It's from Jim Jarmusch, of course. And you can find it on the DVD of Coffee and Cigarettes.
This is a lot like our staff meetings here, honestly enough. Except normally we're doing the roadside surgery in house.
Even though apparently Ronson Lighters aren't around anymore (from what I can tell), I have this terrifying suspicion after seeing this that Karloff will rise from the grave to come after me because I don't own one.
Regardless: eat this, Geico cavemen.
Written by Joe Eszterhas, based on the novel by Ira Levin
Directed by Philip Noyce
Starring Sharon Stone, William Baldwin, Tom Berenger
Released by: Paramount.
My Advice: Rent something better than it. Which should be pretty easy.
After ending her waste of a marriage, Carly (Stone) is ready to make some changes in her life. Part of this is getting a new high rise apartment. Of course, she gets her new place the way a lot of New Yorkers acquire real estate: by someone dying. In Carly's case, the previous resident jumped off her balcony. In fact, everyone comments how much Carly looks like her. But she doesn't have time to consider this since she has two new suitors in her life. There's Jack (Berenger), a self-important macho cop-turned-author, whose attentions she's not thrilled with and Zeke (Baldwin), a young hot game designer, whose attentions she's very thrilled with. Thrilled multiple times, if you know what I mean. Zeke pushes Carly's boundaries and that is exactly what Carly is looking for. Even when he reveals that the apartment building has been turned into Zeke's private reality TV network, Carly doesn't look away. But when the competition between Zeke and Jack for Carly starts getting a body count, she needs to take a hard look at these two men. And herself.
The badass futuristic artwork of Syd Mead, some of it thrown onto Flickr. Even if you don't know the name, you know his work:Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Tron, Blade Runner, Aliens, 2010 and more.