Everything Caught on Camera

A never-ending obsession on everything to do with film and TV. The good, bad, campy, science fiction, classic, cult, and of the course trashy/guilty pleasure.
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this photo makes me feel like someone traveled to an alternate dimension and brought back something that shouldnt exist

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"I’m so fucking tired of going to the cinema and watching these marriages where the wives are nagging and annoying and demanding, and the husbands are ho-hum and want this younger, hotter thing. It just is like, enough already. What about all the relationships that I see my friends having, or my parents having? Where they work together, and they’re still madly in love with each other after decades. Where’s that?"

— Brit Marling

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Is it worth the trouble? All the fame and fortune? Is it all really what it's cracked up to be? I'm just curious. And thank you for being so raw and real.
filmandtvfanatic filmandtvfanatic Said:



It’s really really not. The “fame” and “fortune” is not.

But letting out the things that scream at the inside of your mind and beat inside your heart and making them your life, then finding out that they mean something to someone your life never would’ve otherwise touched? That’s worth it

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Top 10 Highest Grossing Films (not adjusted for inflation)


"There is absolutely no reason why there can’t be new characters added to account for the lack of women in the original trilogy and the newer trilogy." (x)

Myths are powerful things, because we learn who we are by telling stories. When are we going to let little girls and kids of diverse races have fantasies as powerful as those given to white boys?” (x)

"Women make up 51% of the population of this planet. We can extrapolate that even in a galaxy far, far away and in a time that is long ago that ratio is somewhat the same. So why is Star Wars Episode VII so very, very dude-y?" (x)

"If you count up all the significant female characters who appear in the original Star Wars trilogy, the list reads as follows … Princess Leia."

"J.J. Abrams’s vision of Star Wars is a dystopia far more disturbing than anything Darth Vader could have hoped for: a universe where, without any real explanation, the vast majority of women are somewhere far, far away." (x)

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hes got my vote

Sounds like Toronto.

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