Box Office Movies

Salman Khan has become the box office king which has been giving box office huge collection from his movies all over the world. Here, you can find out the name list of the movies of Salman Khan which has crossed 100 Crores INR Box Office.
  • Kick
  • Jai Ho
  • Ek Tha Tiger
  • Dabangg 2
  • Bodyguard
  • Ready
  • Dabangg
  • Wanted
Source: Times Of India
Salman Khan Facts
  • Salman suffers from trigeminal neuralgia, a facial nerve disorder, also known as the ”suicide disease” Source:

Salman Khan Movies Lists

Salman Khan has already worked on more than 100 movies. He has been working in the Indian movie industry since 1988. Here is the movie's name list of Salman Khan Movies.
  • Biwi Ho To Aisi
  • Maine Pyar Kiya
  • Baaghi : A Rebel for Love
  • Sanam Bewafa
  • Patthar Ke Phool
  • Kurbaan
  • Love
  • Saajan
  • Suryavanshi
  • Ek Ladka Ek Ladki
  • Jaagruti
  • Nishchaiy
  • Chandra Mukhi
  • Dil Tera Aashiq
  • Andaz Apna Apna
  • Hum Aapke Hain Koun
  • Chaand Kaa Tukdaa
  • Sangdil Sanam
  • Karan Arjun
  • Veergati
  • Maajhdhaar
  • Khamoshi: The Musical
  • Jeet
  • Dushman Duniya Ka
  • Judwaa
  • Auzaar
  • Dus
  • Deewana Mastana
  • Pyaar Kia To Darna Kya
  • Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai
  • Bandhan
  • Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
  • Sar Utha Ke Jiyo
  • Janam Samjha Karo
  • Biwi No. 1
  • Sirf Tum
  • Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
  • Hellp Brother
  • Hum Saath-Saath Hain
  • Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge
  • Chal Mere Bhai
  • Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega
  • Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke
  • Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye
  • Chori Chori Chupke Chupke
  • Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge
  • Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
  • Yeh Hai Jalwa
  • Love at Times Square
  • Stumped
  • Tere Naam
  • Baaghban
  • Garv
  • Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
  • Phir Milenge
  • Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa
  • Lucky: No Time for Love
  • Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?
  • No Entry
  • Kyon Ki
  • Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar
  • Saawan .. The Love Season
  • Baabul
  • Jaan-E_Mann
  • Salam-e-Ishq: A tribute To Love
  • Partner
  • Marigold: An Adventure in India
  • Om Shanti Om
  • Saawariya
  • God Tussi Great Ho
  • Hello
  • Heroes
  • Yuvraaj
  • Wanted
  • Main Aurr Mrs Khanna
  • London Dreams
  • Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani
  • Veer Prem Kaa
  • Game
  • Dabangg
  • Tees Maar Khan
  • Isi Life Mein
  • Ready
  • Chillar Party
  • Bodyguard
  • Tell Me O Kkhuda
  • Ek Tha Tiger
  • Son Of Sardaar
  • OMG – Oh My God!
  • Dabangg 2
  • Ishkq in Paris
  • Phata Poster Nikhla Hero
  • Jai Ho

Salman Khan has painted the ”Jai Ho” posters. It is said that Aamir Khan’s home has several paintings by Salman

  • Main Tera Hero
  • Lai Bhaari
  • Fugly
  • Kick
  • Being Bhaijaan
  • Dr. Cabbie
  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan
  • Hero
  • Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
  • Sultan
  • Freaky Ali
  • Hanuman Da' Damdaar
  • Tubelight
  • Judwaa 2
  • Tiger Zinda Hai
  • Welcome To New York
  • Race 3
  • Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se
  • Loveyatri
  • Zero
  • Notebook
  • Bharat
  • Dabangg 3

Salman Khan Movies Dialogues

Log kehte hai khoobsurat ladkiyan jab jhoot bolti hai ... toh aur bhi khoobsurat lagti hai
Ek hota hai police wala, ek hota hai gunda, hum kehlate hey police wala gunda. Chul bul panday (Salman Khan).
Narajgi isbatki nahi hai hame ki tum hamare ghar me ghuse....Narajgi toh iss batik hai ki tum hamare ghar me ghuse jab hum nahin they.
Agar mujhe malum hota ki mujhe dekhkar tumhare chehre pe hazaar watt ki muskaan phail jati ... toh main kab ka aa chuka hota

Marenge bhi hum aur bachayenge bhi hum, yeh tumhari aatma dekhegi aur ghanta kuch nahi kar paaegi - Salman Khan Movie Dabangg 3 Dialogues -
Mere bare mein itna mat sochna ... dil mein aata hoon ... samajh mein nahi
Agar tum mujhe yun hi dekhti rahi ... toh tumhe mujhse pyar ho jayega
Tu ladki ke peeche bhagega, ladki paise ke peeche bhagegi ... tu paise ke peeche bhagega, ladki tere peeche bhagegi
Main sirf money bhai ke liye kaam karta hoon
Swagat nahi karoge aap hamara?
Hum tum mein itne ched karenge ... ki confuse ho jaoge ki saans kahan se le ... aur paadein kahan se
Bahut goor raha hai ... kya behen ki shaadi karayega muhjse?
Sari duniya pyar mein padi hui hai ... sirf ek mujhe hi haq nahi hai? ... ki main kisi se pyar kar sakun, koi mujhse pyar kar sake ... kyun?
Ek bar joh maine commitment kar di ... uske baad toh main khud ki bhi nahi sunta
Main request nahi karta ... ek hi baar bolta hoon ... aur full and final ho jaata hai

Salman Khan Television Series

Salman Khan is doing great in hosting so many reality shows and people are loving it. So, he has been regular in hosting reality shows like 10 Ka Dum, Bigg Boss, Award Shows, etc. every season. Here are the different television series where Salman Khan is involved in hosting, producing or any means.
  • 10 Ka Dum Season 1 2008
  • 10 Ka Dum Season 2 2009
  • Bigg Boss Season 4 2010
  • Bigg Boss Season 5 2011
  • Bigg Boss Season 6 2012
  • Bigg Boss Season 7 2013
  • 8th Star Guild Awards 2013
  • 9th Star Guild Awards 2014
  • Bigg Boss Season 8 2014
  • Bigg Boss Season 9 2015
  • Bigg Boss Season 10 2016
  • Super Night With Tubelight 2017
  • Bigg Boss Season 11 2017
  • 10 Ka Dum Season 3 2013
  • Bigg Boss Season 12 2018
  • The Kapil Sharma Show Producer 2019
  • Nach Baliye Producer 2019
  • Bigg Boss Season 13 2019

Salman Khan Biss Boss Season 13 2019 -

Salman Khan Award-Winning Movie

Salman Khan has not only hosted so many award shows but also has won various prominent movie awards in his career. So, you can get the full list of Salman Khan award-winning movie here.

National Film Awards

National Film Awards was established in 1954 in India. The National Awards for films was started as an annual incentive by the Indian Government for making artistic and meaningful movies. National Awards aim at encouraging the production of movies and contributing to the cultures of different regions of the country and promoting the integrity and unity of the country India.
1. Salman Khan National Film Awards
Two Movies of Salman Khan has already won the National Film Awards. Chillar Party movie produced by Salman Khan Films has won the National Film Awards as a title of best Children's film in 2012. Similarly, in 2016, the blockbuster movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan produced by Salman Khan Films and Starring Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor won National Film Awards in the title best popular film providing wholesome entertainment.
Best Children's Film – Chillar Party
Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment – Bajrangi Bhaijan

Most recent National Film Award Winners 2018

Recently, Ayushman Khurrana has won the Best Actor in the National Film Awards from the Movie Aandhadhun. Similarly, Vicky Kaushal also won the title Best Actor in the National Film Awards from the movie URI: The Surgical Strike. Here are some more people who won the National Film Awards in 2018.
Best Actor – Ayushman Khurrana - Aandhadhun
and Vicky Kaushal – Uri: The Surgical Strike
Best Actress – Keerthy Suresh – Mahanati
Best Supporting Actor – Awanand Kirkire – Chumbak
Best Supporting Actress – Surekha Sikri – Badhaai Ho
Best Male Playback Singer – Arijit Singh – Binte Dil
Best Female Playback Singer – Bindhu Malini – Mayaavi Manave
Best Director – Aditya Dhar – Uri: The Surgical Strike
Best Cinematographer – M. J. Radhakrishnan
Dadasaheb Phalke – Amitabh Bachchan

Filmfare Awards

Filmfare awards were established in 1954 to awards and motivate the movie makers. Filmfare awards provide awards in different categories as merit awards, Critic's Awards, Technical Awards, Special Awards, Short Film Awards, etc.
2. Salman Khan Filmfare awards
More than 15 movies of Salman Khan have been nominated on the Filmfare awards already. Here are the movies of Salman khan that have won the Filmfare awards.
Maine Pyar Kiya in 1990 was nominated on the category Best Male Debut and Best Actor but it won the Filmfare award as Best Male Debut at Maine Pyar Kiya. Similarly, in 1999, Salman Khan got Best Supporting Actor award in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
The Filmfare nominated movies of Salman Khan are as follows:
  1. Maine Pyar Kiya
  2. Karan Arjun
  3. Jeet
  4. Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya
  5. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
  6. Biwi No.: 1
  7. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
  8. Tere Naam
  9. Baghban
  10. No Entry
  11. Dabangg
  12. Bodyguard
  13. Dabangg 2
  14. Bajrangi Bhaijaan
  15. Sultan

Salman Khan Wiki Facts

Full Name - Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
Nickname - Sallu, Bhaijan
Profession - Actor, Producer, Entrepreneur
Physical Stats & More
Height - 174 cm, 1.74 m, 5’ 8”
Weight - 75 kg, 165 lbs
Body - Chest: 45 Inches; Waist: 35 Inches; Biceps: 17 Inches
Eye Colour - Brown
Hair Colour - Black
In the 1988 film, Biwi Ho To Aisi, Salman’s voice was dubbed by a dubbing artist
Movie - Biwi Ho To Aisi (supporting role) (1988)
TV - 10 Ka Dum (2008)
In August 2011, he disclosed that he had trigeminal neuralgia, a chronic pain condition affecting the trigeminal nerve in the face, also commonly known as “suicide disease.” During an interview, he told that he had been suffering from it for the past seven years and it had made his voice much harsher.
Filmfare Awards
1990: Best Male Debut for Maine Pyaar Kiya
1999: Best Supporting Actor for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
National Film Awards
2016: Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment for Bajrangi Bhaijaan
2012: Best Children's Film for Chillar Party
Other Awards
2016: Times Of India Film Award For Best Actor for Bajrangi Bhaijaan
2014: Times Celebex Awards - Star of the Year
2013: Lions Favorite Philanthropic NGO in India for Being Human
2008: Rajiv Gandhi Award for Outstanding Achievement in Entertainment
Note: Along with these, he has many other awards, honors, and achievements to his name. We will soon update on it and you can also recommend us through a comment below.
During the shoot of London Dreams, he flew his own cook to London from Mumbai to cook up biryani for the entire cast and crew who were tired of eating continental food.
Personal Life
Date of Birth - 27 December 1965
Age (as in 2019) - 54 Years
Birthplace - Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
Zodiac sign - Capricorn
Nationality - Indian
Hometown - Mumbai (he spent his childhood at 21, Palasia in Indore & Gwalior)
School - Scindia School, Gwalior; St. Stanislaus High School, Bandra, Mumbai; College: St. Xavier's College, Mumbai
Educational Qualification - College Drop-Out
Religion - He identifies himself as both Hindu and Muslim; he says “I’m Hindu and Muslim both. I’m Bharatiya (an Indian). My father is Muslim and my mother is Hindu.”
Caste - Sunni
Ethnicity - Mixed (mainly Pathan)
Blood Group - B+ [12]
Food Habit - Non-Vegetarian
Address - Galaxy Apartments, Bandstand, Bandra, Mumbai
Hobbies - Swimming, Cycling, Painting, Writing
Marital Status - Unmarried
Affairs - Sangeeta Bijlani, Somy Ali, Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif, Faria Alam, Iulia Vantur
Wife/Spouse - Unmarried
Father - Salim Khan (Screenwriter)
Mother - Sushila Charak, Helen (Stepmother)
Brothers - Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan (both younger)
Sisters - Alvira, Arpita (both younger)
He is obsessed with soaps and his bathroom is heaped up with a variety of soaps, but he especially likes natural fruit and vegetable extracts cleansers.
Salman Khan's Favourite
Food - Chinese food, Spicy Italian food, Pav Bhaji, Chicken Biryani, Mutton Kebab
Actor Hollywood - Sylvester Stallone
Bollywood - Dilip Kumar, Govinda
Actress - Hema Malini
Film - Casablanca
Singer - Sunidhi Chauhan and Sonu Nigam
Restaurant - China Garden, Mumbai
Colour - Black, White, Grey
Beverage - Ice-Tea
Dessert - Sitaphal ice cream
Perfume - Obsession
Sport - Swimming
Cricketer - Sachin Tendulkar, Imran Khan, Harbhajan Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Ashish Nehra
Song - Jab Hum Jawan by Shabbir Kumar
Car - BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota Land Cruiser
Outfit - Tight jeans & T-Shirts
Brand - Giorgio Armani and Gianni Versace
Film Director - Sooraj Barjatya
Money Factor
Salary (approx.) - INR 60 crore per movie
Income – INR 253.25 crore per annum
Net Worth (approx.) - $300 Million (INR 1950 Crore)
Salman believes in lucky gemstones and wears his turquoise stone bracelet on and off the screen. Moreover, his father also believes the same.

FAQs about Salman Khan and Salman Khan Movie

1. Who is Salman khan?
Producer, Actor, Host, Singer
2. What are the movies of Salman Khan?
You can find all the movies of Salman Khan in this article of Salman Khan Movies.
3. Does Salman Khan have a child?
No. Salman Khan is not married.
4. How many movie Salman Khan?
More than 110.
5. What is the first film of Salman Khan?
Biwi Ho To Aisi
6. Which is the first film of Salman Khan?
Biwi Ho To Aisi
7. What makes Salman Khan Special?
Charit, Genial Nature, Humourous Approach
8. How old was Salman Khan in his first movie?
23 years old
9. Is Arbaaz Khan real brother of Salman Khan?
10. Is Salman Khan Pathan?
11. Which is the best film of Salman Khan?
Bajrangi Bhaijan
12. Who is the mother of Salman Khan?
Salma Khan ( Sushila Charak)
13. Who is Salman Khan married to?
Not married.
14. Who is Salman Khan's father?
Salim Khan
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2018.07.26 19:01 homocomp Cinephile challenge: Have you watched at least one film from each category?

