Member of The Internet Defense League Two-Way Monologues

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I’m Not There (2007) 

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"The most important keyword to me was ‘train’ and the structure of the narrative reflects that. It’s simple: Curtis travels from the very last section of the train to the front. So the different carriages represent different stages in the story – every time you enter a new car, it’s like a new world that the characters are experiencing." 

– Joon-ho Bong on the design of the train cars.

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You write your snide bullshit from a dark room because that’s what the angry do nowadays.

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 Lost in Translation (2003) + windows 

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He remembers those vanished years. As though looking through a dusty window pane, the past is something he could see, but not touch. And everything he sees is blurred and indistinct. 

In The Mood For Love (2000)

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the best moment in film history

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just because a movie got negative reviews doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to like it and just because a movie got awards and is “critically acclaimed” doesn’t mean it has to be the greatest movie to you

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Happy Birthday, director-writer-producer-lens flare enthusiast Jeffrey Jacob Abrams (June 27th, 1966)!

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Production DesignBlade Runner (1982)

by Lawrence G. Paull

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This is very, very difficult. But sometimes children are bad people, too. Hanna - (2011)

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Nazi ain’t got no humanity. They’re the foot soldiers of a Jew-hatin’, mass murderin’ maniac and they need to be dee-stroyed.


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"Hard Candy" 


"Hard Candy" 


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