You can now search for my blog on Tumblr. I still don’t have anything to share but at least director-who can go cry into a corner with his dash.

fuckyeahwomenfilmdirectors:

 

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012)


I’m trying to update this blog to talk about the films I watched like this one. I can express better what I don’t like about a movie than what I did like about it but I will try not to be negative unless I see a really bad film.

Nobody read this now so I can spoil the ending lololololololololololololololololol. Everybody dies which is great because I  was hoping it wouldn’t end in a “Oops¡ the asteroid just destroy Seattle. This is awkward…” type of situation. fuckyeahwomenfilmdirectors:

 

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012)


I’m trying to update this blog to talk about the films I watched like this one. I can express better what I don’t like about a movie than what I did like about it but I will try not to be negative unless I see a really bad film.

Nobody read this now so I can spoil the ending lololololololololololololololololol. Everybody dies which is great because I  was hoping it wouldn’t end in a “Oops¡ the asteroid just destroy Seattle. This is awkward…” type of situation.

fuckyeahwomenfilmdirectors:

 

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012)

I’m trying to update this blog to talk about the films I watched like this one. I can express better what I don’t like about a movie than what I did like about it but I will try not to be negative unless I see a really bad film.

Nobody read this now so I can spoil the ending lololololololololololololololololol. Everybody dies which is great because I was hoping it wouldn’t end in a “Oops¡ the asteroid just destroy Seattle. This is awkward…” type of situation.

Hey buddy, cheer up! Everything is going to be okay but if you could change your username that would be just great.

(via director-who)

JARMUSCH UPDATE 2014: I’ve been reading up on this fella and I’m impressed with what I’ve seen. This Cleveland born AlleyKat might know some stuff about film. He wrote and directed all his stuff which is admirable. Keep checking back to #JarmuschWatch when I peep a film or two.

(via fuckyeahjimjarmusch)

humansofnewyork:

"It was the late 90’s. The police commissioner had figured out that all the people committing small crimes were the same people committing big crimes, so the cops started cracking down on all the little stuff— and crime kept going down, down, down. Everything except bank robberies. Because all the big national banks were moving into the city, and buying out all the local banks. And these new corporate banks were all about ‘customer service.’ So they replaced the retired cops at the doors with ‘greeters’ who would give you coffee and donuts. So word got around fast that robbing banks was fucking easy now. All you had to do was walk in, hand them a note, and they’d hand over the cash. I never even carried a gun. The security footage was so grainy back then, you could barely see anything. It was easy. It’s much tougher these days. I’ve had dye packs explode on me three times. The worst was about a block from here. I had just left a bank, and was walking by the entrance to Penn Station during morning rush hour. Suddenly a noise starts coming from my pants, and a bright neon cloud starts shooting out. Hundreds of people were staring at me. I threw the thing away from me, hopped in a cab, and went to a bar."

humansofnewyork:

"Bank robbery was my crime of choice. You know, I hadn’t committed a single crime until the age of 54. But then I robbed my first bank, and after that I went on quite a tear."

The coolest guy on HONY so far.

"I don’t want to be mainstream. I like being in the margins. I’m happy where I exist. The things that inspire me I find in the margins. I’m not consciously trying to be marginal, it’s just where I end up and where I live. There’s a gift in there for me and I’m happy to have that gift."

Jim Jarmusch
Born January 22, 1953

This seems like a good time and place to say that I nearly met this man. I haven’t seen any of his films which would be a statement some filmmakers couldn’t say in public I guess, but I know him from an episode on the gone-too-soon HBO series Bored To Death. It was at the Cleveland International Film Festival where I was volunteering in March and he just decided to pop by unannounced for a random film that premiered at the festival.

If I did see him it would take me a second to process that he is not the average movie goer and even longer to think of his name.

(via directors-gone-wild)

Bringin’ the pain via text

Tomorrow I will show on this unknown Tumblr blog the leaked True Detective casting lists for the next few seasons. Not only did I almost die trying to get this info from the TV overlords for you faithful fans I also lost a few pounds recently.

starwars:

Throwback Thursday - “Obi-Wan Kenobi… Obi-Wan? Now that’s a name I haven’t heard in a long time… a long time.”

I really liked watching all of the Star Wars films, but I disagree that another set of films should be made again. You know J.J. Abrams will be forced to make more than one film. I ain’t even mad at him as long as he does as well as he did with the Star Trek franchise.There, my opinion has been said.

say-it-please:

I watched Fargo for the first time and that’s it, Marge Gunderson is one of my favorite female characters of all time.
She handles everything with grace, commands respect of her male and female peers and is smart as hell. She has a warm, simple, loving relationship with her husband - she is not interested in anything else, and she will tell you that herself. She is direct and somehow polite at the same time.
Let us also remember that she’s pregnant the whole movie, and doesn’t really seem to mind.
On top of all that, her job as a police chief forces her to confront pretty heinous and petty things on a near daily basis.* Despite this, she is so goddamn nice.
Marge Gunderson is a hero.

*Noted, she is a small-town police chief, but look at her complete composure as she examines corpses on the side of the road - look at the way she fucking shoots down a guy who is grinding some other guy through a woodchipper and then arrests him WITHOUT BACKUP. She’s seen some things. And if she hasn’t, she sure as fuck has it all together.

shutthefrodo:

She is so cool

Tumblr Revelations

I REALIZED WHILE I WAS IN ATLANTA THAT YOU CAN’T SEARCH FOR MY BLOG ON TUMBLR AND THAT SUM POZER HERE IS GETTING AWAY WITH USING MY USERNAME director-who.

Day 1 Atlanta: niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice.