the world runs out of water, now EVERYONE dies

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— 10 hours ago
A cancer cell splitting, painted by Savanna and I. 
I’m using this image as a background poster for a production of Wit, a one-act play about an English professor battling ovarian cancer.
I’ll be posting the final poster design here soon. 

A cancer cell splitting, painted by Savanna and I. 

I’m using this image as a background poster for a production of Wit, a one-act play about an English professor battling ovarian cancer.

I’ll be posting the final poster design here soon. 

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— 1 day ago with 7 notes
#design  #art  #artists on tumblr  #cancer  #cancer cell  #science  #painting  #canvas  #cancer cells  #cell splitting  #wit  #theatre  #theatre arts 

American Beauty (1999)

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— 2 days ago with 307 notes

davidtyler31:

Paul Thomas Anderson Films

— 4 days ago with 172 notes

fohk:

I have a love in my life. It makes me stronger than anything you can imagine”

Punch-Drunk Love (2002)
Paul Thomas Anderson

— 4 days ago with 1075 notes
humansofnewyork:

"Right after I lost vision in my eye, I was so bad at walking that I ran into a girl eating ice cream, and knocked her cone out of her hand. She screamed: ‘Are you blind!?!?’ I turned to her and said: ‘I am blind actually, I’m so sorry, I’ll buy you a new cone.’ And she said: ‘Oh my God! I’m so sorry! Don’t worry! It’s no problem at all! I’ll buy another one.’ So we walked into the ice cream store together, and the clerk said: ‘I heard the whole thing. Ice cream is free.’"

humansofnewyork:

"Right after I lost vision in my eye, I was so bad at walking that I ran into a girl eating ice cream, and knocked her cone out of her hand. She screamed: ‘Are you blind!?!?’ I turned to her and said: ‘I am blind actually, I’m so sorry, I’ll buy you a new cone.’ And she said: ‘Oh my God! I’m so sorry! Don’t worry! It’s no problem at all! I’ll buy another one.’ So we walked into the ice cream store together, and the clerk said: ‘I heard the whole thing. Ice cream is free.’"

— 4 days ago with 22225 notes

teenssfromhell:

when you accidentally befriend someone annoying and you can’t get out of the friendship

image

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— 5 days ago with 457378 notes
Movies Watched in 2014 - #119
Oldboy (2003)
7.5/10 - No amount of weird Asian movies could’ve prepared me for this. It took until one of the last scenes for me to feel very engaged, maybe I should watch it again sometime. I think what happens in the first 30 or so minutes in the movie felt rushed I would’ve preferred more of that considering how it shapes the lead so much. Regardless, very stylistically rich, and Ji-tae Yu is a wonderful antagonist. The last scenes were great. The score felt bland sometimes. Overall glad to engage in foreign cinema though, Americans don’t do it enough (ever).

Movies Watched in 2014 - #119

Oldboy (2003)

7.5/10 - No amount of weird Asian movies could’ve prepared me for this. It took until one of the last scenes for me to feel very engaged, maybe I should watch it again sometime. I think what happens in the first 30 or so minutes in the movie felt rushed I would’ve preferred more of that considering how it shapes the lead so much. Regardless, very stylistically rich, and Ji-tae Yu is a wonderful antagonist. The last scenes were great. The score felt bland sometimes. Overall glad to engage in foreign cinema though, Americans don’t do it enough (ever).

— 6 days ago with 2 notes
#oldboy  #film  #2014movies 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #118
The Master (2012)
9/10 - My fourth time watching PTA’s latest, and it was a vastly different experience than any other time. This man makes very different movies. He’s always developing and experimenting—questioning his own method and changing it if the project calls for it. The Master wouldn’t work if was shot with all the whip pans and fast paced steadicam work of Boogie Nights. There’s a lot of just face shots in this too, it didn’t need the land-hungry scenery of There Will Be Blood either.
I noticed with this viewing that PTA doesn’t use universal sex symbols to play love interests. They’re either kinda likable or kinda not. In The Master specifically, Paul highlights the desperation of Freddie, and even the state of his mind.He listens to Dodd say “Man is not an animal” while he writes “Do you want to f—-? :)” on a napkin. Dodd then goes on to characterize Freddie as an animal twice, great irony at work.
During the informal processing scene, Dodd asks Freddie to think of a word—he answers “flowers” as he recalls his time with Doris. During the second half of the film, I think I saw three more times where flowers are right behind Freddie. Wonderful subtlety across the board, there’s lines I had no remembrance of from previous viewings. The film deserves to be listened to and re-watched. You get something new every time.
I loved seeing Freddie and Lancaster’s relationship unravel. One man needed a storyteller, the other needed a drink. It also reminds me of those weird relationships in life of people who just come and go, despite their importance in your life at that time—I think that happens more to us than we care to realize. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #118

The Master (2012)

9/10 - My fourth time watching PTA’s latest, and it was a vastly different experience than any other time. This man makes very different movies. He’s always developing and experimenting—questioning his own method and changing it if the project calls for it. The Master wouldn’t work if was shot with all the whip pans and fast paced steadicam work of Boogie Nights. There’s a lot of just face shots in this too, it didn’t need the land-hungry scenery of There Will Be Blood either.

I noticed with this viewing that PTA doesn’t use universal sex symbols to play love interests. They’re either kinda likable or kinda not. In The Master specifically, Paul highlights the desperation of Freddie, and even the state of his mind.He listens to Dodd say “Man is not an animal” while he writes “Do you want to f—-? :)” on a napkin. Dodd then goes on to characterize Freddie as an animal twice, great irony at work.

During the informal processing scene, Dodd asks Freddie to think of a word—he answers “flowers” as he recalls his time with Doris. During the second half of the film, I think I saw three more times where flowers are right behind Freddie. Wonderful subtlety across the board, there’s lines I had no remembrance of from previous viewings. The film deserves to be listened to and re-watched. You get something new every time.

I loved seeing Freddie and Lancaster’s relationship unravel. One man needed a storyteller, the other needed a drink. It also reminds me of those weird relationships in life of people who just come and go, despite their importance in your life at that time—I think that happens more to us than we care to realize. 

— 1 week ago with 1 note
#the master  #film  #2014movies 
imnotviciousreally:

Sir Daniel Day-Lewis  
Christy Brown in My Left Foot (1989) 
Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood (2007) 
Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln (2012)

imnotviciousreally:

Sir Daniel Day-Lewis  

  • Christy Brown in My Left Foot (1989) 
  • Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood (2007) 
  • Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln (2012)
— 1 week ago with 11 notes
Movies Watched in 2014 - #117
My Left Foot (1989)
8/10 - daniel

Movies Watched in 2014 - #117

My Left Foot (1989)

8/10 - daniel

— 1 week ago
#my left foot  #film  #2014movies 

internetpioneer:

Darren is such a Satoshi-san fanboy

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wheezypills:

Perfect Blue (1997)
Requiem for a Dream (2000)

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cinemirrors:

Perfect Blue (1997) (Satoshi Kon)

Black Swan (2010) (Darren Aronofsky)

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