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You forgot to add sixteen "true stories" and a made for reddit watermark and then also that stupid two panel face that's like coming thorough the darkness and looks surprised or some shit
and then i went to the store and i said to the clerk
By a hilarious coincidence (?), I actually used those tests today to see if you are 'fertile' in the cycle, and today I am. So if you come over now, we can make this happen.
v I am now pointing downwards 'cause I know you will be the next person to post.
and the sewers are all muddied with a thousand lonely suicides
and a dark wind blows
How about we don't make it public at all and stop trying to make these criminals look like heroes in the eyes of impressionable, angry children?
Watch the movie We Need To Talk About Kevin. It is exactly that.
I remember those times. Those times were dark times....
You can't concentrate on the road if you're orgasming everywhere.
Amour was brutal stuff. Really upsetting, I liked how Haneke didn't try to have any death bed philosophy or try to say anything profound. Really beautiful and incredibly life affirming. Liked it a lot.
Well, she was nominated for supporting actress in Les Miserables, but I doubt she is as ****able in that as she was in TDKR.
It's now "Between 5 and 10" films. Gives them leeway on good/bad years.
You can have my babies for the experiment.
I don't think Beasts was ever shown at my local cinema. Has it even been released in the UK? I dunno, it completely slipped under my radar
Honestly that sounds absolutely terrible to me. Like, that is almost how I would describe films I never want to watch.
Here's the full nominations.
Pagan, you know me.
If I sat down to watch Beasts it'd be a waste of my, yours and everyones time.
I was surprised by Amour. I mean it was probably a shoo-in to win best foreign feature, but best film overall? Very impressive.
I haven't actually seen it though >.>
Also, as a Brit I'm fiercely proud of the nod Pirates! got. Excellent stuff.
There's a nobel prize right there.
I think McGregor was better than Watts in The Impossible. I mean, she's great and everything, but she does spend the majority of the film lying half dead in a bed. McGregor gave it the emotional core, for me and the person I saw it with it was always his scenes bringing tears to the eyes, and in once case a full on tear-fest. If she was good enough for a nomination, he certainly was.
1 I loved, 1 I haven't seen yet as it's not out and 7 I haven't seen and don't give a shit about ever seeing, especially Beasts.
The fact that The Master hasn't been nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars has made me unreasonably angry.