thedissolve:


“Boogie Nights ratchets up the shredded-nerve intensity to John Cassavetes levels gradually and deliberately. Magnolia more or less begins there. It’s a film of purposeful and often brave excess, one that makes a core virtue of going too far, of pushing scenes and moments past their breaking point. Boogie Nights is perfect. Magnolia is ragingly, deliberately imperfect, a raw and ragged film that’s all the more powerful for its visible seams.”

Following Paul Thomas Anderson’s universally adored breakout film, Boogie Nights, the universe (or at least New Line) more or less wrote the director a blank check for his next film. In this month’s Encore, Nathan Rabin looks at the resulting follow-up, the beautifully imperfect Magnolia. [Read more…]

thedissolve:

Boogie Nights ratchets up the shredded-nerve intensity to John Cassavetes levels gradually and deliberately. Magnolia more or less begins there. It’s a film of purposeful and often brave excess, one that makes a core virtue of going too far, of pushing scenes and moments past their breaking point. Boogie Nights is perfect. Magnolia is ragingly, deliberately imperfect, a raw and ragged film that’s all the more powerful for its visible seams.”

Following Paul Thomas Anderson’s universally adored breakout film, Boogie Nights, the universe (or at least New Line) more or less wrote the director a blank check for his next film. In this month’s Encore, Nathan Rabin looks at the resulting follow-up, the beautifully imperfect Magnolia. [Read more…]

technologyshapeshistory:

I cried when I realized how much student loan debt I was graduating with. If you know me well, you know I don’t cry all that often. But reading the massive number I owed on my loans was so overwhelming and repaying it felt so wholly unattainable that my body reacted in outright fear. So I laid in…

owengoal:

“I was sprinting and I felt something. We’ll see what happens,” he said. “I was crushed. I knew right away I couldn’t continue. It was the worst feeling.” (via USA’s Jozy Altidore ‘crushed’ about World Cup hamstring injury | Football | theguardian.com)

owengoal:

“I was sprinting and I felt something. We’ll see what happens,” he said. “I was crushed. I knew right away I couldn’t continue. It was the worst feeling.” (via USA’s Jozy Altidore ‘crushed’ about World Cup hamstring injury | Football | theguardian.com)

You killed my…. relative.  Prepare to die.  (via Inigo Martell - Imgur)

You killed my…. relative. Prepare to die. (via Inigo Martell - Imgur)

hrm.

cnbc:

700 flights were delayed today, and you will never guess why: http://cnb.cx/1gBhrx2 

What the fuck? Fuuuuuucking TELL us the fucking news or fuck off.  Jeeez.  
Why are you using a crap Upworthy headline to link this Tumblr post to an Instagram post that says the same thing and links to NOTHING.
Who does your social media?  A complete fucking tool, clearly. Is CNBC a news organization or just an elaborate waste of everyone’s time?
This is the opposite of helpful. Thanks.

cnbc:

700 flights were delayed today, and you will never guess why: http://cnb.cx/1gBhrx2 

What the fuck? Fuuuuuucking TELL us the fucking news or fuck off.  Jeeez.  

Why are you using a crap Upworthy headline to link this Tumblr post to an Instagram post that says the same thing and links to NOTHING.

Who does your social media?  A complete fucking tool, clearly. Is CNBC a news organization or just an elaborate waste of everyone’s time?

This is the opposite of helpful. Thanks.

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anthonybourdain:

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Americans love Mexican food. We consume nachos, tacos, burritos, tortas, enchiladas, tamales and anything resembling Mexican in enormous quantities. We love Mexican beverages, happily knocking back huge amounts of tequila, mezcal and Mexican beer every year. We love Mexican people—as we sure…

Peter Drunklidge.

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hey. Hey HEY! SSSSssssss. oooh.

"This environment gave artists few choices: sentimentality, nihilism, or irony."

http://www.salon.com/2014/04/13/david_foster_wallace_was_right_irony_is_ruining_our_culture/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socialflow