Think with your blonde.
Jul 22

preludetowind:

"Many of my movies have strong female leads - brave, self-sufficient girls that don’t think twice about fighting for what they believe in with all their heart. They’ll need a friend, or a supporter, but never a savior. Any woman is just as capable of being a hero as any man." - Hayao Miyazaki

(via theglasscat)

Jul 22

(via fuckyeahbenswen)

"Yes, poor little old you. There we were, discussing rape, violence against women, systemic oppression and other manifestations of sexism, and you had to jump in to remind us that “not all men” do these things. Why don’t you really say what you want to say? “I HAVE NEVER RAPED/HIT/ASSAULTED A WOMAN!” Right? Isn’t this what you really want to say? Yes, make a discussion that is about the plight of MILLIONS of women about poor little old you. I mean, millions of women are being assaulted and oppressed, but you’ve never done it, so why are we making you uncomfortable with these discussions?"

- Brenda Wambui breaking down the ridiculous “Not all men!” phrase over at Medium. Top-notch work. (via itmac)

(via davidgigglemour)

Jul 22

"Shall I be her?"

- Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe, My Week With Marilyn (via blondiewithsmarts)

Jul 21
Jul 21

heatherm00ch:

I reblog this every time I see it. I just cant

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fuckyeahdirectors:

Dustin Hoffman on the set of Quartet (2012).



I don’t know if I’ve ever discussed how much I love Dustin Hoffman, so lemme just say…I love Dustin Hoffman.
Jul 20

fuckyeahdirectors:

Dustin Hoffman on the set of Quartet (2012).

I don’t know if I’ve ever discussed how much I love Dustin Hoffman, so lemme just say…I love Dustin Hoffman.

terpsikeraunos:

au in which the library of alexandria didn’t burn down

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Jul 20
kafkasapartment:

Afternoon, 1895. Emil Christian Rosenstand (1859-1932). Watercolor.
Jul 20

kafkasapartment:

Afternoon, 1895. Emil Christian Rosenstand (1859-1932). Watercolor.

(via theglasscat)

Jul 20

mastersoflight:

Southern Gothic Noir Pt. II: Night of The Hunter (Charles Laughton, 1955)

Visually one of my favorite movies of all-time, this dark fairytale is set in the swamps of the American South and borrows the language of film noir. It’s a delicious combination, and the film has been highly influential for many prominent filmmakers.

Robert Mitchum (wonderfully creepy as always) plays an unscrupulous con-artist and self-appointed preacher, who memorably uses the tattoos of “good” and “evil” on his knuckles to narrate a parable about human nature. Shelly Winters appears as the (as usual) hapless wife who ends up collateral damage in Mitchum’s scheme to find the money hidden by her now-deceased convict husband, the location of which is only known by her children. In a truly brilliant casting decision, American’s Sweetheart, Lillian Gish, is the children’s savior - a tough old hymn-singing woman with a shotgun.

The whole film is told from the children’s point of view as an eerie fairytale with frogs, rabbits and spider webs appearing in the foreground and stark expressionist sets filled with shadows.

(via filmnoirandfemmefatales)

Jul 19

oldfilmsflicker:

80 films streaming on Netflix with Academy Award nominated/winning performances by women: 

  1. The Master
  2. My Week With Marilyn
  3. Albert Nobbs
  4. The Iron Lady
  5. Blue Valentine
  6. The King’s Speech
  7. The Kids Are All Right
  8. Rachel Getting Married
  9. Brokeback Mountain
  10. Capote
  11. The Constant Gardener
  12. Hotel Rwanda
  13. Cold Mountain
  14. Something’s Gotta Give
  15. The Hours
  16. Music of the Heart
  17. Boys Don’t Cry
  18. Shakespeare in Love
  19. Little Voice
  20. Titanic
  21. Mrs. Brown
  22. The Wings of the Dove
  23. The English Patient
  24. Fargo
  25. Sense and Sensibility
  26. Georgia
  27. Dead Man Walking
  28. Pulp Fiction
  29. Tom & Viv
  30. Enchanted April
  31. Passion Fish
  32. The Prince of Tides
  33. Thelma & Louise
  34. The Silence of the Lambs
  35. The Fisher King
  36. The Grifters
  37. Ghost
  38. Steel Magnolias
  39. My Left Foot
  40. The Accused
  41. Broadcast News
  42. Fatal Attraction
  43. A Room With a View
  44. Children of a Lesser God
  45. The Big Chill
  46. Terms of Endearment
  47. Sophie’s Choice
  48. On Golden Pond
  49. Reds
  50. Manhattan
  51. Breaking Away
  52. An Unmarried Woman
  53. The Turning Point
  54. Julia
  55. Annie Hall
  56. Carrie
  57. Paper Moon
  58. Love Story
  59. MASH
  60. Five Easy Pieces
  61. Rosemary’s Baby
  62. The Graduate
  63. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
  64. Barefoot in the Park
  65. Marriage Italian Style
  66. Never On Sunday
  67. The Apartment
  68. Imitation of Life
  69. Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
  70. Witness For the Prosecution
  71. Love is a Many-Splendored Thing
  72. From Here To Eternity
  73. The African Queen
  74. All About Eve
  75. Gentleman’s Agreement
  76. The Bells of St. Mary’s
  77. Double Indemnity
  78. The Grapes of Wrath
  79. A Star is Born
  80. Of Human Bondage

(via filmnoirandfemmefatales)

Jul 19

Jeff Goldblum & his beautiful hands [X]

(Source: juleswinnfields, via humphreysbogart)


Jeff Goldblum in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Jul 19

Jeff Goldblum in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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Jul 19

padalesexy:

me in 60 years

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whyamiamusicmajor:

ahappygirl:

One time when my music theory professor was a student in college, he had to accompany an extremely rude soprano for a recital. She treated him like dirt during rehearsals. Just before going on to perform, she made some really snide remark to him that ticked him off, so he transposed the piece up a half step. She cracked three times.

Always be nice to your accompanists, folks.

There is a special place in hell for people that are rude to their accompanists

(via redheadwithbedhead)

Jul 19
Jul 19

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