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fuckyeahmovieposters:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Anne LaClair

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Anne LaClair

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brightwalldarkroom:

Ladies and Gentlemen: ISSUE #11 IS HERE! 
(Go, read, subscribe!)
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Bright Wall/Dark Room, April 2014: The Magnificent Andersons
Letter from the Editor (free)
No, Man, It’s Not Evil. It’s An Illusion.Elizabeth Cantwell on Boogie Nights
A Film in a Minor KeyAndrew Root on Magnolia
Like I’d Never Seen BeforeMichael Arbeiter on Punch-Drunk Love
I Just Wanna Feel EverythingAlexandra Tanner on Violence, Love, and Emotion in the Films of Wes and Paul Thomas Anderson
Growing Up with Bottle RocketDaniel Reynolds on Bottle Rocket
Les Enfants TerriblesKarina Wolf on The Royal Tenenbaums
I’m Trying to Tell You the Truth About MyselfBebe Ballroom on Fantastic Mr. Fox
Wes Anderson is Looney TunesMichelle Said on The Grand Budapest Hotel
Is This the (Hyper) Real Life?a comic by Marieke Pras

And here’s mine.
PAUL’S PHIL
"If there is a central thesis to the working relationship between PTA and PSH, it’s that Paul treated Phil as his emotional muse, and the role of Phil Parma (Magnolia) is an undeniable product of that kinship.”

brightwalldarkroom:

Ladies and Gentlemen: ISSUE #11 IS HERE! 

(Go, read, subscribe!)

—-

Bright Wall/Dark Room, April 2014: The Magnificent Andersons


Letter from the Editor
 (free)

No, Man, It’s Not Evil. It’s An Illusion.
Elizabeth Cantwell on Boogie Nights

A Film in a Minor Key
Andrew Root on Magnolia

Like I’d Never Seen Before
Michael Arbeiter on Punch-Drunk Love

I Just Wanna Feel Everything
Alexandra Tanner on Violence, Love, and Emotion in the Films of Wes and Paul Thomas Anderson

Growing Up with Bottle Rocket
Daniel Reynolds on Bottle Rocket

Les Enfants Terribles
Karina Wolf on The Royal Tenenbaums

I’m Trying to Tell You the Truth About Myself
Bebe Ballroom on Fantastic Mr. Fox

Wes Anderson is Looney Tunes
Michelle Said on The Grand Budapest Hotel

Is This the (Hyper) Real Life?
a comic by Marieke Pras

And here’s mine.

PAUL’S PHIL

"If there is a central thesis to the working relationship between PTA and PSH, it’s that Paul treated Phil as his emotional muse, and the role of Phil Parma (Magnolia) is an undeniable product of that kinship.”

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“I think they’re both wounded warriors who don’t bleed on other people. Cap has no one to bleed on. I think Sam knows how to handle people like that. … Sometimes when things are bad, trusting a stranger is the way to go.” - Chris Evans.

Finally saw this. It was super duper fun. The action alone is worth the price of admission.

Also FALCON.

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eltigrechico:

redsuspenders:

The Last Samurai starring Tom Cruise

The Last of the Mohicans starring Daniel Day-Lewis

The Mexican starring Brad Pitt

Prince of Persia starring Jake Gyllenhaal

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buzzfeed:

Everything You Need To Know About Domino’s Terrifying Fried Chicken Pizza Crust

HOW IS THIS ANY DIFFERENT THAN WINGS AND NACHOS!!?!?!

WHY DO YOU PEOPLE INSIST ON BEING GROSSED OUT BY FUCKING E V E R Y T H I N G ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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the-one-blog-to-rule-them-all:

i think it would be neat if netflix doubled as a dating site like “here are 9 other singles in your area that watched supernatural for 12 straight hours”

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stupidlittletuftybeard:

Never noticed the Tami Taylor face before.

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brightwalldarkroom:

Coming very, very soon:
A brand new issue, focusing entirely on the films of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson - get it the minute it’s available by subscribing to Bright Wall/Dark Room Magazine now!
We’re putting the finishing touches on it as we speak, and can’t wait for you to see it. As our art director, Brianna Ashby, is possibly the biggest Wes Anderson fan on the planet (yes, she’s even had theme parties), you can just imagine how much fun she had doing the artwork for some of these. Consider this cover a taste of things come!

Here’s a thing that I wrote that will NOT be in this issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room.
PAUL’S PHIL
"Their work together is seminal, representing the best of their generation, and outside of their successes they were simply great friends, two guys who understood each other implicitly. For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."

brightwalldarkroom:

Coming very, very soon:

A brand new issue, focusing entirely on the films of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson - get it the minute it’s available by subscribing to Bright Wall/Dark Room Magazine now!

We’re putting the finishing touches on it as we speak, and can’t wait for you to see it. As our art director, Brianna Ashby, is possibly the biggest Wes Anderson fan on the planet (yes, she’s even had theme parties), you can just imagine how much fun she had doing the artwork for some of these. Consider this cover a taste of things come!

Here’s a thing that I wrote that will NOT be in this issue of Bright Wall/Dark Room.

PAUL’S PHIL

"Their work together is seminal, representing the best of their generation, and outside of their successes they were simply great friends, two guys who understood each other implicitly. For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."

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wertzofwisdom:

"For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."
READ THE REST

wertzofwisdom:

"For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."

READ THE REST

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"For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."
READ THE REST

"For both men, the creative process is merely a quest for simple truths, a foray into characters they respect, and often fear — a hunt for humanity in drama."

READ THE REST

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handaxe:

language is not immutable, in fact, language erosion is a necessary part of an ever-evolving literacy as you can see from the fact that WE DO NOT STILL SPEAK LIKE IT IS THE MIDDLE AGES

SO GET THE FUCKETH OUTTA HERE WITH THY PRESCRIPTIVIST HORSESHITE

this is a good point though.

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marvelentertainment:

Get a look at the crew, plus a peek behind-the-scenes in four new images from Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” in theaters August 1! http://bit.ly/1ggQ4I9

people can shit on marvel all they want, but they are certainly doing their best to tell compelling stories.

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reasonsmysoniscrying:

"His dinner isn’t ready."
Submitted By: Michelle C.
Location: UK

reasonsmysoniscrying:

"His dinner isn’t ready."
Submitted By: Michelle C.
Location: UK