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13 Aug 14 at 2 am

Applause

tags: rip  Robin Williams 
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09 Jul 14 at 3 pm

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography
A film by Stacy Peralta

Promo Bus at the Skateboard Hall of Fame screening.

(Source: veganskateblog.com)

Bones Brigade: An AutobiographyA film by Stacy Peralta
Promo Bus at the Skateboard Hall of Fame screening.

"As critics, all we have are our beliefs, ideals, prejudices, blind spots, our reservoirs of historical and personal knowledge, and the strength of our arguments. There are empirical truths that we can say about a movie: it was shot in black and white or color, on film or digital, in widescreen or not, directed by this or that filmmaker. But beyond these absolutes there is only our thinking, opinions, ideologies, methodological approaches and moments in time. That isn’t to say that criticism is a postmodern anything goes; it is to admit that critics are historical actors and that our relationships with movies, as with everything in life, are contingent on those moments."

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30 Jun 14 at 7 pm

Eric Stoltz behind the scenes as Marty McFly on the set of Back to the Future, more here.

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30 Jun 14 at 7 pm

chewbaccasgirlfriend:

Goodnight to the greatest friend anyone could ask for…

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tags: Rik Mayall  Rip 
chewbaccasgirlfriend:

Goodnight to the greatest friend anyone could ask for…

30 Jun 14 at 7 pm

Fast Times Flourescent Edition by Blunt Graffix


Fast Times at Ridgemont High Art Retrospective at Mike Damone’s aka Bob’s Espresso Bar in North Hollywood California.

Fast Times Flourescent Edition by Blunt Graffix
Fast Times at Ridgemont High Art Retrospective at Mike Damone’s aka Bob’s Espresso Bar in North Hollywood California.
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30 Jun 14 at 6 pm

lobbycards:

Fast Times at Ridgemont High, US lobby card. 1982

lobbycards:

Fast Times at Ridgemont High, US lobby card. 1982
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30 Jun 14 at 6 pm

olivier-serrano:

Jennifer Jason Leigh/Phoebe Cates, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

olivier-serrano:

Jennifer Jason Leigh/Phoebe Cates, Fast Times at Ridgemont High
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22 Jun 14 at 2 pm

salesonfilm:

Films in 2014—#065 The Punk Singer (Sini Anderson, 2013)

salesonfilm:

Films in 2014—#065 The Punk Singer (Sini Anderson, 2013)
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22 Jun 14 at 2 pm

fishbulbsuplex:

Sting and RoboCop

fishbulbsuplex:

Sting and RoboCop
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19 Jun 14 at 7 pm

pdthousand:

Lupita Nyong’o by Mikael Jansson
Vogue US July 2014

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pdthousand:

Lupita Nyong’o by Mikael Jansson
Vogue US July 2014
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16 Jun 14 at 5 pm

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

To prevent the film’s plot being leaked, the production used the fake title “Crystal Japan,” after a David Bowie song. This began an on-again, off-again tradition of giving “Friday the 13th” films David Bowie song titles during filming

Friday the 13th Part III (1982)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

To prevent the film’s plot being leaked, the production used the fake title “Crystal Japan,” after a David Bowie song. This began an on-again, off-again tradition of giving “Friday the 13th” films David Bowie song titles during filming
Friday the 13th Part III (1982)
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16 Jun 14 at 2 am

Jonathan Rosenbaum, I Missed It at the Movies: Objections to “Raising Kane” (with new introduction, collected in Discovering Orson Welles)

(Source: georgeawesomewelles)

"Much of the beauty of Citizen Kane, and Welles’ style in general, is a function of kinetic seizures, lyrical transports, and intuitive responses. To see KANE merely as the “culmination” of Thirties comedy or “a collection of blackout sketches” or a series of gibes against Hearst is to miss most of what is frightening and wonderful and awesome about it. When the camera draws back from the child surrounded by snow through a dark window frame to the mother’s face in close-up, one feels a free domain being closed in, a destiny being circumscribed, well before either the plot or one’s powers of analysis can conceptualize it. As Susan Alexander concludes her all-night monologue, and the camera soars up through the sky-light over her fading words (“Come around and tell me the story of your life sometime”), the extraordinary elation of the movement is too sudden and too complex to be written off as superficial bravura: a levity that comes from staying up all night and greeting the dawn, the satisfaction of sailing over a narrative juncture, the end of a confession, a gesture of friendship, the reversal of an earlier downward movement, a sense of dramatic completion, a gay exhaustion, and more, it is as dense and immediate as a burst of great poetry."