The following gives you an overview of relevant movies. There are 138 categories. You can use this as a challenge: make sure that you have watched at least one film from each category.
(1) 80s action First Blood (1982) Conan the Barbarian (1982) The Terminator (1984) Commando (1985) Top Gun (1986) Predator (1987) RoboCop (1987) Die Hard (1988) Bloodsport (1988) The Killer (1989)
(2) Black comedy Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) Withnail & I (1987) Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988) Man Bites Dog (1992) Happiness (1998) Snatch (2000) Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) In Bruges (2008) Wild Tales (2014) Ingrid Goes West (2017)
(3) Coen brothers Blood Simple. (1984) Raising Arizona (1987) Miller's Crossing (1990) Barton Fink (1991) Fargo (1996) The Big Lebowski (1998) O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) A Serious Man (2009) Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
(4) Film noir The Maltese Falcon (1941) Double Indemnity (1944) Laura (1944) Mildred Pierce (1945) The Lost Weekend (1945) The Big Sleep (1946) Out of the Past (1947) They Live by Night (1948) The Third Man (1949) In a Lonely Place (1950) Night and the City (1950) Ace in the Hole (1951) Rififi (1955) Kiss Me Deadly (1955) Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
(5) French New Wave The 400 Blows (1959) Breathless (1960) A Woman Is a Woman (1961) Léon Morin, Priest (1961) Jules and Jim (1962) Vivre Sa Vie (1962) Contempt (1963) Band of Outsiders (1964) The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) Pierrot le Fou (1965) Two or Three Things I Know About Her... (1967) Weekend (1967) My Night at Maud's (1969)
(6) Left Bank Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959) Last Year at Marienbad (1961) La Jetée (1962) Cleo from 5 to 7 (1962) Le Bonheur (1965)
(7) Richard Linklater Dazed and Confused (1993) Before Sunrise (1995) Waking Life (2001) Before Sunset (2004) A Scanner Darkly (2006) Before Midnight (2013)
(8) Serial killer Henry (1986) The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Se7en (1995) Zodiac (2007)
(9) Screwball comedy It Happened One Night (1934) The Awful Truth (1937) Bringing Up Baby (1938) His Girl Friday (1940) The Philadelphia Story (1940) The Lady Eve (1941)
(10) Vigilante films Dirty Harry (1971) Straw Dogs (1971) Death Wish (1974) Falling Down (1993) Walking Tall (2004) John Wick (2014)
(11) Terrence Malick Badlands (1973) Days of Heaven (1978) The Thin Red Line (1998) The New World (2005) The Tree of Life (2011) Knight of Cups (2015)
(12) Drugs Trainspotting (1996) Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) Requiem for a Dream (2000) Traffic (2000) Blow (2001) Maria Full of Grace (2004)
(13) Buster Keaton Sherlock Jr. (1924) The General (1926) Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) The Cameraman (1928) Our Hospitality (1928)
(14) Disaster Airport (1970) Apollo 13 (1995) Twister (1996) Deep Impact (1998) The Day After Tomorrow (2004) Deepwater Horizon (2016)
(15) Neo-noir Point Blank (1967) Chinatown (1974) Thief (1981) L.A. Confidential (1997) Sin City (2005) Drive (2011) Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
(16) Cars & Racing Vanishing Point (1971) Gone in 60 Seconds (1974) Death Race 2000 (1975) Rush (2013) The Fast and the Furious (2001) Days of Thunder (1990) Speed Racer (2008)
(17) 1920s Greed (1924) Battleship Potemkin (1925) Metropolis (1927) Sunrise (1927) Napoleon (1927) The Crowd (1928)
(18) Adventure The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) Deliverance (1972) Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) Master and Commander (2003) Apocalypto (2006) Life of Pi (2012) Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)
(19) Genius Rain Man (1988) Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993) Good Will Hunting (1997) A Beautiful Mind (2001)
(20) South Korea Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring (2003) Oldboy (2003) 3-Iron (2004) Mother (2009) I Saw the Devil (2010)
(21) Ingmar Bergman The Seventh Seal (1957) Wild Strawberries (1957) Through a Glass Darkly (1961) Winter Light (1963) Persona (1966) Cries & Whispers (1972) Scenes from a Marriage (1973) Autumn Sonata (1978) Fanny and Alexander (1982)
(22) Billy Wilder Sunset Boulevard (1950) Some Like It Hot (1959) The Apartment (1960) One, Two, Three (1961) Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
(23) Comedy-drama One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Being There (1979) My Dinner with Andre (1981) The Breakfast Club (1985) The Fisher King (1991) Groundhog Day (1993) Forrest Gump (1994) Buffalo '66 (1998) The Truman Show (1998) The Man Without a Past (2002) Lost in Translation (2003) Little Miss Sunshine (2006) Frances Ha (2012) Toni Erdmann (2016)
(24) Drama Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) Gone with the Wind (1939) The Grapes of Wrath (1940) All About Eve (1950) A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) From Here to Eternity (1953) On the Waterfront (1954) Splendor in the Grass (1961) Midnight Cowboy (1969) À Nos Amours (1983) Vagabond (1985) The Piano (1993) La Haine (1995) Secrets & Lies (1996) The Ice Storm (1997) The Celebration (1998) All About My Mother (1999) Ratcatcher (1999) Amores Perros (2000) La Ciénaga (2001) Morvern Callar (2002) 25th Hour (2002) Elephant (2003) Mysterious Skin (2004) Babel (2006) 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007) Wendy and Lucy (2008) The Social Network (2010) Incendies (2010) Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (2011) Shame (2011) The Hunt (2012) The Place Beyond the Pines (2012) Winter Sleep (2014) Mommy (2014) Son of Saul (2015) Room (2015) Spotlight (2015) Manchester by the Sea (2016) Paterson (2016) Columbus (2017) The Florida Project (2017)
(25) James Bond Dr. No (1962) Goldfinger (1964) Casino Royale (2006) Skyfall (2012) The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) GoldenEye (1995)
(26) Romantic comedy Roman Holiday (1953) Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) The Princess Bride (1987) When Harry Met Sally... (1989) There’s Something About Mary (1998) Amélie (2001) Punch-Drunk Love (2002) Sideways (2004) The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) 500 Days of Summer (2009)
(27) Robert Bresson Diary of a Country Priest (1951) A Man Escaped (1956) Pickpocket (1959) Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) Mouchette (1967) The Devil, Probably (1977) L'Argent (1983)
(28) Political thriller Z (1969) Three Days of the Condor (1975) All the President's Men (1976) Blow Out (1981) Patriot Games (1992) The Lives of Others (2006) The Ides of March (2011) The Post (2017)
(29) Parody/spoof Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) Dark Star (1974) Airplane! (1980) The Princess Bride (1987) Spaceballs (1987) The Naked Gun (1988) Hot Shots! (1991) Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) Austin Powers (1997) Galaxy Quest (1999) Black Dynamite (2009)
(30) Orson Welles Citizen Kane (1941) Touch of Evil (1958) The Trial (1962) Chimes at Midnight (1965) F for Fake (1973)
(31) Pixar Toy Story (1995) Finding Nemo (2003) Ratatouille (2007) WALL·E (2008) Up (2009) Inside Out (2015) Coco (2017)
(32) Pre-Code Hollywood The Blue Angel (1930) Frankenstein (1931) Freaks (1932) King Kong (1933) Duck Soup (1933) The Thin Man (1934)
(33) Superhero Superman (1978) X-Men (2000) Spider-Man (2002) The Dark Knight (2008) Iron Man (2008) The Avengers (2012) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Logan (2017)
(34) War All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) The Longest Day (1962) The Train (1964) The Deer Hunter (1978) Apocalypse Now (1979) Das Boot (1981) Platoon (1986) Saving Private Ryan (1998) Black Hawk Down (2001) Dunkirk (2017)
(35) Stanley Kubrick Paths of Glory (1957) Lolita (1962) Dr. Strangelove (1964) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Barry Lyndon (1975) The Shining (1980) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
(36) Surrealism Entr'acte (1924) The Seashell and the Clergyman (1928) L'Étoile de Mer (1928) An Andalusian Dog (1929) L'Age d'Or (1930) The Blood of a Poet (1930) Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)
(37) Western Stagecoach (1939) The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) My Darling Clementine (1946) High Noon (1952) Shane (1953) The Searchers (1956) Rio Bravo (1959) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) The Wild Bunch (1969) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Dances with Wolves (1990) Unforgiven (1992) Meek's Cutoff (2010)
(38) Spaghetti Western A Fistful of Dollars (1964) For a Few Dollars More (1965) Django (1966) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) The Great Silence (1968) Duck, You Sucker! (1971)
(39) Swashbuckler Captain Blood (1935) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) The Sea Hawk (1940) The Four Musketeers (1974) The Three Musketeers (1993) The Mask of Zorro (1998)
(40) Werner Herzog Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974) Stroszek (1977) La Soufrière (1977) Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) Fitzcarraldo (1982) Grizzly Man (2005)
(41) Nunsploitation The Devils (1971) School of the Holy Beast (1974) Killer Nun (1979) Nuns on the Run (1990) Nude Nuns with Big Guns (2010) The Little Hours (2017)
(42) Psycho-Thriller Peeping Tom (1960) The Innocents (1961) Repulsion (1965) Bad Timing (1980) Possession (1981) Misery (1990) Jacob's Ladder (1990) Memento (2000) Martyrs (2008) Shutter Island (2010) Black Swan (2010) Only God Forgives (2013) Gone Girl (2014) Room (2015) The Neon Demon (2016)
(43) Krzysztof Kieślowski Dekalog (1989) The Double Life of Veronique (1991) Three Colors Trilogy (1993)
(44) Akira Kurosawa Rashomon (1950) Ikiru (1952) Seven Samurai (1954) Throne of Blood (1957) The Hidden Fortress (1958) Yojimbo (1961) Sanjuro (1962) High and Low (1963) Red Beard (1965) Kagemusha (1980) Ran (1985) Dreams (1990)
(45) LGBT Girls in Uniform (1931) Funeral Parade of Roses (1969) Je, tu, il, elle (1974) Paris Is Burning (1990) My Own Private Idaho (1991) All about My Mother (1999) Beau travail (1999) Tropical Malady (2004) Brokeback Mountain (2005) Shortbus (2006) Weekend (2011) Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013) Carol (2015) Moonlight (2016) Call Me by Your Name (2017)
(46) Yasujirô Ozu Late Spring (1949) Early Summer (1951) Tokyo Story (1953) Good Morning (1959) Floating Weeds (1959) An Autumn Afternoon (1962)
(47) Wuxia Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) Hero (2002) House of Flying Daggers (2004) The Assassin (2015)
(48) Woody Allen Annie Hall (1977) Manhattan (1979) The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) Match Point (2005) Midnight in Paris (2011)
(49) Survival Walkabout (1971) The Edge (1997) Cast Away (2000) Shackleton (2002) Touching the Void (2003) Into the Wild (2007) 127 Hours (2010) All Is Lost (2013) The Revenant (2015)
(50) Robert Altman MAS*H (1970) McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) The Long Goodbye (1973) Nashville (1975) The Player (1992) Short Cuts (1993) Gosford Park (2001)
(51) Aliens Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Alien (1979) E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) The Thing (1982) Aliens (1986) They Live (1988) The Abyss (1989) Independence Day (1996) District 9 (2009) Arrival (2016) Annihilation (2018)
(52) Rainer Werner Fassbinder The Merchant of Four Seasons (1971) The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972) Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1973) In a Year with 13 Moons (1978) Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980) Veronika Voss (1982)
(53) Michelangelo Antonioni L'Avventura (1960) La Notte (1961) L'Eclisse (1962) Red Desert (1964) Blow-Up (1966)
(54) Martial Arts Fist of Fury (1972) Enter the Dragon (1973) The Street Fighter (1974) Drunken Master (1978) The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978) Wheels on Meals (1984) Police Story (1985) Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991) Ong Bak (2003) Ip Man (2008)
(55) Lars von Trier Breaking the Waves (1996) The Idiots (1998) Dancer in the Dark (2000) Dogville (2003) The Five Obstructions (2003) Antichrist (2009) Melancholia (2011)
(56) Horror Cat People (1942) Rosemary's Baby (1968) Night of the Living Dead (1968) The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) Halloween (1978) Dawn of the Dead (1978) Friday the 13th (1980) A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) Scream (1996) The Village (2004) The Descent (2005) Let the Right One In (2008) The Witch (2015) It Follows (2015) The Wailing (2016) It (2017)
(57) Supernatural horror The Exorcist (1973) Poltergeist (1982) The Devil's Advocate (1997) The Blair Witch Project (1999) The Sixth Sense (1999) The Others (2001) The Babadook (2014)
(58) Romantic drama Casablanca (1942) Brief Encounter (1945) Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948) All That Heaven Allows (1955) Imitation of Life (1959) Doctor Zhivago (1965) Romeo and Juliet (1968) The Remains of the Day (1993) Sense and Sensibility (1995) Titanic (1997) The Notebook (2004) Atonement (2007) Blue Valentine (2010) Laurence Anyways (2012)
(59) Wes Anderson Rushmore (1998) The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) The Darjeeling Limited (2007) Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) Moonrise Kingdom (2012) The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
(60) Thriller M (1931) The Night of the Hunter (1955) The French Connection (1971) The Conversation (1974) Sorcerer (1977) The Vanishing (1988) Jurassic Park (1993) Speed (1994) Run Lola Run (1998) The Bourne Identity (2002) Infernal Affairs (2002) Collateral (2004) Miami Vice (2006) No Country for Old Men (2007) Prisoners (2013) Nightcrawler (2014) Green Room (2015)
(61) Michael Haneke The Seventh Continent (1989) Funny Games (1997) Code Unknown (2000) The Piano Teacher (2001) Caché (2005) The White Ribbon (2009) Amour (2012)
(62) Giallo The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1963) The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) Deep Red (1975) Suspiria (1977) Tenebrae (1982) The New York Ripper (1982)
(63) Musical Top Hat (1935) The Wizard of Oz (1939) Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) Singin' in the Rain (1952) A Star Is Born (1954) West Side Story (1961) Mary Poppins (1964) The Sound of Music (1965) Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) Cabaret (1972) Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Phantom of the Paradise (1974) The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Saturday Night Fever (1977) Grease (1978) All That Jazz (1979) Little Shop of Horrors (1986) Moulin Rouge! (2001) Les Misérables (2012) La La Land (2016)
(64) Racism To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) In the Heat of the Night (1967) The Color Purple (1985) Do the Right Thing (1989) American History X (1998) This Is England (2006) 12 Years a Slave (2013) Selma (2014) Get Out (2017)
(65) Federico Fellini I Vitelloni (1953) La Strada (1954) The Nights of Cabiria (1957) La Dolce Vita (1960) 8½ (1963) Juliet of the Spirits (1965) Satyricon (1969) Amarcord (1973)
