1. discerninggent:

Absolutely agree.

    discerninggent:

    Absolutely agree.

  2. limegreenandloki:

    Fuckdamn it.

  3. auntymana:

    kshandra:

    nestyanyan:

    Is it just me or does Coriolanus sound somewhat dirty? 

    (Please don’t haunt my dream, Shakespeare. Please do, Hiddles.)

    Saw this last night.

    Can someone explain to me how he still manages to look so damn hot covered in stage blood?

    Because stage blood is made with Karo syrup so he’s essentially dipped in red candy and ready to be licked all over for the hours it would take to get his fine, fine self clean?

    Challenge Accepted

  4. nestyanyan:

    Is it just me or does Coriolanus sound somewhat dirty? 

    (Please don’t haunt my dream, Shakespeare. Please do, Hiddles.)

    Saw this last night.

    Can someone explain to me how he still manages to look so damn hot covered in stage blood?

  5. thefutureisbroken:

    Okay, well played.

    Jane Curtin - My Body Is Ready

  6. “Artists instinctively want to reflect humanity, their own and each other’s, in all its intermittent virtue and vitality, frailty and fallibility.”

    That bottom photo belongs in this set.

  7. Of course Only Lovers Left Alive is a romance: it’s right there in the title. I just wish there were more love stories like this in mainstream cinema. I love romance, but most “romantic” movies either weigh me down with dismally stereotyped gender roles, or are way too serious and depressing. Both problems caused by the genre being seen as girly and frivolous, unless it’s couched in hours of agony, betrayal, and deceit. OLLA is a story about two people who find each other endlessly charming and appealing, which is a bizarrely rare occurrence in romantic movies. Most of the time, love stories are told from the beginning, or during a time of upheaval and strife. But with Adam and Eve, we’re just getting a glimpse into the middle of an incredibly longstanding and complex relationship that could potentially last forever. — Only Lovers Left Alive: The one movie you MUST see next year.

    I am ALL THE FUCK OVER THIS MOVIE. Put it in my eyeballs now.

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Kirsten. Forty-something. Fat. Married.
Queer, kinky, poly.
Not exactly sure what I'm doing here - but as near as I can figure, neither can anyone else. :-P

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