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Lions for lambs, 2007 - dir. Robert Redford







crypticmeth:

1/? favorite film characters →  Lester Burnham in American Beauty (1999)

"My name is Lester Burnham. This is my neighborhood; this is my street; this is my life. I am 42 years old; in less than a year I will be dead. Of course I don’t know that yet, and in a way, I am dead already."




Remember those posters that said, “Today is the first day of the rest of your life”? Well, that’s true of every day but one - the day you die.

American Beauty (1999)













The Star Trek cast doing a coordination test on the Urgant Show x




redformans:

Emma Thompson attends a photocall for BAFTA’s Screenwriter Lecture series at BFI Southbank on September 20, 2014

redformans:

Emma Thompson attends a photocall for BAFTA’s Screenwriter Lecture series at BFI Southbank on September 20, 2014




sorry-no-more-no-less:

Emily Blunt in the press room after winning a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in Gideon’s Daughter, 2007.




theaterforthepoor:

Eva Green in “The Dreamers” / dir. Bernardo Bertolucci / ph: Séverine Brigeot / 2003




“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.”




hurdwood:

The Book Thief (2013), dir. Brian Percival

"She leaned down and looked at his lifeless face and Liesel kissed her best friend, Rudy Steiner, soft and true on his lips. He tasted dusty and sweet. He tasted like regret in the shadows of trees and in the glow of the anarchist’s suit collection. She kissed him long and soft, and when she pulled herself away, she touched his mouth with her fingers. She did not say goodbye. She was incapable, and after a few more minutes at his side, she was able to tear herself from the ground. It amazes me what humans can do, even when streams are flowing down their faces and they stagger on, coughing and searching, and finding.”



hurdwood:

Stardust (2007), dir. Matthew Vaughn

"Oh, excuse me, madam. Sorry. This may seem strange, but have you seen a fallen star anywhere?"
"You’re funny."
"No, really, we’re in a crater. This must be where it fell."



hurdwood:

A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004), dir. Brian Silberling

When the children first meet Count Olaf and Jim Carrey says, “Give me the line again,” was not actually in the script, it was Carrey staying in character wanting to try it again, but they kept the cameras rolling and felt it worked the way it happened.