Wes Anderson, Rushmore, 1998
The funniest thing I’ve seen in a while.
Lianne La Havas by Damon Baker
"Time to die."
Kid Cudi - SATALITE FLIGHT - mini review
I didn’t even know he had a new album out till yesterday! I listened to it and I liked it. But I didn’t love it. “Too bad I have to destroy you now” and “The original score” are the only two tracks that really gave me chills. His voice is the coolest thing, man. Also, “troubled boy” made me feel. It was very raw. But, I think that might be my gripe with this album. I mean, I liked the continuity of the intergalactic concept and felt an unbridled honesty. But that’s just it, it seemed as if he was just making something just to express himself, with out thought of an audience I think all the depth of the music is left, unfortunately, inside his brain. This may be a catharsis for him, but there’s not much to actually bite down on and understand.
The set up of this album however leads me to believe, that Scott Mescudi, who has shown a lot of interest in film, might have one in the works to go a long with this album. Now, that would be amazing!
 He says it’s a stepping stone to Man on the Moon 3. So, I guess I can appreciate it more as that. I still want him to make a short film, haha.
Kid Cudi - Too Bad I Have To Destroy You Now