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Werner Herzog. 1982

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Posted at 2:07 PM 17 April 2014

shutupanddiehl:

"The Moon Song" performed by Spike Jonze, Karen O and KK Barrett. [x]

Spike rocks

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Posted at 9:28 PM 27 February 2014

La mejor raza <3 —>

where did he go, oh nvm

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Posted at 2:12 PM 21 February 2014

tyronespower:

Happy 110th Birthday Archibald Alexander Leach aka "Cary Grant" (January 18, 1904 – November 29, 1986)

Everyone wants to be Cary Grant. Even I want to be Cary Grant.

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Posted at 5:06 PM 18 January 2014
lav-endure:

 i like this very very much


Verdad indudable

lav-endure:

 i like this very very much

Verdad indudable

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Posted at 3:29 PM 29 December 2013

fuckyeahmercury:

22 years without Freddie Mercury 
5th September 1946 - 24th November 1991

Please donate to Mercury Phoenix Trust to spread awareness to help in the worldwide fight against AIDS.

22 años sin Freddie Mercury

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Posted at 7:27 PM 24 November 2013
whittemorehouse:

Owen and Wes, Royal Tenenbaums.
What interested me in this picture is here you see these two longtime friends, one directing and the other listening, working together. Having been an older person observing them, having seen them before many years together, it’s quite touching, isn’t it? And the oddness of the composition, too. The camera looks like it’s dropping out the window. But also the diagonal of Wes and Owen — one at the top, one at the bottom, the strong visual impact of these two friends. It’s more an emotional connection between the two of them, because they even have the same hat — which is so odd to me because it is a hat that they wouldn’t have worn themselves. At this point, they’re still so young. Now, fast forward to this amazing thing that happened this past year and the year before. Last year, Wes’s movie, Moonrise Kingdom, opened the Cannes Film Festival, and the year before Owen’s movie, Midnight in Paris, opened the Cannes Film Festival. Imagine the likelihood of two boys who were born in this place together, who went to school together, with no connection to the movie business, both winding up in that situation back to back.

whittemorehouse:

Owen and Wes, Royal Tenenbaums.

What interested me in this picture is here you see these two longtime friends, one directing and the other listening, working together. Having been an older person observing them, having seen them before many years together, it’s quite touching, isn’t it? And the oddness of the composition, too. The camera looks like it’s dropping out the window. But also the diagonal of Wes and Owen — one at the top, one at the bottom, the strong visual impact of these two friends. It’s more an emotional connection between the two of them, because they even have the same hat — which is so odd to me because it is a hat that they wouldn’t have worn themselves. At this point, they’re still so young. Now, fast forward to this amazing thing that happened this past year and the year before. Last year, Wes’s movie, Moonrise Kingdom, opened the Cannes Film Festival, and the year before Owen’s movie, Midnight in Paris, opened the Cannes Film Festival. Imagine the likelihood of two boys who were born in this place together, who went to school together, with no connection to the movie business, both winding up in that situation back to back.

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Posted at 10:51 PM 12 October 2013

Tony and Jack in Some Like It Hot

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Posted at 3:27 AM 21 September 2013

Directors Francis Ford Coppola, Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back), Akira Kurosawa, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Carroll Ballard at Coppola’s house in San Francisco, photographed by Roger Ressmeyer, 1980.
Directors Francis Ford Coppola, Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back), Akira Kurosawa, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Carroll Ballard at Coppola’s house in San Francisco, photographed by Roger Ressmeyer, 1980.

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Posted at 3:26 AM 21 September 2013