The Honey Pot

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I want a darker-than-night gorilladog with electric blue teeth.
that was the point of Attack the Block, right?
(Tom Hardy is not in this movie)

I want a darker-than-night gorilladog with electric blue teeth.

that was the point of Attack the Block, right?

(Tom Hardy is not in this movie)

(Source: remarkably-clever)

dressesdancingandtv:

tirra-lirra:

dorothyparker: rufustfirefly:


INTERVIEWER: Paul Feig told me it really felt like Hollywood was watching and waiting to see how Bridesmaids performs, that there’s a real sense that it could lead to better roles for women?MELISSA MCCARTHY: In my opinion I think it’s a game changer. If you see a script with two great female parts it’s a win. But six! Six in a movie, six fully formed great characters. So often I see these scripts or these movies and think what are they talking about? They’re fighting over ‘I saw him first and that’s my nail polish and you can’t wear that color.’ It’s the silliest little girl arguments. I have never had that conversation and I don’t know anyone who has. Everyone I know is always like ‘Who the hell are these women?’ There’s always that sense of well, women are kind of horrible to each other and that’s just how it is, but you’re still friends with them. No, my friends are actually wonderful. I think in lieu of a character or a point of view it’s become these four different choices: the bitch, the slut, the door mat, and the people pleaser. That’s it. You get four types of women. I think in Bridesmaids, Kristen and Annie sat down and said “Okay, who are these women specifically?’ This movie is just something so dear to my heart. I mean, I love my show. I love Mike & Molly. The cast all came to the Bridesmaids premiere!


- Melissa McCarthy on women in film and the women in Bridesmaids

#that misogynistic moment when it still has to be proven that all women aren’t catty backstabbing bitches

Now I really want to see this.

I adore Melissa McCarthy and I can’t wait to see this film and I hope hope hope this is a game-changer because genuinely, I don’t give a fuck about The Hangover 2: Adventures with naggy wives or strippers who can do things with ping pong balls, you know? FUN ROLES 4 WIMINZ. Or Kate Hudson playing a catty woman (what WAS Bride Wars? I mean, really?)
I love Paul Feig (and he writes great female characters! Lindsay Weir 4-ever), and I love all these women, and YES. MOAR. MOAR MOAR MOAR PLZ.

dressesdancingandtv:

tirra-lirra:

dorothyparker: rufustfirefly:

INTERVIEWER: Paul Feig told me it really felt like Hollywood was watching and waiting to see how Bridesmaids performs, that there’s a real sense that it could lead to better roles for women?
MELISSA MCCARTHY: In my opinion I think it’s a game changer. If you see a script with two great female parts it’s a win. But six! Six in a movie, six fully formed great characters. So often I see these scripts or these movies and think what are they talking about? They’re fighting over ‘I saw him first and that’s my nail polish and you can’t wear that color.’ It’s the silliest little girl arguments. I have never had that conversation and I don’t know anyone who has. Everyone I know is always like ‘Who the hell are these women?’ There’s always that sense of well, women are kind of horrible to each other and that’s just how it is, but you’re still friends with them. No, my friends are actually wonderful. I think in lieu of a character or a point of view it’s become these four different choices: the bitch, the slut, the door mat, and the people pleaser. That’s it. You get four types of women. I think in Bridesmaids, Kristen and Annie sat down and said “Okay, who are these women specifically?’ This movie is just something so dear to my heart. I mean, I love my show. I love Mike & Molly. The cast all came to the Bridesmaids premiere!

- Melissa McCarthy on women in film and the women in Bridesmaids

#that misogynistic moment when it still has to be proven that all women aren’t catty backstabbing bitches

Now I really want to see this.

I adore Melissa McCarthy and I can’t wait to see this film and I hope hope hope this is a game-changer because genuinely, I don’t give a fuck about The Hangover 2: Adventures with naggy wives or strippers who can do things with ping pong balls, you know? FUN ROLES 4 WIMINZ. Or Kate Hudson playing a catty woman (what WAS Bride Wars? I mean, really?)

I love Paul Feig (and he writes great female characters! Lindsay Weir 4-ever), and I love all these women, and YES. MOAR. MOAR MOAR MOAR PLZ.

agentmlovestacos:

Loving this Dawn of the Dead poster by Matt Owen.
via fuckyeahmovieposters:

Dawn of the Dead
Made and submitted by Matt Owen

agentmlovestacos:

Loving this Dawn of the Dead poster by Matt Owen.

via fuckyeahmovieposters:

Dawn of the Dead

Made and submitted by Matt Owen

The Future! I don’t think they are watching Avatar.

The Future! I don’t think they are watching Avatar.

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theewhitetiger:

me likey

glorious

theewhitetiger:

me likey

glorious

thetalkinghead:

courtmarie:

I know too many reblogs get annoying… but I had to reblog this. Very cool!
thedailywhat: Cinematic Topography of the Day: Redditor subtonix says: “I made a map of what movies I think best represent US states. Hope I didn’t miss any…”

I saw this on break, and something threw me off.  Why the hell is Fargo in Minnesota?  It is like you are taking away the one thing that North Dakota had going for it.  Seriously, name one other thing you know about that is in North Dakota.  I understand the Fargo is on the boarder between Minnesota and North Dakota, but Fargo should get the W for Fargo.  You know what movie you can put into Minnesota?  The god damn Mighty Ducks.  All fucking three of them.  That would be a shit load cooler than having two Jesus Camp movies.  Who is with me?
Quack! Quack! Quack!

this is so beautiful. this is so important.

thetalkinghead:

courtmarie:

I know too many reblogs get annoying… but I had to reblog this. Very cool!

thedailywhat: Cinematic Topography of the Day: Redditor subtonix says: “I made a map of what movies I think best represent US states. Hope I didn’t miss any…”

I saw this on break, and something threw me off.  Why the hell is Fargo in Minnesota?  It is like you are taking away the one thing that North Dakota had going for it.  Seriously, name one other thing you know about that is in North Dakota.  I understand the Fargo is on the boarder between Minnesota and North Dakota, but Fargo should get the W for Fargo.  You know what movie you can put into Minnesota?  The god damn Mighty Ducks.  All fucking three of them.  That would be a shit load cooler than having two Jesus Camp movies.  Who is with me?

Quack! Quack! Quack!

this is so beautiful. this is so important.

(Source: thedailywhat)

ericalba:

Stephen King Poster Series by Nick Tassone
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