"She supports me in everything I do." "I do support her in every way."

(Source: hannily, via princess-batman)

some-good-songs:

Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want  »  The Smiths

Good times for a change
See, the luck I've had
Can make a good man
Turn bad

(via milkshakesandcateyes)

One goes on with the blithe belief that who you really are is transparent to everybody. Then you realise, with some horror, that in fact it’s not. So all you can do is keep muddying the waters a bit.

(Source: fuckyeahrosamundpike)

ratsputin:

Go Fuck Yourselves - Charlie Kelly 

(via waltzingchristoph)

phantomcuddles:

I hope steve buscemi is having a good day

(via spookykoenigvibes)

littlesati:


“Like other Fincher movies Gone Girl deals with a theme that so many of us can relate to - religion (Se7en), ambition (The Social Network), anger (Fight Club), fear (Zodiac) - now it’s love. You can choose to think that there really is no love here - just lies, pretending and hellish entrapment. Or you can choose to believe that Nick and Amy are so uniquely messed up that they become the modern kind of soul mates - all their issues, all their bad experiences, all the things that made them cold, insecure and fucked up shaped them into these two specific people who understand each other and who see each other better than anyone in the world sees them. There’s something oddly romantic about that.”

- Beauty covers rot, Cinematic Corner’s review of Gone Girl (x)

littlesati:

Like other Fincher movies Gone Girl deals with a theme that so many of us can relate to - religion (Se7en), ambition (The Social Network), anger (Fight Club), fear (Zodiac) - now it’s love. You can choose to think that there really is no love here - just lies, pretending and hellish entrapment. Or you can choose to believe that Nick and Amy are so uniquely messed up that they become the modern kind of soul mates - all their issues, all their bad experiences, all the things that made them cold, insecure and fucked up shaped them into these two specific people who understand each other and who see each other better than anyone in the world sees them.

There’s something oddly romantic about that.

- Beauty covers rot, Cinematic Corner’s review of Gone Girl (x)

(via amyelliottdunneisgone)


When I was younger, I was very vocal to the point of being strident in my views. When you’re a kid in elementary school, you can often feel like you’re the only woman who cares about maternity and paternity leave, so you feel like you’re talking to a brick wall…In sixth grade, we all had to write this opinion paper. Most wrote about things like why we should be able to chew gum in class—I wrote about why women should receive equal pay. So I understand Britta.

When I was younger, I was very vocal to the point of being strident in my views. When you’re a kid in elementary school, you can often feel like you’re the only woman who cares about maternity and paternity leave, so you feel like you’re talking to a brick wall…In sixth grade, we all had to write this opinion paper. Most wrote about things like why we should be able to chew gum in class—I wrote about why women should receive equal pay. So I understand Britta.

(Source: inaturdishmanner, via robertdeniro)