Tuesday, 19 January 2010

The Book of Eli

I fricking LOVED this movie. I'm not going to go into plot because that's not what this post is about but I will talk about style...

Solara (played by Mila Kunis) looks awesome. She is rocking a look that I like to call: 'Apocalyptic Courtney Love Olsen Twin'.

I came out of the cinema mentally scanning my wardrobe because I plan to try this look out over the next few days (but not to any of my auditions because I don't want to scare people).

I tried desperately to find a clear full length shot for y'all but alas. You'll just have to go and see the film for yourself.... and it's really good so you'll be glad you did.

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The waist length hair, the smudgy black eyes, the men's plaid shirt, the dusty black jeans, the aviators and satchel.... I love it all. Add a pair of burberry boots and then it would be beyond perfect.

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Ok so apart from Solara's costume I also actaully laughed out loud with joy when I saw Frances de la Tour and Michael Gambon in this scene...
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When the scene ended I leaned over to my boy and whispered "Pinter"... "yuh huh" he replied.

4 comments:

Michiyo Nakamura said...

I've been wanting to watch that movie but it's on portuguese theatres, as far as I know.

Glad to read a good review bout it. :)

Tayler said...

i have been obsessed with those boots forever now and the forever 21 knock offs, that i could afford sold out! argh.
lovely blog by the way <3

bighairandbikinis.blogspot.com

Patricia Ann said...

Oh my goodness, when I saw this movie in the theatre , all I could focus on was Kunis' outfit. The layering with the plaid, and the black slacks in those dirty combat boots. Oh and the small braid she has in her hair! :) Thanks for the HQ pics.

Patricia Ann
www.theshapesofthings.com

Patience said...

OMG I thought the EXACT same thing after i walked out of this movie!!! lol... all i could think about was her awesome apocalyptic garb! I'm so inspired by everything thats a little bit grungy and futuristic! lol... o and i absolutely LOVED the movie too :)