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Affleck has called the film a "performance piece," and Phoenix has gone on record as claiming the whole movie was staged. But confusion enters. By special request of J. at Resurrection Songs! This is an old review that I wrote when the Blu-ray of I'm Still Here was released. Revealed at a nerd convention this weekend as part of the forthcoming Blu-ray box set, this never-before-seen, uh, scene, shows Luke in Return of the Jedi.

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    Faux documentary following a year in the life of award-winning actor Joaquin Phoenix. Beginning in autumn 2008, the film focuses on Phoenix's decision to move away from the acting world into music, more specifically hip hop, and follows the star's transition into this new industry, which includes him attempting to persuade Sean 'Diddy' Combs to produce his album. Phoenix only revealed the whole thing was a spoof after it had been shown in US cinemas. The film also marks the directorial debut of actor Casey Affleck, Phoenix's friend and brother-in-law.
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    Directed byCasey Affleck
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Title: I’m Still Here
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Casey Affleck
Director: Casey Affleck
Certificate: 15
Duration: 108 minutes
Released: 10 January 2010

This review is rated 18. The film should clearly also have been rated 18.

My name is Joaquin fucking Phoenix, I’m a fucking Oscar winning actor but I’m going to throw away my entire fucking career to be a fucking two-bit hip-hop artist. I was fucking amazing dude in Walk the Line as Johnny Cash. But I’m fucking tired of getting my fucking hair cut, fuck it, let it fucking grow and my beard dude, what the fuck? I’ll just let that fucking grow too. I’m tired of acting, I’m tired of press junkets and interviews, so I was thinking, you know, fuck my career, I’m going to make a mockumentary/documentary about myself and get my brother-in-law to direct and film it. Fuck yeah, that’ll be really fucking funny. Everyone will fucking love me and even when they find out it was a fucking hoax they’ll still fucking love me.

No Phoenix we won’t, you have acted like a complete jerk and your film is mind-numbingly dull for all of its bloated 100-plus minutes. The previous paragraph is a close approximation of what happens in the film. Honestly it’s a total waste of celluloid and Phoenix should be ashamed of himself and this pathetic attempt at whatever the hell this is: self-deprecation / self-promotion?

Whatever it is – it’s terrible.

At what point did Phoenix think that this was a good idea? At what point did he think it would be funny? Was there ever a point when, while spending months making this film, he realised that it was a total waste of time?

The press knew that it was a hoax. The fans knew it was a hoax. The general public, most of which probably didn’t even care, knew it was a hoax. Phoenix has made a complete fool of himself and so has Casey Affleck for agreeing to participate in the whole charade.

In case you hadn’t worked it out already, I’m Still Here is a mockumentary following the life of Joaquin Phoenix. It apparently shows him announcing his retirement from acting and attempting to become a hip-hop artist. Phoenix remained in character throughout, including during interviews, press junkets, and even real-life talk shows such as Letterman.

However I’m Still Here is not funny, it’s not insightful, it’s not interesting, it’s not anything but a waste of money and time. If I’d seen this film at the cinema I’d have walked out. I’m glad that I saw it on DVD because I was able to fast-forward parts and eventually turn it off. I was glad that I was able to turn it off and I make no apology for doing so.

The film includes needlessly profane language, pointless nudity, drug use and other crude content. I’m going to have a hard time ever taking Phoenix seriously as an actor again when he inevitably picks up his career. He was excellent in Walk the Line, The Village, and even in less well known or loved films such as his most recent effort Two Lovers, or older films such as 8MM or Signs but I don’t think I want to see him acting again. He’s a fantastic singer as seen in Walk the Line but it’s obvious that he doesn’t really want to be a hip-hop artist. But if he really does want to throw away his acting career then making I’m Still Here was the perfect way to do it. What director, or actor, would want to work with him now? It’s a simple as this, whatever Phoenix was trying to do: poke fun at celebrity life, explore the relationship between the media, celebrities and the public, or just have a bit of a laugh, I think he has done it at our expense, and I think that is pretty much unforgivable.

Phoenix is clearly a gifted actor but he is squandering his talent with rubbish like this.

Author : Kevin Stanley
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If I could, I'd forego having an opening paragraph to this review and just post a still of P. Diddy's face when he first gives Joaquin Phoenix's hip-hop CD a listen in I'm Still Here. It's one part "What the hell do I say?" and two parts "Oh, crap, is the crazy person still behind me?"

