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Oh my god.

SO DREAMY

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jackteagle:

Finally finished these two large paintings last night.

jackteagle:

Finally finished these two large paintings last night.

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truthandmovies:

"I think that movies are different things to different people. To me, they’re a really important part of cultural identity. They’re a great touchstone to who we were and what were on about at any given time. You look back to the cinema of the ’70s and ’80s and you see all different types of actors and palettes. It wasn’t so much about physical perfection. You had very odd leading men. It’s interesting how movies and culture reflect who we are. You’ll find that the movie business is paid for by those mega movies. The movie business is paid for by Big Macs. By movies as product. Movie studios use that term “product” all the time. Product? You mean you have a lot of stories? No, we have a lot of product. You have stories."

– DAVID FINCHER

READ THE FULL “GONE GIRL” INTERVIEW WITH DAVID FINCHER ON LITTLE WHITE LIES 

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You should watch The Honorable Woman, too. I really can’t stress this enough. Watch this show.

I spoke with Blick this week, as the series wraps up its U.S. run, about the ideas underneath the globe-trotting, gunfire, and gorgeous clothes; Gyllenhaal’s performance; and the infinite possibilities found in this limited-series format.

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theplaylistfilm:

The most anticipated film left of 2014? 1st trailer for A MOST VIOLENT YEAR starring Jessica Chastain & Oscar Isaac as directed by J.C Chandor (“All Is Lost”) Plus A new poster. 

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP
M E D U  S A Spider-Man’s Tangled Web #21 (Feb. 2003)Darwyn Cooke (pencils), J. Bone (inks) & Matt Hollingsworth (colors)

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COMIC BOOK CLOSE UP

M E D U  S A 
Spider-Man’s Tangled Web #21 (Feb. 2003)
Darwyn Cooke (pencils), J. Bone (inks) & Matt Hollingsworth (colors)

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We watched all of True Detective not because I have any particular interest in crime fiction or serial killer narratives but because I’d heard things about it that suggested something a little more unusual. People were comparing it (wrongly) to Twin Peaks, and they were (rightly) talking about Thomas Ligotti, which is bound to get my attention. And now that I’ve finished the series, I see where they were coming from — Nic Pizzolatto, the show’s lead writer and creator, has clearly done his reading in that area — but I’ve no idea how the plagiarism question could ever possibly be resolved (if it even is a real question). I doubt whether Thomas Ligotti would care about it either way.

I didn’t like that True Detective has no real female characters. The women in the show are either victims or simply exist to belittle and harass the male leads, and their suffering — of which there is a great deal — exists primarily to outline the unknowable darkness in a world of men. It’s a mixed-up version of the madonna-whore complex, and whether or not it is inherited from the show’s origins in generic pulp fiction, I found this aspect regrettable and uninteresting.

But at first it seemed to be different! The starting points were somewhat predictable — the grisly ritualised murder, the straight cop paired up with a dangerous free-thinking maverick, the obsession with investigation as a kind of rarified asceticism — but the look and feel of the thing was incredible. Louisiana cast in sharp blocks of colour, a world towering inside my TV like the set of a giant diorama. I liked the symbols and the ideas more than I liked any promise of a resolution; most of all I liked the idea that there might not even be any resolution. 

(spoilers to follow.)

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sleepssundays:

New Sicko Mobb is great and making me wish I could do emojis, because that’s probably the only accurate way of expressing the exact kind of good this makes me feel.

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The Knick (Soderbergh, S01E03, 2014) 

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crystalleww:

  1. Women love to qualify. Honestly, this is a trait we don’t value enough because perceptions of “confidence” or whatever, but it’s so thoughtful to lay out your reasoning. Sometimes, women love to qualify their opinions with a degree of uncertainty: “I’m not an expert on the topic, but…” I edit…
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