Currently Listening to: Fall Out Boy mash-ups
when guys are like “Hillary Clinton cant run for president her period will mess things up” first of all what a ridiculous statement second of all SHE IS 66 YEARS OLD DO YOU HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE OF THE FEMALE ANATOMY YOU BUFOON
A lot of people, since watching the trailer for The Fault in Our Stars, have suddenly started realizing that Augustus’ dialogue is unnatural and awkward and I saw that post that said that he seems like a douchebag when you hear his lines out loud.
I just always felt like that was the entire point.
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With the Oscars behind us, here are my top films of 2013. Keep in mind that the list isn’t set in stone – like most lists, mine is subject to change as I grow older, gain new life experiences, watch more movies etc. Ten years from now, perhaps I’ll develop an unreasonable love for The Great Gatsby, or maybe I’ll decide that Cate Blanchett’s performance in Blue Jasmine is not so impressive after all. Unlikely, but maybe. The same goes for the selections on this list, indicating the fundamentally subjective nature of film viewing. And yet I’ll try very hard to convince you of my choices, because I truly believe these movies are worth seeing.
Before I begin, here are some 2013 films I haven’t watched yet and that might’ve stood a chance at making it onto this list: The Past, The Act of Killing, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Great Beauty, The Wind Rises, The Hunt, and All is Lost.