The whole I'm Still Here debacle got started two years ago when, in September 2008, the Oscar-nominated actor announced he was retiring from movies to pursue a rap music career under the moniker JP. Subsequent public appearances grew increasingly erratic, as the bloated, bearded star tried to battle rumors that the whole thing was a hoax by making everyone think he was legitimately out of his mind. The tabloid reports that this was a stunt started almost immediately, as supposed insiders spilled the alleged beans about why Phoenix's brother-in-law, Casey Affleck, was following him around filming everything. Naturally, the inevitable denials only fanned the flames. Whatever was going on, it reached pop-culture frenzy in early 2009. While promoting his "final" movie, Two Lovers, on Letterman, a rude and confused Phoenix left the host hanging, opening the treasure chest to Dave's comedy gold. To combat this, Phoenix got on a stage in a dance club in Miami, only to leap on a heckler after one song. Cue the sound of the heart machine going flatline.

I'm Still Here is the document of all the things that happened in between the public events, the private meltdown and personal turmoil that the would-be singer dealt with--including the rumors of it all being fake. Is Joaquin Phoenix really a tortured artist dying to break free, or is he a shrewd marketing man who found a way to pay for a very long vacation? To ignore this aspect of I'm Still Here would be kind of like reviewing a war movie and never brining up combat. Casey Affleck's film is either one of the best movie hoaxes of all time, or it's the worst case of cinematic enabling I've ever seen. Somewhere between Phoenix snorting coke off of a prostitute's naked breasts and vomiting in the bathroom in Miami, you'd hope someone would have said stop. Hell, sitting in the car with him and filming as he slammed into the rock wall on the edge of his own driveway should have at least caused someone to jump ship.

The debate over the veracity of this documentary will likely go on forever. I imagine even if everyone came out and declared it a put-on, there would still be folks who would think that admission was what's really fake. (Hell, some people still think The Blair Witch Project was real.) Those looking for signs of Affleck tipping his hand aren't going to find them. The closest we get is maybe at the beginning of the movie. Following a home movie of a very young Joaquin jumping off some rocks into a lake in South America, we see old news footage of the Phoenix children performing a song and dance number. Immediately after, Affleck shows a clip of Joaquin on a talk show promoting Walk the Line where he fibs about having any musical experience. Is this meant to stoke our suspicions? "He lied once, he could do it again."

And there are mockumentary-worthy moments throughout. There is a scene of Phoenix calling out the supposed rat that comes off like the actor reciting The Godfather from memory, with former Spacehog guitarist Antony Langdon standing in for Fredo. There is also a meeting between him and Ben Stiller where Phoenix accuses the comedian of acting too much like Ben Stiller, an accusation that only grows more ludicrous when Stiller denies it. The one most fans of the genre will seize on, however, is Phoenix trying to skip out on the Two Lovers premiere but not being able to find an exit. I wouldn't have been surprised if when he finally did get a door open, members of Spinal Tap or even Tim Robbins were waiting on the other side.

At the same time, the bulk of I'm Still Here is so manic and raw, if it isn't real, Joaquin Phoenix is a better actor than I thought. He is erratic, hostile, and frayed at the edges. There are uncomfortable scenes where he shouts at his assistants, who chase his every whim, like flying to Washington D.C. during Obama's inauguration hoping to run into Diddy, only for Phoenix to sleep through the whole ceremony. Not that he had an invite to any of the parties, anyway. In one hilariously sad tirade in the hotel, he fumes that Revolutionary Road got all the accolades that Reservation Road did not, as if it the critics and public simply took a wrong turn and missed his genius. It's one of the signs that for all his insistence that he does not care about other people's reactions, Phoenix really does crave the acceptance of the spotlight. As things go further downhill, he spends hours reading what people write about him on the internet and watching parodies of himself--and blaming everyone else around him.

When it's all said and done, when the questions of whether it's authentic or phony settle, the question becomes, is I'm Still Here a good movie. The answer: I think so. As I said at the start, I feel like Diddy in that I just don't know what to make of what has been given to me. As a treatise on the perils of ego and fame, I'm Still Here was riveting car-crash entertainment. It's career dismantling at its finest. What possible reason could Joaquin Phoenix have for doing this to himself? Was it his lifelong dream to be on film talking about smelling a hooker's butthole? Or is it really the cleansing he hoped for all along? Though the final scenes of him bathing in the same river he jumped in as a child are intended indicate a rebirth, the fact that they seemed staged bring the doubts floating back to the surface (followed, too, by end credits where participants are credited as playing other people, and the Miami hecklers are listed by name, fueling speculation that they were plants). So, then the question becomes, do I really care whether or not they are gaming me?

The answer is no. Pop culture, television, and viral videos have already redefined reality as a contstruct, so all that's left is to synthesize truth as fiction. Whatever was just done to me, I liked it. I doubt I ever want to go to this party again, but I was glad I was invited the first time. It may just the satisfaction of seeing other people screwing up, of peeking in on a crazy man and having a reassuring sigh that at least it's not me--but then, that's what artists do: go to the brink so we don't have to. What we walk away with after that is up to us. Mission accomplished?

