little-yellow-canary:

sher-lokid-asgardian:

don-t-leave-me-in-the-dark:

lokidarlling:

durpdido:

caliboylove:

troyesivan:

joshpeckofficiall:

look out world, july cinnabon flavored coffee chillatta is on his way

june matzoh ball soup

January Nachos

March chicken 😂

April cheeseburger

December porkchop is hititn these streets

April pizza

august muffin 


February Meatballs

little-yellow-canary:

sher-lokid-asgardian:

don-t-leave-me-in-the-dark:

lokidarlling:

durpdido:

caliboylove:

troyesivan:

joshpeckofficiall:

look out world, july cinnabon flavored coffee chillatta is on his way

june matzoh ball soup

January Nachos

March chicken 😂

April cheeseburger

December porkchop is hititn these streets

April pizza

august muffin 

February Meatballs

(Source: vfilthy)

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nathanbarrios:

I’m the guy that makes stunt performers take multiple kicks to the head for the pleasure of what I hope is a captivated audience. I ask a lot of people. I deal in blood and mayhem. As a kid I was obsessed, and still am to this day with the incredible work done by my childhood heroes. My friends and I would re-enact everything we had seen, remaking our favourite films in my back garden. We were 8-year old kids running around, swinging punches and kicks, diving across the lawn. Back then I wanted to be an actor, back then I wanted to be Jackie Chan. But a few years and a lot of burgers later, and I set aside those aspirations and moved in a somewhat less physically demanding direction.

So why film? Why not any other medium? I can conjure up ideas and images in my mind - scenes and situations that I can see and hear in great clarity when it’s just me, a notepad and a pen. But getting these thoughts to exist in reality purely by my own means is impossible. I’ve never been gifted when it came to art. I lack the patience and expertise to be a photographer and as everyone who knows me well would confess my rhythm, or lack of it for that matter, has always been in the way of any musical aspirations I may have once had.

I’ve had to search for a means of expression. And so now, I’m a director. I gather a large group of insanely talented artists to do the hard work for me. To make each image, performance and scene come alive as I dreamt them. They do all this while at the end of the each project I get to take credit for the vast majority of it. But it’s the teamwork and the efforts of a dedicated crew that make any film a success, not a sole voice. As I orchestrate a fight sequence it becomes an ever changing, living, breathing piece of work that shifts with the improvisation and creativity of others. Sometimes nature will play a hand making the intention of each movement differ, sometimes for the worse but occasionally for the best.

I downplay my abilities in other mediums, and I genuinely would love to be better at each. But the truth is, the most breathtaking landscape paintings, the most amazing still moments captured forever in a photograph and the most touching chord of a piece of poetry in music just doesn’t come close to those 24 little frames of perfection when my fighters give it up so that their audience can draw a collective gasp as they witness that all too brief but crystal clear shot of a kick to the head.

- Gareth Huw Evans, Director’s Statement for The Raid (x)

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"You’re a wee little puppet man!"

This was the best episode of anything ever do not tell me otherwise.

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stfuram:

Before me and Becky were close, Jack was going through fb and when there was a photo of me he said to ‘watch out for that one’

AND HEY, LOOK NOW WE’RE BEST FRIENDS.

Jack says the same thing about me to people. I’m still waiting for a new best friend.

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It’s great how we finish each other’s

Disney’s Frozen is great and everything…

But was anyone else hoping for this post-credits sequence?

Queen Elsa has just come back to her quarters after a hard day of being an awesome ruler.

There’s a voice from the other end of the room. It’s Samuel L Jackson’s.

Jackson: Not bad those Ice powers, right? You think you’re the only one? Your Majesty, you’ve become part of a bigger universe. You just don’t know it yet.

Elsa: Who are you?

He reveals himself… as FROZONE.

Frozone: I’m Frozone. I’m here to talk to you about the Incredibles Initiative.

CUT TO BLACK!

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directingfilm:

A couple of weeks ago I went to go see the final NYC screening of Godfrey Reggio’s film Visitors. This is a picture of the theater.
It’s empty, just like the last film I went to, All is Lost - starring Robert Redford and nominated for 2 Golden Globes (Best Male Performance, Best Original Score) and 1 Academy Award (Sound Editing).
Like those who lament the state of politics but refuse to get involved or vote, those who lament the state of independent voices in cinema are often the last to buy a ticket and see something unique like Visitors.
Fervor doesn’t fund films, money does. It’s too costly for most independent voices to distribute to cineplexes; I’m afraid that things are going to get worse before they get better for big screens across the world. However, I’m optimistic there are technological solutions, such as DCP packages or a physical/streaming equivalent, will become more affordable to produce.
The only question is whether or not the audiences will come in and take a seat.
~ü

directingfilm:

A couple of weeks ago I went to go see the final NYC screening of Godfrey Reggio’s film Visitors. This is a picture of the theater.

It’s empty, just like the last film I went to, All is Lost - starring Robert Redford and nominated for 2 Golden Globes (Best Male Performance, Best Original Score) and 1 Academy Award (Sound Editing).

Like those who lament the state of politics but refuse to get involved or vote, those who lament the state of independent voices in cinema are often the last to buy a ticket and see something unique like Visitors.

Fervor doesn’t fund films, money does. It’s too costly for most independent voices to distribute to cineplexes; I’m afraid that things are going to get worse before they get better for big screens across the world. However, I’m optimistic there are technological solutions, such as DCP packages or a physical/streaming equivalent, will become more affordable to produce.

The only question is whether or not the audiences will come in and take a seat.

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vikkisayso asked: Joe!!! I miss you!!!

VIKKI!!! I miss you too!

I have a crush on a puppeteer, but I’m not sure if I should ask her out. I’m afraid she’ll just string me along.

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themaidenofthetree:

I want you to imagine a ten year old version of yourself sitting right there on this couch. Now this is the little girl who first believed that she was fat, and ugly, and an embarrassment.

I haven’t watched this show, but this (not all of it) fucking hit home hard.

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