It’s ok buddy, you won.
Of course this occasionally happens; deer get their antlers locked in battle, and they can’t get them out. Sometimes they both die.
i’m still looking at this image and it’s so impressive to me
after this guy’s foe died (what do u think the interim was like) did he jsut drag around the carcass until the body fell off at the neck or what. did he go out of his way to behead it. whats the story here. i want to interview this deer
Imagine the rotting face of your enemy being permanently attached to your head.
this is totally metal
this deer is totally metal
“What’s most notable about this commercial, though, is that even though Anderson had only made four feature films at this point, American Express is presenting him as a brand name. His 1996 debut feature, Bottle Rocket, marked him as a director to watch, and then 1998’s Rushmore revealed him as someone with a distinctive style. (One of Anderson’s first intersections with the advertising world came when he made a series of Rushmore-inspired versions of the various films nominated for the 1999 MTV Movie Awards.) But 2001’s The Royal Tenenbaums and 2004’s The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou made it more obvious that Anderson was something of a phenomenon—and not one for every taste. The American Express ad acknowledges and spoofs this.”
Noel Murray looks at the work of Wes Anderson, commercial-director-for-hire, to see how the director’s distinctive style works within the boundaries of commercial expectations. [Read more…]