Jamie S. Rich is a novelist and comic book writer. He is best known for his collaborations with Joelle Jones, including the hardboiled crime comic book You Have Killed Me, the challenging romance 12 Reasons Why I Love Her, and the 2007 prose novel Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?, for which Jones did the cover. All three were published by Oni Press. His most recent projects include the futuristic romance A Boy and a Girl with Natalie Nourigat; Archer Coe and the Thousand Natural Shocks, a loopy crime tale drawn by Dan Christensen; and the horror miniseries Madame Frankenstein, a collaboration with Megan Levens. Follow Rich's blog at Confessions123.com.

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Format: DVD + Blu-ray

Release date: 10 January 2011

Distributor: Optimum Home Entertainment

Director: Casey Affleck

Writers: Casey Affleck, Joaquin Phoenix

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Antony Langdon, Sean Combs

USA 2010

108 mins

Few mockumentaries have received as much media attention as I’m Still Here, although this is largely due to the manner in which the press was coerced into participating in the project: in late 2008, movie star Joaquin Phoenix announced that he was retiring from acting to pursue a music career, a statement that was swiftly reported by entertainment news programmes and the celebrity-obsessed blogosphere. Phoenix received Academy Award nominations for his performances as a Roman emperor in Gladiator (2000) and as country singer Johnny Cash in Walk the Line (2005), while maintaining independent credentials through his frequent collaborations with writer-director James Gray. If he had yet to achieve megastar status - an increasingly unrealistic expectation for any actor in a movie-making era dominated by special effects-heavy franchises - Phoenix was certainly well-known enough for his ‘retirement’ to fuel the rumour mill: was this a very public breakdown, or a hoax, or a genuine desire to try a different form of self-expression? The media further speculated on the actor’s professional shift when Phoenix performed his latest rap material at a Las Vegas club in early 2009, with his friend and brother-in-law Casey Affleck filming his set for a documentary project that would be titled I’m Still Here. Writing for the Chicago Sun Times in September 2010, Robert Ebert described the film as ‘a sad and painful documentary’, dealing with a ‘gifted actor who apparently by his own decision has brought desolation upon his head’. Ebert also noted ‘subtle signs’ that I’m Still Here may be ‘part of an elaborate hoax’.

The suspicions of Ebert and other critics were proved correct when Affleck explained the intentions of his collaboration with Phoenix in a number of interviews that followed the theatrical release of I’m Still Here; they wanted to explore the nature of celebrity, commenting on the relationship that both audiences and journalists have with stars in the era of new media and reality television. What their mockumentary actually observes is a breakdown in such relations, as Phoenix becomes increasingly isolated due to intense media attention. He begins the film by claiming to feel trapped in ‘a self-imposed prison of characterisation’ due to the mass perception that he is ’emotional, intense and complicated’, an identity that he concedes to creating through his choice of roles but one that he feels has been exaggerated through media pigeonholing. As he no longer wants to ‘play the character of Joaquin’, Phoenix abandons his acting career to record rap music, with Sean Combs producing his debut album and live performances scheduled in Las Vegas. Industry commentators do not wait to listen to any material before passing judgment, labelling this choice as career suicide, while ridiculing the ‘former’ actor’s increasingly unkempt appearance as Phoenix goes from svelte leading man to bearded rapper with noticeable weight gain. He becomes a laughing stock in Hollywood, alienates his ‘general assistant’ Antony (Spacehog guitarist Antony Langdon) and gets into a fight while performing to an audience that is more interested in capturing a falling star with their camera phones than in listening to his lyrics.

In retrospect, it is easy to see that I’m Still Here is a ruse, albeit a well-conceived one: scenes of Phoenix ordering hookers and snorting drugs are calculated self-destruction staples that are designed to shock, and interactions with other performers often feel contrived. Ben Stiller visits Phoenix at his Los Angeles home to pitch Greenberg (2010), suggesting that the ‘retired’ actor should play the supporting role eventually undertaken by Rhys Ifans, only to be accused of ‘doing Ben Stiller’ by Phoenix, who no longer cares for Hollywood pleasantries. With comedy star Stiller cast in his familiar straight man role to Phoenix’s imploding artist and dialogue that references Stiller’s earlier success There’s Something about Mary (1998), their meeting plays more like a scene from Curb Your Enthusiasm than a genuine conversation. The centrepiece of I’m Still Here is not Phoenix’s rap performance - we hear some of his material, but never a full track - but his now legendary appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman to promote his ‘final’ film Two Lovers (2008). It’s an exercise in awkward humour as Phoenix seems to be more interested in the gum in his mouth than discussing his work, only becoming slightly engaged when Letterman brings up the subject of his rap music. ‘I’d like to come on the show and perform,’ offers Phoenix, only for Letterman to deliver the put-down, ‘That seems unlikely’. Phoenix manages a few chuckles at the expense of the host, but Letterman gets the last laugh - ‘I’ll come to your house and chew gum.’