(66) Early cinema The Arrival of a Train (1896) The Kiss (1896) The Man with the Rubber Head (1901) A Trip to the Moon (1902) The Great Train Robbery (1903) Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) The Birth of a Nation (1915) Intolerance (1916)
(67) David Lynch Eraserhead (1977) The Elephant Man (1980) Blue Velvet (1986) Wild at Heart (1990) Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) Lost Highway (1997) Mulholland Drive (2001) Inland Empire (2006)
(68) Crime Le Samouraï (1967) The Godfather (1972) The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (1976) Scarface (1983) Once Upon a Time in America (1984) The Untouchables (1987) The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989) Heat (1995) City of God (2002) Catch Me If You Can (2002) Memories of Murder (2003) Lord of War (2005) The Town (2010) Victoria (2015) Sicario (2015) Baby Driver (2017) Good Time (2017)
(69) Heist The Sting (1973) Dog Day Afternoon (1975) The First Great Train Robbery (1978) Ocean's Eleven (2001) Heist (2001) The Italian Job (2003) Inside Man (2006) Inception (2010) The Town (2010)
(70) Paul Thomas Anderson Boogie Nights (1997) Magnolia (1999) There Will Be Blood (2007) The Master (2012) Phantom Thread (2017)
(71) Action comedy 48 Hrs. (1982) Lethal Weapon (1987) Maverick (1994) True Lies (1994) Bad Boys (1995) Men in Black (1997) Starship Troopers (1997) Three Kings (1999) Kung Fu Hustle (2004) Hot Fuzz (2007) 21 Jump Street (2012) Spy (2015) Deadpool (2016)
(72) Anime Angel's Egg (1985) Grave of the Fireflies (1988) Akira (1988) Ghost in the Shell (1995) Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997) Perfect Blue (1997) Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999) Millennium Actress (2001) Mind Game (2004) Paprika (2006) The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2013) Your Name. (2016)
(73) David Cronenberg Videodrome (1983) The Fly (1986) Naked Lunch (1991) A History of Violence (2005) Eastern Promises (2007)
(74) Docufiction Nanook of the North (1922) On the Bowery (1956) In Vanda's Room (2000) Colossal Youth (2006) My Winnipeg (2007)
(75) Edward Yang Taipei Story (1985) A Brighter Summer Day (1991) Yi Yi (2000)
(76) Fantasy The Dark Crystal (1982) The NeverEnding Story (1984) Delicatessen (1991) Being John Malkovich (1999) The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) Pan's Labyrinth (2006) The Fall (2006) Avatar (2009) Holy Motors (2012) A Ghost Story (2017) The Shape of Water (2017)
(77) Sharks Jaws (1975) Deep Blue Sea (1999) Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (2009) Shark Night (2011) Sharknado (2013) The Shallows (2016)
(78) Quentin Tarantino Reservoir Dogs (1992) Pulp Fiction (1994) Jackie Brown (1997) Kill Bill (2003) Inglourious Basterds (2009) Django Unchained (2012) The Hateful Eight (2015)
(79) Japan Ugetsu (1953) Sansho the Bailiff (1954) Harakiri (1962) Woman in the Dunes (1964) Kwaidan (1964) Onibaba (1964) The Face of Another (1966) Eros + Massacre (1969) Maborosi (1995) Cure (1997) All About Lily Chou-Chou (2001) Happiness of the Katakuris (2002) Nobody Knows (2004) Strange Circus (2005) The Calamari Wrestler (2005) Big Man Japan (2007) Love Exposure (2008) Confessions (2010) Like Father, Like Son (2013)
(80) Jacques Tati Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (1953) Mon Oncle (1958) Playtime (1967)
(81) Alfred Hitchcock Rebecca (1940) Shadow of a Doubt (1943) Notorious (1946) Rope (1948) Strangers on a Train (1951) Dial M for Murder (1954) Rear Window (1954) Vertigo (1958) North by Northwest (1959) Psycho (1960) The Birds (1963)
(82) Animation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) Pinocchio (1940) Fantasia (1940) Dumbo (1941) Bambi (1942) Fantastic Planet (1973) The Twelve Tasks of Asterix (1976) Only Yesterday (1991) Beauty and the Beast (1991) The Lion King (1994) The Prince of Egypt (1998) The Iron Giant (1999) The Triplets of Belleville (2003) The Incredibles (2004) Persepolis (2007) Waltz with Bashir (2008) How to Train Your Dragon (2010) It's Such a Beautiful Day (2012) The Red Turtle (2016)
(83) Iran Where is the Friend's Home? (1987) Close-Up (1990) A Moment of Innocence (1996) Taste of Cherry (1997) Certified Copy (2010) A Separation (2011) The Salesman (2015)
(84) Jean Renoir A Day in the Country (1936) La Grande Illusion (1937) The Rules of the Game (1939) French Cancan (1955)
(85) Monster The Blob (1953) Godzilla (1954) Tarantula (1955) Cloverfield (2008) Trollhunter (2010)
(86) Wim Wenders Alice in the Cities (1974) Kings of the Road (1976) The American Friend (1977) Paris, Texas (1984) Wings of Desire (1987)
(87) Teen American Graffiti (1973) Over the Edge (1979) The Warriors (1979) Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979) Rumble Fish (1983) Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) Stand by Me (1986) Boyz n the Hood (1991) Kids (1995) Fucking Åmål (1998) Heathers (1988) Ken Park (2002) Mean Girls (2004) Superbad (2007) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) Spring Breakers (2012) The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) Boyhood (2014) Lady Bird (2017)
(88) Buster Keaton Our Hospitality (1923) Sherlock Jr. (1924) The General (1926) Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) The Cameraman (1928)
(89) Cannibal films Cannibal Holocaust (1980) Eaten Alive! (1980) Cannibal Ferox (1981) Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death (1989) Cannibal! The Musical (1993)
(90) Carl Theodor Dreyer The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) Vampyr (1932) Day of Wrath (1943) Ordet (1955) Gertrud (1964)
(91) Hippie The Love-Ins (1967) Psych-Out (1968) Zabriskie Point (1970) Hair (1979)
(92) Martin Scorsese Mean Streets (1973) Taxi Driver (1976) Raging Bull (1980) The King of Comedy (1982) After Hours (1985) Goodfellas (1990) The Age of Innocence (1993) Casino (1995) The Departed (2006) The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
(93) Mystery Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) Clue (1985) The Usual Suspects (1995) The Game (1997) Donnie Darko (2001) The Prestige (2006) The Man from Earth (2007)
(94) Pier Paolo Pasolini The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964) The Hawks and the Sparrows (1966) Teorema (1968) Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)
(95) Prison The Great Escape (1963) Cool Hand Luke (1967) Escape from Alcatraz (1979) The Shawshank Redemption (1994) A Prophet (2009)
(96) Yakuza Tokyo Drifter (1966) Branded to Kill (1967) Ichi the Killer (2001) Zatōichi (2003) Outrage (2010)
(97) War drama The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Die Brücke (1959) Lawrence of Arabia (1962) The Battle of Algiers (1966) The Cranes Are Flying (1957) Come and See (1985) Schindler's List (1993) The Pianist (2002) Downfall (2004) The Hurt Locker (2008) Beasts of No Nation (2015)
(98) German expressionism The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) The Golem (1920) Nosferatu (1922) The Last Laugh (1924)
(99) Comedy Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958) Divorce, Italian Style (1962) The Pink Panther (1963) The Great Race (1965) The Odd Couple (1968) Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) Life of Brian (1979) The Jerk (1979) The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980) Tampopo (1985) A Fish Called Wanda (1988) My Cousin Vinny (1992) Office Space (1999) Jackass: The Movie (2002) Anchorman (2004) Borat (2006) The Hangover (2009)
(100) 90s action Total Recall (1990) Terminator 2 (1991) Point Break (1991) El Mariachi (1992) The Fugitive (1993) The Rock (1996) Mission: Impossible (1996) Con Air (1997) Face/Off (1997) The Matrix (1999)
(101) Andrei Tarkovsky Andrei Rublev (1966) Solaris (1971) The Mirror (1974) Stalker (1979) Nostalgia (1983) The Sacrifice (1986)
(102) Satire Sullivan's Travels (1941) The Producers (1967) If.... (1968) Blazing Saddles (1974) Network (1976) American Beauty (1999) Fight Club (1999) American Psycho (2000) Thank You for Smoking (2005) Idiocracy (2006) In the Loop (2009)
(103) Music A Hard Day's Night (1964) The Blues Brothers (1980) Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982) This Is Spinal Tap (1984) Stop Making Sense (1984) Amadeus (1984) Sister Act (1992) Buena Vista Social Club (1999) Almost Famous (2000) 8 Mile (2002) Ray (2004) Whiplash (2014)
(104) Alejandro Jodorowsky El Topo (1970) The Holy Mountain (1973) Santa Sangre (1989)
(105) Avant-garde documentary Man With a Movie Camera (1929) Blow Job (1964) News from Home (1977) Koyaanisqatsi (1982) Baraka (1992) La Commune (Paris, 1871) (2000) I was moving ahead … (2000) Habitat (2012)
(106) Ernst Lubitsch I Don't Want to Be a Man (1918) Trouble in Paradise (1932) Ninotchka (1939) The Shop Around the Corner (1940) To Be or Not to Be (1942)
(107) Erotic Last Tango in Paris (1972) In the Realm of the Senses (1976) Body Double (1984) Basic Instinct (1992) The Handmaiden (2016)
(108) Sci-fi The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) Planet of the Apes (1968) THX 1138 (1971) Star Wars (1977) Blade Runner (1982) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) On the Silver Globe (1988) Twelve Monkeys (1995) Star Trek: First Contact (1996) The Fifth Element (1997) Gattaca (1997) The Matrix (1999) A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) Minority Report (2002) Primer (2004) Moon (2009) Cloud Atlas (2012) Her (2013) Gravity (2013) Edge of Tomorrow (2014) Ex Machina (2014) Interstellar (2014) The Martian (2015)
(109) Tim Burton Edward Scissorhands (1990) The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Ed Wood (1994) Mars Attacks! (1996) Big Fish (2003) Sweeney Todd (2007)
(110) Stoner films Up in Smoke (1978) Half Baked (1998) How High (2001) Pineapple Express (2008)
(111) Sports drama The Hustler (1961) Rocky (1976) Remember the Titans (2000) Million Dollar Baby (2004) The Wrestler (2008) The Fighter (2010) Moneyball (2011) Creed (2015)
(112) Powell & Pressburger The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) The Red Shoes (1948) Black Narcissus (1947)
(113) Dystopia Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) Brazil (1985) Dark City (1998) Battle Royale (2000) 28 Days Later... (2002) V for Vendetta (2005) Children of Men (2006) The Road (2009) Snowpiercer (2013) The Maze Runner (2014)
(114) Luis Buñuel The Young and the Damned (1950) Viridiana (1961) The Exterminating Angel (1962) Simon of the Desert (1965) Belle de Jour (1967) The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) That Obscure Object of Desire (1977)
(115) Documentary Night and Fog (1956) Shoah (1985) The Thin Blue Line (1988) Hoop Dreams (1994) Man on Wire (2008) Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) Leviathan (2012) The Act of Killing (2012) Tim's Vermeer (2013)
(116) Modern action 300 (2006) The Raid: Redemption (2011) Dredd (2012) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Hardcore Henry (2016)
(118) Rape revenge The Virgin Spring (1960) I Spit on Your Grave (1978) Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002) Irreversible (2002) I Saw the Devil (2010)
(119) Wong Kar-wai Chungking Express (1994) Fallen Angels (1995) Happy Together (1997) In the Mood for Love (2000) 2046 (2004)
(120) Horror comedy Young Frankenstein (1974) House (1977) An American Werewolf in London (1981) Dead Alive (1992) Shaun of the Dead (2004) The Cabin in the Woods (2012) What We Do in the Shadows (2014)
(121) Courtroom drama 12 Angry Men (1957) Anatomy of a Murder (1959) Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) The Verdict (1982) A Few Good Men (1992) The Rainmaker (1997)
(122) Charlie Chaplin The Tramp (1915) The Kid (1921) The Circus (1928) City Lights (1931) The Great Dictator (1940) Limelight (1952)
(123) Yakuza Tokyo Drifter (1966) Branded to Kill (1967) Ichi the Killer (2001) Zatōichi (2003) Outrage (2010)
(124) Splatter Blood Feast (1963) The Wizard of Gore (1970) The Evil Dead (1981) Bad Taste (1987)
(125) Africa Black Girl (1966) Touki Bouki (1973) Hotel Rwanda (2004) Moolaadé (2004) Timbuktu (2014)
(126) Ancient Rome Quo Vadis (1951) Ben-Hur (1959) Spartacus (1960) Cleopatra (1963) Caligula (1979) Gladiator (2000)
(127) Biography The Life of Emile Zola (1937) Patton (1970) Gandhi (1982) Malcolm X (1992) Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985) Schindler's List (1993) Monster (2003) The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) Lincoln (2012)
(128) John Cassavetes Shadows (1958) Faces (1968) A Woman Under the Influence (1974)
(129) Eastern Europe Ashes and Diamonds (1958) Daisies (1966) Cremator (1969) Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (1970) Damnation (1988) Satantango (1994) Underground (1995) Black Cat, White Cat (1998) Werckmeister Harmonies (2000) No Man's Land (2001) The Turin Horse (2011) Ida (2013)
(130) Russia Brother (1997) Russian Ark (2002) The Return (2003) The Sun (2005) Hard to Be a God (2013) Leviathan (2014)
(131) Religion The Ten Commandments (1956) The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) The Mission (1986) The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) The Passion of the Christ (2004) Silence (2016)
(132) Cult films Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958) Barbarella (1968) Pink Flamingos (1972) Tron (1982) Ghostbusters (1984) Repo Man (1984) The Toxic Avenger (1984) Back to the Future (1985) Big Trouble in Little China (1986) Surf Nazis Must Die (1987) Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989) Army of Darkness (1992) Wayne’s World (1992) Clerks (1994) Bad Boy Bubby (1994) Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000) Donnie Darko (2001) Freddy Got Fingered (2001) The Brown Bunny (2003) The Room (2003) Fateful Findings (2013)
(133) Unsorted L'Atalante (1934) Children of Paradise (1945) It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Pather Panchali (1955) Marketa Lazarová (1967) The Conformist (1970) Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974) Cinema Paradiso (1988) Dead Man (1995) Life Is Beautiful (1997) Pi (1998) Being John Malkovich (1999) Adaptation. (2002) The Illusionist (2006) Synecdoche, New York (2008) Dogtooth (2009) Enter the Void (2009) Inception (2010) Rubber (2010) The Great Beauty (2013) Birdman (2014) A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014) Inherent Vice (2014) Chef (2014) The Lobster (2015) The Big Short (2015) Swiss Army Man (2016)
(134) Home Invasion Home Alone (1990) Panic Room (2002) Borgman (2013) The Gift (2015) Don't Breathe (2016)
(135) Historical The Leopard (1963) A Man for All Seasons (1966) Quest for Fire (1981) The Last of the Mohicans (1992) Braveheart (1995)
(136) New Hollywood Bonnie and Clyde (1967) The Graduate (1967) Five Easy Pieces (1970) The Last Picture Show (1971) Harold and Maude (1971) Easy Rider (1969)
(137) Hayao Miyazaki Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) Castle in the Sky (1986) My Neighbor Totoro (1988) Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) Porco Rosso (1992) Princess Mononoke (1997) Spirited Away (2001) Howl's Moving Castle (2004) The Wind Rises (2013)
(138) Italian neorealism Rome, Open City (1945) Paisan (1946) Bicycle Thieves (1948) Stromboli (1950)
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2018.01.29 02:15 recklessmaterialism [Full Transcript] St. Vincent VIP Experience Q&A in Los Angeles (01.25.18)

