2014 Toronto International Film Festival - “Before We Go” Premiere

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 As has always been the case, I don’t require your help.

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MACBETH: do you think I would make a good king
LADY MACBETH skateboards across the hall
LADY MACBETH: king of jerking off maybe

#my fave  #text  #lol  



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48/ edits of  the gorgeous Emma Stone


Natasha’s grinding Anderson’s gears in BLACK WIDOW #12

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If you were my family I might do the same, I don’t know. But I’m not helping cause this is right. This is ugly, man.

Blue Ruin (2013)

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How to describe Frank? Mostly, he seems friendly. Though sometimes.. a little intense. He can hide himself away for days at a time. What goes on inside that head.. inside that head??

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If anyone ever tries to tell you that you may only hold ONE opinion about a piece of art or entertainment, immediately push that person into a mud puddle. Then hang back and watch that person get chased away by bees, because bees hate wet liars. Not to sound overly political, but one of the worst things about the internet is how it forces all conversations to be about whether something is good or bad and nothing in between. Then, we must rank everything, always rank everything, the internet commands us. This thing is better than that thing, or that thing is better than this thing, and this is a think piece about a good thing that is actually awful, and here are exactly 29 ways that Katy Perry was flawless while slapping a burrito out of Pauly Shore’s hand. But life is not that simple and never should be. Yes, it is fun to say that “Teen Wolf is the best show on TV,” and in most ways that is a true statement—but it’s also a statement of false importance. Because when it comes to opinions, we don’t have just one single thought about something, we have a whole spectrum of them all at the same time! You can “like” something in general but also recognize that your true feelings are a range of “maybe didn’t like this but loved this.” Guess what? That is what good art should make you feel. LOTS of things.

  September 12, 2014 at 11:54am

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