Phoenix disappears into ‘character’ as he becomes distanced from those around him due to media ridicule. Although he turns to music to escape the artifice of acting, Phoenix finds the rap world to be similar to Hollywood: Sean Combs states that both movies and music revolve around the circus of production, while the audience that Phoenix is trying to reach may change, but reactions to his celebrity status do not. He eventually retreats from public view, travelling to Panama to spend time with his father and, in the parting shot, disappears underwater while swimming. The three-word title of I’m Still Here recalls not only D.A. Pennebaker‘s classic Bob Dylan documentary Dont Look Back (1967) but also Todd Haynes’s I’m Not There (2007), a fictionalised deconstruction of Dylan’s ever-changing persona, with media reaction to Phoenix as rap star exemplifying a celebrity culture that now forbids such multi-faceted behaviour. In this respect, the process of making I’m Still Here had more impact than the completed film as it received a brief theatrical run that grossed a mere $568,963 worldwide, suggesting that the cultural and economic value of artists or celebrities as ‘public commodities’ is greater than that of their actual work. A clean-shaven, slimmed-down Phoenix would return to the Letterman show to discuss the film, thereby re-establishing his movie star identity through the promotional process. I’m Still Here is technically a mockumentary, but the manner in which its subject unravels due to media scrutiny makes it a painfully real portrait of a creative spirit in crisis.

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If I could, I'd forego having an opening paragraph to this review and just post a still of P. Diddy's face when he first gives Joaquin Phoenix's hip-hop CD a listen in I'm Still Here. It's one part "What the hell do I say?" and two parts "Oh, crap, is the crazy person still behind me?"

The whole I'm Still Here debacle got started two i m still here blu ray ago when, in September 2008, the Oscar-nominated actor announced he was retiring from movies to pursue a rap music career under the moniker JP. Subsequent public appearances grew increasingly erratic, as the bloated, first federal savings and loan coffeyville ks star tried to battle rumors that the whole thing was a hoax by making everyone think he was legitimately out of his mind. The tabloid reports that this was a stunt started almost immediately, as supposed insiders spilled the alleged beans about why Phoenix's brother-in-law, Casey Affleck, was following him around filming everything. Naturally, the inevitable denials only fanned the flames. Whatever was going on, it reached pop-culture frenzy in early 2009. While promoting his "final" movie, Two Lovers, on Letterman, a rude and confused Phoenix left the host hanging, opening the treasure chest to Dave's comedy gold. To combat this, Phoenix got on a stage in a dance club in Miami, only to leap on a heckler after one song. Cue the sound of the heart machine going flatline.

I'm Still Here is the document of all the things that happened in between the public events, the private meltdown and personal turmoil that the would-be singer dealt with--including the rumors of it all being fake. Is Joaquin Phoenix really a tortured artist dying to break free, or is he a shrewd marketing man who found a way to pay for a very long vacation? To ignore this aspect of I'm Still Here would be kind of like reviewing a war movie and never brining up combat. Casey Affleck's film is either one of the best movie hoaxes of all time, or it's the worst case of cinematic enabling I've ever seen. Somewhere between Phoenix snorting coke off of a prostitute's naked breasts and vomiting in the bathroom in Miami, you'd hope someone would have said stop. Hell, sitting in the car with him and filming as he slammed into the rock wall on the edge of his own driveway should have at least caused someone to jump ship.

The debate over the veracity of this documentary will likely go on forever. I imagine even if everyone came out and declared it a put-on, there would still be folks who would think that admission was what's really fake. (Hell, some people still think The Blair Witch Project was real.) Those looking for signs of Affleck tipping his hand aren't going to find them. The closest we get is maybe at the beginning of the movie. Following a home movie of a very young Joaquin jumping off some rocks into a lake in South America, we see old news footage of the Phoenix children performing a song and dance number. Immediately after, Affleck shows a clip of Joaquin on a talk show promoting Walk the Line where he fibs about having any musical experience. Is this meant to stoke our suspicions? "He lied once, he could do it again."

