"I love the past, cause I hate suspense"

Black Rimmed Blogger.
21 year old film student attending college in the great city of Chicago.

I enjoy films, high quality television, good music, Woody Allen, beautiful women, handsome men I wish I was, and the occasional sexy thing.

gnarly:

reasons to date me:
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heropirate:

Bob scrubbin’ your blog.

Thanks bob

kinggjayysshit:

heropirate:

Bob scrubbin’ your blog.

Thanks bob

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puking:

life is hard when you’re shy and just below average looking

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post-twee:

slow-riot:

David Byrne writes a song in line at the grocery store: Psycho Killer, Nescafé

David Byrne writes a song about the homicidal tendencies of the lead singer from boy band 98 Degrees: Psycho Killer, Nick Lachey.

A snippet of dialogue from my @nbcparksandrec spec script, with a special cameo from my writing fuel. #parksandrec @nbctv #tv #writing

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Vampire Weekend - Hannah Hunt

thepatformist:

Vampire Weekend - Hannah Hunt

In a recent interview, Ezra Koenig has said that while he worked on ‘Hannah Hunt’ for about 7 years, he finds that it could not have worked as a track on either of the first two albums. This, if anything, should be some indication of the tone and direction of the New York quartet’s third outing Modern Vampires of the City. The track itself is a mastery of minimalism by Vampire Weekend’s standards. It’s not as ornate with an abundance of influences, but perhaps takes the group’s sound into a place Weekend haven’t necessarily ventured into before. The more restrained bass, percussion, and piano leave room for an instrument that is sometimes too often overlooked: Koenig’s voice. His soft crooning ties all the subtle details of the track together. The lyrics are rich with details and imagery from talk of “crawling vines and weeping willows” to “freezing beaches” that also translate to the beautiful sonic textures that unfold as the track progresses.

The key line that Koenig repeats is one that goes “Though we live on the US dollar / you and me, we got our own sense of time.” It represents the essence of the track, which is ultimately about a relationship that once was. It perfectly captures that feeling you get when you’re with that one person, that significant other. Things feel right in a way that only the two of you understand, and it’s apart from everything and everyone else in the world. But as the song reaches the marvelous piano breakdown and as the vocals intensify, it becomes clear that sometimes things just don’t work out despite your best efforts. In this way, Vampire Weekend have indeed matured and grown up. Not only have they mastered a slower, more minimal arrangement with a wonderful build-up, but they’ve also seen and learned, loved and lost. These lessons come together beautifully and effortlessly in ‘Hannah Hunt,’ being indicative of where they’ve been, where they are, and how they’ve felt along the way.

-thepatformist

In my opinion, just like Back to the Future is a perfect (not my favorite, but a perfect representation) of a film, Hannah Hunt is a perfect song.

savleighm:

The fact that Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian Mckellen are best friends in real life makes me so happy

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irene-sherlocked-adler:

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fuckyeah-nerdery:

S.H.I.E.L.D.’s public relations department decides to take nice photos of the Avengers so that they can send them to the media whenever the team goes public. They somehow manage to convince Thor to put on normal clothes and get through the photoshoots pretty quickly.

Except Tony wouldn’t stop preening and duck facing. They eventually gave up and used the “best” one. To this day, Tony still gets the stink eye from the head of PR.

I also accept this headcanon

Accepted


 

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