THE GOLDEN RULE OF TUMBLR
my god, we’re all Ross.
So in conclusion, we are all the men of Friends, combined.
Not just the men.
Phoebe is basically a walking night blogger when she’s got a guitar. Admit it.
In conclusion, we are the show Friends.
we all need this on our blogs
This is the most beautiful post on all of Tumblr.
"It’s true wherever you find love, it feels like Christmas."
The way Gale says Hey, Catkip gets me everytime.
I’m going to make a few adjustments to my blog come 2014, nothing major I can assure you; I’ve spent nearly a year working as a production runner for a very well established broadcasting company and it’s been a very big privilege - it’s also something that has made me more determined to make my own movies. Therefore I still intend to review any films that I watch, or at least give some comment, but the main purpose of this blog will be changing into promoting new films/talent and raising awareness of the industry - as well as my own little soapbox to start getting my own workings and ideas out there. I’ve neglected it a little of late and it does bug me that I don’t have the time to put trailers/reviews up - but with Christmas just round the corner and the apprenticeship that I am on asking for all sorts of work to be met by exact deadlines, I’m a little swamped - but I saw The Hunger Games: Catching Fire last night, and I’m going to watch Saving Mr. Banks tomorrow so I intend to get some reviews up for them.
Ps, I loved HG:Catching Fire.
Absolutely loved this whole episode.
When I say that I am not interested in content, it would be the same as a painter worrying about whether the apples that he is painting, whether they’re sweet or sour. Who cares. It’s his style, his manner of painting them. That’s where the emotion comes from.
MUPPETS MOST WANTED (2014).
Director: James Bobin
Writer: James Bobin, Nicholas Stoller
Cast: Tina Fey, Ty Burrell, Ricky Gervais, Tom Hiddleston
In Cinemas March 2014
Here’s to the Crazy Ones. The ones who can change the world.
Happy 35th Birthday Rachel Anne McAdams! (November 17, 1978)
I’m sometime puzzled by the fact that when I write films about people falling in love, they critically taken to be sentimental and unrealistic. And yet, four million people in London are in love tonight. And today, all around the world, hundreds of thousands of people will fall in love.
When someone writes a film about a soldier going AWOL and breaking into a flat and murdering a young pregnant woman - something which has happened twice in history - that film will be described as searingly realistic.
I don’t see how that’s true. I was on a beach in Southwell the other day and you along and you see fathers playing with their children, people in love holding hands, older couples having cups of tea with each other. No sign whatsoever of ruthless violence and hatred on that beach.
Now of course, I know from my work with Comic Relief about the dark heart of the UK, but that’s not the only story and I think stories of joy and love are definitely worth telling. And I’m a beneficiary of that."
I love you, Richard Curtis.
What is the difference between a good and a great director? Being unafraid. Being unafraid of what people will say or how they will judge. Going with your gut. And being unafraid to share your vision with the world.
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