And there are mockumentary-worthy moments throughout. There is a scene of Phoenix calling out the supposed rat that comes off like i m still here blu ray actor reciting The Godfather from memory, with former Spacehog guitarist Antony Langdon standing in for Fredo. There is also a meeting between him and Ben Stiller where Phoenix accuses the comedian of acting too much like Ben Stiller, an accusation that only grows more ludicrous when Stiller denies it. The one most fans of the genre will seize on, however, is Phoenix trying to skip out on the Two Lovers premiere but not being able to find an exit. I wouldn't have been surprised if when he finally did get a door open, members of Spinal Tap or even Tim Robbins were waiting on the other side.

At the same time, the bulk of I'm Still Here is so manic and raw, if it isn't real, Joaquin Phoenix is a better actor than I thought. He is erratic, hostile, and frayed at the edges. There are uncomfortable scenes where he shouts at his assistants, who chase his every whim, like flying to Washington D.C. during Obama's inauguration hoping to run into Diddy, only for Phoenix to sleep through the whole ceremony. Not that he had an invite to any of the parties, anyway. In one hilariously sad tirade in the hotel, he fumes that Revolutionary Road got all the accolades that Reservation Road did not, as if it the critics and public simply took a wrong turn and missed his genius. It's one of the signs that for all his insistence that he does not care about other people's reactions, Phoenix really does crave the acceptance of the spotlight. As i m still here blu ray go further downhill, he spends hours reading what people write about him on the internet and watching parodies of himself--and blaming everyone else around him.

When it's all said does tcf bank have credit cards done, when the questions of whether it's authentic or phony settle, the question becomes, is I'm Still Here a good movie. The answer: I think so. As I said at the start, I feel like Diddy in that I just don't know what to make of what has been given to me. As a treatise on the perils of ego and fame, I'm Still Here was riveting car-crash entertainment. It's career dismantling at its finest. What possible reason could Joaquin Phoenix have for doing this to himself? Was it his lifelong dream to be on film talking about smelling a hooker's butthole? Or is it really the cleansing he hoped for all along? Though the final scenes of him bathing in the same river he jumped in as a child are intended indicate a rebirth, the fact that they seemed staged bring the doubts floating back to the surface (followed, too, by end credits where participants are credited as playing other people, and the Miami hecklers are listed by name, fueling speculation that they were plants). So, then the question becomes, do I really care whether or not they are gaming me?

The answer is no. Pop culture, television, and viral videos have already redefined reality as a contstruct, so all that's left is to synthesize truth as fiction. Whatever was just done to me, I liked it. I doubt I ever want to go to this party again, but I was glad I was invited the first time. It may just the satisfaction of seeing other people screwing up, of peeking in on a crazy man and having a reassuring sigh that at least it's not me--but then, that's what artists do: go to the brink so we don't have to. What we walk away with after that is up to us. Mission accomplished?

Jamie S. Rich is a novelist and comic book writer. He is best known for his collaborations with Joelle Jones, including the hardboiled crime comic book You Have Killed Me, the challenging romance 12 Reasons Why I Love Her, and the 2007 prose novel Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?, for which Jones did the cover. All three were published by Oni Press. His most recent projects include the futuristic romance A Boy and a Girl with Natalie Nourigat; Archer Coe and the Thousand Natural Shocks, a loopy crime tale drawn by Dan Christensen; and the horror miniseries Madame Frankenstein, a collaboration with Megan Levens. Follow Rich's blog at Confessions123.com.

Источник: https://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/45720/im-still-here/

Format: DVD + Blu-ray

Release date: 10 January 2011

Distributor: Optimum Home Entertainment

Director: Casey Affleck

Writers: Casey Affleck, Joaquin Phoenix

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Antony Langdon, Sean Combs

USA 2010

108 mins

Few mockumentaries have received as much media attention as I’m Still Here, although this is largely due to the manner in which the press was coerced into participating in the project: in late 2008, movie star Joaquin Phoenix announced that he was retiring from acting to pursue a music career, a statement that was swiftly reported by entertainment news programmes and the celebrity-obsessed blogosphere. Phoenix received Academy Award nominations for his performances as a Roman emperor in Gladiator (2000) and as country singer Johnny Cash in Walk the Line (2005), while maintaining independent credentials through his frequent collaborations with writer-director James Gray. If he had yet to achieve megastar status - an increasingly unrealistic expectation for any actor in a movie-making era dominated by special effects-heavy franchises - Phoenix was certainly well-known enough for his ‘retirement’ to fuel the rumour mill: was this a very public breakdown, or a hoax, or a genuine desire to try a different form of self-expression? The media further speculated on the actor’s professional shift when Phoenix performed his latest rap material at a Las Vegas club in early 2009, with his friend and brother-in-law Casey Affleck filming his set for a documentary project that would be titled I’m Still Here. Writing for the Chicago Sun Times in September 2010, Robert Ebert described the film as ‘a sad and painful documentary’, dealing with a ‘gifted actor who apparently by his own decision has brought desolation upon his head’. Ebert also noted ‘subtle signs’ that I’m Still Here may be ‘part of an elaborate hoax’.