Hey guys. If you take the time you’ll find some good insight and other nuggets on her process, inspiration and sense of humor. Some parts are inaudible from my iPhone recording--mostly from the different audience members who were out of range for the microphone. All of Annie’s responses are transcribed in full. My exchange exhange with her is below in bold. (Special thanks to u/td1183 for the suggestion on what to ask Annie.)
Annie Clark: What is that journey from the very earliest bits to, to where we are now? Um, I, this isn't something that I learned but it is something that my little brother learned, who's my personal assistant. He, uh, he knows I'm a little bit like germ-y, whatever, and, um, and so he makes a lot of tea, which is very sweet of him and he says, like, "Don't," he's been saying, "Don't worry, because I wash out the tea kettle after every show." I'm like, "Cool, great."
Uh, so we're about six weeks into the tour and I look over and he is in fact cleaning out the tea kettle but he's cleaning it out with Chlorox bleach.
Audience: (laughs).
A. Clark: Uh, and another thing that he learned is that, um, I don't know if you guys, how familiar you are, um, with, with being on tour buses or, or whatever, but it's like airplanes, like the water's not potable. You don't drink it, you know? You like, you're, you're lucky, you're, or you're like lucky if you don't get a rash washing your hands with it. It's just like not, shares a chamber with antifreeze or something. It's really gnarly.
So, but anyway, for a time there he was making me, uh, smoothies before the show.
Audience: (laughs).
A. Clark: For energy. And again, this is like same day that, that the Chlorox, uh, tragedy happened. He, I was like, "Jack, can you make me one of those great smoothies that you do?" He's like, "Yeah, sure," and he goes and he takes the blender, puts the little powder in it, the little [inaudible 00:01:47] and fills it up with bus water. And he's ... He had been giving me bus water smoothies for, like, over a month.
Audience: (laughs).
Speaker 2: Heh.
A. Clark: Yeah, have it. So, uh, so these are lessons for him, um.
Audience: (laughs).
A. Clark: No, I mean ... In, in all seriousness I think that it's been really fun. And I don't want to spoil anything for you guys who haven't seen the show, but I think it's been really fun to go "Can I, can I be entertaining for an hour and a half." I'm like, "Oh." Um, and the answer sadly for all of you is no.
Speaker 2: (laughs).
Audience: (laughs).
A. Clark: So, but, you are here. Yes, you, in the power shirt.
Speaker 3: Oh.
A. Clark: (laughs). Oh. Well, that was embarrassing (laughs).
Speaker 5: [inaudible 00:02:39]
A. Clark: Uh, what I, recording techniques.
Speaker 5: [inaudible 00:02:51] or just, uh, in general [inaudible 00:02:57].
A. Clark: Totally, different approaches to production and recording techniques. Um, well you know, I, before this record I'd had a little makeshift kinda studio thing. Like, little travel, uh, audio interfaces and stuff like that. But I hadn't, I never had like a legit studio. And so I built one of those.
And so, before I worked with anybody else, before I brought in Jack Antonoff or anybody I was just demo-ing myself forever, or what felt like forever. And so certain things like the guitars in Fear of the Future, or things from ... That was from, like, the original idea.
Speaker 5: [inaudible 00:03:37].
A. Clark: Yeah, like just the complete original idea. So there ... There are things like that, that, that ... I think the idea of, um, there being like "the demo" and then a real recording these days is, like, doesn't even, it doesn't exist anymore. You can make something that sounds rad pretty cheaply or self-sufficiently.
Yes, you in the beanie. In the Can shirt, that's a fucking sick shirt.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:04:09].
A. Clark: That's the co- ... Is that the cover of Ege Bamyasi? Yeah, sick.
Speaker 6: Yeah. [inaudible 00:04:15].
A. Clark: It's just ... Oh man, so great.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:04:29].
A. Clark: Yeah.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:04:34].
A. Clark: The song "Year of the Tiger" and the reference to the, um, to the zodiac stuff. I don't, truthfully I don't know that ... Well that's, like, the Chinese New Year, right?
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:04:47].
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: We have a, might have a [inaudible 00:04:51] expert.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But I don't know that much. I think that I am the year of the dog, in [inaudible 00:04:56].
Speaker 6: Oh yeah.
A. Clark: I think so. But I don't know - I don't remember what that is. Do you mean like astrology, etc?
Speaker 6: Yeah.
A. Clark: I feel like ... Uh, I feel like it's super fun.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Like, it's, uh, I, like ... I, I wouldn't like play the stock market based on it.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But, but I also happily will have someone tell me all about me.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: I'm just kidding. You know, oh my God, you're ... "That is such a Libra thing to say."
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: That, like, I - people ... But I mean I think it's all just part of, like, fuck yeah let's build mythologies together. How do you feel about it?
Speaker 6: I like [inaudible 00:05:35]. And then I [inaudible 00:05:45].
A. Clark: It's accurate?
Speaker 6: Yeah.
A. Clark: I mean I've heard that from a lot of people. Well, but with the birth chart thing you have to know your exact time of birth, right?
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:05:58].
A. Clark: Yeah.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:06:03].
A. Clark: Oh.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:06:08].
A. Clark: It's super complicated.
Speaker 6: [inaudible 00:06:08].
A. Clark: Yeah. Mom, what was I - when was I born, mom?
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: She really is here hiding ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: ... from the camera.
Yes, you in the red, or sorry it's a NASA jacket.
Speaker 2: Oh, me. Thank you. (Laughs). Uh, this one's from the Proust Questionnaire. Uh, which talent would you most like to have?
A. Clark: Patience.
Speaker 2: (Laughs)
A. Clark: I'd like that. Okay.
You in the glasses.
Speaker 6: Of all the places that you've been, what place surprised you pleasantly?
A. Clark: What place pleasantly surprised me ... Okay, kind of a loaded question. Because, in the premise of the question, is what place did you expect very little of.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But it definitely [inaudible 00:07:02].
Um, (laughs), man ...
Audience: As long as you say California. (Laughs)
A. Clark: I love LA. I love California. Cali never lets you down.
Um, oh boy, uh ... You know where, like this is ... This doesn't address the first part of the question, um, because I didn't know what to expect, but I really enjoyed going to Taiwan.
Speaker 8: Oh, yay! [inaudible 00:07:28].
Audience: (Laughs).
A. Clark: Like, I went to Taipei and it was wonderful. I had the best time.
Yes, you with the red lipstick.
Speaker 9: Me?
A. Clark: Which is both of you, now that I see ...
Speaker 10: I'm actually taller than my girlfriend so I'm gonna pass it over.
Speaker 9: First of all, hi. If I knew you were here I would have dressed differently.
A. Clark: Oh my God, you look great.
Speaker 9: Thanks. Secondly, I ... You and I had a chat like two years ago, it was on your podcast.
A. Clark: Oh, really?
Speaker 9: Yeah, I was like the music therapist back in the day.
A. Clark: That's right! Hi!
Speaker 9: Yeah, hi! And secondly, my question for you is - were there any songs from this album that you scrapped when you brought to Jack and he was like "Fuck no, we're not doing that."
A. Clark: (Laughs) Oh, any ones that Jack just drowned in the bathtub. Um ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Um, there were a couple ones ... Well, no. There's nothing that, that ... There were things that he ... First of all, Jack is the most positive person in the world so his, his version of not liking a thing would, to just be really effusive about another thing.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Um, I remember though that I kept bringing up this song "Smoking Section," because I, it was the first song I wrote for the record and I was very attached to it. And it wasn't one of the ones that he gravitated toward originally and I, I kept, uh, just kind of kept bringing it up and, uh, and he finally [inaudible 00:08:45] he was like "No, it means a lot to you." And I was like "Huh! Yes it does!"
Um, so that one I, I fought for I guess, more or less.
Um, but, the others ... There was one song that we made for the album that was really cool but it just wasn't, it didn't do a thing that another song didn't do better. You know?
So, um, but it was ... I was in Germany and I saw, what was ostensibly like a porn magazine, and it said "Sexclusive," like that was the title. No E, just like Sexclusive. And I just thought it looked visually so arresting and so, I was like "Okay, I gotta have a song called Sexclusive" so ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: And so, I, I had Jenny Beth from Savages, um, uh, I was like "Listen, Jenny. I need you, I need you, you to record saying 'sexclusive, sexclusive' in your, like, cool French accent at 120 bpm and I need you to do it for three minutes and just send it to me, so ..."
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: So she was such a, such a pal. And she did it. And, um, and then the rest of the ... So, the track is just, like, basically Jenny Beth saying "sexclusive" and it sounded cool and then, uh, and then this like wild kind of Deee-Lite esque phantasmagoria around it.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: I don't know.
Yes, you sir.
Yeah. [inaudible 00:10:33].
Well, okay, just sequencing. Very important part of record-making. Fun fact about, uh, making "Actor." I was so intent upon The Sequel ending up on it because I was very proud of, like, the arrangement. But it's like half a song. Let's be real. It doesn't, it's not a full song. Um, but I was so intent that it, that it exist because it was a little, you know, Faberge egg that I put it, I put it after ... Basically against the wishes of everyone I put it after Just the Same but Brand New, which is like, leaves you on this really nice cloud. And then I'm like "But just kidding, things get dark again. This takes a terrible turn."
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: So, um, I think that it was the, the ... There's an A&R guy at, I was on 4AD, or Beggars, at the time. And he very delicately asked if we could end it with Just the Same but Brand New, that he thought it would be a better order. And as I listen back I'm like "Yeah, maybe you were, maybe you were right."
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: I mean, you don't have to leave them with dread everyday. Just some days.
Yes, you.
Speaker 11: [inaudible 00:11:54].
A. Clark: My pleasure, I love this.
Speaker 11: [inaudible 00:11:55].
A. Clark: Dorian Grey, yeah.
Speaker 11: Why [inaudible 00:12:02] and [inaudible 00:12:04].
A. Clark: Okay, totally. So, um ... I'm gonna direct a, uh, a modern adaptation of Dorian Gray with a female protagonist. So, the story is interesting to me for so many reasons. Um, like thematically, just, um, alter-ego and narcissism and sublimated desire and all that stuff. Um, but then I also thought that the story itself looks very, will look very different, um ... Things like vanity or desire or duh, duh, duh look very different, uh, embodied by a woman. So that, that is interesting to me. That challenge of making that feel real.
Um, and then also there is this gentleman who wrote this film Elle, has anybody seen Elle?
Audience: Elf? (Laughs)
A. Clark: Uh, not ... (Laughs)
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Incredible film.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Zoey Deschanel and Will Ferrell ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: ... save Christmas.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: And sing songs. (Laughs)
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: No, it's, it's called Elle. Uh, E-L-L-E. And Isabelle Huppert is in it, and it's French and it's fucked up, it's very dark.
Um, but, but I loved it so much that the guy, I contact the guy ... His name's David Burke, the guy who wrote Elle. And I was like "Yo, will you write this with me." And he was into it because he'd gone to a show here like, at the Echoplex, like ten years ago with his daughter and he was like "Yeah, full circle."
So, he's writing it and he's great. I'm thrilled.
Audience: Woo!
A. Clark: Yes, you. Yeah. (Laughs)
Speaker 12: Um, so, a couple questions. One is - do you meditate? And two is [inaudible 00:14:09]?
A. Clark: These are really good questions. Uh, first question - do I meditate.
There was a period, uh, last year, where I called it like monastic-fantastic where I just was in ... I was, I wasn't drinking anything fun. I was totally celibate. I was, like, just a work monster. And, um, it was wonderful. It was a wonderful period. But it was, I started to transcendental meditation, which was incredibly helpful for everything, basically everything that was even vaguely an ailment got better when I was doing TM. And then also, so many ideas, it was incredibly generative from an ideas standpoint.
And, so, but I kind of ... Uh, it's bad to admit but I kinda, I've gotta get back into it. Just been a little busy.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Which I know, it's not an excuse. But um, don't tell David Lynch.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But, uh ... And what's the one thing I know about love. That's a really good question. I think it's not supposed to hurt. In the, in the gener- ... You know, like, yes, breakup- ... That, but like ... One the day-to-day I don't think it's supposed to be, uh, such a struggle. Yeah.
Do you agree with that? What do you know about love?
Speaker 12: I know that it is really [inaudible 00:15:42].
A. Clark: You're gonna love Tuck and Patty tonight then.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: My, just a really brief side note, my aunt and uncle, Tuck and Patty, who you all ...
Audience: Woo! (Applause)
A. Clark: Yeah! Are the best. Are the best. And I'm so excited for you, if you haven't seen them, that you get to have the experience because it's the best thing ever. So.
Yes, you in the sparkles.
Speaker 13: Um, okay, so, I love the [inaudible 00:16:11].
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Thank you.
Speaker 13: So, like, I wonder like, what inspired you to just like, to just find that aesthetic. And I guess like, pretty much like, overall [inaudible 00:16:20] and what was that moment when you're like "Holy fuck, this is what I'm gonna do."
A. Clark: Yeah. (Laughs)
Um, first of all, I really enjoy your use of the F word.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: I just love, it's such wonderful word to say, it's so satisfying.
Um, uh, well, so, I worked with a friend of mine who's a creative director in Willow and basically we just kind of like put together a bible of images, like, there's a lot of keyboard and sort of references. I was really drawn to these things that were, um, sexy but like, so stupid. Like, just ridiculous to, or just have a sense of humor. Um, and, I felt like fluorescens were in that realm too because they, at first they seem really cheery, and then you really look at them and you're like "My eyes are burning and this is aggressive and kinda gnarly."
And then, um ... Yeah, and then like the album cover, it came about because I, you know, I was kinda riffing on the, like, [inaudible 00:17:30] bordan disembodied, you know, parts kind of thing and my friend Carlotta was just, like, bent over and she put her head through a canvas, like a beautiful ostrich. And, uh, and like it just, it wasn't planned, it was just, we just happened to get the shot and it was like "Oh, this is ... This makes sense." This, like, somehow puts everything on the record together. And I kind of ... A, a way that's more playful too. Because last, last record was like near-future cult leader and as fun as it was it wasn't, it wasn't like, as cheery or funny as I ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: You know, maybe like to pretend I [inaudible 00:18:18].
