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sociopathdoggystylist:

Barney’s Version (2010)
Why does voldermort have a nose in the first movie but lost it in the latest one?

thathippykid:

i never noticed that

tristandingovation:

A female pope… now that’s something.

I was lazily searching for a good show to watch, bud sadly all I saw were Disney Channel shits and some recycled news on BBC and CNN.

I stopped at Star Movies, then I saw this medieval-ish setting and I got so intrigued I stopped clicking the remote. At…

blueplumet:

Superhero movie at midnight, a sort of tradition with my daddy. ;] But seriously, though. X-Men: First Class was fabulous. We got there early because of the anticipated yet nonexistent line for the movie, so the parents and I ended up getting to go sit in an empty theatre by ourselves. Which was awesome. Haha. It was a good time. ;]

blueplumet:

Superhero movie at midnight, a sort of tradition with my daddy. ;] But seriously, though. X-Men: First Class was fabulous. We got there early because of the anticipated yet nonexistent line for the movie, so the parents and I ended up getting to go sit in an empty theatre by ourselves. Which was awesome. Haha. It was a good time. ;]

tristandingovation:

A female pope… now that’s something.

I was lazily searching for a good show to watch, bud sadly all I saw were Disney Channel shits and some recycled news on BBC and CNN.

I stopped at Star Movies, then I saw this medieval-ish setting and I got so intrigued I stopped clicking the remote. At…

itsfrenchthellama:

Pride & Prejudice // Dining at Rosings - Favorite Caps.

itsfrenchthellama:

Pride & Prejudice // Dining at Rosings - Favorite Caps.

blueplumet:

Superhero movie at midnight, a sort of tradition with my daddy. ;] But seriously, though. X-Men: First Class was fabulous. We got there early because of the anticipated yet nonexistent line for the movie, so the parents and I ended up getting to go sit in an empty theatre by ourselves. Which was awesome. Haha. It was a good time. ;]

blueplumet:

Superhero movie at midnight, a sort of tradition with my daddy. ;] But seriously, though. X-Men: First Class was fabulous. We got there early because of the anticipated yet nonexistent line for the movie, so the parents and I ended up getting to go sit in an empty theatre by ourselves. Which was awesome. Haha. It was a good time. ;]

La decisión de Sophie

donttrustthehipster:

Sophie

Bueno, pues otro pequeño análisis de un film que tuve la suerte de poder ver ayer, creo que incluso se ha conseguido poner en mi top de mejores películas que he visto hasta ahora.La recomiendo sobretodo a los que os encante el drama y las películas lentas llenas de detalles y reflexión.

SIPNOSIS Un joven escritor, Stingo, viaja a Brooklyn para poder acabar su novela, en la casa donde vive conoce a unos vecinos muy simpáticos, Sophie y Nathan. Stingo queda cautivado por el amor que desprenden la pareja de vecinos y comienza a surgir una gran amistad entre ellos. Ella, Sophie, es una polaca cuyo padre fue victima del holocausto y él, Nathan, es un desequilibrado científico judio. El oscuro pasado de Sophie sera el punto desde donde surjan las diferentes situaciones entre los tres personajes.

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joegrimaldi:

“There is very little on this earth that $40,000,000 can’t solve.” - Edward Morra protagonist of Limitless
That seems about right; and according to the premise of this psych-thriller there isn’t much that adderall can’t solve either.
This is a fun movie. Limitless is very well paced and spot-on stylistically. I sincerely enjoyed the hr. forty-five that I spent with this film.
I just think Bradley Cooper didn’t have it that bad being just being Bradley Cooper before he got hooked on speed. Wouldn’t Paul Giamatti or Philip Seymour Hoffman becoming the most charming and brilliant man on the planet with the aid of illicit pharmaceuticals be a much more compelling story? Bradly Cooper’s metamorphosis from every-man to superman was about as meaningful as the montage where they take the glasses off the “ugly girl” in 1999’s Shes All That.
Limitless (2011) dr. Neil Burger
“Love it!”

joegrimaldi:

“There is very little on this earth that $40,000,000 can’t solve.” - Edward Morra protagonist of Limitless

That seems about right; and according to the premise of this psych-thriller there isn’t much that adderall can’t solve either.

This is a fun movie. Limitless is very well paced and spot-on stylistically. I sincerely enjoyed the hr. forty-five that I spent with this film.

I just think Bradley Cooper didn’t have it that bad being just being Bradley Cooper before he got hooked on speed. Wouldn’t Paul Giamatti or Philip Seymour Hoffman becoming the most charming and brilliant man on the planet with the aid of illicit pharmaceuticals be a much more compelling story? Bradly Cooper’s metamorphosis from every-man to superman was about as meaningful as the montage where they take the glasses off the “ugly girl” in 1999’s Shes All That.

Limitless (2011) dr. Neil Burger

“Love it!”

andsometimesitshines:

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream. The gleam in your eyes is so familiar.

andsometimesitshines:

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream. The gleam in your eyes is so familiar.