"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

(via dog-tooth)

rafibomb:

Like, no doy, Bri-guy.
rafibomb:

Like, no doy, Bri-guy.

rafibomb:

Like, no doy, Bri-guy.

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anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..
anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..

anentirelynewhunger:

Alright, I gotta go talk to the manager, see what he knows. You take care of the car..

(via kane52630)

"The celluloid strip is a bloodstream to me." —Nicholas Ray

(via movienut14)


Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?Apocalypse Now (1979)dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself?
Apocalypse Now (1979)
dir. Francis Ford Coppola

(via movienut14)


─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.
─ we’re flawed because we want so much more. we’re ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had.

(via movienut14)

classicmoviescenes:

The match cut is a cut between two shots which match graphically. This match establishes a sense of continuity and interconnectedness between two different spatial or temporal spheres.
Psycho (1960), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962), directed by David Lean.
The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick.
classicmoviescenes:

The match cut is a cut between two shots which match graphically. This match establishes a sense of continuity and interconnectedness between two different spatial or temporal spheres.
Psycho (1960), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962), directed by David Lean.
The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick.
classicmoviescenes:

The match cut is a cut between two shots which match graphically. This match establishes a sense of continuity and interconnectedness between two different spatial or temporal spheres.
Psycho (1960), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962), directed by David Lean.
The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick.
classicmoviescenes:

The match cut is a cut between two shots which match graphically. This match establishes a sense of continuity and interconnectedness between two different spatial or temporal spheres.
Psycho (1960), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962), directed by David Lean.
The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick.

classicmoviescenes:

The match cut is a cut between two shots which match graphically. This match establishes a sense of continuity and interconnectedness between two different spatial or temporal spheres.

Psycho (1960), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Lawrence of Arabia (1962), directed by David Lean.

The Graduate (1967), directed by Mike Nichols.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick.

(via movienut14)

bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow
bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow

bestnatesmithever:

perzadook:

POST # 15,000

The secret to a good high five is to watch their elbow

(via ruinedchildhood)

fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley

fuckyeah1990s:

Godzilla vs. Charles Barkley

“…solitude is not to be recommended to everyone, for you have to be strong in order to bear it and act alone.”
— Paul Gauguin, The Writings of a Savage (via paulgauguin-art)

(via fuckyeahexistentialism)

“Just because there’s an end doesn’t mean existence has meaning. An end point is simply set up as a temporary market, or perhaps as an indirect metaphor for the fleeting nature of existence.”
— Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running (via bookmania)

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