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peter day 🧸

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Filmmaker/Actor … hopefully

the emoji movie gives me 
such confidence in my screenplays 
being made

Favorite films

  • Trainspotting
  • In Bruges
  • The Big Lebowski
  • Blade Runner

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  • Captain Fantastic

    ★★★★

  • Juno

    ★★★★½

  • The Squid and the Whale

    ★★★★

  • Gone Girl

    ★★★★½

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  • T2 Trainspotting

    T2 Trainspotting

    ★★★★★

    spud FUCK OFF quit making me cry. 

    20 years later and these characters still present what troubled them all those decades ago. Begbie, although still a fuckwit, is angered by his past, unable to let go of the betrayal that was presented to him. Sick Boy, or rather matured now to Simon, is more or less still living in that past, bleaching his hair and depending on copious amounts of hard drugs to simply
    make a day pass by. Spud…

  • Trainspotting

    Trainspotting

    ★★★★★

    growing up in suburban Australia, the depraved world that Danny Boyle presents is something extremely foreign to me. 
    With this, to the needle drop of Lust for Life by Iggy Pop, the fast paced, fucked up world of Endinburgh, Scotland is introduced with characters Mark Renton and his lanky, kermit the frog built mate Spud running from a chase.
    It’s ironic that Renton is introduced to us through running from something, as the entire films runtime he spends it running…

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  • Captain Fantastic

    Captain Fantastic

    ★★★★

    viggo is a powerhouse

  • Juno

    Juno

    ★★★★½

    juno is so fucking cool

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  • Barbie

    Barbie

    ★★★★

    shout out to the middle aged dad who went and yelled at the 13 year olds being fucking annoying up the front of the theatre

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

    ★★★★★

    “We’ll I’m the only one here” 

    Scorsese’s classic thriller tells an amazing narrative on the virus that is loneliness, and how self-persuasion and justification are the only vices in such a state. The performances from De Niro and Foster really bring home what the film is putting forward, and for a little under 50 years, the film has not aged a day.