Another Film I want to share is The Darjeeling Limited...it seems like I really have a thing about adventurous movies that take place in different countries...I don't know Its just my thing. recently(like last Saturday) this movie came on tv, and I've always wanted to see it but I never catch movies when they come out I just wait for them to come on cable (lol cheapskate) but yes this is a movie about 3 brothers who haven't seen each other in a year and meet up on a train that travels through India (ahh I love and wish to visit that country one day is my DREAM) On the way to visit their mom ahhhhhh just read about this movie here lol I'm too lazy to write it all out sorry!
By the way the Indian actor/Jewelry designer in this photo Waris Ahluwalia, he was recently featured in this month(January 2009) Issue of ELLE Magazine(US) hes a jewelery designer! His label is called House of Waris and I must so myself he creates beautiful pieces! things that I love and you might also as well check him out on pg.54! GO GET THE MAGAZINE!
Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman some of my favorite actors that I love! Especially that Jason Schwartzman so cute in this movie, I don't know why I find him so attractive in this movie he reminds me of a cheezy 70s porn star...but blahhhh thats besides the point!
Directed by Wes Anderson I like his style in directing, I like that his work(films) are very vibrant and colorful, also the way that in the movie The Darjeeling Limited I like the cuts he made in the movie the angles, the zoom. The style of his filming is going to be his legacy. Just like how when you watch a Spike Lee Film you know who directed it. Even the names of his films for instance The Royal Tenenbaums staring such stars as Ben Stiller and Gwyneth Paltrow just to name a few, the titles of the movies he makes are not common you know like how sometimes you can confuse 2 or 3 differnt types of movies just because they have similar titles. Well with Wes Anderson and with his films are always going to be remembered.
(photos belong to Twelve Century Fox/wikipedia/flickr)