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HOLY.
SHIT.

Give Sarah Paulson her Emmy right this second.  (Pretty good special effects, too; only one instance where it looked fake.)

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I shouldn’t be surprised.  Not because it’s Rush Hour specifically, but because this is the age we live in now, when everything is never ending and nothing is original.  Rush Hour lends itself well to the conceit of a television show, either a sitcom or a one hour adventure/comedy, but I feel the need to paraphrase Dr. Ian Malcolm: just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

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One time I waited outside a woman’s house for five days just to show her how serious I was about wanting to drill her. Turns out, it was the wrong house. She loved the story anyway. We got to third base. Over the pants.

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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.

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stayforthecredits:


Sundays.



One other thing Murray won’t do: He won’t say what he whispered to Scarlett Johansson at the end of Lost in Translation.
“I guess the answer is, there’s somethin’ that makes it impossible to tell,” he says. “But I’ll tell ya a good story about it. I’m gettin’ on the ferry at Martha’s Vineyard, and some guy yells out from across the way, ‘Bill, what’d ya say to her?’ Everyone hears him ask, and I pause for a second with my mouth open and start to speak. And as I start to speak, the foghorn sounds, about a twenty-five-second blast, and I just”—Murray starts moving his lips silently—“I acted it out like I was saying something really sincere, and the crowd laughed so hard. It was great. I couldn’t have bought that moment.” 
—  The Master: Bill Murray. Bill Murray is 64 today.

stayforthecredits:

Sundays.

One other thing Murray won’t do: He won’t say what he whispered to Scarlett Johansson at the end of Lost in Translation.

“I guess the answer is, there’s somethin’ that makes it impossible to tell,” he says. “But I’ll tell ya a good story about it. I’m gettin’ on the ferry at Martha’s Vineyard, and some guy yells out from across the way, ‘Bill, what’d ya say to her?’ Everyone hears him ask, and I pause for a second with my mouth open and start to speak. And as I start to speak, the foghorn sounds, about a twenty-five-second blast, and I just”—Murray starts moving his lips silently—“I acted it out like I was saying something really sincere, and the crowd laughed so hard. It was great. I couldn’t have bought that moment.” 

—  The Master: Bill Murray. Bill Murray is 64 today.

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mellowvator:

"Always wash your berries before you eat them.

And fly toward the sun.”

- Pigeon Man (1997)

Holy crap, I completely forgot about this episode.  This was such a beautiful scene.  Who knew Hey Arnold! could be so moving?

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chrisdaps:

I am Bob.

chrisdaps:

I am Bob.

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popculturebrain:

Book Trailer: NPH’s ‘Choose Your Own Autobiography

NATIONAL TREASURE.

(Join me in pre-ordering this instantly.)

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A complicated book to adapt, to say the least, but then again, so was Fight Club and Choke, and they pulled those off (the former more than the latter, in my eyes, but still).  However, I don’t know how Franco is behind the camera; I’ve yet to see any of his directorial efforts.  But Franco in front of the camera, potentially as Rant Casey?  That makes sense to me.

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Fantastic. One man’s cancellation of Crisis is another man’s gain.

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