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barbarastanwyck:

High Anxiety (1977)

barbarastanwyck:

High Anxiety (1977)

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e-pic:

Mel Brooks in High Anxiety

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Mel Brooks in High Anxiety

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filmslookingatyou:

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lang.

filmslookingatyou:

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lang.

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thefilmstage:

WB have announced a 10-disc Stanley Kubrick Blu-ray collection with new documentaries.

First the herzog collection now this….why don’t I have a blurry playa

thefilmstage:

WB have announced a 10-disc Stanley Kubrick Blu-ray collection with new documentaries.

First the herzog collection now this….why don’t I have a blurry playa

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Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980)

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herzogbaby:

Badlands Directed by Terrence Malick (1973)- Malick’s debut, the lyrical tale of two young lovers on the run, remains one of his most poignant and beautiful films. Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek are perfect as the two alienated youths. Spacek is innocence, accepting the twisted “wisdom” of Sheen’s Kit, with an acceptance of all the good in the world. Her voice-over is haunting because of the killings taking place but it is also poetic. The astounding cinematography makes the American landscape irresistible yet imposing. It invites you in, to a more natural state, but is unforgiving and harsh. Kit’s more natural and animalistic state pulls him into the abyss, with Holly not far behind. The music, imagery, and the generally elegant way it is put together make it such a pleasant and almost uplifting experience at time but when the darkness at the heart of the film becomes more and more evident everything feels melancholic. Something about Malick’s point of view always seems surprisingly optimistic though. He’s kind of like the antithesis to Herzog when it comes to man’s relationship with nature, or at least it feels that way. I always come out of a Malick film, no matter what hardships and horrors the people have been through, with a good feeling of it seeming like wonderful things have been enlightened. Herzog often delivers the same thing but oftentimes it feels like he enlightens how humanity fails, while Malick has a bit of hope that some can be better. Simply as an experience Badlands is an excellent film. It flows so well and is always a pleasure to watch in every way, while also having so much impact.

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wehadfacesthen:

Orson Welles, 1938, a photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe

wehadfacesthen:

Orson Welles, 1938, a photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe

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Fiction is one of the few experiences where loneliness can be both confronted and relieved. Drugs, movies where stuff blows up, loud parties — all these chase away loneliness by making me forget my name’s Dave and I live in a one-by-one box of bone no other party can penetrate or know. Fiction, poetry, music and, in various ways, religion — these are the places (for me) where loneliness is countenanced, stared down, transfigured, treated.
— David Foster Wallace (via gowpng14)
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thefilmstage:

Watch the full-length trailer For Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman.

thefilmstage:

Watch the full-length trailer For Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman.

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film-picks:

If I do what you tell me, will you love me?

→ Vertigo (1958)

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