Due to these add-ons of bourbon, rice wine, rakia, Natty Light, and a CamelBak...– “Go See Wrath of the Titans- Drunk.”
Hey Australians, the House of Representatives is... →
teganquinbanter: airport-death: girls-effing-girls: dingle-hopper: An actual survey from the .gov site, so yeah. GO ! Fucking do it Seriously, guys it takes less than five minutes and will go a long way at the end of the day. It’s just a simple survey, get on board! Not film related, but Anders life related.
adamhorsfall: 8-bit Don Draper telling it like it is.
social media eventually fosters a sense of self-loathing… unless you’re stupid,...– Magnificent Ruin (via nevver) This is so fucking true, actually.
I’m struggling to make sense of a pop-cultural moment that can embrace both a...– Bruce Handy on the gay jokes in 21 Jump Street.
This Talking Is Only Bravado: There's an Aging... →
cordjefferson: I’ve never felt more important than when I lived in New York. I was poor and my work was neither very good nor very well-read, and yet every day I’d wake up in my 10 by 10 room, its window looking out over my building’s rusted trashcans, and somehow think I’d achieved another great…
It was a double hallucination: you were hallucinating inside of Walter Disney’s...– John Jeremiah Sullivan’s excellent account of a trip to Disney World.
Stella gave me that sense when you’re reading these characters they represent...– Salon.com’s interview with Robert De Niro
What good is a law that adds only pain and difficulty to perhaps the most...– ‘We Have No Choice’: One Woman’s Ordeal with Texas’ New Sonogram Law
Acts of gruesomely violent chivalry and vehicular aggression.– “Drive” (via witlessinnuendo)
'Jurassic Park' Returns to Theaters in 3D for... →
Please, Hollywood, Please. Stop.
HBO cancels horse racing series 'Luck' →
nedhepburn: That was quick.
theatlanticvideo: A Classic 1950s Propaganda Film Makes the Case for Superhighways “This is the American dream of freedom on wheels. An automotive age, traveling on time-saving super highways,” begins the narrator of Give Yourself the Green Light, a 1954 film funded by General Motors. “But we’re running out of roads! We didn’t dream big enough,” he explains. This first half of the film...
I hate clean, orderly countries where everything works. I like hot, messy,...– Anthony Bourdain (via soupsoup)