Character Posters: ‘The World’s End’ | Empire
Beautful Syrian children of Aleppo, some might not even be alive anymore.
That photographer is a young dutch man who went to Syria. I remember i talked about the third photo. Saying that girl was very happy and stuff until he took a photo of her. Than he could see the real pain etc.etc.
okay, hold up. i have been so upset about this. do you see this young man? he deserves a goddamn nomination if not being handed the fucking oscar, okay. here’s why:
1. this fucker had never acted before. he only was at the auditions because his brother was auditioning and he BRIBED him to come for A MOTHERFUCKING SUBWAY SANDWICH.
2. i don’t know if you know this, but there was NO tiger in any damn scene when he is on that damn boat. HE IS LOOKING AT AIR AND I BELIEVED THERE WAS A FUCKING TIGER IN THE MOVIE UNTIL AFTER I WATCHED AN INTERVIEW WHERE HE SAYS THERE’S NO DAMN TIGER. HE WAS SUCH A GOOD ACTOR I THOUGHT THERE WAS AN ACTUAL TIGER.
3. HE DIDN’T KNOW HOW TO SWIM. look, this kid lied about being able to stay afloat, but HE LEARNED AT LIKE 18 TO SWIM FOR THIS MOVIE. HIS PART IN THE MOVIE IS SURROUNDED BY WATER. MAN, I’VE BEEN SWIMMING SINCE I WAS TWO AND I WOULD STILL BE DYING IF I WAS DOING HALF THE SHIT HE PUT UP WITH IN THAT WATER. HE COULDN’T SWIM. LIKE WATER WAS CONSTANTLY DROWNING HIM. I WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED IF HE NEVER GOES NEAR THE WATER AGAIN AFTER THE AMOUNT OF TIME HE WAS ALMOST DROWNED.
4. if this is not enough to convince you, also look how cute he is and keep in mind that he NEVER GOT THAT FUCKING SUBWAY SANDWICH.
thank you for your time and if you haven’t seen the movie, go see it because it is amazing and i am very passionate about it as you can see.
somebody get that motherfucker a sandwhich
send him thousands of fuckin sandwiches
~ Executive Etiquette, by Chester Burger, 1969
The Good Old Days = a time when you needed an etiquette book to tell you that “aside from his skin color” a “Negro” is “just like anyone else”.
When I was growing up in Texas I would fantasize what it would be like living in New York. How I would hail taxis in a rush to meet friends, walk down tree-lined streets under the anonymous gaze of passerby, and have nights of crisp cocktails and dancing to the jazz music filling the room, with the streaming lights of the city engulfing me in all the dreams I could dare to dream.
When we met the face of Vera Wang’s new perfume Be Jeweled, Laura Love, I knew instantly from our conversation we should shoot a day in her life. She talked about her passion for ballet, her new role in New York as a model and what it is like being young and beautiful in this vast city of endless possibilities.
Here is a day in the life of Laura Love for Vera Wang Be Jeweled…
The ‘Overview Effect’. It’s a thing.
“One of the astronauts said, ‘When we originally went to the moon our total focus was on the moon, we weren’t thinking about looking back at the Earth. But now that we’ve done it, that may well have been the most important reason we went.’” -David Beaver
“I’m sure we all interpreted it somewhat differently. I know some of the fellows would go right to a religious explanation. I didn’t, I went to more of a science explanation, and, uh, I think ‘Oh that’s wonderful. That’s what it takes to build a civilization.’” - Edgar Mitchell
“When I was above the space station looking down at the space station, looking down against the Earth and seeing this, you know, amazing accomplishment, you know I was thinking ‘Wow, you know there were fifteen nations that worked together to build this amazing orbital complex in space. And if we can, you know, take these fifteen nations and do this amazing accomplishment imagine what we can do by working together by setting aside our differences for a common goal to overcome some of the challenges facing our planet.’” - Ron J. Garan Jr.
Watching this makes you want to become an astronaut. Desperately.