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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Know your place. Accept your place. Be a shoe.

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I have an idea. This is a great place, that I think will be very helpful. It’s absolutely beautiful. It’s about an hour and a half north from here. It’s like a perfect retreat, just the two of you. It’ll give you a chance to reset the reset button. I’ve sent a lot of couples there and they’ve all come back renewed.

The One I Love (2014)

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It’s 4:30am and Still Too Humid: A Memoir #Selfie #gpoy


Laurence Anyways (2012) 

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I like to imagine the feeling I have when I’m disappointed like I’m in a silent film. I’m Buster Keaton and a bucket of water is dumped upon my head. Or it starts raining. And I just sit there and shrug, rather unsurprised. And I’ve done this for years. Not sure why. 


What about a Tinder for content posts, an app that fills your screen with only the most recent post in your social media feed? In order to clean up the stressful environment of content feeds, all you’d have to do is swipe to get to the next most-recent piece of content.

Having spoken to many frustrated Facebook-ers, there is an angst in the air about how complicated and intentionally distracting today’s Facebook experience can be. Facebook is no longer about exploration—it’s about fending off obstacles. In contrast, Tumblr and Twitter thrive off simple scrolls with extraneous options accessible only if the user wants them.

So, Facebook, maybe this is something ideal for you to consider?

I have dreams and aspirations. #KylesGrindrAdventures

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Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001).


Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001).