Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Hold on.... Are you sure?

Did I read this article correctly? How early can I buy tickets? And do the concerns raised at the end of the excerpt even matter? The article is by Carson Reeves, whoever that is...

Black Swan

Genre: Psychological (Supernatural?) Thriller
Premise: A ballerina competes against a rival dancer who may or may not be another version of herself.
About: Black Swan will star drool-worthy starlets Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis and is being helmed by visionary director Darren Aronofsky. Aronofsky originally tried to set up the project in 2007 but Universal put it in turnaround. Thanks to "The Wrestler" doing so well though, Portman twirled onto the project a couple of months ago and everything's been full steam ahead since.
Writer: Mark Heyman (original script by John McLaughlin)

Details: 131 pages - March 25, 2009 draft.Can I just tell you why none of my review matters? Can I just tell you why my review is absolutely pointless?

Because in this movie, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis have sex.

Yeah. You read that right. And not just nice sweet innocent sex either. We're talking ecstasy-induced hungry aggressive angry sex. Yeah so...this movie is already on the must-see list of 2010. But how good is it? Does the story that surrounds the sex disappoint or excel?

5 comments:

Anamika said...

Sounds like a guys answer to Brokeback Mountain...

diane said...

Mila is normally hot, but did you see her in Max Payne? She looked awful in that movie - almost cartoonish. Weird.
Glad you have something to look forward to watching next year, Homie.

Homer said...

Max Payne was a crapfest... and she did look terrible in most of it. Aronofsky is a strange director though, so it sounds good, but will probably be very strange.

The Vanny Bunch said...

I can't believe Mila has been giving it to Mcauley Caulken (SP) since 2002!

Nay said...

Vanny, She should get that tattoed on her placemat. (Yeah, I'm calling it a placemat... I'm not sure where it came from, but I'm running with it.)