The suspicions of Ebert and other critics were proved correct when Affleck explained the intentions of his collaboration with Phoenix in a number of interviews that followed the theatrical release of I’m Still Here; they wanted to explore the nature of celebrity, commenting on the relationship that both audiences and journalists have with stars in the era of new media and reality television. What their mockumentary actually observes is a breakdown in such relations, as Phoenix becomes increasingly isolated due to intense media attention. He begins the film by claiming to feel trapped in ‘a self-imposed prison of characterisation’ due to the mass perception that he is ’emotional, intense and complicated’, an identity that he concedes to creating through his choice of roles but one that he feels has been exaggerated through media pigeonholing. As he no longer wants to ‘play the character of Joaquin’, Phoenix abandons his acting career to record rap music, with Sean I m still here blu ray producing his debut album and live performances scheduled in Las Vegas. Industry commentators i m still here blu ray not wait to listen to any material before passing judgment, labelling this choice as career suicide, while ridiculing the ‘former’ actor’s increasingly unkempt appearance as Phoenix goes from svelte leading man to bearded rapper with noticeable weight gain. He becomes a laughing stock in Hollywood, alienates his ‘general assistant’ Antony (Spacehog guitarist Antony Langdon) and gets into a fight while performing to an audience that is more interested in capturing a falling star i m still here blu ray their camera phones than in listening to his lyrics.

In retrospect, it is easy to see that I’m Still Here is a ruse, jp morgan chase bank customer service a well-conceived one: scenes of Phoenix ordering hookers and snorting drugs are calculated self-destruction staples that are designed to shock, and interactions with other performers often feel contrived. Ben Stiller visits Phoenix at his Los Angeles home to pitch Greenberg (2010), suggesting that the ‘retired’ actor should play the supporting role eventually undertaken by Rhys Ifans, only to be accused of ‘doing Ben Stiller’ by Phoenix, who no longer cares for Hollywood pleasantries. With comedy star Stiller cast in his familiar straight man role to Phoenix’s imploding artist and dialogue that references Stiller’s earlier success There’s Something about Mary (1998), their meeting plays more like a scene from Curb Your Enthusiasm than a genuine conversation. The centrepiece of I’m Still Here is not Phoenix’s rap performance - we hear some of his material, but never a full track - but his now legendary appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman to promote his ‘final’ film Two Lovers (2008). It’s an exercise in awkward humour as Phoenix seems to be more interested in the gum chase personal credit card number his mouth than discussing his work, only becoming slightly engaged when Letterman does bank of america refinance student loans up the subject of his rap music. ‘I’d like to come on the show and perform,’ offers Phoenix, only for Letterman to deliver the put-down, ‘That seems unlikely’. Phoenix manages a few chuckles at the expense of the host, but Letterman gets the last laugh - ‘I’ll come to your house and chew gum.’

Phoenix disappears into ‘character’ as he becomes distanced from those around him due to media ridicule. Although he turns to music to escape the artifice of acting, Phoenix finds the rap world to be similar to Hollywood: Sean Combs states that both movies and music revolve around the circus of production, while the audience that Phoenix is trying to reach may change, but reactions to his celebrity status do not. He eventually retreats from public view, travelling to Panama to spend time with his father and, in the parting shot, disappears underwater while swimming. The three-word title of I’m Still Here recalls not only D.A. Pennebaker‘s classic Bob Dylan documentary Dont Look Back (1967) but also Todd Haynes’s I’m Not There (2007), a fictionalised deconstruction of Dylan’s ever-changing persona, with media reaction to Phoenix as rap star exemplifying a celebrity culture that now forbids such multi-faceted behaviour. In this respect, the process of making I’m Still Here had more impact than the completed film as it received a brief theatrical run that grossed a mere $568,963 worldwide, suggesting that the cultural and economic value of artists or celebrities as ‘public commodities’ is greater than that of their actual work. A clean-shaven, slimmed-down Phoenix would return to the Letterman show to discuss the film, thereby re-establishing his movie star identity through the promotional process. I’m Still Here is technically a mockumentary, but the manner in which its subject unravels due to media scrutiny makes it a painfully real portrait of a creative spirit in crisis.

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Title: I’m Still Here
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Casey Affleck
Director: Casey Affleck
Certificate: 15
Duration: 108 minutes
Released: 10 January 2010

This review is rated 18. The film should clearly also have been rated 18.

