get to know me meme: [3/5] favorite movies  Skyfall
Q:”It always makes me feel a bit melancholy. Grand old war ship. being ignominiously haunted away to scrap… The inevitability of time, don’t you think? What do you see?”
J:”
A bloody big ship. Excuse me.”

sickpage:

Robert GötzfriedSaturn, 2011

sarahnitson:

typac:

typac:

ashley tisdale and seth rogen in donnie darko is so funny they are like 12

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aren’t you forgetting someone

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ifunnyws:

Jonah Hill & Morgan Freeman

nearlyvintage:

John Krasinski  

nearlyvintage:

John Krasinski  

"When was the last time you touched someone?" - Under the Skin (2013)

Hayao Miyazaki on life

jacques-audiard:

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)

The Godfather (1972) - dir. Francis Ford Coppola (requested by anonymous)


When I write I must try to capture something in words which for all useful purposes, you might say, can’t be expressed in words. Later it is necessary to translate the words again so that in quite another context they’ll come alive. To be sure, so long as I have a firm grasp on my point of departure, there will always be an inner relationship between the original vision I had and the completed, materialized picture-sequence.While that original conception must always be in the background, I must not let it become too dictatorial, since, for one thing, I must be prepared to modify it when I switch from writing to directing. For another, my actors, too, have a right – to say nothing of an obligation – to draw straws, to choose among alternatives. The whole process is essentially creative. You write down a melodic line and after that, with the orchestra, you work out the instrumentation.
-Ingmar Bergman (July 14, 1918-July 30, 2007)
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When I write I must try to capture something in words which for all useful purposes, you might say, can’t be expressed in words. Later it is necessary to translate the words again so that in quite another context they’ll come alive. To be sure, so long as I have a firm grasp on my point of departure, there will always be an inner relationship between the original vision I had and the completed, materialized picture-sequence.

While that original conception must always be in the background, I must not let it become too dictatorial, since, for one thing, I must be prepared to modify it when I switch from writing to directing. For another, my actors, too, have a right – to say nothing of an obligation – to draw straws, to choose among alternatives. The whole process is essentially creative. You write down a melodic line and after that, with the orchestra, you work out the instrumentation.

-Ingmar Bergman (July 14, 1918-July 30, 2007)

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Lolita (1997).