Yes, you with the blond.
Speaker 14: I think you meant to call on her.
A. Clark: I did?
Speaker 14: Yeah, you did.
A. Clark: Okay.
Speaker 15: Hi!
A. Clark: Hi!
Speaker 15: I love you.
A. Clark: I love you, too.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 15: Anyway, um, this is sort of on the same subject with aesthetics.
A. Clark: Yeah.
Speaker 15: Because you've had a lot of different aesthetics through the years. And I was, like, wondering if you have a favorite.
A. Clark: Wondering if I had a favorite aesthetic.
Speaker 15: Yeah.
A. Clark: I will tell you what was not my favorite aesthetic, but only for practical reasons. That fucking white hair.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 15: Oh my God!
A. Clark: It was so hard to keep up. You, you guys, you've dyed your hair ... Have you guys? Right? It is such a challenge to keep from not falling out.
And I wasn't super careful about it because I was like on the road and I was like "Yeah, this place in Birmingham, UK looks just fine I'll go in and get my hair done." And, and it was ... It was just like a lot of upkeep and I always looked so dirty and my sister came to visit on tour and my tour manager then was like "Will you please get her to wash her hair."
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Like, it was just, it was like a whole thing. I mean I liked the look of it, I guess, for ... hindsight is 20/20. But, the upkeep was terrible and then I had to cut all my hair off and then I had this, like, horrible, like, 1999 [inaudible 00:19:33] haircut for like ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: A long time. It was really unfortunate.
Yes, you, with the poster.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 16: Uh, you watch Black Mirror, right?
A. Clark: Love Black Mirror.
Speaker 17: Fuck yeah!
Speaker 16: [inaudible 00:19:47] the latest season?
A. Clark: I did see the latest season, but I might have fallen asleep.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But tell me about it.
Speaker 16: [inaudible 00:19:53] it was like the best season yet.
A. Clark: Really?
Speaker 16: I don't know, I can't ruin it for you. Uh, there's a ... There's like Star Trek thing?
A. Clark: Oh, yes, I did see the Star Trek episode.
Speaker 16: And then there's a dating episode.
A. Clark: Yeah...
Speaker 16: [inaudible 00:20:09]. But uh, yeah that's a ...
A. Clark: Dating one ...
Speaker 16: It's like, it's a, it's a world where like, um, people are allotted a certain amount of time for ...
A. Clark: Oh, I did see this one. Yeah.
So, Black Mirror on Netflix. Charlie Brooker. Great series.
Yes, you with the glasses.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 18: Hi.
A. Clark: Hi.
Speaker 18: Um, so, uh, [inaudible 00:20:37]. So I don't really understand what was [inaudible 00:20:55]. I took it to mean [inaudible 00:21:00]. So, [inaudible 00:21:04] something to [inaudible 00:21:08].
A. Clark: Oh man, that's a really great question. Did anybody ... Did you guys here the ...?
Speaker 17: No.
Audience: No.
A. Clark: So, he's, he's ... So, he said, uh, when he was in college he went to a symposium and John Cage was talking and John Cage was, was asked about Finnegan's Wake, the great James Joyce novel, which - was it, the last one he did, right? And it's very ... It's just like, language that looks like this. Yeah.
Yeah. Have you ever read James Joyce's love letters to his wife?
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 18: [inaudible 00:21:48].
A. Clark: Oh, very sexual. Very sexual for an Irishman.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: But, uh ... I can say that, I'm Irish.
Um, but, uh, so - do I have that kind of, do I have a similar experience ... Because, in John Cage's response to how can you understand, how can you love a thing if you don't understand it. And you asked if I had similar things.
That's the ... I think that's the nexis of the raddest shit. Is that something it touches on, it, it touches on something that, that you understand either in your body, and you're reacting to it viscerally ... Uh, you don't need to be able to write a thesis about something that you love, there's nothing wrong with wanting to, wanting to mark the butterfly behind the glass case, but that's the best stuff.
I, speaking of Tuck and Patty ... Like, they played me ... When I was 15 years old they like sat me down, they lit candles, they played Miles Davis, they played Bitches Brew, they played Coltrane, they played Love Supreme, they played Oliver Nelson's Blues and the Abstract Truth. And I'm like a 15 year old kid who's been raised on, like, Pearl Jam and Nirvana and that's mostly my, in my wheelhouse. And then they played me this stuff that I was like - This is the center of the universe opening up and somehow I get to be privy to it. And I don't, you don't have to, yeah, so yeah. Do you feel that way?
Speaker 18: I do. And that [inaudible 00:23:28]. Um, I mean, yeah.
A. Clark: It's unbelievable.
Speaker 18: [inaudible 00:23:36].
A. Clark: Absolutely.
Speaker 18: [inaudible 00:23:43] music and [inaudible 00:23:46].
A. Clark: Oh yeah, absolutely. I mean, look ... Yeah, even things like ... I remember being at the Tate Modern and seeing, um, like water lilies. And, no ... Like, to me that was like a painting piece, you didn't ... At like a dentist's office. And I saw it in person and I was, like, moved to tears by it. But that's the, the, the, the like mystical shit that's ...
Yeah, thank you. Oh boy.
Speaker 17: You're doing great!
A. Clark: Oh ... Yes, you back there. I'm sorry, I took too ... I should have ...
Speaker 19: It's okay. Um, I heard you talk about David Lynch in one of your interviews. Did you finally catch up with Twin Peaks and what did you think?
A. Clark: Um, it's on my queue.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Ugh. No, I haven't seen it yet. But I've heard it's great. Is it great?
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 19: It's great. I just finished it. So it's great. Yeah.
A. Clark: Okay. So many things.
Yes, you.
Um, well then you and then you.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 20: [inaudible 00:24:49] I have a [inaudible 00:24:52]. Um, [inaudible 00:24:55].
A. Clark: [inaudible 00:25:10]. Sup.
Speaker 20: [inaudible 00:25:13]. And then [inaudible 00:25:19].
A. Clark: It's a good question. Why did I resolve up on Smoking Section. I don't know why. It seemed like the right thing to do. Uh, and, and then it was clear that it was the right thing to do because it was ...
Uh, hang on. Me. I was working on a lot and I was like "What, where is, what is this song wanna be?" Like, I, it didn't, I ... I was like trying to shove it into like anthem rock territory. I was like "Who do you ... Who are you?"
Um, and uh, and then I found it in the studio. I was like "Yes, this is who you're supposed to be." And I was like wait a minute, I think that's the same key as the, where Smoking Section ends off. And I was like, I had this feeling that Hang on Me should be first and then I knew that Smoking Section was gonna be last. I was like "There it is." You can listen to it on a loop.
Audience: (Laughs) [inaudible 00:26:17].
A. Clark: It is totally that, yeah. Yeah, absolutely it is.
Speaker 20: [inaudible 00:26:23].
A. Clark: Yeah.
Speaker 20: [inaudible 00:26:25].
A. Clark: Wonderful.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Cry those wet tears.
Yes, you.
Speaker 21: Oh, uh, big fan. I've been waiting 10 years to finally see you live, I'm finally seeing you live, I never have. And then - question. Does every album, does your writing practice change? Like, in how you write the album entirely. Do you write the music first and then the lyrics?
A. Clark: It's all over the map, the writing process. It really is all over the map. Because sometimes it's like, it's a story and it's lyrics and I don't know what it sounds like, but the story's there. And then sometimes it's, uh, a process that I like to call organ harvesting ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: ... Where, you know you're just, like, you're just doing your [inaudible 00:27:06]. Like, you're just in there, and you're writing, and you don't know if it's, you don't know if like ... Maybe this part that I woke up singing will be the best guitar part on the album or whatever it is. So you're just like, making these little Faberge eggs and going like "Oh, maybe ..." And then all of a sudden you realize like "Oh! This thing I made two months ago is the perfect chorus for this thing I'm working on today."
And so I think there's no wasted effort it's all just like, do, do, do, do and if you get stuck on something just go to another instrument or work in all kinds of different mediums. Make beats if you can, think of a melody, just go, go, go and then fuse it all together.
Yes, you.
Speaker 22: [inaudible 00:28:04].
A. Clark: Writing music.
Speaker 22: [inaudible 00:28:07].
A. Clark: Totally. Tips for writing music.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Uh, your ears are your best asset. And, uh, how do you approach things - as a singer?
Speaker 22: [inaudible 00:28:19].
A. Clark: And what's the thing you find the hardest to ... Like, the music part of it?
Speaker 22: [inaudible 00:28:25].
A. Clark: The lyrics.
Speaker 22: [inaudible 00:28:27].
A. Clark: Uh ... Try this. So, start singing, just like you're singing and you're not necessarily, uh, you're like kinda improvising a melody. And don't worry about what the words are, and just record yourself. Just duh, duh, duh, duh ... And then, like, the way that you're singing and the melody will kind of tell you what the words want to sound like. Because your mouth ... It's like, John Cage, first thought, best thought. Which is, I love that. Uh, I didn't do it in here, I should have, just been "first thought, best thought."
Um, but uh, I ... Just, the, the way you phrase something will suggest words. And then sometimes you trick your, you outsmart your brain. Because you're, like, doing something that's purely emotional at first. Then you'll kinda like, "Oh, that, maybe that sounds like that word or ..." So, like, you'll go in through the back door situation. Good luck.
Yes, you.
Speaker 23: Do you still fear the future?
A. Clark: No, I don't fear the future. Um, I called the ... Well, the song's called Fear the Future, but, um, I called the tour Fear the Future because I thought it was funny.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Truly. That's the thing, it's so on the nose that it's like "What?"
Okay, I have time for just a couple more. Yes, you with the piece of paper.
Speaker 24: It says "Marry Me, Prince Johnny."
A. Clark: Marry me Prince Johnny?
Speaker 24: (Laughs) [inaudible 00:30:10].
A. Clark: Wait, is it a question?
Speaker 24: Um, no, it's [inaudible 00:30:13].
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Fool me once ...
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 24: [inaudible 00:30:21] with the newest album, how does that [inaudible 00:30:25].
A. Clark: Um, well, it makes me ... Here's something that happens, uh, when people write things about you on the internet. The best thing that can happen is that you feel the, like a modicum of like "Ah!" But the worst thing that can happen is you just feel, like, gutted and horrible. So I try to just like not, like, just be detached enough to be like "Huh!" You know, "Oh! That's nice! Huh!"
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Could have been another thing. Like, all of this is malleable.
Yes, you. In the glasses.
Speaker 25: Oh! Um ...
A. Clark: Oh, there's four people in a row, five people in a row with glasses.
Audience: (Laughs)
Speaker 25: Oh my God. Um, [inaudible 00:31:24] someone just like me to [inaudible 00:31:44] be like "Okay!" [inaudible 00:31:50].
A. Clark: Oh, boy. How was it ... Well, part of the, part of the monastic-fantastic phase was like, actually, I got some kind of a stomach, my stomach ... It was maybe stress or whatever but I couldn't, I could barely eat and I also could- ... The alcohol did not taste good at all. So, the getting out of it was like, not ... It wasn't like "Oh, finally I have all this incredible self-restraint and ..."
Speaker 25: [inaudible 00:32:17].
A. Clark: Oh, oh, it was not Ambien.
Speaker 25: Oh, oh.
A. Clark: It was not actually ... No, that wasn't Ambien. I, I don't ... I don't mess with Ambien anymore after 2014. Yeah. When I was in, I was in Helsinki and I took Ambien and I, and I was like "Oh, Huey Newton and Louis Farrakhan are in my room. Louis Farrakhan is holding a lion and why are they watching me masturbate?"
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: The weirdest Ambien ... You know. No, it wasn't Ambien, it wasn't Ambien.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: Let me list the other shit. No, I'm kidding. I'm totally kidding.
Speaker 25: [inaudible 00:32:58].
A. Clark: It was wonderful. Oh, it was so, it was really wonderful. It was so, um, so productive. And it was really just, like ... I, I got so much shit done. Like, I pitched on a couple movies, I like finished an album, I, like, made a couple books and worked another ... You know, it was just like go, go, go, go, go. And it was, it was wonderful. I really had the best time.
Um, guys one more question then I have to get in a bunny suit.
Okay, ah!
Hi, yes, you!
Speaker 26: Um, what advice would you give to a nervous A. Clark?
A. Clark: What advice would I give to a nervous A. Clark.
Okay, couple things. One - it's so terrifying, and you're right. Um, but you have to do it a lot to get better at it, which is the fucked up conundrum of it.
Also, um, one thing that's just helpful in life is, is to realize that most people are just concerned with themselves.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: (Laughs) So like, you know, you could like step on a banana peel and, you know, fall into a vat of tar and most people will be like "Oh, someone liked my Instagram." You know, like ...
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: It doesn't ... And that's fine. Like, that's actually, that's good news for nervous people. Um, so do it a lot.
Also, get, get comfortable with humiliation. I ... And I mean that in a great way. I talk about that with my Uncle all the time. Like, because so much of life is, kind of, just like, kind of humiliating. Or, getting up on stage is crazy. It's a crazy fucking thing to do. It is insane. It's an insane premise. Like, "Hey - I'm gonna get up on stage and people are gonna want to listen to me and they're gonna want to, they're gonna be moved by me or what I have to say, or whatever. I have this inevitable thing that I just have to express.' Like, that is deeply human and also takes delusion. But if you do it enough, eventually people will want to hear what you have to say and will be moved by it.
Audience: (Laughs)
A. Clark: You're welcome.
Audience: (Applause) Woo! (Cheers)
A. Clark: Thank you so much. Do you wanna meet Jack?
Audience: Yeah! (Applause)
Speaker 17: Hi Jack!
A. Clark: He's my brother but he's also my best friend.
Audience: (Applause)
A. Clark: Bye, guys! Thank you!
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2017.06.20 08:04 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2012 (out of the 8,309 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Chasing Rodriguez (Director: Jeff Mosley)
  2. Journey To The Christmas Star (Director: Nils Gaup)
  3. Life’s A Jungle: Africa’s Most Wanted (Director: Robert D. Hanna)
  4. Little Brother, Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (Directors: Kari Juusonen, Jørgen Lerdam)
  5. Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups (Director: Robert Vince)
  6. Secret Of The Wings (Directors: Roberts Gannaway + Peggy Holmes)
  7. The Oogieloves In The Big Balloon Adventure (Director: Matthew Diamond)
  8. This Shining Light (Directors: Keith Oncale + Shawn Washburn)
  9. Vampire Dog (Director: Geoff Anderson)
