99 west

all movies watched in AUGUST 2017

bold: rewatch

99 Homes 

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Eagle Vs Shark 

Easy A 

Easy Rider

Enter the Void

Ex Machina 

Heathers 

Hell or High Water

High-Rise 

Inglourious Basterds 

Ingrid Goes West 

Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence 

Minority Report 

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? 

O Brother, Where Art Thou? 

Only God Forgives 

Perfect Sense

People Places Things

Planet of the Vampires 

Punch-Drunk Love 

Raising Arizona 

Shaun of the Dead

The Edge of Seventeen

The New World 

The Social Network

The Tree of Life

The Truman Show 

The Year My Voice Broke 

What We Do In The Shadows

Wilson 

Zombieland 

8

Despite Josh’s unsociable disposition, Donna had, over the years, worked on his manners. He smiled, he was courteous, he pretended to take on board the endless advice. Then, just as his facade was slipping, Donna would swoop in and save him. However, despite the ubiquitous fatigue with which he had pushed through the day, tonight’s smile was earnest. As he entered the party, a little later than everybody else - except the president, he spied his angelic, flaxen-haired daughter. Evie was the perfect miniature of his wife, dainty, with a youthful elegance, the apple of his eye. She had her hair swept up in a silky, pink ribbon. Not a turned head in the room could detract his attention, perhaps not even Donna, who watched happily as her conversation with Margaret came to a halt.

Josh took a plate of hors d’ouevres from the hands of a waiter. “For the most important woman in the room,” he proudly proclaimed, as he headed towards Evie, lowering himself to her height as she met his path. She beamed at him as he softly said, “Hey sweetheart.” Feeling the eyes of everyone else in the room upon them, Evie shyly replied, “Hi Daddy.” After offering her the plate of appetizers as though they were made just for her, he asked, “How’s the party?” Evie smiled at him, charmed by the way he gave her his absolute attention, vaguely aware of the significance of many other figures surrounding them. “Are you making any deals, tying any shoelaces together?” She giggled at Josh, who kept to her eye-level and replied, “Not yet,” while holding onto her smile. He then wrapped his arms around her and joked, “Keep working the room”, before kissing her neck affectionately. “I love you.” [original]

PROFESSIONAL TOKYO MAGAZINE / NO.99 / THE TWO

Photography: Masatoshi Yamashiro

Styling: Takashi Mizukuchi

Make-up: Atsushi Kokawa

Hair: Akira Ishida

Coordinator: Norman Tsuji

Models: Megan & Kathryn Purves (West Management)

9

Some Phantoms appearing in multiple countries and productions

Ethan Freeman: Vienna (alt. 1988-90), West End (1994-95), Toronto (1997-98), Essen (2006). He also played André in West End (1991-92).

Ian Jon Bourg: Hamburg (1999-2001), Stuttgart (2002-04), Essen (2005-06), Las Vegas (u/s 200?-12), World Tour (u/s 2012-15). He also played André and u/s Phantom in the US Tour (1993-99).

Peter Jöback: West End (2012), Broadway (2013), Stockholm (2016-17)

PROFESSIONAL TOKYO MAGAZINE / NO.99 / THE TWO

Photography: Masatoshi Yamashiro

Styling: Takashi Mizukuchi

Make-up: Atsushi Kokawa

Hair: Akira Ishida

Coordinator: Norman Tsuji

Models: Megan & Kathryn Purves (West Management)

eugenides-attolis  asked:

other earth iris? [eyes emoji]

Iris West of Earth-99 is a cowled crusader, fighting beside the likes of Lois Lane, Sue Dibney, and Carol Ferris on the Titans of America! With their teammate Mera ruling the waves alongside her husband Arthur, they have an absolute lock on the supervillain situation on their Earth.

If only Iris could tell her soon-to-be-husband, Barry, about her alter ego, then everything would be perfect. 

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  • Wally: the english language cannot totally capture the depth and complexity of my feelings, so i'm incorporating emoji into my speech to better express myself!!
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