absolutelyvantastic:

stop romanticizing danny devito 

stop romanticizing danny devito 

stop romanticizing danny devito 

stop romanticizing danny devito 

  • stop romanticizing danny devito 
  1. stop romanticizing danny devito 

I did not know that this was a problem.

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betterbooktitles:

Eugene O’Neill: Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Reader Submission: Title and Redesign by Chris Lawton

betterbooktitles:

Eugene O’Neill: Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Reader Submission: Title and Redesign by Chris Lawton

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semisweet-rubix:

#most important story arch in the whole movie tbh

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"

Art that pretends to seriousness, whether moral or philosophical, tends to come in clearly marked packages: “For Intelligent People Only” is stamped right on the tin. “Highbrow” reading. Art Movies. Literary Fiction. Fine Art. But because it’s made with such vast and rich resources, and because so many people get to experience and share it, mass media can sometimes offer inclusive, human and dynamic dimensions often denied to more recondite forms of art. Mass media can more easily approach universality, for example. It can be truly for everyone, of any age, class or level of education. It can be freer, lighter, funnier.

How much truth can “highbrow” works really contain, when their audiences are limited to only the “serious” and “intelligent”? Granting that they can’t possibly pretend to be speaking to everyone—because, when we say, “everyone,” shouldn’t we mean exactly that? After all, the human condition is the property of all—of the youngest as well as the oldest. The same fears, and the same delights are what make us all human. The same mystery at the heart of existence, times seven billion.

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Maria Bustillos’ amazing write-up on what makes Adventure Time so exceptional.

elvisomar:

Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Time isn’t holding us, time isn’t after us.

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emptinests:

Too post-punk to live, too new wave to die. 

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Anais Mitchell – Flowers (Eurydice (42 plays)

Flowers bloom until they rot and fall apart
Is anybody listening?
I open my mouth and nothing comes out
Nothing
Nothing gonna wake me now