HAAAAAAAAAAA eff Spike
Straw game strong since the early days on the West Wing
God, so true.
Synecdoche, New York is not a movie I have ever wanted to see again. Charlie Kaufman’s movie about creation, art, and sense of self is probably a masterpiece, as intricate and volatile and fully-formed as anything I’ve seen. It’s also a frighteningly insightful film on the subject of being alone, even as you live in a world entirely of your making. I was deeply unsettled by it then, and I’m deeply unsettled by it now, even just thinking about it. Hoffman’s character comes to understand his loneliness so completely, so terribly.
God bless this garbage barge of a show.
Moment of 2013 on film.
Moments like this, I can feel your heart beating as clearly as I feel my own, and I know that separation is an illusion. My life extends far beyond the limitations of me.
I love Patty.
"Hello I’m Leonardo DiCaprio and some of you may know that I’ll be playing Jordan Belfort in the new film The Wolf of Wall Street. What separates Jordan’s story from others like it is the brutal honesty with which he talks about the mistakes he has made in his life. I’ve been in his company many times but there is nothing quite like Jordan’s public speaking and his ability to train and empower young entrepreneurs. Jordan stands as a shining example of the transformative qualities of ambition and hard work, and in that regard he is a true motivator.”
This is great.