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Dazed and Confused (1993)

Yaaaas! Easily one of my top 10 favorite films of all time. It comes as no surprise that this film happens to come from my favorite American director, Richard Linklater. Never before have a seen a film that so effortlessly captured a day in the life of a contemporary society, exploring every subculture from the jocks to the stoners, while also capturing the look and feel of the 70s in such a natural way.

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Dazed and Confused (1993)

Yaaaas! Easily one of my top 10 favorite films of all time. It comes as no surprise that this film happens to come from my favorite American director, Richard Linklater. Never before have a seen a film that so effortlessly captured a day in the life of a contemporary society, exploring every subculture from the jocks to the stoners, while also capturing the look and feel of the 70s in such a natural way.

bbook:

This morning, we learned the heartbreaking news that groundbreaking director, writer, actor, producer, and father L.M. Kit Carson has passed away at the age of 73. As one of the most influential independent American voices in cinema, his career was fascinatingly broad, bringing to life some of the most beloved collaborations of the last half-century. From Jim McBride’s brilliant black-and-white mockumentary David Holzman’s Diary (which to co-wrote and starred in) and his documentary The American Dreamer which chronicling Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie to his experience writing the masterpiece that is Wim Wenders’ Paris, Texas alongside Sam Shepard (starring his son Hunter) and his fearless re-imagining of Breathless, not to mention his work as a champion and producer for then unknown filmmaker Wes Anderson on Bottle Rocket, Carson’s eclectic career was an impressive and inspiring mix that paved the way for so many after him. 

Rest In Peace, L.M. Kit Carson, Icon of Independent Cinema

bbook:

This morning, we learned the heartbreaking news that groundbreaking director, writer, actor, producer, and father L.M. Kit Carson has passed away at the age of 73. As one of the most influential independent American voices in cinema, his career was fascinatingly broad, bringing to life some of the most beloved collaborations of the last half-century. From Jim McBride’s brilliant black-and-white mockumentary David Holzman’s Diary (which to co-wrote and starred in) and his documentary The American Dreamer which chronicling Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie to his experience writing the masterpiece that is Wim Wenders’ Paris, Texas alongside Sam Shepard (starring his son Hunter) and his fearless re-imagining of Breathless, not to mention his work as a champion and producer for then unknown filmmaker Wes Anderson on Bottle Rocket, Carson’s eclectic career was an impressive and inspiring mix that paved the way for so many after him. 
Rest In Peace, L.M. Kit Carson, Icon of Independent Cinema

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Makeup artist Rick Baker stated that it was hard to come up with the Wolfman makeup as Benicio Del Toro already had wolf like features. (x)

The Wolfman (2010)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Makeup artist Rick Baker stated that it was hard to come up with the Wolfman makeup as Benicio Del Toro already had wolf like features. (x)
The Wolfman (2010)

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nikkisshadetree:

dopematters:

I’m here for it

Jay Z is the ultimate definition of a come up.

Ain’t that the damn truth.

babycakesbriauna:

nikkisshadetree:

dopematters:

I’m here for it

Jay Z is the ultimate definition of a come up.

Ain’t that the damn truth.

cinephiliabeyond:

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster, said Ray Liotta, and the rest has become legend. Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime film Goodfellas gloriously depicts the rise and fall of Henry Hill, a young man infatuated with the image of gangsters, in a film Roger Ebert dubbed the finest film about organized crime ever made. Mind you, Ebert had definitely seen The Godfather. An adaptation of co-writer Nicholas Pileggi’s 1986 non-fiction book Wiseguy, Scorsese’s film brings out the very best out of a pool of talent made of such giants as De Niro, Pesci and Liotta. Certainly one of the iconic films of the nineties, Goodfellas remains an epitome of gangster films and one of Scorsese’s finest to date. Take a peek at Scorsese and Pileggi’s script that swept legendary director Michael Powell off his feet, as well as numerous outtakes and a historically enlightening PBS American Masters documentary that unearthed some priceless behind-the-scenes material. Goodfellas is what makes cinema so great—the ABCs of adept filmmaking, the sheer power of storytelling, the unique magic that makes you fall in love with characters that are far from deserving such affection. Goodfellas is divine and Scorsese is our god.

1-Page Film School: Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas

cinephiliabeyond:

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster, said Ray Liotta, and the rest has become legend. Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime film Goodfellas gloriously depicts the rise and fall of Henry Hill, a young man infatuated with the image of gangsters, in a film Roger Ebert dubbed the finest film about organized crime ever made. Mind you, Ebert had definitely seen The Godfather. An adaptation of co-writer Nicholas Pileggi’s 1986 non-fiction book Wiseguy, Scorsese’s film brings out the very best out of a pool of talent made of such giants as De Niro, Pesci and Liotta. Certainly one of the iconic films of the nineties, Goodfellas remains an epitome of gangster films and one of Scorsese’s finest to date. Take a peek at Scorsese and Pileggi’s script that swept legendary director Michael Powell off his feet, as well as numerous outtakes and a historically enlightening PBS American Masters documentary that unearthed some priceless behind-the-scenes material. Goodfellas is what makes cinema so great—the ABCs of adept filmmaking, the sheer power of storytelling, the unique magic that makes you fall in love with characters that are far from deserving such affection. Goodfellas is divine and Scorsese is our god.
1-Page Film School: Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas

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fossilbird:

blondeisawesome:

A wave viewed from underwater

waaa

This is insane
subtleromance:

fossilbird:

blondeisawesome:

A wave viewed from underwater

waaa

This is insane

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toninetica:

John Goodman in The Big Lebowski 1998

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toninetica:

John Goodman in The Big Lebowski 1998