30th September, 2014

posted 23 hours ago

i feel like i outgrew college like 2 years ago

kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

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29th September, 2014

posted 2 days ago

all i want out of life is a You’re Next mask

stayforthecredits:

[SPOILERS WITHIN]
I was lucky enough to be on set when you guys were shooting the “meat-cute” sequence, and everyone was a little unsure of whether that was going to be too “inside” a joke to make it into the cut. Luckily it did, but what was the threshold of jokes that might be too over the audience’s head?
JONAH HILL: That’s a good question. The red herring thing no one understands but it makes me laugh really hard. There’s a joke I don’t think people necessarily pick up on where we’re in a car chase and the whole time we’re talking about how much money is wasted, and we hit an ATM machine and money flies everywhere. That to me is, like, what the movie is, you know? (laughs) Look how stupid sequels are, they’re just wasting money. That’s why Phil and Chris are so good at setting that tone and making that able to happen in the movie. I don’t think it’s something any of the audiences I’ve been with really laugh at or pick up on. The Cate Blanchett/carte blanche joke, those things are really funny but I don’t know who they appeal to.
CHANNING TATUM: I don’t know who’s gonna know the “Annie Hall” joke but the bit still works as an actual scene that proves something storywise. That works on two different levels, that’s a reason why Woody Allen put it in the movie because it actually works, but only cinephiles will know what that scene is with the lobster and everything. It’s great.
HILL: My sense of humor within this film is just based on character. Who these people are, why they do the things they do psychologically. In all their movies Phil and Chris always have three different layers to every joke. That level I usually bring to stuff, like base human behavior, and they do like what the smartest most meta comedian would find funny, and then what a four-year-old would find funny. All within three layers of the same bit. That’s why their movies are so interesting. I don’t know how many people are gonna pick up on the “Benjamin Hill School of Cinema Studies”, that’s a really intricate joke. (laughs) That’s why they’re so great, ’cause they got that sign made! That actually took work to get that for a joke that no one’s gonna understand, pretty much!
(via)

stayforthecredits:

[SPOILERS WITHIN]

I was lucky enough to be on set when you guys were shooting the “meat-cute” sequence, and everyone was a little unsure of whether that was going to be too “inside” a joke to make it into the cut. Luckily it did, but what was the threshold of jokes that might be too over the audience’s head?

JONAH HILL: That’s a good question. The red herring thing no one understands but it makes me laugh really hard. There’s a joke I don’t think people necessarily pick up on where we’re in a car chase and the whole time we’re talking about how much money is wasted, and we hit an ATM machine and money flies everywhere. That to me is, like, what the movie is, you know? (laughs) Look how stupid sequels are, they’re just wasting money. That’s why Phil and Chris are so good at setting that tone and making that able to happen in the movie. I don’t think it’s something any of the audiences I’ve been with really laugh at or pick up on. The Cate Blanchett/carte blanche joke, those things are really funny but I don’t know who they appeal to.

CHANNING TATUM: I don’t know who’s gonna know the “Annie Hall” joke but the bit still works as an actual scene that proves something storywise. That works on two different levels, that’s a reason why Woody Allen put it in the movie because it actually works, but only cinephiles will know what that scene is with the lobster and everything. It’s great.

HILL: My sense of humor within this film is just based on character. Who these people are, why they do the things they do psychologically. In all their movies Phil and Chris always have three different layers to every joke. That level I usually bring to stuff, like base human behavior, and they do like what the smartest most meta comedian would find funny, and then what a four-year-old would find funny. All within three layers of the same bit. That’s why their movies are so interesting. I don’t know how many people are gonna pick up on the “Benjamin Hill School of Cinema Studies”, that’s a really intricate joke. (laughs) That’s why they’re so great, ’cause they got that sign made! That actually took work to get that for a joke that no one’s gonna understand, pretty much!

(via)


27th September, 2014

likeafieldmouse:

Read Blindness by Jorge Luis Borges in its entirety here, 
& here’s a free link to his Collected Fictions, too. 

likeafieldmouse:

Read Blindness by Jorge Luis Borges in its entirety here

& here’s a free link to his Collected Fictions, too. 


26th September, 2014

hexoplexo:

Sabato Visconti

hexoplexo:

Sabato Visconti

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25th September, 2014

enochliew:

Lenox Hill Healthplex by Perkins Eastman

Designed by Albert Ledner in 1964 as the headquarters of the National Maritime Union, restored as a health care facility. 

(Source: perkinseastman.com)

the-gasoline-station:

Postmodern industry. Ljubljana, Slovenia. September 2014.
by Scavenged Luxury

the-gasoline-station:

Postmodern industry. Ljubljana, Slovenia. September 2014.

by Scavenged Luxury


posted 6 days ago

i’m actually studying french on a daily basis now and for the first time today i felt like i was actually just speaking french without thinking about it

pretty pretty princess with malcolm, sammi, and freddy

pretty pretty princess with malcolm, sammi, and freddy

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egg-u:

mint

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24th September, 2014

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23rd September, 2014

(Source: russiancohle, via cinemastatic)

5 min to criterion lady. v nervous.

5 min to criterion lady. v nervous.


22nd September, 2014

posted 1 week ago

deathbystiricide:

I just left the most awkward voicemail of my life for an alum who works at the Criterion Collection.

OHMYGOD SHE EMAILED ME BACK