amadeus*

Favourite movies

True Romance

Pulp Fiction

Psycho

American Psycho

Fight Club

Se7en

The Godfather

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Sabrina

Charade

A beautiful mind

Some like it hot

Roman holiday

Casablanca

One flew over the Cuckoo’s nest

Amadeus

Sunset Blvd.

Vertigo

E.T.

The silence of the lambs

Lord of the Rings trilogy (I can’t put three links in one so I’m linking only the first movie)

To Kill a Mockinbird

My fair lady

The pianist

Rain Man

Bonnie and Clyde

A Clockwork Orange

Rebel without a cause

The breakfast club

Amelie

Leon: The Professional

The Lion King

The Shining

American beauty

The Virgin Suicide

The Perks of being a Wallflower

Full Metal Jacket

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo

V for Vendetta

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Imitation Game

The theory of everything

Donnie Darko

The Butterfly Effect

The Truman Show

Girl, Interrupted

Black Swan

La science des rêves

The art of getting by

We Asian American Superheroes! Check out our AMV for your faves and don’t forget to attend our panel at San Diego Comic-Con featuring Dante Basco, Chloe Bennet,Sumalee Montano, Greg Pak and more!

Whether on screen, on the page, behind the scenes, or on the web, this panel moderated by Racebending.com will explore iconic Asian American superheroes, from Kato to Kamala Khan. Panelists discuss diversity and representation, the making of some of your favorite superheroes, and fan advocacy efforts for an Asian American Iron Fist. Prepare to geek out with actors Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D), Dante Basco (Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Sumalee Montano (Beware the Batman), stunt double Ilram Choi (The Amazing Spider-Man) and graphic novelists Amy Chu (Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman), Greg Pak (co-creator of Amadeus Cho), and Keith Chow (Secret Identities).

Learn more at the San Diego ComicCon schedule site!

 20 Instrumental Songs That are Perfect for Studying

According to Nick Perham, a researcher published in Applied Cognitive Psychology, the best music for studying is none at all. He recommends complete quiet or ambient noise, like soft conversation or muted traffic for the optimal study background.

However, some people tend to disagree and believe that music can really enhance the study experience since music brightens mood and increases positive feelings - both of which are important factors for successful study.

Music researchers do agree on one thing: music for studying should be free from lyrics, so the songs aren’t competing for your brain’s memory space!

Music For Studying

  1. Adagio from Serenede No. 10 in B Flat Major for Thirteen Winds “Gran Partita” Listen || Artist:Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  2. Aloha Ia O Waianae Listen || Artist:Ledward Kaapana
  3. Be Still My Soul Listen || Artist: David Nevue
  4. Blues After Hours Listen || Artist: Pee Wee Crayton
  5. Braveheart Film Score Listen || Artist: James Horner
  6. Concerto for Violin, String and Harpsichord in C R. 190 I. Allegro Listen || Artist: Antonio Vivaldi
  7. Desfinado Listen || Artist: Stan Getz
  8. Here Comes The Sun Listen || Artist: Piano Music Songs
  9. In The Shadow Of Your Wings Listen || Artist:John Tesh
  10. Love Theme From Romeo and Juliet Listen || Artist: Henry Mancini
  11. Palladio Listen || Artist:Escala
  12. Étude-Tableau in C Major, Op. 33, No. 2 Listen || Artist: Rachmaninoff
  13. Sigh Listen to Sigh || Artist: Praful
  14. Silence Magnifies Sound Listen || Artist:The Six Parts Seven
  15. So Long, Lonesome Listen || Artist:Explosions in The Sky
  16. South Street Listen || Artist:Bobby Ross Avila and Natural
  17. Take Five Listen || Artist: Dave Brubeck
  18. Viva La Vida Listen || Artist:Modern Rock Heroes
  19. Whiskey Before Breakfast Listen || Artist: Doc Watson
  20. You Wish Listen || Artist:Nightmares on Wax


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Super Asian America!

A panel at San Diego Comic-Con, presented by Racebending.com

Sunday July 12, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 29AB

Whether on screen, on the page, behind the scenes, or on the web, this panel moderated by Racebending.com will explore iconic Asian American superheroes, from Kato to Kamala Khan. Panelists discuss diversity and representation, the making of some of your favorite superheroes, and fan advocacy efforts for an Asian American Iron Fist. 

Prepare to geek out with actors Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D), Dante Basco (Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Sumalee Montano (Beware the Batman), stunt double Ilram Choi (The Amazing Spider-Man) and graphic novelists Amy Chu (Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman), Greg Pak (co-creator of Amadeus Cho), and Keith Chow (Secret Identities).

Click here for the SDCC Schedule!

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“I’m saying you need to forget it’s a horror story, that someone might die at every turn. You see, you have to care if the smoking hot lit’ teacher seems a little too interested in his female students. You have to care if the team wins the big game. You have to care if the smart, pretty girl forgives the dumb jock… You root for them, you love them, so when they are brutally murdered, it hurts.” 

Tagged

Answer these 10 questions and tag 10 more people:
I was tagged by the sweet sassqueenregina :)

1. What was the last movie you saw?
The Wedding Date 

2. What was the last song you listened to?
M83 - I need you 

3. What was the last show you watched (be it TV, Netflix, online, etc)?
community 

4. What was the last book you read?
not that kind of girl - Lena Dunham 

5. What was the last thing you ate?
chicken sweet sour 

6. If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be?
in New York 

7. If you could pick a decade to travel back to in time, what would it be?
1900

8. If you won the lotto & won millions in cash, what would be the first thing you would do?
travel through the world 

9. Which fictional character would you want to hang out with for a day?
Mindy Lahiri 

10. What was the last fandom you joined?
Empire

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  • me listening to the radio:this sounds like mozart's later work. so it's from some composer in the 1770s or 80s probably. who was alive then, let's try and figure out who it w-
  • announcer:-that was a setting of De Profundis by Mozart
  • me:....oh. here I was thinking it sounded just slightly too little like mozart to be him. that's embarrassing.
  • me later:*looks up same work*
  • IMSLP:De Profundis by Georg Reutter: This composition was formerly attributed to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • me:I FUCKIN KNEW IT. WHO WAS RIGHT? THIS BITCH WAS RIGHT. OH MY GOD. BOW DOWN TO MY SUPERB EAR OHG MY GDO