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Yeah, but nowadays it’s all you see anymore is cops, the tube is saturated with fuckin cop shows, just being regular guys, only tryin to do their job, folks, no more threat to nobody’s freedom than some dad in a sitcom. Right. Get the viewer population so cop-happy they’re beggin to be run in. Good-bye Johnny Staccato, welcome and while you’re at it please kick my door down, Steve McGarrett. Meantime out here in the real world most of us private flatfoots can’t even make the rent.

— Larry “Doc” Sportello, Inherent Vice

By the way, THIS FUCKING MOVIE.
There are few things in this world as charming as Tilda and Tom (hereafter known as T Squared). Also “Jim Jarmusch Vampire Movie”.

By the way, THIS FUCKING MOVIE.

There are few things in this world as charming as Tilda and Tom (hereafter known as T Squared). Also “Jim Jarmusch Vampire Movie”.

Defining Britishness

shitmystudentswrite:

Being British means striving to be of better class or marry into it. It was about who could be the best liar.

I struggle to find a counter-argument.

MOLTO PANACAKOO. MOLTO PANACAKOO. HAI. HAI. HAI.

(Also: that last pratfall … dear God.)

Pre-emptive TFM.

cinephiliabeyond:


I read the treatment and thought, another cop picture. Then Waldo Salt came over with a screenplay that I could relate to and I was there. Then I met Frank Serpico. The moment I shook his hand and looked into his eyes, I understood what that movie could be. I thought there was something there that I could play. I went out with the cops one night, did about five minutes of that and said, “I can’t do this stuff.” So I would just sort of hang around Frank, long enough to sort of feel him. One time we were out at my rented beach house in Montauk. We were sitting there looking at the water. And I thought, well I might as well be like everybody and ask a silly question, which was, “Why Frank?” Why did you do it?” He said, “Well, Al, I don’t know. I guess I have to say it would be because… if I didn’t, who would I be when I listened to a piece of music?” I mean, what a way of putting it! That’s the kind of guy he was. I enjoyed being with him. There was mischief in his eyes. —Al Pacino

Dear every screenwriter, read Waldo Salt & Norman Wexler’s screenplay for Serpico.

cinephiliabeyond:

I read the treatment and thought, another cop picture. Then Waldo Salt came over with a screenplay that I could relate to and I was there. Then I met Frank Serpico. The moment I shook his hand and looked into his eyes, I understood what that movie could be. I thought there was something there that I could play. I went out with the cops one night, did about five minutes of that and said, “I can’t do this stuff.” So I would just sort of hang around Frank, long enough to sort of feel him. One time we were out at my rented beach house in Montauk. We were sitting there looking at the water. And I thought, well I might as well be like everybody and ask a silly question, which was, “Why Frank?” Why did you do it?” He said, “Well, Al, I don’t know. I guess I have to say it would be because… if I didn’t, who would I be when I listened to a piece of music?” I mean, what a way of putting it! That’s the kind of guy he was. I enjoyed being with him. There was mischief in his eyes. —Al Pacino

Dear every screenwriter, read Waldo Salt & Norman Wexler’s screenplay for Serpico.

Anybody can play weird, that’s easy. What’s hard is to be as simple as Bach. Making the simple complicated is commonplace. Making the complicated simple - awesomely simple - that’s creativity.

— Charles Mingus (via 404-notsound)

(via indecisionandme)

MacReady has it all worked out.

(Source: robertkazinsky, via mattybing1025)

My Kindle’s trying to sell me breast pumps now. Wonder if it knows something I don’t.

My Kindle’s trying to sell me breast pumps now. Wonder if it knows something I don’t.