Some days are better than others

Jan 31

“Straight White Male: the lowest difficulty setting there is” — http://whatever.scalzi.com/2012/05/15/straight-white-male-the-lowest-difficulty-setting-there-is/

Aug 30

bxoxtxc:

Posted this before, but this piece is now chilling on the wall in Baby Blue café on Saddlergate in Derby. Go grab a coffee and see if you can spot him!
Approx 30cmx100cm, painted with acrylic and sumi on a concrete panel stolen from a skip.

bxoxtxc:

Posted this before, but this piece is now chilling on the wall in Baby Blue café on Saddlergate in Derby. Go grab a coffee and see if you can spot him!

Approx 30cmx100cm, painted with acrylic and sumi on a concrete panel stolen from a skip.

Aug 28

moviesincolor:

Woody Allen WeekEverything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex *But Were Afraid To Ask, 1972Cinematography: David M. Walsh

moviesincolor:

Woody Allen Week
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex *But Were Afraid To Ask, 1972
Cinematography: David M. Walsh

Aug 23

Warner Bros received 50,000 complaints over casting of Batman…. in 1988.

Warner Bros received 50,000 complaints over Michael Keaton’s casting as Batman…. BEFORE THE INTERNET

Jul 27

The Wolverine

It’s not the best movie featuring Wolverine, but outside of about 3mins of X2, it’s definitely the best Wolverine.

Jul 19

While humanity is in dire straits in Pacific Rim this isn’t some sort of Nolan-esque meditation on the futility of heroism or the failings of men - it’s a movie about triumph and hope and overcoming all odds.

” —

David Faraci, Badass Digest

Maybe Chris Nolan was too successful. You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain, right bro?

(via bloodhonorspoilers)

Jul 06

Tummy time with daddy

Tummy time with daddy

Jul 04

Truth!

Truth!

(Source: danharmon)

Jun 17

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Jun 14

criterioncollection:

“Why is someone who kills for money so fascinating?” 
The existential hitman on film. 

criterioncollection:

“Why is someone who kills for money so fascinating?” 

The existential hitman on film.