“ Movies can be anything. They can be escape or they can be confrontation. It’s an incredibly malleable art form, which takes the best out of every other art form – writing, music, performance, visual imagery. It’s such a complete art at its best. ”
Daniel Radcliffe’s answer to 'What do you love about movies?'
me watching credits: HOW DARE THEY PUT THE MALE CO-STAR’S NAME BEFORE THE FEMALE LEAD’S - oh no wait, it’s okay they’ve gone alphabetical - OR IS THAT WHY THEY WENT ALPHABETICAL
The Princess Bride (1987)
Has it got any sports in it?
Are you kidding? Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles…
Doesn’t sound too bad. I’ll try to stay awake.
if ever you feel a bit too proud about everything you’ve achieved in your life so far, just remember that orson welles directed, produced, wrote and starred in citizen kane when he was 25 years old
“ [Marlon] Brando was an avid student and proponent of Stella Adler, from whom he learned the techniques of the Stanislavski System. This technique encouraged the actor to explore his own feelings and past experiences to fully realize the character being portrayed. Brando’s remarkable insight and sense of realism was evident early on. Adler used to recount that when teaching Brando, she had instructed the class to act like chickens, and added that a nuclear bomb was about to fall on them. Most of the class clucked and ran around wildly, but Brando sat calmly and pretended to lay an egg. Asked by Adler why he had chosen to react this way, he said, “I’m a chicken—What do I know about bombs? ”
i can’t stop laughing
Brando sat calmly and pretended to lay an egg