  10. Wings (Director: Olga Lopato)
  11. Zambezia (Director: Wayne Thornley)
  1. 12 Dogs Of Christmas: Great Puppy Rescue (Director: Kieth Merrill)
  2. 16-Love (Director: Adam Lipsius)
  3. 40 Point Plan (Director: Eric. W. Williams)
  4. Abel’s Field (Director: Gordie Haakstad)
  5. Adventure Planet (Director: Kompin Kemgumnird)
  6. AquaTales (Directors: Ivan Oneka + Gorka Vázquezj)
  7. Back To The Sea (Director: Thom Lu)
  8. Backwards (Director: Ben Hickernell)
  9. Big Miracle (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  10. Bol Bachchan (Director: Rohit Shetty)
  11. Brave (Directors: Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman + Steve Purcell)
  12. Champions Of The Deep (Director: Baxter Churchville)
  13. Charly 10th Anniversary Encore (Director: Adam Thomas Anderegg)
  14. Chasing Mavericks (Directors: Michael Apted + Curtis Hanson)
  15. Cheerful Weather For The Wedding (Director: Donal Rice)
  16. Chick Magnets (Director: Brian Douros)
  17. Christmas Oranges (Director: John Lyde)
  18. Cinderella 3D (Director: Pascal Hérold)
  19. Cinnamon (Director: Jordi Mariscal)
  20. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  21. Cole Younger & The Black Train (Director: Christopher Forbes)
  22. Cowgirls ‘n Angels (Director: Timothy Armstrong)
  23. Crazy Enough (Director: Lance McDaniel)
  24. Delhi Safari (Director: Nikkhil Advani)
  25. Derby Dogs (Director: Tony Simpson)
  26. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (Director: David Bowers)
  27. Dino Time (Directors: Yoon-suk Choi + John Kafka)
  28. Dorothy And The Witches Of Oz (Director: Leigh Scott)
  29. Ekk Deewana Tha (Director: Gautham Menon)
  30. Ernest & Celestine (Directors: Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar + Benjamin Renner)
  31. Fill The Void (Director: Rama Burshtein)
  32. Foodfight! (Director: Lawrence Kasanoff)
  33. Frankenweenie (Director: Tim Burton)
  34. Gladiators Of Rome (Director: Iginio Straffi)
  35. Heart Land (Director: Fred Holmes)
  36. Hercules Saves Christmas (Director: Edward Hightower)
  37. Here Comes The Boom (Director: Frank Coraci)
  38. Hotel Transylvania (Director: Genndy Tartakovsky)
  39. I Heart Shakey (Director: Kevin Cooper)
  40. Ice Age: Continental Drift (Directors: Steve Martino + Mike Thurmeier)
  41. Ivan The Incredible (Director: Michael Hegner)
  42. Jonas (Director: Adam Rehmeier)
  43. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Director: Brad Peyton)
  44. Last Ounce Of Courage (Directors: Darrel Campbell + Kevin McAfee)
  45. Life Of Pi (Director: Ang Lee)
  46. Little Red Wagon (Director: David Anspaugh)
  47. Madagascar III: Europe’s Most Wanted (Directors: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath + Conrad Vernon)
  48. Madam Butterfly 3D (Director: Julian Napier)
  49. Mirror Mirror (Director: Tarsem Singh)
  50. Not That Funny (Director: Lauralee Farrer)
  51. Outback (Director: Kyung Ho Lee)
  52. Papa (Director: Ji-Seung Han)
  53. ParaNorman (Directors: Chris Butler + Sam Fell)
  54. Parental Guidance (Director: Andy Fickman)
  55. Primates Of The Caribbean (Marco Macaco) (Director: Jan Rahbek)
  56. Rise Of The Guardians (Director: Peter Ramsey)
  57. Sky Force 3D (Director: Tony Tang)
  58. Smitty (Director: David Mickey Evans)
  59. Snow Queen (Directors: Vladlen Barbe + Maksim Sveshnikov)
  60. Stealing Roses (Director: Megan Clare Johnson)
  61. The Adventures Of Huck Finn (Director: Hermine Huntgeburth)
  62. The Adventures Of Mickey Matson And The Copperhead Treasure (Director: Harold Cronk)
  63. The Robot Giant (Director: Prapas Cholsaranont)
  64. The Illusionauts (Director: Eduardo Schuldt)
  65. The Lorax (Directors: Chris Renaud + Kyle Balda)
  66. The Magic Of Belle Isle (Director: Rob Reiner)
  67. The Odd Life Of Timothy Green (Director: Peter Hedges)
  68. The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (Directors: Peter Lord + Jeff Newitt)
  69. The Reef II: High Tide (Directors: Mark A.Z. Dippé + Taedong Park)
  70. The Swan Princess Christmas (Director: Richard Rich)
  71. The Three Stooges (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  72. The Woodcarver (Director: Terry Ingram)
  73. Thunderstruck (Director: John Whitesell)
  74. Unicorn City (Director: Bryan Lefler)
  75. Victor and the Secret of Crocodile Mansion (Directors: Cyrill Boss + Philipp Stennert)
  76. Wadjda (Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour)
  77. We Are Family (Director: Renat Davletyarov)
  78. White Men Can’t Dance (Director: Pete Vinal)
  79. Wolf Children (Director: Mamoru Hosoda)
  80. Wolf Dog (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  81. Won’t Back Down (Director: Daniel Barnz)
  82. Wordlessness (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  83. Wreck-It Ralph (Director: Rich Moore)
  1. A Beautiful Soul (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  2. A Measure Of Faith (Director: Dalas Davis)
  3. A Thousand Words (Director: Brian Robbins)
  4. After (Director: Ryan Smith)
  5. Alex Cross (Director: Rob Cohen)
  6. Amour (Director: Michael Haneke)
  7. Angus Buchan’s Ordinary People (Director: F.C. Hamman)
  8. Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike (Director: John Putch)
  9. Barbara (Director: Christian Petzold)
  10. Barricade (Director: Andrew Currie)
  11. Battlefield America (Director: Chris Stokes)
  12. Battleship (Director: Peter Berg)
  13. Beasts Of The Southern Wild (Director: Benh Zeitlin)
  14. Bending The Rules (Director: Artie Mandelberg)
  15. Best Man Down (Director: Ted Koland)
  16. Beyond (Director: Josef Rusnak)
  17. Blue Like Jazz (Director: Steve Taylor)
  18. Chinese Zodiac (Director: Jackie Chan)
  19. Christmas In Compton (Director: David Raynr)
  20. Chronicle (Director: Josh Trank)
  21. Columbus Circle (Director: George Gallo)
  22. Croczilla (Director: Lisheng Lin)
  23. Crooked Arrows (Director: Steve Rash)
  24. Crossroad (Director: Shervin Youssefian)
  25. Dark Shadows (Director: Tim Burton)
  26. Dark Tide (Director: John Stockwell)
  27. Darling Companion (Director: Lawrence Kasdan)
  28. Deadline (Director: Curt Hahn)
  29. Deep In The Heart (Director: Christopher Cain)
  30. Desperate Endeavors (Director: Salim Khassa)
  31. Emperor (Director: Peter Webber)
  32. Firefall: An Epic Family Adventure (Director: Matthew Sconce)
  33. Frequency (Director: Jeff Prince)
  34. Fun Size (Director: Josh Schwartz)
  35. Gambit (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  36. General Education (Director: Tom Morris)
  37. Ginger & Rosa (Director: Sally Potter)
  38. Girl Most Likely (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  39. Girl In Progress (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  40. Gone (Director: Heitor Dhalia)
  41. Good Deeds (Director: Tyler Perry)
  42. Great Expectations (Director: Mike Newell)
  43. Greencastle (Director: Koran Dunbar)
  44. Hardflip (Director: Johnny Remo)
  45. Hatfields And McCoys: Bad Blood (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  46. Hattrick (Director: Robert Ronny)
  47. Haute Cuisine (Director: Christian Vincent)
  48. Hitchcock (Director: Sacha Gervasi)
  49. Hope Springs (Director: David Frankel)
  50. House At The End Of The Street (Director: Mark Tonderai)
  51. Iniquity (Director: Joshua Coates)
  52. Jack Reacher (Director: Christopher McQuarrie)
  53. John Carter (Director: Andrew Stanton)
  54. Joyful Noise (Director: Todd Graff)
  55. Judge Archer (Director: Haofeng Xu)
  56. Kon-Tiki (Directors: Joachim Rønning + Espen Sandberg)
  57. LOL (Director: Lisa Azuelos)
  58. Le Chef (Director: Daniel Cohen)
  59. Les Misérables (Director: Tom Hooper)
  60. Liberal Arts (Director: Josh Radnor)
  61. Lincoln (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  62. Lockout (Director: James Mather + Stephen St. Leger)
  63. London Paris New York (Director: Anu Menon)
  64. Madea’s Witness Protection (Director: Tyler Perry)
  65. Man On A Ledge (Director: Asger Leth)
  66. Margarine Wars (Director: David Rich)
  67. Moonrise Kingdom (Director: Wes Anderson)
  68. Mr. Pip (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  69. Much Ado About Nothing (Director: Joss Whedon)
  70. Mud (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  71. My Uncle Rafael (Director: Marc Fusco)
  72. Nesting (Director: John Chuldenko)
  73. No One Will Know (Director: Raj Rohit Reddy)
  74. Now Is Good (Director: Ol Parker)
  75. One For The Money (Director: Julie Anne Robinson)
  76. People Like Us (Director: Alex Kurtzman)
  77. Pitch Perfect (Director: Jason Moore)
  78. Playing For Keeps (Director: Gabriel Muccino)
  79. Premium Rush (Director: David Koepp)
  80. Quartet (Director: Dustin Hoffman)
  81. Red Dawn (Director: Dan Bradley)
  82. Red Tails (Director: Anthony Hemingway)
  83. Refugee From The Storm (Director: Elias Acosta)
  84. Robot & Frank (Director: Jake Schreier)
  85. Rock Of Ages (Director: Adam Shankman)
  86. Roxy (Director: Larry Giorgio)
  87. Saints And Soldiers: Airborne Creed (Director: Ryan Little)
  88. Shanghai Calling (Director: Daniel Hsia)
  89. Skyfall (Director: Sam Mendes)
  90. Sleepwalk With Me (Directors: Mike Birbiglia + Seth Barrish)
  91. Snow White (Director: Pablo Berger)
  92. Snow White And The Huntsman (Director: Rupert Sanders)
  93. Snow White: A Deadly Summer (Director: David DeCoteau)
  94. So Undercover (Director: Tom Vaughn)
  95. Sol (Director: Ben Carland)
  96. Spare Time Killers (Director: Jay Tando)
  97. Sparkle (Director: Salim Akil)
  98. Step Up: Revolution (Director: Scott Speer)
  99. Still Mine (Director: Michael McGowan)
  100. Swan Lake (Directors: Ross MacGibbon + Matthew Bourne)
  101. Tai Chi Zero (Director: Stephen Fung)
  102. Taken II (Director: Olivier megaton)
  103. The Amazing Spider-Man (Director: Marc Webb)
  104. The Apparition (Director: Todd Lincoln)
  105. The Avengers (Director: Joss Whedon)
  106. The Bourne Legacy (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  107. The Citizen (Director: Sam Kadi)
  108. The Cold Light Of Day (Director: Mabrouk El Mechri)
  109. The Dark Night Rises (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  110. The Dinosaur Project (Director: Sid Bennett)
  111. The First Time (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  112. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (Director: Edward Burns)
  113. The Forger (Director: Lawrence Roeck)
  114. The Frontier Boys (Director: John Grooters)
  115. The Frozen (Director: Andrew Hyatt)
  116. The Giant Mechanical Man (Director: Lee Kirk)
  117. The Girl (Director: David Riker)
  118. The Guilt Trip (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  119. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Director: Peter Jackson)
  120. The Impossible (Director: J.A. Bayona)
  121. The Lucky One (Director: Scott Hicks)
  122. The Message (Director: Thomas P. Clay)
  123. The Mine (Director: Jeff Chamberlain)
  124. The Obama Effect (Director: Charles S. Dutton)
  125. The Other Son (Director: Lorraine Lévy)
  126. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (Director: Stephen Chbosky)
  127. The Possession (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  128. The Sapphires (Director: Wayne Blair)
  129. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Pt. 2) (Director: Bill Condon)
  130. The Vow (Director: Michael Sucsy)
  131. The Woman In Black (Director: James Watkins)
  132. The Words (Directors: Brian Klugman + Lee Sternthal)
  133. The Worm And The Poodle (Director: Amy Thorstenson)
  134. Think Like A Man (Director: Tim Story)
  135. Tiger Eyes (Director: Lawrence Blume)
  136. To Write Love On Her Arms (Director: Nathan Frankowski)
  137. Total Recall (Director: Len Wiseman)
  138. Trade Of Innocents (Director: Christopher M. Bessette)
  139. Transit (Director: Antonio Negret)
  140. Trouble With The Curve (Director: Robert Lorenz)
  141. Unconditional (Director: Brent McCorkle)
  142. Unfinished Song (Director: Paul Andrew Williams)
  143. Unleashing Roy (Director: Jack Stanis)
  144. Unstable (Director: Michael Feifer)
  145. Unwitting Victims (Director: Peter Winter Byington)
  146. Upside Down (Director: Juan Solanas)
  147. Vamps (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  148. War Flowers (Director: Serge Rodnunsky)
  149. War Of The Worlds: Goliath (Director: Joe Pearson)
  150. What To Expect When You’re Expecting (Director: Kirk Jones)
  151. Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day (Director: Neema Barnette)
  152. Wrath Of The Titans (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  1. 100 Ghost Street: The Return Of Richard Speck (Director: Martin Wichmann)
  2. 12/12/12 (Director: Jared Cohn)
  3. 2 Days In New York (Director: Julie Delpy)
  4. 21 Jump Street (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  5. 30 Beats (Director: Alexis Lloyd)
  6. 6 Bullets (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  7. 6 Plots (Director: Leigh Sheehan)
  8. 7 Below (Director: Kevin Carraway)
  9. A Dark Truth (Director: Damian Lee)
  10. A Fantastic Fear Of Everything (Directors: Crispian Mills, + Chris Hopewell)
  11. A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (Director: Roman Coppola)
  12. A Hijacking (Director: Tobias Lindholm)
  13. A Kiss And A Promise (Director: Phillip Guzman)
  14. A Late Quartet (Director: Yaron Zilberman)
  15. A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman (Directors: Bill Jones, Jeff Simpson + Ben Timlett)
  16. A Little Bit Zombie (Director: Casey Walker)
  17. A Royal Affair (Director: Nikolaj Arcel)
  18. ATM (Director: David Brooks)
  19. About Cherry (Director: Stephen Elliott)
  20. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  21. Act Of Valor (Directors: Mike McCoy + Scott Waugh)
  22. Aftershock (Director: Nicolás López)
  23. Alien Dawn (Director: Neil Johnson)
  24. Alien Uprising (Director: Dominic Burns)
  25. Allegiance (Director: Michael Connors)
  26. Alter Egos (Director: Jordan Galland)
  27. Amber Alert (Director: Kerry Bellessa)
  28. Ambush At Dark Canyon (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  29. American Mary (Director: Jen Soska + Sylvia Soska)
  30. American Reunion (Directors: Jon Hurwitz + Hayden Schlossberg)
  31. Among Friends (Director: Danielle Harris)
  32. And While We Were Here (Director: Kat Coiro)
  33. Android Insurrection (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  34. Anna Karenina (Director: Joe Wright)
  35. Any Day Now (Director: Travis Fine)
  36. Apartment 1303 3D (Director: Michael Taverna)
  37. Arbitrage (Director: Nicholas Jarecki)
  38. Argo (Director: Ben Affleck)
  39. Armynel (Director: Lance Dumais)
  40. Arthur Newman (Director: Dante Ariola)
  41. Assassin’s Bullet (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  42. At Any Price (Director: Ramin Bahrani)
  43. Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader (Director: Kevin O’Neill)
  44. August. Eighth (Director: Dzhanik Fayziev)
  45. Axed (Director: Ryan Lee Driscoll)
  46. Bachelorette (Director: Leslye Headland)
  47. Bad Ass (Director: Craig Moss)
  48. Bad Blood (Director: Conrad Janis)
  49. Bad Karma (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  50. Bad Kids Go To Hell (Director: Matthew Spradlin)
  51. Bait (Director: Kimble Rendall)
  52. Battle Force (Director: Scott Martin)
  53. Barrio Tales (Director: Jarrett Tarnol)
  54. Becoming Redwood (Director: Jesse James Miller)
  55. Being Flynn (Director: Paul Weitz)
  56. Bel Ami (Directors: Declan Donnellan + Nick Ormerod)
  57. Between Us (Director: Dan Mirvish)
  58. Beyond Outrage (Director: Takeshi Kitano)
  59. Beyond The Trophy (Director: Daniel J. Gillin)
  60. Bigfoot County (Director: Stephon Stewart)
  61. Bindlestiffs (Director: Andrew Edison)
  62. Birds Of A Feather (Director: Curtis Franklin)
  63. Black Box (Director: Matthew Schilling)
  64. Black Rock (Director: Katie Aselton)
  65. Black’s Game (Director: Óskar Thór Axelsson)
  66. Blood Money (Director: Gregory McQualter)
  67. Bloodwork (Director: Eric Wostenberg)
  68. Book Of 1000 Deaths (Directors: Andretti Dante + Shavsha Israel)
  69. Border Run (Director: Gabriela Tagliavini)
  70. Born Wild (Director Dustin Rikert)
  71. Brake (Director: Gabe Torres)
