Shit I won't watch


t3chn0ir:

‘What are we doing? Where are we going, home? … Yeah, home.’
Upstream Color (2013)

t3chn0ir:

‘What are we doing? Where are we going, home? … Yeah, home.’

Upstream Color (2013)

(via fygirlcrush)

— 10 months ago with 1139 notes
#upstream color  #gif 

snapeschristmaslist:

Endless list of things that should have been in the movies
↳ Prisoner of Azkaban, p 120

“Then you should know, Potter, that Sybill Trelawney has predicted the death of one student a year since she arrived at this school. None of them has died yet. Seeing death omens is her favourite way of greeting a new class.”

(via jujuseed)

— 10 months ago with 157805 notes
#harry potter 

justrebellion:

publicity stills of Sue Lyon in Lolita, photographed by Bert Stern for Look Magazine, 1962

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— 1 year ago with 14704 notes
#sue lyon  #lolita 
ginobambino:

rping-gifs:

Sam Riley in On The Road

I loved the book so my hopes were high for this adaptation. I really wanted to like it. 
While the art direction was great and the camera work pleasing, the whole thing felt directionless. (Maybe it was edited this way to evoke the restlessness of a vagabond experience, but some scenes could’ve been cut to make the end product tighter and more focused.) It’s a shame because Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Amy Adams, Tom Sturridge and yes, even Kristen “Breathing Is Acting” Stewart turned in truly heartfelt performances. I kept hoping that it would pick up and get better, but that never happened.
You know a film is excellent when two and a half hours leaves you wanting more. It’s bad when two and a half hours feels like four days. Unfortunately, On The Road belongs in the latter category.  

ginobambino:

rping-gifs:

Sam Riley in On The Road

I loved the book so my hopes were high for this adaptation. I really wanted to like it. 

While the art direction was great and the camera work pleasing, the whole thing felt directionless. (Maybe it was edited this way to evoke the restlessness of a vagabond experience, but some scenes could’ve been cut to make the end product tighter and more focused.) It’s a shame because Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Amy Adams, Tom Sturridge and yes, even Kristen “Breathing Is Acting” Stewart turned in truly heartfelt performances. I kept hoping that it would pick up and get better, but that never happened.

You know a film is excellent when two and a half hours leaves you wanting more. It’s bad when two and a half hours feels like four days. Unfortunately, On The Road belongs in the latter category.  

— 1 year ago with 28 notes
#on the road  #sam riley  #walter salles 
now-watching:

Sobbing because of Rupert’s hair [;_;] “A Room with a View” (1985), dir. James Ivory

now-watching:

Sobbing because of Rupert’s hair [;_;] “A Room with a View” (1985), dir. James Ivory

— 1 year ago with 23 notes
#Rupert Graves  #film  #A Room With a View  #James Ivory  #Merchant Ivory 
now-watching:

Helena Bonham-Carter fainting in “A Room with a View” (1985), dir. James Ivory

now-watching:

Helena Bonham-Carter fainting in “A Room with a View” (1985), dir. James Ivory

— 1 year ago with 17 notes
#Helena Bonham Carter  #film  #A Room with a View  #James Ivory  #Merchant Ivory