Shit I won't watch


darklingwater:

Tokyo Story (1953) directed by Yasujirō Ozu 

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— 2 weeks ago with 266 notes
#tokyo story 

"… but you will. You know, you will think of things. And I’ll get bored with you and feel trapped because that’s what happens with me."

"… but you will. You know, you will think of things. And I’ll get bored with you and feel trapped because that’s what happens with me."

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— 3 weeks ago with 144470 notes
#eternal sunshine of the spotless mind  #love 

I have all the characteristics of a human being: blood, flesh, skin, hair; but not a single, clear, identifiable emotion, except for greed and disgust. Something horrible is happening inside of me and I don’t know why. My nightly bloodlust has overflown into my days. I feel lethal, on the verge of frenzy. I think my mask of sanity is about to slip.

American Psycho (2000)

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— 3 weeks ago with 8182 notes
#american psycho 

We’re in love. We just want to be together. What’s wrong with that?” - Moonrise Kingdom (2013)

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— 3 weeks ago with 9156 notes
#moonrise kingdom  #wes anderson 

The Shining - The Overlook Hotel

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— 1 month ago with 1680 notes
#the shining  #stanley kubrick 

mymissus:

"I remember reading something Paul Thomas Anderson said, that you can often feel betrayed by films, because you’ve seen this moment dramatized before in a film, and I guess that’s what the moment in Magnolia where Philip Seymour Hoffman says, “This is part of the movie where you help someone out” is about. There’s no way of putting the genie back in the bottle, that kind of awareness of dramatized moments; you can’t erase it. In the most horrific circumstances of natural disaster, one of the main things that people are saying, “God, it looks like a film.” The moments when you should feel the most connected to things, there’s this awful, dissonant, alienating thing that occurs. I think that’s slightly what Oliver’s suffering from. He almost can’t take moments seriously, because he’s seen them before. To me, that seemed interesting, and isn’t done that much. Scream kind of did it. I think those first two Scream films are incredible, and The Faculty. There’s a real pocket of brilliant writing that Kevin Williamson did in the first season of Dawson’s Creek, which I loved. I really loved Kevin Williamson.” -Richard Ayoade

I’m fairly sure I’ve reblogged this before and that I’ve said the following thing before but - this really starts one place and ends another and I am equally on board with both places.

— 1 month ago with 9100 notes
#richard ayoade  #submarine