Movie Log 9/28/14
Hellboy (2004) This movie seem to come out really ahead of its time. I love del Torro’s use of practical effects. Here’s to a third one!

Movie Log 9/28/14

Hellboy (2004) This movie seem to come out really ahead of its time. I love del Torro’s use of practical effects. Here’s to a third one!


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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

In order to acquaint himself with his three lead actors, director Alfonso Cuarón had each of them write an essay about their characters, from a first-person point of view. Emma Watson wrote a 10-page essay. Daniel Radcliffe wrote a one-page summary, and Rupert Grint never even turned his in. (x)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums rottentomatoes:

In honor of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary, here’s a list of the best films featuring SNL alums

Films: Big (1988) dir. Penny Marshall

Films: Big (1988) dir. Penny Marshall

Movie log: 9/26/14

Big (1988) I forgot how awesome this movie is. Tom Hanks is just fantastic. This is such a great reminder that if I ever become rich, I will put a trampoline in my house. 

Movie Log: 9/26/14

I Know That Voice (2014) A documentary on netflix about voice actors. This covers just about every aspect of voice acting and interviews many famous voices behind cartoon characters everyone knows and loves. The film could have used more clips to show exactly who the characters are, but it’s still worth checking out. 

Sophie’s Choice (1982) Apart of the AFI’s 100 greatest films, this was Merryl Streep and Kevin Kline’s break out performances and they are a strong force in this film. It’s a very dark film, but it has great moments of lightheartedness as well. The ending will break your heart and if you’re looking for something light, look elsewhere. But if you want some heartbreaking performances and an emotional journey, this is a big one. 

literallygoth:

I loved channing tatum in spy kids

literallygoth:

I loved channing tatum in spy kids

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Movie log: 9/24/14

Tangled (2010) Roommate hadn’t seen this one. So, I changed that. 

Movie log: 9/23/13

Dallas Buyers Club (2013) Great performances, great movie. 

misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”
misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 
"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”

misterfaust:

Harry Potter Criterion by Patrick Sullivan 

"In celebration of the release of the final Harry Potter Film, I designed this collection of DVDs for the series as if they were distributed by the Criterion Collection. Focusing on one or two symbolic moments or images that captured the feel and themes of each film, I attempted to create slick, rich covers that while speaking to the more mature nature of the series as it progressed, never lost sight of the magic its had from the beginning.”

disneytrivia:

In an interview with the UK newspaper The Telegraph, Bob Hoskins admitted that Who Framed Roger Rabbit drove him a bit nuts

"I think I went a bit mad while working on that. Lost my mind. The voice of the rabbit was there just behind the camera all the time," he recalled. "The trouble was, I had learnt how to hallucinate. My daughter had an invisible friend called Jeffrey and I played with her and this invisible friend until one day I actually saw the friend. […] My daughter, when I came back from filming in San Francisco, she said ‘Dad, slow down, slow down. You’re going barmy, mate.’ And I was."


"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."

(via rottentomatoes)