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lapitiedangereuse:

Francois Truffaut, soldier , reading
Jul 29, 2014 / 73 notes

lapitiedangereuse:

Francois Truffaut, soldier , reading

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Jul 29, 2014 / 36 notes

mikeshouts:

This limited edition Godzilla plush toy will cost you 500 bucks.

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Jul 29, 2014 / 156 notes

cinephiliabeyond:

An excellent video essay that illustrates how two of Coen brothers’ films parallel and diverge from each other in the portrayals of their law(wo)men.

In retrospect, this snowbound crime drama seems like a warm-up for No Country For Old Men in much the same way Akira Kurosawa’s Kagemusha laid the groundwork for Ran. Here’s the thing: Kagemusha is still a great movie—and more intimate in it way than its epic follow-up—and so is Fargo, which may lack the mythic pull of No Country, but makes up for it with two unforgettable lead characters, played by William H. Macy and Frances McDormand, who together express the Coens’ vision of the world. Both come from common Minnesota stock, but one is petty and small, acting out on a cowardly instinct to take control of his life, and the other is the embodiment of simple decency, forging a private paradise with her husband out of fricassee and three-cent stamps. —Primer: The Coen Brothers by Scott Tobias

In the interview which follows, initially published in 1996, Joel and Ethan Coen discuss the writing and filming of Fargo, its precise characterizations, acting performances and the visual style that emphasizes the spiritual landscape of the bleak Midwestern setting. —The Coen Brothers: Fargo, Crime and Realism

Dear every screenwriter, read this: Joel and Ethan Coen’s screenplays for Fargo  and No Country for Old Men. Based on the Novel by Cormac McCarthy.

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free-martinis:

New poster for #TheHobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies! This December… will you follow us one last time?
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Jul 28, 2014 / 104 notes

free-martinis:

New poster for : The Battle of the Five Armies! This December… will you follow us one last time?

https://twitter.com/TheHobbitMovie/with_replies

Jul 27, 2014 / 2 notes

‪Cherry Ghost ‘Clear Skies Ever Closer’‬

‪Video directed by Maxine Peake‬

kitt66:

Peter Capaldi and costume photographed by Paul Stuart for the Sunday Times
Jul 27, 2014 / 2,887 notes

kitt66:

Peter Capaldi and costume photographed by Paul Stuart for the Sunday Times

richard-armitage-loves-lee-pace:

Lee Pace slept next to camping out Comic Con goers. (x)
Jul 26, 2014 / 21,614 notes

richard-armitage-loves-lee-pace:

Lee Pace slept next to camping out Comic Con goers. (x)

cumberbum:

Benedict Cumberbatch is ready for our show, are you? 
Jul 24, 2014 / 988 notes
Jul 24, 2014 / 1,164 notes

doctorwho:

We’re hanging out at the BBC America booth (#4129) today! Special shoutouts to twitter user JENginerd for being the first cosplayer we saw this year!

coslive:

Today, we get our first glimpse of Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in the forthcoming biopic about The Beach Boys legend, Love and Mercy.
Jul 24, 2014 / 42 notes

coslive:

Today, we get our first glimpse of Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in the forthcoming biopic about The Beach Boys legend, Love and Mercy.

oiseauxnuage:

Eclair La VAGUE :FAUCHON
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Jul 24, 2014 / 8 notes

oiseauxnuage:

Eclair La VAGUE :FAUCHON

富士山世界遺産登録記念

thefilmfatale:

Comic-Con poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Jul 23, 2014 / 632 notes

thefilmfatale:

Comic-Con poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

moma:

Edward Hopper was born today in 1882. What do you imagine the usher in this painting is thinking? [Edward Hopper. New York Movie. 1939.]
Jul 22, 2014 / 567 notes

moma:

Edward Hopper was born today in 1882. What do you imagine the usher in this painting is thinking? 

[Edward Hopper. New York Movie. 1939.]

prettycolors:

#827986
Jul 22, 2014 / 324 notes

prettycolors:

#827986

Jul 22, 2014 / 17 notes

Sur le tournage de Pasolini d’Abel Ferrara x x