midnightcowboy1969:

"im sorry i dont watch movies….. i watch films”

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sktagg23:

The women of Mad Men. Flawlessly gorgeous and 100% done with your shit.

juan-schwartz:

2005 & 2012


"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill." 
True Detective

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill."

True Detective

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we-were-goodfellas:

A year in films: 1971

cinemove:

Boyhood (2014) dir. Richard Linklater

At least we could use the bumpers.
You don’t want the bumpers. Life doesn’t give you bumpers.

soundonsight:

Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ stands as the most remarkable film of the decade
Artistic intent is an often-debated mode of dissecting a finished product. What the artist went into the project intending to render presumably dictates the manner in which we, as audience members and general consumers of art, perceive. With film, it’s also common conception that, once the piece is finished and released into the world, 50% of its production now lies in the hands of the audience. The thought is that a movie doesn’t fully exist without someone to watch and perceive it. Both concepts are true, while neither holds predominant sway over the reception of art. What we go into an experience knowing, or not knowing, can drastically alter our perception of any given event. But while in the moment of interpretation, we are subject to a series of perceptions that exist independently of pre-defined knowledge.
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soundonsight:

Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ stands as the most remarkable film of the decade

Artistic intent is an often-debated mode of dissecting a finished product. What the artist went into the project intending to render presumably dictates the manner in which we, as audience members and general consumers of art, perceive. With film, it’s also common conception that, once the piece is finished and released into the world, 50% of its production now lies in the hands of the audience. The thought is that a movie doesn’t fully exist without someone to watch and perceive it. Both concepts are true, while neither holds predominant sway over the reception of art. What we go into an experience knowing, or not knowing, can drastically alter our perception of any given event. But while in the moment of interpretation, we are subject to a series of perceptions that exist independently of pre-defined knowledge.

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If you’re reading this, stop what you’re doing and go see Boyhood. So, so beautiful. Probably my favorite film of 2014 so far.

😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

unmoveablebeast:

dirtygrandma:

once upon a time, in Japan…. *white characters*

this takes place in Africa… *white characters*

our story starts in the Middle East… *white characters*

Long ago in Europe… *white characters* “for historical accuracy”

plasticvines:

I want to wear less clothing around without being sexualized.

We connected through the movies and we were experiencing something fundamental together, we were living through the emotional truths on the screen together. Sometimes they’re expressed in small things: gestures, glances, reactions between the characters, light and shadow. Things we wouldn’t discuss, or couldn’t discuss, or even acknowledge in our own lives, and that’s part of the wonder. So when I hear people dismiss movies as fantasy or make a hard distinction between film and life, I think that’s just a way of avoiding the power of cinema. Of course it’s not life, it’s the invocation of life. It’s an ongoing dialogue with life.

Martin Scorsese  (via tiredestprincess)

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