“Someone has to know it was his father! Neil wouldn’t kill himself! he loved living!”

“You don’t seriously think his father…”

“Not with the gun! damn it, even if the bastard didn’t pull the trigger he– even if Mr Perry didn’t shoot him, he killed him. they have to know that!”


The one thing I do believe as a feminist is that in order for us to have gender equality we have to stop making it a girl fight and we have to stop being so interested in seeing girls trying to tear each other down – it has to be more about cheering each other on as women.” 

Taylor being completely happy living her life with her friends in 2014. 

  • Charlie: "Signor Anderson, posso chiederle una cosa?"
  • Mr. Anderson: "Certo!"
  • Charlie: "Perché... Perché le persone migliori scelgono le persone peggiori da frequentare?"
  • Mr. Anderson: "Stiamo parlando di qualcuno in particolare?"
  • Mr.Anderson: "Accettiamo l'amore che crediamo di meritare!"
  • Charlie: "Possiamo far sapere loro che meritano di meglio?"
  • Mr. Anderson: "Possiamo provarci!"

“Bad Dads,” A Selection of Art.

A selection of paintings from Spoke Art Gallery’s “Bad Dads,” the 6th annual art show devoted to the films of Wes Anderson which was presented as a pop-up show in New York City at Joseph Gross Gallery between August 7th and 9th, 2015.  The work above is by Casey Weldon, Joel Daniel PhillipsMandy Tsung, Charlie Immer, Rich Pellegrino, James Charles and Kelsey Beckett.


Hateration in this dancery: Mavericks forwards Charlie Villanueva and Justin Anderson interrupted the Russell Westbrook and Cameron Payne dance party before Game 2.

Dead Poets Society (1989)