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truthandmovies:

LARS VON TRIER WRITES A SCREENPLAY

theacademy:

50 years ago tonight Mary Poppins flew into theaters. Author P. L. Travers who wrote the stories the film was based on came to Hollywood to see the movie alongside Walt Disney. 

The film was nominated for 13 Oscars and won five; Best Actress for Julie Andrews, Best Film Editing, Original Music Score, Best Visual Effects, and Best Original Song for “Chim Chim Cher-ee”.

joeydeangelis:

don’t mind me
just looking back on my summer

cornishcapitol:

Memorials all over the World for Robin Williams - his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, his house from Mork & Mindy, the bench from Good Will Hunting, and the house from Mrs Doubtfire among them.

Rest in Peace Robin Williams.

(via moviesonfilm)


“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it."  - Robin Williams [July 29th 1951 - August 11th 2014]

You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it."
Robin Williams
[July 29th 1951 - August 11th 2014]

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Terra’s Endless List of Favourite Films →  Jumanji (1995)

What do you mean “the game thinks”?

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dadsamoviecritic:

dadsamoviecritic:

Dead Poets Society (1989)

I’m both shocked and troubled with the news of the apparent death of this genious. Rest In Peace my friend.

theacademy:

A shout out to the directors

joeydeangelis:

#84: Chef (dir. Jon Favreau, 2014)

I may not do everything great in my life, but I’m good at this.

When Brad Pitt’s character, Lt. Aldo Raine, pretends to be an Italian actor near the end of the movie, he uses name “Enzo Girolami”, which is the birth name of the director of original Inglorious Bastards  (The Inglorious Bastards (1978)), Enzo G. Castellari.

In a scene in the movie theater, Eli Roth’s character Sgt. Donny Donowitz uses the alias “Antonio Margheriti”. This alias is named after cult Italian director Antonio Margheriti (director of such films as Cannibal Apocalypse (1980)), one of Roth’s and Quentin Tarantino’s favorite directors.

(via theacademy)

The Sound of Music (1965)

dicaprihoez:

I think anybody who falls in love is a freak. It’s a crazy thing to do. It’s kind of like a form of socially acceptable insanity.”

Her (2013)

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