(…) Arnold leaves us with indelible images ingrained by the camera in much the way Mia might remember them years down the road. A dying fish lying on the grass sucking its last breath, a dog eating the guts of that same fish on the kitchen floor, and a cracked windshield held together by blood and human hair all linger long after they fill the frame. The meticulously placed long shots cementing the viewer’s omniscient perspective of Mia’s transition are even more telling, like when Mia and Connor face each other knee deep in a calm river, or Mia is framed by a background of epic cranes, and finally when two small children traverse through tall grass as storm clouds roll in. In a film about the suffocating stranglehold of barriers and limitations, Arnold cuts wide to hint at the growing possibilities beyond the frame. — [from the review by Glenn Heath Jr.]

Fish Tank (2009; dir. Andrea Arnold)

aryaisahelper:

ARYA MADE A FANCAST » Jake Abel as Sebastian Verlac / Jonathan Morgenstern.
                                                   (The Mortal Instruments)

See, there you go. You’re always looking at me like that."

Like what?"

Like I burn down animal shelters for fun and light my cigarettes with orphans.

Adèle’s emotions as told by Louise Brooks films: Diary of a Lost Girl (1929) & Pandora’s Box (1929)

haha wow I haven’t been on here in 5ever

lizthefangirl:

lizthefangirl:

funnymushroom:

Expectations:

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Reality:

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how is that even the same person

idk me idk

lizthefangirl:

icequeen102990:

elsaqueenofarendelle:

hate to be a party pooper but that ‘official look’ at capaldi as the doctor is just his head photoshopped onto robert downey jr’s body and the gun is replaced with a sonic screwdriver

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fuck

I KNEW IT I KNEW IT THANK YOU I KNEW THEY COULDNT HAVE SUCH HORRIBLE EDITING 

salikawood:

Academy Award winner, Christoph Waltz

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