Apart from mentioning writing articles as my interests in Resume, listening music is the other one. And its really feel good to reveal my favorite playlist that I return to in my solace or solitude. It includes very old as well as new ones. So here the list goes:
Empty by Ray Lamontagne
Words by Boyzone
Eric Clapton – Blue Eyes Blue
Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
Avicii – Wake Me Up
Juice Newton – Angel Of The Morning
Eminem – Lose Yourself
Wake_Me_Up_When_September_Ends by GreenDay
These Days by Nico
Where Do You Go (To My Lovely) – Peter Sarstedt
This Time Tomorrow by The Kinks
Life’s been good – Joe Walsh
BOB DYLAN & JOHNNY CASH – Girl From The North Country
Carpenters _Top Of The World
Mike – Blue Eyes
Darlin’ – The Beach Boys
Everyday I Love You – Boyzone
Five Hundred Miles
Raindrops are falling on my head – B J Thomas
Carla Bruni – Quelquun ma dit
I have been literally taken away since I watched the first movie directed by Wes Anderson. It is after researching that I came to know about his other works and fortunately I was able to see each one of them. So here is my personal ranking of the movies I saw in the past 2 months.
- The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Fantastic Mr. Fox
- The Royal Tenenbaums
- The Darjeeling Limited
- Moonrise Kingdom
- The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
- Bottle Rocket
Apart from the symmetrical cinematography, beautiful and colorful backgrounds, intriguing and eloquent characters, magical narration and last but not the least great selection of song tracks, these movies have flamboyant stories weaved out of magic.
It was not long back that I stumbled upon one movie named “The Darjeeling Limited”. Certainly, the name Darjeeling caught my attention as it is an Indian place. It was an amazing journey I went through while watching it, as the fabulous and charismatic characters took a stroll on an Indian train, temples and streets. The style of Wes Anderson direction could be felt strongly, at the same time the cinematography personified the backgrounds and forefronts very well. It was then I decided to explore other works by this talented and eloquent director. Next was “The Great Budapest Hotel”, which took away my heart. Again cinematography was commendable and the characters were sweet and hysterically flamboyant. The locations were lovely and the story was intriguing. I enjoyed every bit of it.
Next on the list was “Rushmore”, the first success and recognition of Wes Anderson’s talents as a director. It, very well reviewed the psychological state of a young student, who outwitted extremely well in curricular activities. Last one I saw was “The Royal Tenenbaums”. It was again a showcase of brilliance from the renowned director who has surely mastered his skills in this field. The state of problems happened in the Tenebaum’s family was very well brought into life with a mesmerizing story.
The symmetry and colorfulness of the character set these movies apart from others. No doubt, everyone have their own style, but I have been in a state of bewilderment since I saw his work and immense perfection at it. These movies have ignited within me the desire to watch other of his movies like “Moonrise Kingdom” and “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” sooner in the future.