the shots of the different apartment windows

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: but why are joey and chandler's apartment and monica and rachel's apartment so different in layout? they're in the same apartment building, they're literally right across the hall from each other, they cant have that drastic a difference in layout. especially the windows. what if all the apartments in that building are different? the exterior would look like a clusterfuck of a bunch of different windows. and on top of that, the transition shot when the next scene is going to be in the apartment shows a building with windows extremely different from what we see inside the apartment. and how do they have a balcony, but the guys dont? we know that mr. heckles doesn't have a balony, because rachel was hanging from a string of christmas lights and she was outside of mr. heckles' window, not a balcony. but they dont live on the top floor either, because they complained about the neighbors upstairs getting rid of the carpeting. what does this building even look like?

The For Real and Always Aesthetics of the Cast of SING

Johnny: Getting up with the dawn without an alarm clock. Being the overprotective big brother of any group of friends. Somehow being really, really bad at playing Chopsticks. Going as high as possible on swing sets. Shaved ice coffee drinks even in winter. Having a close relation to the Mom friend of a group. The smell of the mini pine trees in a new car.

Rosita: Vervain, mint and wisteria perfume. A PHD in engineering. Married right out of college. Energy and eco efficiency. Crying every single time seeing Titanic, Beaches and The Vagina Monologues. Homemade soap and fabric softener. Three different flavors of lip-balm.

Ash: Mismatched bras and panties. Shot glasses used for weird mixed Pepsi and Cola concoctions. Self-taught ability to use instruments. Herbs and tomatoes raised in wooden boxes outside apartment windows. Clip-on earrings. Poor suntan bathing. Chocolate mini donuts.

Gunter: Every Madonna album ever featured with tight leather clothes and allusions in the music to unresolved sexual tension. Chocolate and deep fried food; no discrimination in what. Body positivity. So much glitter everywhere. The smell of pancakes. Yellow peonies. Pole dancing.

Meena: Belief in seven years bad luck. Chalk pictures on the sidewalk. Jelly or orange flavored bubblegum. Hoodie shirts that are just so soft. Comfortable shoes. Recipes in Oprah Winfrey magazines. Family devotion despite discomfort.

Mike: Black Jack and cheap chicanery. Any bar with decent lighting that allows smoking. Pinstriped underwear. Too expensive suits that cost about as much as reasonable cars. Cuban cigars. Brooklyn in the 70′s. The group Blood, Sweat & Tears.

Mr. Moon: Being a stoner in high school. A not-quite fulfilled college degree in business. A whole drawer full of bow ties. Tap dance shoes. Chocolate espresso candies. High blood pressure that might require medication. Collective albums of Mame, Red Garters, Pippin, and Annie.