7:41 am - Wed, Jul 23, 2014
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Waiter: Well, are you ready to order now or…?Eddie: No.Rose: Yes, goddammit. I’m going to have the fucking poached salmon, with the son-of-a-bitching rice, and a dirty bastard salad with a shitload of Roquefort dressing. Thank you. And um, who knows what this asshole wants.

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oldfilmsflicker:

Waiter: Well, are you ready to order now or…?
Eddie: No.
Rose: Yes, goddammit. I’m going to have the fucking poached salmon, with the son-of-a-bitching rice, and a dirty bastard salad with a shitload of Roquefort dressing. Thank you. And um, who knows what this asshole wants.

Movie Quote of the Day – Dogfight, 1991 (dir. Nancy Savoca) | the diary of a film history fanatic

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heavenhillgirl:

Trainspotting (1996), dir. Danny Boyle

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11:34 pm - Tue, Jul 22, 2014
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Gillian Anderson in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - September 29, 1998.

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michaelsocha:

I’ve been thinking about the crossover tour a lot. I’ve even had dreams about it. It’s just this whole different world for us, you know? We’ve been working for this ever since we were kids. I guess I’m a little scared. Are they gonna love me, mama?
Yes, mija. They’re going to love you.

Selena (1997)

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betweenpurpleandblue:


at the 1997 Radiohead show in NYC

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at the 1997 Radiohead show in NYC

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7:10 pm - Sat, Jul 19, 2014
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thefinalimage:

Thelma & Louise | 1991 | dir. Ridley Scott

Watching a movie for the first time while already knowing the ending can sometimes create for a taxing experience, but in this case, knowing the ending helps you feel the descent of Thelma (Geena Davis) and Louise (Susan Sarandon) more strongly, and because Davis and Sarandon are so good in their roles and because the hardships their characters go through are so terrible, you continuously root for them, and even applaud them during this final tragic scene. 

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