Motion Pictures at a Revolution

Snarkoleptic. Thief of joy. Crusher of dreams. Holder of grudges . Haver of opinions. Passionate cineaste. Amateur critic. Professional snob.

Feel free to ask me anything.
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Mark: What’s the weather like?
Morgan: Raining.
Mark: Is it raining men?
Morgan: In Kyle’s dreams.

"The Earth is evil. We don’t need to grieve for it." #HappyEarthDay

Enough people have written extensively on Buster Keaton’s 1924 masterpiece Sherlock Jr., not to mention Andrew Horton’s book on the film, and certainly there have been a plethora of those who have written on the iconic dream sequence. So, if nothing more, I shall merely reiterate my love, and speculate on the love from others, for such a fantastical sequence. Even so early in the life of the cinema, Buster Keaton articulated our fascination and adoration for film.

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- Celluloid Dreams: Why We Love Buster Keaton’s Sherlock Jr. 

Enough people have written extensively on Buster Keaton’s 1924 masterpiece Sherlock Jr., not to mention Andrew Horton’s book on the film, and certainly there have been a plethora of those who have written on the iconic dream sequence. So, if nothing more, I shall merely reiterate my love, and speculate on the love from others, for such a fantastical sequence. Even so early in the life of the cinema, Buster Keaton articulated our fascination and adoration for film.

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- Celluloid Dreams: Why We Love Buster Keaton’s Sherlock Jr. 

lottereinigerforever:

Kirsten Dunst in “Melancholia”

illusioncinematographique:

Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais, 1961)

Melancholia (Lars Von Trier, 2011)

What, would people stop ignoring me on OKCupid if I just put that I’m really great giving head? Or would they continue to not reply to my messages? Hmph.

Giraffe Neck #selfie

"When danger’s near, exploit their fear." #ReeferMadness

A few people have asked me about whether I would make a blog for my Grindr adventures, because apparently people find them very amusing. It’d go along nicely with the essay I wrote about Grindr. So, if I were to expand it into a separate blog/archive, would that interest you at all?