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Fanwork title: Mad Max scene breakdown: “can I talk to you?”

Fanwork creator: fuckyeahisawthat

Type: meta

Warning: none

Link: http://fuckyeahisawthat.tumblr.com/post/123939780625/mad-max-scene-breakdown-can-i-talk-to-you

Link to comment: http://lurkinghistoric.tumblr.com/post/151160211013/mad-max-scene-breakdown-can-i-talk-to-you

Description: Fabulous meta, breaking down a single scene in gorgeous detail - performances, blocking, camera angles, script, editing choices, how the layers build up to create such a powerful moment.


It’s Throwback Thursday! Let’s revisit the insanity of a ‘typical’ day in the life of The Beatles, in the opening titles for Richard Lester’s 1964 film A Hard Day’s Night.

A Hard Day’s Night on Art of the Title

Feeling This
  • Feeling This
  • blink-182
  • blink-182

“Look to the past and remember and smile
And maybe tonight i can breath for a while
I’m not in this scene i think i’m falling asleep
But then all that it means is i’ll always be dreaming of you

Fate fell short this time
Your smile fades in the summer
Place your hand in mine
I’ll leave when i wanna”


ten unappreciated scenes


“James Corden has once again managed to convince producers at The Late Late Show to let him have a go at another one. As part of his latest elaborate ruse to crack Broadway, the 36-year-old took on the role of the Phantom from The Phantom Of The Opera on Friday.

James stopped traffic in Hollywood as he screamed the lyrics from the show at the top of his lungs. At one point he was even seen hurtling across the road as he tried to make it back to the pavement before the cars moved off from the traffic lights. The Gavin and Stacey star wildly gesticulated from beneath his sequinned cloak as he applied himself fully to the dramatic performance”



Girls who run with the wolves
aren’t here for boys to love



day 5: most underrated moment

→ padmé’s ruminations (episode iii: revenge of the sith)