GAY BEST FRIEND 2013
It’s from the director of Jawbreaker so I hope it’s a black comedy about a gay dude who low key ruins the lives of the girls who try to use him like a fashion accessory
oh goodness oh dear
I don’t even know how to react at this point
“no people should be treated as accessories”
oh my god the last 35 seconds of the video makes me really want to see this
OH GOD YES
Gatsby. He had an extraordinary sense of hope. But I had the uneasy feeling that he was guarding secrets.
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I like movies!
that was unexpected
if this isn’t a plot twist i dont know what is
I think he literally broke the 4th wall
A crash course on non-disney films and studios (sequels not included; list is not exhaustive)
Citizen Kane (1941)
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The Girl in Byakkoya | Paprika 2006
Now I finally know where this song is from! :D
ABCD ( Any Body Can Dance ) - Official Trailer - Prabhudeva - Remo D`Souza (by UTVMotionPictures)
So while looking at showings in my town, I found this movie and got really excited.
…and then I watched the trailer and realized they copied half their moves and routines from the Step Up films. :/
I guess I’m disappointed in ABCD because instead of being an Indian dance film that incorporates elements of both traditional and modern dance, it’s just a rehash of a popular American dance film series…
In other words, it’s an imitation when it could have been its own cultural phenomenon.
(sorry, was that setting my standards and expectations too high?)
Also, I keep reading it as ABDC (America’s Best Dance Crew) and chuckling to myself.
Credited with “almost single-handedly revitalizing the main-title sequence as an art form”, Kyle Cooper is the visionary director behind over 150 film and television title sequences. His work is known for the massive amount of time, research and detail that goes into every single sequence he creates. Cooper’s resume includes such pieces as: The Mummy, Band of Brothers, Dreamcatcher, the entire Spider-Man trilogy, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Across the Universe, TRON: Legacy, The Tree of Life, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and Argo.
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