  72. Branded (Directors: Jamie Bradshaw + Alexander Dulerayn)
  73. Brawl (Directors: Julaluck Ismalone + David Ismalone)
  74. Breaking Wind (Director: Craig Moss)
  75. Breathless (Director: Jesse Baget)
  76. Bro' (Director: Nick Parada)
  77. Broken Faith (Directors: Ricki Holmes + Danny Rogers)
  78. Bullet To The Head (Director: Walter Hill)
  79. Butcher Boys (Directors: Duane Graves + Justine Meeks)
  80. Byzantium (Director: Neil Jordan)
  81. C’mon Man (Director: Kenny Young)
  82. Capital (Director: Costa-Gavras)
  83. Casa de mi Padre (Director: Matt Piedmont)
  84. Celeste & Jesse Forever (Director: Lee Toland Krieger)
  85. Chained (Director: Jennifer Lynch)
  86. Changing The Game (Director: Rel Dowdell)
  87. Chernobyl Diaries (Director: Bradley Parker)
  88. Children Of Sorrow (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  89. Citadel (Director: Ciarán Foy)
  90. Cloud Atlas (Directors: Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski + Lilly Wachowski)
  91. Cold War (Directors: Lok Man Leung + Kim-Ching Luk)
  92. Come Out And Play (Director: Makinov)
  93. Compliance (Director: Craig Zobel)
  94. Contraband (Director: Baltasar Kormákur)
  95. Cosmopolis (Director: David Cronenberg)
  96. Crew 2 Crew (Director: Mark Bacci)
  97. Critical Decisions (Directors: Carl June + Louis Libran)
  98. Crowsnest (Director: Brenton Spencer)
  99. Dark Tourist (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  100. Dawn Rider (Director: Terry Miles)
  101. Dead Before Dawn 3D (Director: April Mullen)
  102. Deadfall (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  103. Disconnect (Director: Henry Alex Rubin)
  104. Django Unchained (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  105. Doc. 33 (Director: Giacomo Gabrielli)
  106. Dragon Eyes (Director: John Hyams)
  107. Dredd (Director: Pete Travis)
  108. Drug War (Director: Johnnie To)
  109. Easy Rider II: The Ride Home (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  110. Eden (Director: Megan Griffiths)
  111. El Gringo (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  112. Electrick Children (Director: Rebecca Thomas)
  113. Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter (Director: Ryan Andrews)
  114. End Roll (Directors: Giacomo Gabrielli + Daniele Misischia)
  115. End Of Watch (Director: David Ayer)
  116. Erased (Director: Philipp Stölzl)
  117. Everybody Has A Plan (Director: Ana Piterbarg)
  118. Extraction (Director: Nir Paniry)
  119. FDR: American Badass! (Director: Garrett Brawith)
  120. Farewell, My Queen (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  121. Fat Kid Rules The World (Director: Matthew Lillard)
  122. Filly Brown (Directors: Youssef Delara + Michael D. Olmos)
  123. Fire With Fire (Director: David Barrett)
  124. Flight (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  125. For Greater Glory: The True Story Of Cristiada (Director: Dean Wright)
  126. For A Good Time, Call... (Director: Jamie Travis)
  127. For The Love Of Money (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  128. Four (Director: Joshua Sanchez)
  129. Frances Ha (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  130. Freaky Deaky (Director: Charles Matthau)
  131. Free Samples (Director: Jay Gammill)
  132. Freelancers (Director: Jessy Terrero)
  133. Freeloaders (Director: Dan Rosen)
  134. Funeral Kings (Directors: Kevin McManus + Matthew McManus)
  135. Gallowwalkers (Director: Andrew Goth)
  136. Generation Um... (Director: Mark Mann)
  137. Get The Gringo (Director: Adrian Grunberg)
  138. Ghost Graduation (Director: Javier Ruiz Caldera)
  139. Girls Against Boys (Director: Austin Chick)
  140. Girls Gone Dead (Directors: Michael Hoffman, Jr. + Aaron T. Wells)
  141. Goats (Director: Christopher Neil)
  142. Grassroots (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  143. Greystone Park (Director: Sean Stone)
  144. Heathens And Thieves (Director: Megan Peterson + John Douglas Sinclair)
  145. Hellbenders (Director: J.T. Petty)
  146. Hello I Must Be Going (Director: Todd Louiso)
  147. Highway (Director: Coke Daniels)
  148. Hijacked (Director: Brandon Nutt)
  149. Hirokin: The Last Samurai (Director: Alejo Mo-Sun)
  150. Hit And Run (Directors: David Palmer + Dax Shepard)
  151. Hold Your Breath (Director: Jared Cohn)
  152. House Arrest (Director: William Washington)
  153. Hyde Park On Hudson (Director: Roger Michell)
  154. If I Were You (Director: Joan Carr-Wiggin)
  155. In The Hive (Director: Robert Townsend)
  156. In The House (Director: François Ozon)
  157. Inch-Allah (Director: Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette)
  158. Inescapable (Director: Ruba Nadda)
  159. Infected (Director: Glenn Ciano)
  160. Inhuman Resources (Director: Daniel Krige)
  161. Into The White (Director: Petter Næss)
  162. Iron Sky (Director: Timo Vuorensola)
  163. It’s A Disaster (Director: Todd Berger)
  164. Jack & Diane (Director: Bradley Rust Gray)
  165. Jannat II (Director: Kunal Deshmukh)
  166. Jayne Mansfield’s Car (Director: Billy Bob Thornton)
  167. John Dies At The End (Director: Don Coscarelli)
  168. Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  169. Just Like A Woman (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  170. Killed Mr. Killer (Director: Ron Sauer)
  171. Killing Them Softly (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  172. Kiss Of The Damned (Director: Xan Cassavetes)
  173. Knife Fight (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  174. Knights Of Malice (Director: Mickey Reece)
  175. LUV (Director: Sheldon Candis)
  176. Lawless (Director: John Hillcoat)
  177. Lay The Favorite (Director: Stephen Frears)
  178. Least Among Saints (Director: Martin Papazian)
  179. Life’s A Beach (Director: Tony Vitale)
  180. Lola Versus (Director: Daryl Wein)
  181. Looper (Director: Rian Johnson)
  182. Lord Of Darkness (Director: Ricky Wood)
  183. Love Is All You Need (Director: Susanne Bier)
  184. Love Sick Love (Director: Christian Charles)
  185. Love Written In Blood (Director: undisclosed)
  186. Mac & Devin Go To High School (Director: Dylan C. Brown)
  187. Mafia (Director: Ryan Combs)
  188. Magic Mike (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  189. Man From Shaolin (Directors: Peng Zhang Li + R.T. Wong)
  190. Mancation (Director: Frank Vain)
  191. Maximum Conviction (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  192. Meeting Evil (Director: Chris Fisher)
  193. Memorial Day (Director: Samuel Fischer)
  194. Men In Black III (Director: Barry Sonnenfeld)
  195. Middle Of Nowhere (Director: Ava Duvernay)
  196. Mighty Fine (Director: Debbie Goodstein)
  197. Money Fight (Directors: Adam Boster + Kenneth Chamitoff)
  198. Money Shot (Director: Bill McAdams, Jr.)
  199. Motorway (Director: Pou-Soi Cheang)
  200. Nature Calls (Director: Todd Rohal)
  201. Night Of The Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (Director: Jeff Broadstreet)
  202. Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection (Director: James Plumb)
  203. Nightmare Fuel (Director: Russel Parks)
  204. No (Director: Pablo Larraín)
  205. No One Lives (Director: Ryûhei Kitamura)
  206. No Vacancy (Director: Chris Stokes)
  207. Nobody Walks (Director: Ry Russo-Young)
  208. Noobz (Director: Blake Freeman)
  209. Not Fade Away (Director: David Chase)
  210. Not Suitable For Children (Director: Peter Templeman)
  211. On The Other Side Of The Tracks (Director: David Charhon)
  212. On The Road (Director: Walter Salles)
  213. One In The Chamber (Director: William Kaufman)
  214. Overnight (Director: Valerie Breiman)
  215. Paranormal Activity IV (Director: Henry Joost + Ariel Schulman)
  216. Parasitic (Director: Tim Martin)
  217. Passion (Director: Brian De Palma)
  218. Paulette (Director: Jérôme Enrico)
  219. Picture Day (Director: Kate Melville)
  220. Piranha 3DD (Director: John Gulager)
  221. Playback (Director: Michael A. Nickles)
  222. Populaire (Director: Régis Roinsard)
  223. Project X (Director: Nima Nourizadeh)
  224. Prometheus (Director: Ridley Scott)
  225. Promised Land (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  226. Pusher (Director: Luis Prieto)
  227. Raaz III: The Third Dimension (Director: Vikram Bhatt)
  228. Reality (Director: Matteo Garrone)
  229. [rec.] III: Genesis (Director: Paco Plaza)
  230. Red Hook Summer (Director: Spike Lee)
  231. Red Lights (Director: Rodrigo Cortés)
  232. Renoir (Director: Gilles Bourdos)
  233. Resident Evil: Damnation (Directors: Makoto Kamiya + Toyoshi Minamino)
  234. Resident Evil: Retribution (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  235. Revenge For Jolly! (Director: Chadd Harbold)
  236. Rites Of Passage (Director: W. Peter Iliff)
  237. Ritual (Director: Joko Anwar)
  238. Robin Hood: Ghosts Of Sherwood (Director: Oliver Krekel)
  239. Rogue River (Director: Jourdan McClure)
  240. Room 13 (Pt. II) (Director: Hunter Goligoski)
  241. Ruby Sparks (Directors: Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris)
  242. Rust And Bone (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  243. Safe (Director: Boaz Yakin)
  244. Safe House (Director: Daniel Espinosa)
  245. Safety Not Guaranteed (Director: Colin Trevorrow)
  246. Sassy Pants (Director: Coley Sohn)
  247. Saturday Morning Mystery (Director: Spencer Parsons)
  248. Savages (Director: Oliver Stone)
  249. Save The Date (Director: Michael Mohan)
  250. Scary Or Die (Directors: Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel + Igor Meglic)
  251. Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World (Director: Lorene Scafaria)
  252. Seven Psychopaths (Director: Martin McDonagh)
  253. Shadow Dancer (Director: James Marsh)
  254. Silver Linings Playbook (Director: David O. Russell)
  255. Sin Reaper 3D (Director: Sebastian Bartolitius)
  256. Sinister (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  257. Slumber Party Slaughter (Director: Rebekah Chaney)
  258. Small Apartments (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  259. Smashed (Director: James Ponsoldt)
  260. Smiley (Director: Michael J. Gallagher)
  261. Soldiers Of Fortune (Director: Maxim Korostyshevsky)
  262. Sorority Party Massacre (Directors: Chris W. Freeman + Justin Jones)
  263. South Of Sanity (Directors: Mathew Edwards + Kirk Watson)
  264. Spring Breakers (Director: Harmony Korine)
  265. Stand Up Guys (Director: Fisher Stevens)
  266. Starship Troopers: Invasion (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  267. Stash House (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  268. Stitches (Director: Conor McMahon)
  269. Stolen (Director: Simon West)
  270. Storage 24 (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  271. Stories Of The Paranormal: It Came In The Night (Director: Kelly Weaver)
  272. Strange, Stranger (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  273. Stuck In Love (Director: Josh Boone)
  274. Sushi Girl (Director: Kern Saxton)
  275. Ted (Director: Seth MacFarlane)
  276. Thanks For Sharing (Director: Stuart Blumberg)
  277. That’s My Boy (Director: Sean Anders)
  278. That’s What She Said (Director: Carrie Preston)
  279. The 49th Line (Director: Drew O’Kane)
  280. The Aggression Scale (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  281. The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse (Director: Justin Paul Ritter)
  282. The Artist And The Model (Director: Fernando Trueba)
  283. The Attack (Director: Ziad Doueiri)
  284. The Babymakers (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  285. The Barrens (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  286. The Bay (Director: Barry Levinson)
  287. The Baytown Outlaws (Director: Barry Battles)
  288. The Brass Teapot (Director: Ramaa Mosley)
  289. The Cabin In The Woods (Director: Drew Goddard)
  290. The Campaign (Director: Jay Roach)
  291. The Collection (Director: Marcus Dunstan)
  292. The Color Of Time (Directors: Edna Luise Biesold, Sarah-Violet Bliss, Gabrielle Demeestere, Alexis Gambis, Brooke Goldfinch, Shripriya Mahesh, Pamela Romanowsky, Bruce Thierry Cheung, Tine Thomasen, Virginia Urreiztieta + Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo)
  293. The Company You Keep (Director: Robert Redford)
  294. The Courier (Director: Hany Abu-Assad)
  295. The Darkening (Director: Jack L. Young)
  296. The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683 (Director: Renzo Martinelli)
  297. The Devil Inside (Director: William Brent Bell)
  298. The Dictator (Director: Larry Charles)
  299. The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (Directors: Jay Duplass + Mark Duplass)
  300. The Doorway (Director: Chase Smith)
  301. The Expendables (Director: Simon West)
  302. The Factory (Director: Morgan O’Neill)
  303. The Five-Year Engagement (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  304. The Gangster (Director: Kongkiat Khomsiri)
  305. The Ghostmaker (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  306. The Girl From The Naked Eye (Director: David Ren)
  307. The Guillotines (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  308. The Hunger Games (Director: Gary Ross)
  309. The Hunt (Director: Thomas Vinterberg)
  310. The Iceman (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  311. The King Of Najayo (Director: Fernando Baez Mella)
  312. The Kitchen (Director: Ishai Setton)
  313. The Legend Of Black Annie (Directors: Terrence Flack + Shane Woodson)
  314. The Lesser Blessed (Director: Anita Doron)
  315. The Letter (Director: Jay Anania)
  316. The Liability (Director: Craig Viveiros)
  317. The Lords Of Salem (Director: Rob Zombie)
  318. The Man With The Iron Fists (Director: RZA)
  319. The Master (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  320. The Mooring (Director: Glenn Withrow)
  321. The Motel Life (Directors: Alan Polsky + Gabe Polsky)
  322. The Newest Pledge (Director: Jason Michael Brescia)
  323. The Pact (Director: Nicholas McCarthy)
  324. The Paperboy (Director: Lee Daniels)
  325. The Patience Stone (Director: Atiq Rahimi)
  326. The Philly Kid (Director: Jason Connery)
  327. The Place Beyond The Pines (Director: Derek Cianfrance)
  328. The Players (Directors: Emmanuelle Bercot, Fred Cavayé, Alexandre Courtès, Jean Dujardin, Michel Hazanavicius, Jan Kounen, Eric Lartigau, Gilles Lellouche
  329. The Raven (Director: James McTeigue)
  330. The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Director: Mira Nair)
  331. The Rise & Fall Of A White Collar Hooligan (Director: Paul Tanter)
  332. The Samaritan (Director: David Weaver)
  333. The Sessions (Director: Ben Lewin)
  334. The Sweeney (Director: Nick Love)
  335. The Tall Man (Director: Pascal Laugier)
  336. The Thompsons (Directors: Mitchell Altieri + Phil Flores)
  337. The Watch (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  338. The Watermen (Director: Matt L. Lockhart)
  339. This Is 40 (Director: Judd Apatow)
  340. This Means War (Director: McG)
  341. Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie (Directors: Tim Heidecker + Eric Wareheim)
  342. To Rome With Love (Director: Woody Allen)
  343. To The Wonder (Director: Terrence Malick)
  344. Twice Born (Director: Sergio Castellitto)
  345. Ultrasonic (Director: Rohit Colin Rao)
  346. Under The Bed (Director: Steven C. Miller)
  347. Underworld: Awakening (Directors: Måns Mårlind + Björn Stein )
  348. Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning (Director: John Hyams)
  349. V/H/S (Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, David Bruckner, Tyler Gillett, Justin Martinez, Glenn McQuaid, Radio Silence, Joe Swanberg, Chad Villella, Ti West + Adam Wingard)
  350. Wanderlust (Director: David Wain)
  351. We The Party (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  352. What Maisie Knew (Director: Scott McGehee + David Siegel)
  353. Why Stop Now? (Director: Phil Dorling + Ron Nyswaner)
  354. Wish You Were Here (Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith)
  355. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Kills You (Director: Michael A. Pinckney)
  356. Zero Dark Thirty (Director: Kathryn Bigelow)
  357. Zombies vs. Strippers (Director: Alex Nicolaou)
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2017.06.04 12:31 Icaruskairos WEEK 1 RESULTS

