I think some people are so sealed inside their fate that they hide deep within their mind.

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All of Leslie’s compliments to Ann

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bradelterman:

When I was a kid back in 1978 I got invited to take photos at the Grease party on Paramount Studios back lot. Everyone was there including John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, of course. I had no idea about the magnitude of this film and how it would be revered decades later. At the time, Travolta lived in my building at 100 S Dohney, but I never saw him.  I think that he was in the Penthouse and I was in apartment # 716. The building is still there and I drive by it all the time and  reminisce of those magical years. 
Photo by Brad Elterman

bradelterman:

When I was a kid back in 1978 I got invited to take photos at the Grease party on Paramount Studios back lot. Everyone was there including John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, of course. I had no idea about the magnitude of this film and how it would be revered decades later. At the time, Travolta lived in my building at 100 S Dohney, but I never saw him.  I think that he was in the Penthouse and I was in apartment # 716. The building is still there and I drive by it all the time and  reminisce of those magical years. 

Photo by Brad Elterman

standupandkeepgoing:

keep—smiling—darling:

tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

I still love this.

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Favorite Scene:

There is no moment in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy that stands out as “the best,” possibly because there’s hardly a scene that seems to truly stand out at all. The movie’s most involving moment, however, is when we witness the last stories from the Christmas party in the film’s final flashback, as led by the startling usage of Iglesias’ funkier version of “La Mer.” For this one moment, Tinker has a striking attitude, even if it is contradicting its images in a Scorsese-like fashion.

via The Scorecard Review

warston:

The Lord of the Rings book covers designed by J.R.R Tolkien himself. 

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