squiddymcsquid:

Breakdown in the bathroom.  I’m okay now.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (dir. David Fincher, cinematography by Jeff Cronenweth, 2011)
lapitiedangereuse:

“I saw my first two hundred films on the sly, playing hooky and slipping into the movie house without paying—through the emergency exit or the washroom window—or by taking advantage of my parents’ going out for an evening (I had to be in bed, pretending to be asleep, when they came home). I paid for these great pleasures with stomachaches, cramps, nervous headaches and guilty feelings, which only heightened the emotions evoked by the films. I felt a tremendous need to enter into the films. I sat closer and closer to the screen so I could shut out the theater. […] At that period in my life, movies acted on me like a drug. The film club I founded in 1947 was called—somewhat pretentiously but revealingly—the Movie-mania Club (Cercle Cinémane). Sometimes I saw the same film four or five times within a month and could still not recount the story line correctly because, at one moment or another, the swelling of the music, a chase through the night, the actress’s tears, would intoxicate me, make me lose track of what was going on, carry me away from the rest of the movie.”

lapitiedangereuse:

“I saw my first two hundred films on the sly, playing hooky and slipping into the movie house without paying—through the emergency exit or the washroom window—or by taking advantage of my parents’ going out for an evening (I had to be in bed, pretending to be asleep, when they came home). I paid for these great pleasures with stomachaches, cramps, nervous headaches and guilty feelings, which only heightened the emotions evoked by the films. I felt a tremendous need to enter into the films. I sat closer and closer to the screen so I could shut out the theater. […] At that period in my life, movies acted on me like a drug. The film club I founded in 1947 was called—somewhat pretentiously but revealingly—the Movie-mania Club (Cercle Cinémane). Sometimes I saw the same film four or five times within a month and could still not recount the story line correctly because, at one moment or another, the swelling of the music, a chase through the night, the actress’s tears, would intoxicate me, make me lose track of what was going on, carry me away from the rest of the movie.”

teamvampireweekend:

Ezra Koenig’s 10 Commandments (Q Magazine, October 2014 issue)

teamvampireweekend:

Ezra Koenig’s 10 Commandments (Q Magazine, October 2014 issue)


Ryan Gosling on the set of Only God Forgives

Ryan Gosling on the set of Only God Forgives

setbabiesonfire:

These halves aren’t from the same rock and for some reason that’s throwing me off, haha.

setbabiesonfire:

These halves aren’t from the same rock and for some reason that’s throwing me off, haha.

clubpenguln:

i hate when people say “you’ve barely touched your food” like what do you want me to do stroke it 

sammy-got-pimped-for-pie:

In honor of back-to-school.

sammy-got-pimped-for-pie:

In honor of back-to-school.

dickdickdickdickdickdickdickdick:

"how to perfect the natural, no makeup look"

step 1. you will need these 27 cosmetic products

bowenarrow96:

literally same

bowenarrow96:

literally same

blomskvist:

film genre meme: [3/10] drama » Lilja 4-ever (2002)

"I’m not going to die. I’m going to America."