agosto 7, 2013

agosto 7, 2013

agosto 7, 2013

agosto 7, 2013

gettinziggywithit:

George’s “dis gonna be good” face while he’s eating is what makes this scene.

agosto 7, 2013

agosto 7, 2013

agosto 7, 2013

Rebecca (1940)

agosto 7, 2013

I’m watching Manhattan

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Manhattan on GetGlue.com

agosto 7, 2013

mabellonghetti:

Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages (D. W. Griffith – 1916) 

  • Intolerance was made partly in response to criticism of Griffith’s previous film, The Birth of a Nation (1915), which was attacked by the NAACP and other groups as perpetuating racial stereotypes and glorifying the Ku Klux Klan.
  • D.W. Griffith invested more than $2 million on the film, an unprecedented amount of money at the time. “Intolerance” never even came close to earning back its budget – audiences in 1916 were completely unused to seeing films which ran in excess of 3 hours. Even when it was re-cut and released as 2 separate features, “The Fall of Babylon” and “The Mother and the Law”, it still failed to make money. 

One on my tops.

agosto 7, 2013

Streetcar Named Desire is a picture that will be long remembered in the annals of screen history. For probably the first time, the freer medium of the films is used to its full advantage, and we are shown the real magic of what the camera can do. The performances of Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, and Karl Malden are truly magnificent. All four deliver portrayals of rare understanding and depth, which are brought out to their fullest degree by Elia Kazan’s sensitive direction. A Streetcar Named Desire is proof the motion-picture industry is grown-up.❞ — Jane Wyman (1951)