if I was looking for safe, I wouldn’t be sticking my dick through a wall

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All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in the rain. Time to die.

Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty, in Blade Runner


Quite an experience to live in fear, isn’t it? That’s what it is to be a slave.”

Movies Watched in 2014 | Blade Runner (1982)


Tuesday July 1st, 2014: Mean Streets (1973) - Martin Scorsese 

It’s all bullshit except the pain. The pain of hell. The burn from a lighted match increased a million times. Infinite. Now, ya don’t fuck around with the infinite. There’s no way you do that. The pain in hell has two sides. The kind you can touch with your hand; the kind you can feel in your heart… your soul, the spiritual side. And ya know… the worst of the two is the spiritual.”

I wish to ask your opinons on Amélie, The Imposter, Waking Life and Sunset Limited. What would be your comments on these movies? And also I am not a Marlon fan should I still watch A Street Car Named Desire? —Anonymous

I love Amelie but i have a thing for french movies in general so..

I watched The Imposter just a couple days ago on tv. I missed the beginning of it but i kept watching because i was curious about the story. Other than that it was mehh :/

I liked Waking Life a lot. In the beginning i got bored a little tbh. But than i got really into it beacuse of the interesting conversations and ideas.

I didnt watch Sunset Limited.

HOW ARE YOU NOT A FAN OF MARLON?!!1 Even if you’re not a fan you’ll be after watching ASCND. I liked it a little more because of Marlon but still it is a great movie. Very intriguing characters and great dialogue. If you like classic movies in general you should watch it.


Mike McLintock in 3.7 “Special Relationship”.

- So then I’m not in charge anymore? - Correct. - Good, ‘cause I could use a nap.

In our minds, there ain’t any confusion                        

About who we are and what we’re gonna be        

We’re gonna get free.


The ugly club. Matt Walsh in a dress cannot be beaten. 

Vivre Sa Vie (1962)

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I always thought women’s prison would be more about community and girl power and stuff. But some of these women just seem crazy.

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