"In order to create , we must first destroy"
Since its release in 2012 I have watched and continued to watch and study Prometheus , the prequel to the 1979 classic Alien. Both are directed by Ridley Scott.
I feel that this film received extremely unfair reviews from both critics and the…
In my personal opinion the film was too hyped. “Greatest sci fi film of the decade” gave it way to much responsibility.
What i will say for this film is that ALL INDOOR SETS WERE ACTUALLY BUILT.
I HAVE BEEN TO PINEWOOD AND THEY ACTUALLY HAD TO EXPAND THE 007 STAGE AN EXTRA HALF ITS LENGTH. ITS FUCKING HUGE. AND RIDLEY SCOTT HAD SET IT ON FIRE YEARS BEFORE.
therefore this film is stupid pretty like so much so and you know why sometimes older films look better than newer ones!? because they built sets.
NO ONE DOES THIS ANYMORE IN SCI FI NOT LIKE THIS SO THE ART DIRECTION DEPARTMENT NEED ALL THE FUCKING CREDIT WHAT A WONDERFUL FUCKING THING
grabby hands of need
Garden with Flowers, 1888
Vincent van Gogh
And for the first time in my life I felt beautiful.
Oh god, how I love it.
David Fincher Filmography
- Is almost always the protagonist or on the same side as the protagonist (either because they support the protagonist or because they will get something out of it)
- Has an ambiguous moral compass
- Usually has a good outcome if they win
- Is sympathetic to the reader
- The opposite of a typical hero while still holding the hero’s position or duties
- Can be the protagonist, but is most often the antagonist (antagonist does not equal villain)
- Is immoral
- Usually has a chaotic outcome if they win
- Is not supposed to be sympathetic to the reader
Everyone knows we’re in a golden age of cover design. And how does that relate to Banned Books Week? Because for some great artists and illustrators, our freedom to publish what we want means their freedom to make great, unrestricted art. So as this week closes out, we’re celebrating Noma Bar (Fear of Flying), Tomer Hanuka (Philosophy in the Boudoir), and Malika Favre (Kama Sutra) for their bold, daring artwork. Just because what’s inside the covers isn’t bashful doesn’t mean that the covers have to be!
A Richard Armitage-inspired story by CarlyQ on Wattpad
Inglourious Basterds (2009) Dir. Quentin Tarantino
"You probably heard we ain’t in the prisoner-takin’ business; we in the killin’ Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin"
Alexander Skarsgård | GQ Photoshoot (June, 2011)
that damn overbite turns him into such a dork instantly :’) ♥
Don’t underestimate your audience.