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The Fall Opening Titles (HD)

Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A Major Op 92. Allegretto

GET TO KNOW ME MEME[02/05] Favorite Films

The Dark Knight: “You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.


12 Angry Men (1957)

  1. Martin Balsam
  2. John Fiedler
  3. Lee J. Cobb
  4. E.G. Marshall
  5. Jack Klugman
  6. Edward Binns
  7. Jack Warden
  8. Henry Fonda
  9. Joseph Sweeney
  10. Ed Begley
  11. George Voskovec
  12. Robert Webber

for auzenn

#her #queue
"I always want to keep doing different things, I don’t want to just concentrate on film. The most important thing for me is being an actor. Film, theatre, television- that’s the career I want. Actresses have so many ups and downs, and we’re not always given wonderful choices. So I always want to find great characters. If that character’s on television or stage, I’m going to go there."


Get to know me meme - [2/10] favorite male characters: Jesse Pinkman.

Yo, yo yo, 148-3 to the 3 to the 6 to the 9, representing the ABQ, what up biatch?! Leave it at the tone.

he can’t win. that’s because our masked bandit is a coward.

"John Foreman, the producer, once gave a description of me that I love and cherish. He said, ‘Paul Newman gets up every morning, walks to the window, and scans the horizon for enemies.’”


Stanley Kubrick’s treatment for ‘Full Metal Jacket.’

The first step toward what would become the screenplay of ‘Full Metal Jacket’ (1987). Having based his treatment on Gustav Hasford’s 1979 novel, The Short-Timers, Kubrick then met with Michael Herr — Vietnam war correspondent and author of Dispatches (1977) — to break the treatment down onto index cards, before Herr wrote the first draft of the screenplay. Kubrick, Herr, and Hasford would all receive a screenplay credit in the end. [Bonhams]

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