My name is Joaquin fucking Phoenix, I’m a fucking Oscar winning actor but I’m going to throw away my entire fucking career to be a fucking two-bit hip-hop artist. I was fucking amazing dude in Walk the Line as Johnny Cash. But I’m fucking tired of getting my fucking hair cut, fuck it, let it fucking grow and my beard dude, what the fuck? I’ll just let that fucking grow too. I’m tired of acting, I’m tired of press junkets and interviews, so I was thinking, you know, fuck my career, I’m going to make a mockumentary/documentary about myself and get my brother-in-law to direct and film it. Fuck yeah, that’ll be really fucking funny. Everyone will fucking love me and even when they find out it was a fucking hoax they’ll still fucking love me.

No Phoenix we won’t, you have acted like a complete jerk and your film is mind-numbingly dull for all of its bloated 100-plus minutes. The previous paragraph is a close approximation of what happens in the film. Honestly it’s a total waste of celluloid and Phoenix should be ashamed of himself and this pathetic attempt at whatever the hell this is: self-deprecation / self-promotion?

Whatever it is – it’s terrible.

At what point did Phoenix think that this was a good idea? At what point did he think it would be funny? Was there ever a point when, while spending months making this film, he realised that it was a total waste of time?

The press knew that it was a hoax. The fans knew it was a hoax. The general public, most of which probably didn’t even care, knew it was a hoax. Phoenix has made a complete fool of himself and i m still here blu ray has Casey Affleck for agreeing to participate in the whole charade.

In case you hadn’t worked it out already, I’m Still Here is a mockumentary following the life of Joaquin Phoenix. It apparently shows him announcing his retirement from acting and attempting to become a hip-hop artist. Phoenix remained in character throughout, including during interviews, press junkets, and even real-life talk shows such as Letterman.

However I’m Still Here is not funny, it’s not insightful, it’s not interesting, it’s not anything but a waste of money and time. If I’d seen this film at the cinema I’d have walked out. I’m glad that I saw pay my directv bill online on DVD because I was able to fast-forward parts and eventually turn it off. I was glad that I was able to turn it off and I make no apology for doing so.

The film includes needlessly profane language, pointless nudity, drug use and other crude content. I’m going to have a hard time ever taking Phoenix seriously as an actor again when he inevitably picks up his career. He was excellent in Walk the Line, The Village, and even in less well known or loved i m still here blu ray such as his most recent effort Two Lovers, or older films such as 8MM or Signs but I don’t think I want to see him acting again. He’s a fantastic singer as seen in Walk the Line but it’s obvious that he doesn’t really want to be a hip-hop artist. But if he really does want to throw away his acting career then making I’m Still Here was the perfect way to do it. What director, or actor, would want to work with him now? It’s a simple as this, whatever Phoenix was trying to do: poke fun at celebrity life, explore the relationship between the media, celebrities and the public, or just have a bit of a laugh, I think he has done it at our expense, and I think that is pretty much unforgivable.

Phoenix is clearly a gifted actor but he is squandering his talent with rubbish like this.

Author : Kevin Stanley
Источник: https://www.cinema.com/articles/7706/im-still-here-im-still-here-blu-ray-review.phtml

I'm Still Here (Jim's Theme)

2002 single by John Rzeznik

"I'm Still Here (Jim's Theme)" is a song written by the Goo Goo DollsfrontmanJohn Rzeznik, for Disney's science-fantasy film, Treasure Planet. The song is in the key of A Major and was released by Rzeznik as a solo track. It was a moderately successful pop hit.

Production[edit]

John Rzeznik was picked to write the song for the movie because it was believed he could relate well with Treasure Planet's main character, Jim, and his "rebel-with-a-cause angst". Directors Ron Clements and John Musker stated on the film's audio commentary that they had temped a scene in the film using the song Iris by Rzeznik's band The Goo Goo Dolls. Referring to Jim, Rzeznik said, "It was easy to relate to Jim, you know? I felt a lot like that when I was his age."[1]

"I'm Still Here" is one of two songs on the Treasure Planet soundtrack performed by Rzeznik; the other being "Always Know Where You Are". The song was sung by Rzeznik during the film, but performed by BBMak on i m still here blu ray soundtrack.

Music video[edit]

A music video was created that featured a young man in front of changing scenery all the while Rzeznik is appearing alongside him. The young man and Rzeznik are seen running throughout the video towards Treasure Planet and away from the young man's arguing parents; Scroop, one of the villains from the movie, in silhouette; and the destruction of the planet. The end of the video depicts Rzeznik walking down a road.

