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romansva:

" Unreal Estate " by Tim Doyle

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sixpenceee:

Pumpkin carvings that will make your jaw-drop (Source) (Frightening Halloween Masks) (Fantastic Halloween Decorations)

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nevver:

Why

nevver:

Why

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Jennifer Connelly in Requiem for a Dream (2000).

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Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) dir. Wes Anderson

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theawkwardlifeofapsycho:

Why is this not taught universally.

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thatfilmdudekalen:

TIFF14 is over.
This was my best TIFF ever. Saw so many great films, got into really big private industry parties (SXSW, Fantasia, etc…), networked with genre legends, shook Martin Scorsese’s hand.
Some notes.
Open bar parties are the best.
Martin Scorsese is the grandfather I never had.
The Guest is going to be a huge fucking movie upon release.
You must experience a TIFF Midnight Madness screening at least once in your life.
Until next year.

thatfilmdudekalen:

TIFF14 is over.

This was my best TIFF ever. Saw so many great films, got into really big private industry parties (SXSW, Fantasia, etc…), networked with genre legends, shook Martin Scorsese’s hand.

Some notes.

  1. Open bar parties are the best.
  2. Martin Scorsese is the grandfather I never had.
  3. The Guest is going to be a huge fucking movie upon release.
  4. You must experience a TIFF Midnight Madness screening at least once in your life.

Until next year.

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mickeyandcompany:

Disney villains and their respective voice actors (click on the pictures to know their names)

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truthandmovies:


IN PRAISE OF DAVID FINCHER’S WOMEN
A formalist with a forensic eye for detail (and no patience for wading through emotional sludge), David Fincher holds his characters at arm’s length – perhaps all the better to see them in their entirety. Most of these characters are men; Fincher is, after all, a man’s man with a particular predilection for stories about fraternity in crisis (The Game, Zodiac, The Social Network) and the crumbling framework of masculinity in a late-capitalist society (Fight Club, The Social Network and – we think – Gone Girl). However, that is not to say that Fincher’s women are shrinking violets.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON LITTLE WHITE LIES
(art credit: stalkerae)

truthandmovies:

IN PRAISE OF DAVID FINCHER’S WOMEN

A formalist with a forensic eye for detail (and no patience for wading through emotional sludge), David Fincher holds his characters at arm’s length – perhaps all the better to see them in their entirety. Most of these characters are men; Fincher is, after all, a man’s man with a particular predilection for stories about fraternity in crisis (The GameZodiacThe Social Network) and the crumbling framework of masculinity in a late-capitalist society (Fight Club, The Social Network and – we think – Gone Girl). However, that is not to say that Fincher’s women are shrinking violets.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON LITTLE WHITE LIES

(art credit: stalkerae)

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iphigenya:

Character Meme: The Secret History

3: Henry Winter
"(He) was dark-haired, with a square jaw and coarse, pale skin. He might have been handsome had his features been less set, or his eyes, behind the glasses, less expressionless and blank. He wore dark English suits and carried an umbrella (a bizarre sight in Hampden) and he walked stiffly through the throngs of hippies and beatniks and preppies and punks with the self-conscious formality of an old ballerina, surprising in one so large as he."

iphigenya:

Character Meme: The Secret History

3: Henry Winter

"(He) was dark-haired, with a square jaw and coarse, pale skin. He might have been handsome had his features been less set, or his eyes, behind the glasses, less expressionless and blank. He wore dark English suits and carried an umbrella (a bizarre sight in Hampden) and he walked stiffly through the throngs of hippies and beatniks and preppies and punks with the self-conscious formality of an old ballerina, surprising in one so large as he."

posted 3 days ago with 172 notes

Did I show this one, guys??

Shot at the actual filming location in Illinois.

(it changed a little bit)

dorkly:

Whatever Happened to PG-13 Movies?

Something weird has happened at the multiplex, and you won’t need parental guidance to understand why.

For more videos, click here!

EVERYTHING

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How can our little Madeleine be so full of hate?

How can our little Madeleine be so full of hate?

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untrustyou:

David Benjamin Sherry 

untrustyou:

David Benjamin Sherry 

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under-radar-mag:

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby portrays dual tales of grief perpetrated by a single tragedy. (via Cinema Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

under-radar-mag:

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby portrays dual tales of grief perpetrated by a single tragedy. (via Cinema Review: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

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