Sep 2 ·11:33am

Andrew McMahon's Life After Pop Punk | BuzzFeed

popculturebrain:

How is “Cecilia and the Satellite” not a huge hit already?

Aug 29 ·01:08pm
fuckyeahtattoos:

Pitbull-tattoo. Artist: Angry Fox (Татьяна Кирпичева)
Ekaterinburg, Russia

fuckyeahtattoos:

Pitbull-tattoo. Artist: Angry Fox (Татьяна Кирпичева)

Ekaterinburg, Russia

Aug 29 ·11:14am
rlyhigh:


me in 90% of situations

rlyhigh:

me in 90% of situations

Aug 29 ·11:14am

theimpalaslovechild:

and in that moment, everyone’s heart broke

Aug 28 ·11:51am
whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Choose your words carefully.

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Choose your words carefully.

Aug 28 ·11:30am

Fog (by Michellisphoto)

Aug 26 ·11:11am
pagets:

Obsession With an Obsession: The Making of Foxcatcher

Foxcatcher is an exploration of two worlds—extreme wealth and Olympic-level wrestling—and of the dissociation that total immersion in either can bring about. The movie—which stars Steve Carell as the stiff, disconnected, vain du Pont, and Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo as brothers Mark and Dave Schultz, the wrestlers with whom he became obsessed—entered the Cannes Film Festival in May unseen. Ten days later, it emerged as what Variety’s film critic Justin Chang called “perhaps the [festival’s] sole credible awards season heavyweight,” winning acclaim on the order of Miller’s other two features, Capote and Moneyball, and a six-minute ovation. 
Advance attention has focused on the performances—Carell’s startling physical and vocal transformation, Tatum’s deep dive into a character more complex and troubled than any he’s played, and Ruffalo’s continuation, in the wake of HBO’s The Normal Heart, of what he happily calls “the kind of year that most years aren’t.” But at Cannes, most of the attention paid was to Miller, who became the first American filmmaker in seven years to win the festival’s Best Director award. “This is Bennett’s movie,” says Carell. “He’s lived with it for so long. I remember discussing specific scenes with him, and years and years later, I saw the movie and they were exactly as he had described them. He never took his eye off what he wanted it to be.”

pagets:

Obsession With an Obsession: The Making of Foxcatcher

Foxcatcher is an exploration of two worlds—extreme wealth and Olympic-level wrestling—and of the dissociation that total immersion in either can bring about. The movie—which stars Steve Carell as the stiff, disconnected, vain du Pont, and Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo as brothers Mark and Dave Schultz, the wrestlers with whom he became obsessed—entered the Cannes Film Festival in May unseen. Ten days later, it emerged as what Variety’s film critic Justin Chang called “perhaps the [festival’s] sole credible awards season heavyweight,” winning acclaim on the order of Miller’s other two features, Capote and Moneyball, and a six-minute ovation.

Advance attention has focused on the performances—Carell’s startling physical and vocal transformation, Tatum’s deep dive into a character more complex and troubled than any he’s played, and Ruffalo’s continuation, in the wake of HBO’s The Normal Heart, of what he happily calls “the kind of year that most years aren’t.” But at Cannes, most of the attention paid was to Miller, who became the first American filmmaker in seven years to win the festival’s Best Director award. “This is Bennett’s movie,” says Carell. “He’s lived with it for so long. I remember discussing specific scenes with him, and years and years later, I saw the movie and they were exactly as he had described them. He never took his eye off what he wanted it to be.”

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“I was just running around with my crazy curly hair, and all the rich girls made fun of me because they said I didn’t brush my hair enough.” - Natasha (on being bullied in school)
Aug 21 ·02:38pm

Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already.

An overwhelmingly accurate statement (via insanity-and-vanity)
Aug 19 ·01:29pm

One day I decided that I was beautiful, and so I carried out my life as if I was a beautiful girl. I wear colors that I really like, I wear makeup that makes me feel pretty, and it really helps. It doesn’t have anything to do with how the world perceives you. What matters is what you see. Your body is your temple, it’s your home, and you must decorate it.

Gabourey Sidibe   (via missdontcare-x)
Aug 14 ·05:49pm

When we are collecting books, we are collecting happiness.

Vincent Starrett (via bookmania)
Aug 14 ·10:10am

apicturesqueplace:

wtf-sabrinaa:

She gets it.

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Aug 13 ·04:01pm