PluggedIn said the "stylish rock music video.subtly ties to what is an online id bank of america film without lazily lifting montages of animated scenes and dumping music on top—it’s an MTV-ready artistic creation in its own right."[2]

Critical reception[edit]

Ricky Brigante of InsideTheMagic said the song "dat[es] the film tremendously" as the 90's-style vocals are jarringly featured in the middle of the movie. The site added "This one song is a far cry from the brilliant musical i m still here blu ray featured in so many of Disney’s animated films".[3] The BBC described it as one of two pop songs "strangely detached from [the] workmanlike and inoffensive" soundtrack, and "an attempt to air academy federal credit union colorado the soundtrack's appeal to an older, rockier audience". It described the song as "sandpaper-voiced.heavy-rock, angsty teen anthem.updating the traditional pre-pubescent Disney hero".[4] DVDDizzy said "It is a great song for the movie, but I found the music video boring and hardly worth watching again."[5]

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%27m_Still_Here_(Jim%27s_Theme)

Labyrinth of Cinema

Under normal review circumstances, this is around where I would open things up with a quick summary of the film before jumping into my thoughts. Well, these aren’t normal circumstances - this is a review of a Nobuhiko Obayashi film. If you’ve seen House, Turning Point, or The Deserted City you understand that a simple paragraph summary isn’t exactly possible. That's the case here with Labyrinth of Cinema

At its core, this film is about four young people attending the final screening at an old theater who through the outdoor dining rockland county ny of cinema are actually transported to key Japanese historical battles before arriving at Hiroshima mere days before the atomic bomb. It actually took me a long time to best figure out how to say that because for a three-hour film, I'm not even coming close to covering everything this film's actually about. That’s just the simplest way I can express the general plot of the film, but I not coming anywhere near doing the story justice. Like any Obayashi film, there is a lot going on throughout the film - and I don’t just mean in the visuals.

Through a dizzying parade of alternating aspect ratios, CGI augmented song and dance sequences, and fourth-wall-breaking monologues. Labyrinth of Cinema is an examination of art and entertainment’s role in the perpetuation of violence and war. At least I think that’s what Obayashi was aiming at. Like any great work of art, this film demands your fullest attention so don’t even think of keeping your phone out. Turn off the lights, sequester your pets, and give this film your full focus. While I had a personal takeaway of what this film is “about,” you’re likely to come away with something completely different. Or not even knowing what to think about it.

Hell, I had to let this movie stew in my brain for a couple of days before I even could bring myself to start writing this review. For that reason Labyrinth of Cinema begs multiple viewings. At 179-minutes with intermission, it’s a lot to take in. I'm two times through it now and I’m capital one business analyst development program to bet upon my next viewing I’ll have a completely different take on what this movie was about. I just need to give myself some recovery time before jumping back into that world.

My main takeaway is this film is a commentary and a challenge by Obayashi and the kinds of films that are made and popularized. Through our four cinematic “time tourists” we see war glorified on-screen with intense battles. These are moments that our would-be movie-goers normally would be enjoying if they weren’t caught in the middle of the action. It’s as if Obayashi is suggesting that by watching in awe of impressive dramatic recreations of violent events as entertainment we’re doomed to repeat these events every generation. But he's also saying this from the seat of a film fan who probably very much enjoys those same movies.

That’s a lot to take in and think about - especially as someone who grew up on action movies and war films. But again, that’s my particular takeaway for this latest viewing of Labyrinth of Cinema. It’s the idea that slipped into my head and it hasn’t shaken loose. Whether or not that makes for a successful movie - that’s another question altogether. This film is a challenge. It throws a lot at you at a dizzying pace with information coming so quickly that if you blink you literally miss something. This is where those unfamiliar with Obayashi may have a hard time keeping up with this one. I had a friend who described the prolific director as a Japanese David Lynch with ADHD. You don't fully have any idea what is going on in his films and he doesn't give you time to sit in the moment.

Obayashi was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer during filming so Labyrinth of Cinema also feels like a man giving his final work everything he has i m still here blu ray in the tank. This was his last stamp on the industry he clearly loved as a fan and as a creator. With a career that spanned over 50 years, he was almost always working throughout that time. His films aren't always easy to digest. As bizarre as it is, House may be his most accessible simply because so much has been written about it that if you get stuck or can't figure it out there's a lot of material you can refer to. Labyrinth of Cinema is another exhaustingly fascinating film from the filmmaker. I probably don't fully understand everything I've absorbed but I know I'll be giving it many more viewings in the years to come.

Vital Disc Stats: The Blu-ray
Labyrinth of Cinema arrives on Blu-ray from home video newcomers Crescendo 2020 jaguar f type in an impressive 2-Disc Blu-ray set. Disc One covers the film while Disc Two holds the bulk of the bonus features. Both Region-Free discs are housed in a beautiful Steelbook case with plastic slipcover augmenting the artwork. After watching through the film you have a much better appreciation of this artwork design. Also included are six postcards, as well as a 32-page booklet featuring images essays and select works of poetry.

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