‘Moonlight’ Could Be This Year’s Indie Box Office Breakout
“Moonlight” is a film without any big stars. It’s a drama about a shy, gay kid growing up in the inner city. t’s the kind of challenging, deeply personal, fiercely urgent look at black life in America that would be lucky to score a video-on-demand berth, let alone a major theatrical release. And yet, the no-budget film isn’t just a hit with critics, it is poised to be the breakout indie film of the year.
By Brent Lang

“This weekend, “Moonlight” scored the highest per-screen average of 2016, debuting to a sizzling $414,740 in just four New York and Los Angeles theaters. There were sellouts and standing ovations, just as there had been when the film announced itself as a serious awards contender at festivals in Toronto and Telluride..“

The Flash - Season 3 Episode 4 : The New Rogues



Barry continues to train Jesse and when a new meta human, Mirror Master, appears on the scene he lets her tag along. Mirror Master has teamed up with his old partner, Top, and is looking for Snart to even a score. Jesse is quick to join the chase but defies one of Barry’s orders which results in disastrous consequences.

One month ago today, on September 23, a photographer named Barry Durand died.  He wasn’t famous, although he was tremendously talented.  And his death was not a shock, though it was a loss to everyone who knew him.  He was 76, and had been sick.

Barry was a friend of mine.  I am sad that he is gone, but glad to have known him.  Thinking of him makes me want to go on adventures, be less cautious, have more fun.  This cabin reminds me of Barry because he took at least one photo from that same spot, every year he lived in Colorado.  We joked about the years being interchangeable, but of course they’re not, for any of us. 

Barry made every year count.  Go look at his photos, and read his amazing obituary (circumnavigating the globe! loving opera! being shipwrecked!).  I’m willing to bet it will make you want to have an adventure, too.  That was Barry’s gift, and I can’t think of a way he’d rather be remembered.


(Y/N): “Barry i think you should dress up as The Flash for halloween!”

Barry: “Well… i do have a pretty cool costume. Do you want to see it?”

(Y/N): “Of course-” you where cut of by Barry running you to S.T.A.R Labs.

Barry: *2nd gif* “Do you like it?”


Requests are open. *Not a request*

One More Chapter

Request: #100 with barry?

Sorry this one’s really short

“Barry give it back!” You squealed. Barry had taken your book, claiming that you hadn’t paid enough attention from him since you got it. “I have on chapter left let me finish it!”

You tried to make a grab for the book but every time you got close enough he was either too tall or you sped away before you could grab it. You pouted and sulked on the couch, hoping he would get close enough for you to grab the book, and he did, but he knew you all too well. As you made another swipe for the book Barry straightened up to where you couldn’t reach it.

“You know what. I’m too short for this I’ll just kick you in the shins.” And you did. It worked too. Barry dropped your book. You scooped it up and plopped yourself back on the couch. But Barry pulled you onto his lap and kissed you.

“Wanna make out on the couch?” Barry asked with a cheeky grin.

“Definitely…” You answered. Barry’s eyes lit up but before he could do anything you said, “After I finish this book.” To which Barry groaned and flopped back onto the ground.