andrewpauldavis:

View my short film Knee Deep (4 min.) by clicking here.

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— 7 hours ago with 158 notes

pbsdigitalstudios:

Philip Seymour Hoffman talks about happiness in this newly animated episode of Blank on Blank: http://youtu.be/Osn8rjkPyYM

More lost interviews animated HERE.

— 3 days ago with 1064 notes
naturevalley:

Photographer + Pacific Northwest adventurer @fursty said it best: Sometimes the smallest details on the hike are the most impressive.
Nature is amazing. Show us how you #GetOutThere.

Can I use the hashtag for my post-constipated poop photos that are only possibly because of the fiber found in Nature Valley bars?

naturevalley:

Photographer + Pacific Northwest adventurer @fursty said it best: Sometimes the smallest details on the hike are the most impressive.

Nature is amazing. Show us how you #GetOutThere.

Can I use the hashtag for my post-constipated poop photos that are only possibly because of the fiber found in Nature Valley bars?

— 5 days ago with 5508 notes
#getoutthere  #poop.jpg  #fiber  #oxycodone 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #99
Crash (2004)
7/10 - From my understanding, this is one of the most controversial Oscar (Best Picture) wins of all time—and reasonably so. There’s something about it I can’t put my finger on. It’s like it’s trying too hard or something. It certainly edges on brilliance, but feels too forced. The characters are puppets for the screenwriter to get a story across—I’ve been guilty of this, but luckily haven’t had to be subjugated to avid moviegoers’ expectations of the Academy. I would’ve voted for Philip Seymour Hoffman.mov, uhh I mean Capote. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #99

Crash (2004)

7/10 - From my understanding, this is one of the most controversial Oscar (Best Picture) wins of all time—and reasonably so. There’s something about it I can’t put my finger on. It’s like it’s trying too hard or something. It certainly edges on brilliance, but feels too forced. The characters are puppets for the screenwriter to get a story across—I’ve been guilty of this, but luckily haven’t had to be subjugated to avid moviegoers’ expectations of the Academy. I would’ve voted for Philip Seymour Hoffman.mov, uhh I mean Capote. 

— 5 days ago
#crash  #2014movies  #film 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #98
American Beauty (1999)
9.5/10 - Here’s one of those rare films that 100% immersed me. Typically, because I watch too many movies and think about too many technical things, I just about always feel like I’m watching a movie when I’m watching a movie. Requiem For A Dream and Black Swan are other examples of movies that grab me and don’t let go till they’re finished. In the same respect, American Beauty is a modern epic, and a masterpiece. Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson paved the way for truly innovative films like this and Fight Club in the 90’s. We need a new resurgence like this in mainstream cinema, and I think it’s coming soon.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #98

American Beauty (1999)

9.5/10 - Here’s one of those rare films that 100% immersed me. Typically, because I watch too many movies and think about too many technical things, I just about always feel like I’m watching a movie when I’m watching a movie. Requiem For A Dream and Black Swan are other examples of movies that grab me and don’t let go till they’re finished. In the same respect, American Beauty is a modern epic, and a masterpiece. Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson paved the way for truly innovative films like this and Fight Club in the 90’s. We need a new resurgence like this in mainstream cinema, and I think it’s coming soon.

— 5 days ago
#american beauty  #film  #2014movies 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #97
How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
6/10 - Maybe I haven’t been to the movie theater in a while and forgot how much I hate the idiosyncrasies and sounds of human chuckling, popcorn munching, and murmuring. Maybe I just hate being in the same room as so many children and families. Maybe I’m just too much of a cynic. But probably, I can’t enjoy American animations that have to have a joke/whimsical moment/I don’t know what the hell to call it every other minute. Whatever it is, and why it’s there (so Billy can have a laugh?)… it makes me cringe. And distracts me from a good story.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #97

How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

6/10 - Maybe I haven’t been to the movie theater in a while and forgot how much I hate the idiosyncrasies and sounds of human chuckling, popcorn munching, and murmuring. Maybe I just hate being in the same room as so many children and families. Maybe I’m just too much of a cynic. But probably, I can’t enjoy American animations that have to have a joke/whimsical moment/I don’t know what the hell to call it every other minute. Whatever it is, and why it’s there (so Billy can have a laugh?)… it makes me cringe. And distracts me from a good story.

— 5 days ago
#how to train your dragon 2  #film  #2014movies 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #96
Manhattan (1979)
8.5/10 - The first Woody Allen film I’ve liked, but also one of the finest cinematography jobs I’ve ever seen.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #96

Manhattan (1979)

8.5/10 - The first Woody Allen film I’ve liked, but also one of the finest cinematography jobs I’ve ever seen.

— 6 days ago with 3 notes
#manhattan  #film  #2014movies  #woody allen 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #95
How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
7.5/10 - I wish heroes died more.

Movies Watched in 2014 - #95

How To Train Your Dragon (2010)

7.5/10 - I wish heroes died more.

— 6 days ago with 3 notes
#how to train your dragon  #film  #2014movies 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #94
Barry Lyndon (1975)
9/10 - Kubrick’s other films are better viewing choices, but my rating just shows (how I view) Kubrick’s consistency and virtuosity as an artist. The amount of realism someone finally paid this era is astounding. And no one will ever do it again. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #94

Barry Lyndon (1975)

9/10 - Kubrick’s other films are better viewing choices, but my rating just shows (how I view) Kubrick’s consistency and virtuosity as an artist. The amount of realism someone finally paid this era is astounding. And no one will ever do it again. 

— 6 days ago
#barry lyndon  #stanley kubrick  #film  #2014movies 
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