johncarpenters
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21. Talk about a specific nightmare a movie or show gave you

LOL um well Insidious gave me awful dreams for about a week since it just so happened to be mostly about dreaming. Also the vacuum cleaner and sun baby from Teletubbies gave me the worst nightmares as a child.

ALSO I had a nightmare once that was just the ending of National Treasure except they didn’t find the treasure and I forreal cried in my dream

billybickle
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25. What do you think is the funniest show ever?

Its probably a toss up between The Office (the cold open where Dwight tries to teach a lesson about fire safety) and Broad City. That goddamn show is like everything I wish my life wasn’t while still being me as hell.

Film/TV Asks

1. Talk about your favorite film of all time (or one of them)
2. Talk about your favorite tv show of all time (or one of them)
3. Talk about a movie, or an aspect of one that you think people don’t get or misunderstand
4. Talk about a film you think is underrated
5. Talk about a film you think is overrated
6. Talk about a show you think is underrated
7. Talk about a show you think is overrated
8. Talk about a movie you love
9. Talk about a movie you hate
10. Talk about a show you love
11. Talk about a show you hate
12. Talk about a performance you love
13. Talk about a performance you hate
14. What’s a character, from film or television, that you relate a lot?
15. What’s a movie you expected to like/love but ended up disliking?
16. What’s a movie you didn’t expect to like but ended up loving
17. What’s a show you loved at first but ended up disliking by the end?
18. What was the first movie or show that made you cry?
19. What was the last movie you saw in the theater?
20. What’s a movie that caused you to become scared of something?
21. Talk about a specific nightmare that a movie or show gave you
22. What do you think is the funniest movie ever made?
23. What do you think is the saddest movie ever made?
24. What do you think is the scariest movie ever made?
25. What do you think is the funniest show ever? (you can pick a specific episode if you want)
26. What do you think is the saddest show ever?
27. What do you think is the best adaptation of a book? (film or TV)
28. What do you think is the worst adaptation of a book?
29. What do you think is the most well shot film or show?
30. What’s a movie or show you love but often forget about?

La dolce vita (1960) dir. Federico Fellini

Chaos is order yet undeciphered.

Enemy (2013)

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velificantes:

Why is it so important to dream?

Inception (2010, Christopher Nolan)

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Anonymous
i don't get the fincher quote

Fincher is saying his daughter shouldn’t trust younger men who love Fight Club because most young dudes do not understand the very satirical nature of the film and loooove it for all the wrong reasons.

My daughter had a friend named Max. She told me Fight Club is his favorite movie. I told her never to talk to Max again. —David Fincher (via cyberqueer)

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Close-Up  (کلوزآپ ، نمای نزدیک‎) Dir. Abbas Kiarostami

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mortisia:

San Martino - The Ossuary Chapel of San Martino Della Battaglia in Italy is the most ordered of all the bone houses on this list. Row upon row, column upon column of human remains rest in perfect order as if they were books in a macabre library. In all there are 2,619 deceased here with 1,274 skulls. [ source / edit

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

There would be no eulogies for Bob, no photographs of his body would be sold in sundries stores, no people would crowd the streets in the rain to see his funeral cortege, no biographies would be written about him, no children named after him, no one would ever pay twenty-five cents to stand in the rooms he grew up in. The shotgun would ignite, and Ella Mae would scream, but Robert Ford would only lay on the floor and look at the ceiling, the light going out of his eyes before he could find the right words.

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communicants:

Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949)

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Calvary (2014) dir. John Michael McDonagh

Hidden Film Gems (1/??): Judex (1963) dir. George Franju

"Conceived as an homage to Louis Feuillade’s 1916 cult silent serial of the same name, Judex kicks off with the mysterious kidnapping of a corrupt banker by a shadowy crime fighter and spins out into a thrillingly complex web of deceptions. Combining stylish sixties modernism with silent-cinema touches and even a few unexpected sci-fi accents, Judex is a delightful bit of pulp fiction and a testament to the art of illusion”. (x)