Film Meme // (1/6) Actors // Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014)

My passion to develop as an actor didn’t have anything to do with people knowing me. I had no idea that would happen. To become famous, to become a celebrity is something that I thought happened to other people.

“If you love me, you’ll drink this”: 7 movie cocktails you shouldn’t try at home

Schnapps on white bread, Taxi Driver (1976)

The scene as filmed is even more striking because of Bickle’s choice of cereal—it appears to be torn-up white bread with milk, sugar, and booze. Poor, maladjusted Bickle is so far removed from society, he can’t just open a box of corn flakes like the rest of us.

Scotchka, The Room (2003)

While there are many terrible pairings in Tommy Wiseau’s cult disaster The Room, arguably the most ill advised is the Scotchka, a libation created from equal parts scotch and vodka that’s served neat with a garnish of sloppy dialogue. “Don’t worry about it. It’s good for you,” Juliette Danielle’s Lisa says after pouring Smirnoff into a rocks glass that’s clearly already filled with perfectly good scotch.

Non-dairy Caucasian, The Big Lebowski (1998)

In one scene, The Dude is desperate enough for a “Caucasian” that he improvises a cream-free variation on the White Russian, substituting powdered non-dairy creamer—a substance you’d be ill advised to put in coffee, let alone use as a mixer.

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