We apologize for the wait. A personal emergency came up with one of the judges, so we were not able to get all the information together on time. From now on the post will go up on time regardless of what everyone has submitted, and missing info will be edited in later.
To begin, please welcome our panel of judges
Representing the Chinese Zodiac this week
Chloe in the Afternoon as the sheep.
Synethesia Overdose as the tiger.
Makanani Drive as the rat.
Now let’s get to judging!
If I call your name, please step forward.
Van De Lies
Sally Spellman
If I have called your name…. Your scores have qualified to go on to the next challenge. You are all safe.
The rest of you represent the best, and worst of the week.
Mai Lady
Maybells: This look is probably one of my favourites this week, i like that you took the crab and didnt come out in a crab suit. Which may have been hilarious but not very inventive but this is inventinve. I feel like i could play you in an rpg happily but it still reads fashion. I am a little weary of the swords just because i dont know what you plan to do with the other girls but i like that you took the cancer symbol and used in a subtle way. For you i think you just need to work on polish and finish, there are a couple of rougher places where a neater look would have just helped make it super wow
Chloe in the Afternoon: One of the more unique looks on the runway this evening for sure. She sorta tells this story of a crustacean-dynasty warrior-princess. You’ve put a lot of detail work into the garment, particularly in how it is constructed and how it would stay together. The shoes are crazy and a creative way to incorporate the claw imagery. You were also able to emulate cancer without being in your face like “I’M A CRAB!!!!” I do think she looks a bit too much like a video game character. Like I’m ready to main her soul caliber. She could probably do without the swords and greaves. Another thing to note, this image could be cleaned up far more. It doesn’t really have that crisp of image quality. Great work though. Definitely a very creative concept. I would just be careful to not cross into video game character every week.
Synethesia Overdose: This is a great look from you! I love that you incorporated your symbol in a way that wasn’t too obvious. I like that you used it as part of your props instead of just pasted onto your look somewhere. There is so much about this look that is really inventive that I love. All the plated armor-like garments are really cool, and they scream “crab” while still being very high fashion. Those boots are sickening (even if they’d be impossible to walk in, but I’ll overlook that), and I like the eye makeup as well. I do feel that this could have been a bit more carefully rendered because I’ve seen cleaner work from you, but overall it’s really good. I would like to see some white balancing and color correction though because I think it would do your look a lot more justice.
Makanani Drive: Your look is definitely one of the most Well constructed looks of the night. I loved how you translated different parts of the crab into your armor, like the crab body helmet with the feelers coming off the sides. I could take one look at your outfit and immediately tell that you're supposed to Cancer. Your biggest issue here I feel is the rendering. I think you need to work on your face; your features are a little too small, and the way you colored your face makes it look gray and muddled. Try play with face shapes I'd suggest using a photo editing software (GIMP is a good free one) to remove the shadows surrounding your look; it's a simple fix that will make your looks much sharper and cleaner looking :)
MAY: Rss, i have a love hate relationship with this look and im kind of torn on even having to critique you. I get the idea, and i love that you didnt take it to a sort of mermaid gown, half furry half mermaid thing and you actually looked into the sign and thought about it. This treetrunk, nature flower dress is pretty. I think it is a little busy and it needed some time in editting, how you've drawn the flowers and the ...mossy ...bit with the swirls and scribble shape isnt a bad choice but on top of all the other shapes and patterns everything becomes a bit much. What has happened is your concept has gotten lost in translation a little. Going on just take a step back and think is this too busy? and then erase something.
CLO: First off. The rendering doesn’t do much to accurately depict the design. I like that you didn’t make it a fish goat look. And you took this sort of mermaid/wood nymph approach. But the actual craftsmanship just doesn’t do enough to sell your look. I like that you did a gown, and a mermaid one on that. The flowers were a cute idea. But the actual texture of the garment is a big ‘wat’. I assume it’s a sort of wood near her bodice. As it goes down though, it sort of turns into a combination of squiggles. Particularly in the yellow area. I’m not entirely sure what that is supposed to be. I’m into the whole masked face thing and horns, but they aren’t really shaded well enough to read as real bones. The symbol on the stomach is completely superfluous as well. Id aim on working on execution, because the ideas are there.
SO: I don’t think this is a bad look, but I do feel you could have gone further with it. My favorite part is easily the mask and headdress. I like that through the mask, the horns were elevated to something a bit more fashionable, rather than just being pasted on her head. I also really like that you did some research about your sign rather than picking the obvious, and I think the concept of a goat-mermaid was clever and original. However, I felt that the execution of the concept was a bit underwhelming. The silhouette is really basic, and though I have absolutely nothing against the classics, I don’t think it was a polished enough look to pull it off. The textiles look a bit strange to me, and despite being a drawing, it almost reads as not being constructed very well with some of its rough edges. I especially don’t like the symbol just pasted on the middle of the dress. I think this would have been a better look if you had let the design speak for itself.
MD: There's actually a lot that I like about this look, but it's buried under a lot of unnecessary details. The dress is beautiful! I love the earthy tones and the texture, it makes you look like a nature goddess. It's the flowers and little squiggly vines that bother me; they're placed kinda randomly and just look kind of messy. I like the goat skull mask, but the cell shading seems a little too simple next to your richly textured dress. Don't make the mistake of over accessorizing, sometimes simple is better.
Miyu Moon
MAY: Ultra, this look is adoreable.Its a fun take on a somewhat basic sign, pisces the twin fish. But you got all the imagery in there and were creative with it. The pig tails are by far my favourite thing, they are super cute and work really effectively. The pattern on the kimono is will made and the well the whole thing just works well together. I dont know if you own any coloured liner pens? but if you do i would explore those because on the lightest parts and sheer parts of the look a not black line would really elevate it. Im definitely interested in what you'll do next week.
CLO: Love it. The rendering, as always, is great. The idea is adorable as well. She’s giving me like ‘sushi-senshi at a music festival’. I love that you created a print with the ukiyo-e fish and waves. The sheer bow and sleeves also add to that ephemeral fish aesthetic. The winner is that weave though. Those pigtails are ingenious and hysterical. As is coming out with sushi. How… on brand. The shoes are cute, although they feel a bit more like 60’s go-go then sushi geisha. My only qualm is on Miyu’s left shoulder, I feel like the blue kimono should show up a bit to the right of her hair. It gives her shoulder there a weird perspective to me. Otherwise, love it!
SO: This is cute af and it’s probably my favorite look of the week. First of all, the rendering is great which I think was important in showing the fabric you used. The fish fabric you designed is super cute, and I love the sheer orange ombre fabric. My favorite thing about this look is easily the hair. The fish pigtails are so cute and creative. Your use of details is fantastic, from the chopsticks in your hair, to the plate of sushi, to the star cutouts in your shoes. I love the personality of this look; as an actual Pisces, this is something I would definitely wear and this is a great personification of the Pisces attitude. Well done.
MD: I will admit, I wasn't a huge fan of this look upon first glance; the sleeves and the bow on the kimono being made of the same sheer fabric made it kind of difficult to make out what was what. The more I looked at this though, the more nice details I noticed. The kimono fabric was beautifully detailed, and your hair is AMAZING. It's giving me shrimp tempura realness. Think the sushi is perfect and on-brand, but just make sure your Japanese theme doesn't become a gimmick, continue to find creative and inventive ways to infuse Japanese culture into your looks :)
MAY: So, its safe to say you can colour with colour pencils. I think what brings you to the bottom this weak is not so much your art itself but the concept. Nothing about this look screams gemini, in fact this outfit could be for ...nearly anything. Yes geminis is about duality but you went with the most obvious route, theres nothing original here. Theres nothing particularly fashiony either, the angel wing looks like leaves and if you wanted that victorias secret angel look they mostly use circle sort of shaped wings, like the carnival ones. Like i said though you can clearly use colour pencils and i completely prefer the finish and rendering on this to your promo look its a big step up.
CLO: Right off the bat. It is very simple. The majority of your garment consists of a leotard with peplums, and a pair of wings. I feel this idea is a bit…cliché? It seems to be the first concept for Gemini, just go for angel vs devil. I figure any design for Gemini is going to be a half and half look, it makes sense to. This just feels so ‘in the box’ for a concept. You’ve done great detail work in the wings. I feel that detail work could have been utilized maybe in a gown, or some sort of feathered something on her body. Because it essentially is a bathing suit. Props for your hands and rendering. Although the eyes are throwing me off. I get it’s like, two mugs. But her red iris is essentially larger than her blue iris, and a bit too high to look natural. You’ve clearly got the illustration skills, it’s just a matter of being more in depth with design and garment construction.
SO: Ooh girl. I see what you were going for here, but I have some real issues with this. It’s cool that you thought about the personality traits of your sign, but I feel that you went the most cliché route with it. Angel vs. devil is already pretty cliché, and the half and half look split down the middle is even more so. The angel side is really predictable and kind of dated. I do like the devil side better. The bodice is neat, and the boots are cool too. I wish that if you had had to do angel vs. devil that you had just gone the route of a dark angel instead? I won’t deny that there are some good pieces here, and the rendering of this look is pretty good, but I just find the concept to be very plain and predictable.
MD: While I will say that this look is beautifully drawn (the gradient on the devil wing is gorgeous), I feel like you could've pushed this angel devil concept SO much farther. With a half/half look, I think you can really take each side to the extreme; I think your look could've benefitted from a drastic change in styling, like hair or skin color, between the two sides. Take Todrick Hall’s “Low” look for example. Though both sides have similar features, you can clearly see there is a good side and an evil side. I think you had a good start to a look, you just needed that extra umph to push your look past basic.
Cult Baby
MAY: MMM this look. I dont really even know what to say about it. It screams that you ran out of time and barely even tried. Aquarius is the water bearer zodiac, and you've given us some ...bad mermaid look. that isnt even a mermaid really. For me its just not the zodiac, you've added the symbols in an attempt to tie it closer? but its just messy. The frabic doesnt read like fabric its gloopy and blobby. It just feels like a low effort basic concept with an even worse execution. Im not impressed.
CLO: She’s elegant and high fashion. Hauntingly enchanting. The garment and some of the details don’t do it justice though. It seems more detail was paid in the waist up, and the hips down just appears as draped bolts of fabric. My favorite part is the blue spiral bralette she has on. I imagine if the entire garment were made in that style, to emulate waves and shells, it could have been breathtaking. I’m not sure why the planetary signs on her body, particularly the Uranus on her neck. I assume it is associated with aquarius? The concept for the makeup is there, but it feels a bit lacking. She has no lashes on her eyes, and I’m not sure why the crying pink. It almost makes her like this crying/cracking Grecian statue type thing. Especially with the hair. I feel more time needs to be spent on the rendering though.
SO: Sorry, but I’m really not a fan of this. It feels really low-effort in comparison to the other looks we’ve seen. I like the bralette and the ruffle sleeve, but that’s about it. I really don’t like the makeup. The pink eyeliner and tears are not doing it for me, and I really dislike the symbols just painted on your body like that. Like I’ve said to other contestants who have done similar things with symbols: let the look speak for itself. There’s no need to plaster symbols all over your body, and if you’re going to do it, do it more subtly like you did with the shoes. I also find the choice of styling for your hair to be strange. It looks rather dated to me. The skirt is the worst bit in my opinion. It’s shapeless and it doesn’t make sense as a 3D garment. Fabric doesn’t drape like that in real life, and why do you have one of the pieces hanging lower than the other? It just looks sloppy, and the rendering really doesn’t help.
MD: I like parts of this look; the bra and the surrounding ruffles are probably the strongest part, but overall, I feel like your look comes of as a little messy. The bottom of your dress is just a few strips, of fabric, and the way they're draped looks kinda clunky. I would have taken the ruffles from the bra and made a full dress from them. The gray pink face is interesting, but the veins on the face were a little distracting. Overall you have nice pieces, but it comes together a little haphazardly
Malaria E. Coli
MAY: I find this look to be good, but kind of safe. Im not wowed by it but i appreciate its unique take on leo. It is clearly a leo so i think you could have forgone the symbol on the head, we can see it is a lion. I do like the symbol in the shoes that is cute. I very much enjoy that you kept a very masucline air to this whole look, the beard, thebody its all very strong and even in that dress malaria is clearly king of the savaanah. I think of the other top 3 looks this is the most glamourous, clearly, i could see this walking a runway with ease. Clearly i have mixed feelings, i like this look. its solid and teres no real flaws for me its just. is what it is? its a dress and big hair. What you need to show us is that you can do details and can do more complicated looks and this is not to say that simple is bad, you have the art of simple greatness down but i want to see you do more.
CLO: As crisp as always. I appreciate the fact that you went with a white lion and not the traditional tan colors. For the garment, you’ve got an interesting textile, and you created a very graphic fur boa. I’m not a fan of the cut of the dress though. There doesn’t seem to be any fitting to her body in the upper half of the garment. It’s almost as if it was a regular dress, just with the chest cut out. The chest and leg hair I can get into, but the chin is giving me a little bit of Nina Bonina Brown vs Aja. The hair is fab. Although I think the giant leo sign is totally asuperfluous, it’s definitely a lion. Much more ingenious, how you incorporated it in the shoe.
SO: This is a nice, solid look. I like that you went for a really simple color palette of white, blue, and silver. It works well for this concept. My least favorite part of the look is definitely the Leo symbol on your head. Your look is clearly Leo, so let it speak for itself without literally having a big sign on her forehead. On the other hand, I love the way you incorporated the symbol into your shoes. To me that is a lot more subtle and fashionable. Anyways, I like your makeup and how you went with a sort of spikiness in the fur instead of a typical soft, smooth look. It works well for the whole character of this piece. I would have liked to see something a bit more inventive for the dress. The cut is a little strange to me. I think the neckline goes too low for having such a high slit in the leg, and I think the garment itself is overshadowed by your accessories and makeup. Still, I think you chose an interesting interpretation and I enjoyed it.
MD: “You're perfect, you're beautiful, you look like Linda Evangelista…” Your style itself is very clean and polished, and is probably what makes this look stand out. That being said though, I think the look itself, aside from the hair everywhere, is kind of basic. I would have taken the boa and made it into a big fur coat, something more dramatic! I also would've gotten rid of the big Leo symbol on your forehead, it's distracting. I think you have a strong look here (love a queen with hairy legs :P) but I think you need to take it further and give us something other than a dress/leotard with a low cut collar.
The judges have made some decisions.
Malaria E. Coli. The judges aren’t lion. You were a queen of the pride tonight…. You’re safe!
Mai Lady. Tonight you proved you aren’t just a prawn in the game. And you had the judges crabtivated…
Miyu Moon. You served up fish tonight on the runway, and the judges won’t be koi about it.
Miyu Moon, condragulations! You are the winner of this week’s challenge!
Mai Lady, that means you are safe.
Safira. The split personality you were serving on the runway left us with mixed signals... I’m sorry my dear but you are up for elimination.
Sulphur. You gave us a dress adorned in flowers. But you came up smelling like….well, sulphur….
Cult Baby. You dove deep into the waters for your inspiration this week. Sadly, you never resurfaced for air.
Sulphur… You’re safe. That means Cult Baby, you are up for elimination.
Two queens stand before us. Tonight you were asked to draw a lip sync look to Age of Aquarius from Hair. Since neither of you have provided a lip sync look, you will be judged on your main challenge look.
Safira. Shantay you stay.
Cult Baby, I’m sorry we did not drink the koolaid. Now sashay away.
Eleven Queens Remain
Week 2’s theme is ‘The Drag Patisserie’
Create a look inspired by any decadent French tart, cake, pastry, or bake. Sweet bakes only.
The lip sync will be:
Milkshake by Kelis
The looks will be due Saturday June 10th at 10pm BST (5PM EST)
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