Movies Watched in 2014 - #129
The Place Beyond The Pines(2012)
9.5/10
1) In case you forgot the Oscars are BULLSH**.
2) Probably the most atmospherically strong film I’ve ever seen and it makes me sad that I will never be able to make cool things like Derek Cianfrance does.
3) This is one of the few modern epics available to cinema goers.
4) The three-act story structure is brilliant and executed incredibly.
5) The score is hauntingly beautiful.
6) Everyone in this movie is fantastic. 
7) One of the most unforgettable films of the past couple of years.
8) 35mm is the best.
9) Chills.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #129

The Place Beyond The Pines(2012)

9.5/10

1) In case you forgot the Oscars are BULLSH**.

2) Probably the most atmospherically strong film I’ve ever seen and it makes me sad that I will never be able to make cool things like Derek Cianfrance does.

3) This is one of the few modern epics available to cinema goers.

4) The three-act story structure is brilliant and executed incredibly.

5) The score is hauntingly beautiful.

6) Everyone in this movie is fantastic. 

7) One of the most unforgettable films of the past couple of years.

8) 35mm is the best.

9) Chills.

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"Frank": The Insanity of Creating →

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Each summer, Hollywood pumps out it biggest budgets, explosions, and laughter to get mass audiences into theaters. But certain films with lower budgets, limited releases, and honest humanity slip under the thunder of whatever Marvel is putting out. Boyhood and A Most Wanted Man were…

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David Fincher: The look on Jesse’s face after Andrew says, “Oh god, we’re in so much trouble now,” and you cut to Jesse and he has this sort of impish look on his face, like “so what? Isn’t that the point, to be naughty?” and then you see it sink in for a second—he’s like, “oh wait a minute.” I remember watching him as we were shooting and he did it probably 12 or 13 times, and every time it was just a little bit different. You could just tell he had his fingers tightly around the throat of exactly what he was doing with this guy, and it’s a great pleasure to watch somebody who is as skillful as Jesse Eisenberg is. He doesn’t, I think, give himself the credit a lot of times because he’s so much of a responder. He’s not the kind of actor who wants to take center stage; he wants to react. But when you see him be this good for this many weeks in a row—and I remember he took me aside at one point and said, “You would tell me if I was sucking ass, you would tell me if I was terrible?” and I said, “Oh yeah, absolutely, you would be the first to know.”

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Poster I designed for The Place Beyond The Pines, which will be screening at Taylor University next week—the event will be hosted by the Integration of Faith & Culture cabinet.
Now I know I can draw Ryan Gosling’s profile much better than Bradley Cooper’s.

Poster I designed for The Place Beyond The Pines, which will be screening at Taylor University next week—the event will be hosted by the Integration of Faith & Culture cabinet.

Now I know I can draw Ryan Gosling’s profile much better than Bradley Cooper’s.

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Movies Watched in 2014 - #128
Patton (1970)
8.5/10 - Worthy Oscar sweeper, George S. Scott nails it as Patton. I think that first monologue deserves iconic status. The writing across the board is great—lots of quotable one-liners. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #128

Patton (1970)

8.5/10 - Worthy Oscar sweeper, George S. Scott nails it as Patton. I think that first monologue deserves iconic status. The writing across the board is great—lots of quotable one-liners. 

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Movies Watched in 2014 - #127
Frank (2014)
9/10 - This is a superb film with cult-classic potential, you should rent it off iTunes/Amazon if it’s not playing in your area. Don’t wait until it’s torrentable. Show production companies you want more interesting movies like this—not the same ole superhero shit every summer. I’ll be giving it a second viewing and then a full fledged review on Friday as I expect it to continue grow on me.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #127

Frank (2014)

9/10 - This is a superb film with cult-classic potential, you should rent it off iTunes/Amazon if it’s not playing in your area. Don’t wait until it’s torrentable. Show production companies you want more interesting movies like this—not the same ole superhero shit every summer. I’ll be giving it a second viewing and then a full fledged review on Friday as I expect it to continue grow on me.

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Movies Watched in 2014 - #126
Where The Wild Things Are (2009)
7.5/10 - I saw this again to see if it still gives me dissonant feels, and I can confirm it does. The Blu-Ray is $6 at Target, friends. And Spike Jonze is Spike Jonze even when he gives you cinematic nightmares about weird three-dimensional Dolan monsters.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #126

Where The Wild Things Are (2009)

7.5/10 - I saw this again to see if it still gives me dissonant feels, and I can confirm it does. The Blu-Ray is $6 at Target, friends. And Spike Jonze is Spike Jonze even when he gives you cinematic nightmares about weird three-dimensional Dolan monsters.

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#where the wild things are  #film  #2014movies 

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Secure the Galactic Perimeter- The Soronprfbs

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visceralnoise:

Soronprfbs - I Love You All [feat. Michael Fassbender]

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what crime by andrew paul davis 
Japanese Ink on Paper.
"quite satisfied he had encountered none of them," - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Crime and Punishment) 

what crime by andrew paul davis 

Japanese Ink on Paper.

"quite satisfied he had encountered none of them," - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Crime and Punishment

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what I got out of all this is that it’s nice not being friends with anyone who would tell me to pour water on myself

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#als ice bucket challenge 

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The Master (2012) dir. Paul Thomas Anderson

Her (2013) dir. Spike Jonze 

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Évolution inversée

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
― Pablo Picasso

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