The Best of Me (2014)
The Best of Me (2014)
i keep saying this but the rebel has such good cinematography like. genuinely. every shot is so deliberate and the framing in some of the scenes is literally breathtaking like just. god. a lot of thought went into how everything was shot and it shows
literally ever hobbit fancutter: the pj series is bloated and stuff liked a turkey and arduous and strenous
ever hobbit fancut: break neck pacing
An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)
The conjuring 3
Director of Sam Swan
the Enfield case
Chicago Fire (2012-)
Subjective shots — Lee Do Hyun as Lee Eun Hyuk in SWEET HOME (2020) dir. Lee Eung Bok & Hwang Hee Tae in YOUTH OF MAY (2021) dir. Song Min Yeop
ok so was anybody going to tell me that
- Caitlin Blackwood (little Amelia from 2011 Doctor Who) is still acting
- she was most recently in a film called Lost at Christmas, described by IMDB as a “feel good festive romance” or whatever
- other actors in this movie include
-- Sylvester McCoy
-- Frazer Hines
or did I have to look it up on IMDB myself??
- also Caitlin Blackwood’s character is apparently named Clara, which,,,, [conspiracy board meme]
Grey’s Anatomy (2005– )
Indiana Jones 5
something about kaylee’s genuine laughs during the panda scene
365 Days (2020)
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
65. INT. THE COTTAGE (WASHROOM) -- NIGHT
Chuck is in the bathroom dressed for bed. He is examining his face in the mirror, looking for any facial hair to shave. He has his Mother’s pink razor in hand, ready to cut off any offending stubble, when Meg comes in and closes the door behind her.
CHUCK: Hey! Get out!
MEG: It’s alright. We’re related.
Chuck is not amused. He puts the razor aside trying to hide it.
MEG (CONT.): You’re supposed to use cream, you know?
CHUCK: (mimicking) You’re supposed to use cream, you know?
He starts to brush his teeth. Meg looks at him. She’s got something she wants to confess to him.
MEG: Promise not to get mad?
MEG: OK forget it then... How’s it going with the Freak?
Chuck winces at the sound of the old nickname.
MEG: Do you like him yet?
CHUCK: What kind of a stupid question’s that?
MEG: Well? Does he like you?
CHUCK: How should I know what he likes?!
MEG: Alright. Keep you hair on... You’re getting so protective of him.
CHUCK: I am not... I’m just tired.
Chuck yawns, to get rid of Meg. She takes the hint, unhappily.
MEG: Have it your way.
She turns to go. Chuck can see she is hurt.
MEG: I don’t know why I bother with you. I’m your sister and you don’t even like me.
CHUCK: I do so.
MEG: No you don’t. I guess you’re his friend now. But why you can’t have more than one friend, I don’t know.
CHUCK: You’re the best sister I’ve got Meg.
Chuck grins. Megan sticks her tongue out. And then has a thought.
MEG: What about McLeod for Mother?
MEG (CONT.): He could save us from the Hairball.
She exits. We can see that Chuck is thinking about her idea.
This deleted scene was transcribed from an early draft of The Man Without a Face (1993) (screenplay by Malcolm MacRury, based on the book by Isabelle Holland).
It would have taken place directly after the scene in McLeod’s art studio, where he tells Chuck about how he got burned, and directly before the scene where Chuck attempts to give McLeod sympathy over it and McLeod storms off.
The actors involved would have been Nick Stahl and Gaby Hoffmann.
ren: now you have to go and get on the right side of the tower— i meant the other one— okay thats fine i can work with that okay now were having a conversation so
grian: *intense screaming*
Blue Valentine (2010)
Sex and the City (1998–2004)
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13 Going on 30 (2004)