Mar 26, 2014
6 notes
Let’s have all the paintings in one room of the Met do this. Just one room. Pay for this, Jay-Z come on.

Let’s have all the paintings in one room of the Met do this. Just one room. Pay for this, Jay-Z come on.

(Source: gracelee)

Mar 1, 2014
45 notes
The Broken Circle Breakdown (2012, dir. Felix van Groeningen)
I know it’s late this Saturday night. but this is the one to check out if you’re doing any last minute Oscars homework before tomorrow. I want to describe it as Blue Valentine meets Inside Llewyn Davis, but that wouldn’t be fair at all. It’s a devastating Belgian heartbreaker about losing love and failing faith, and Europeans in bluegrass bands.

The Broken Circle Breakdown (2012, dir. Felix van Groeningen)

I know it’s late this Saturday night. but this is the one to check out if you’re doing any last minute Oscars homework before tomorrow. I want to describe it as Blue Valentine meets Inside Llewyn Davis, but that wouldn’t be fair at all. It’s a devastating Belgian heartbreaker about losing love and failing faith, and Europeans in bluegrass bands.

(Source: cinefamily)

Feb 27, 2014
135 notes

The Tree of Life is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Auto reblog and not sorry.

thefilmstage:

Revisit Terrence Malick's magnum opus with a 30-minute making-of documentary and a collection of video essays on The Tree of Life.

Watch everything here.

Jan 29, 2014
8 notes

Somm

I caught this documentary Somm (Jason Wise, 2012) on Netflix about four guys preparing for the Master Sommelier exam, and it was fascinating. I can’t say I learned that much about wine from it, other than the fact that there are countless different varieties, from many different places, times and climates, and infinite ridiculous ways to describe what’s in the glass. Freshly-cut garden hose, grandmother’s purse, and rotted violet among them. 

But in the end, you’re watching four bros (albeit, all amazingly talented experts at that point) try to pass one of the hardest tests in the world about something that can be as snobby as it comes. But they really are bros! Take out the glasses at any one of their practice tasting sessions and it’ll come across anywhere between a poker game or an intense fantasy draft. I don’t know if this is normal in the land of wine, but the confluence of those personalities in that world was just entertaining. Because you get gems like this: 

image

And this:

imageimage

And this:

image

AND THIS!

image

Jan 9, 2014
2,947 notes

adrienneshelly:

Stories We Tell (Sarah Polley, 2012)

(via bbook)

Jan 4, 2014
3,854 notes

2014

jhnmyr:

It’s day three of 2014 and I’m not feeling any less guilty about not posting some thoughts I have, so I guess that’s good enough reason to write them down and send them to you.

I guess a part of me wants to lay out some predictions for the culture-at-large, and wouldn’t that feel great for a…

Dec 9, 2013
102,025 notes

Conceptual arts of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

(Source: finnickism, via larsvontrier)

Dec 6, 2013
4,016 notes
Small Distractions

Small Distractions

(Source: nevver.com, via directors-gone-wild)

Dec 4, 2013
3 notes

Beautiful. Inspirational. Also, I have not seen anything this year.

The 25 Best Films of 2013: A Video Countdown by David Ehrlich

Nov 30, 2013
3,843 notes

Michael Fassbender, catchin’ a fish

(Source: xavierstea, via bbook)

Navigate
« To the past Page 1 of 44
About