lifejustgotawkward

lifejustgotawkward

Life Just Got Awkward

27. Female human woman lady. Under five feet tall. INTJ. Born and raised in Brooklyn. Aspiring film critic. Writing a graduate thesis on Doris "Bad Girls Go to Hell" Wishman. Admires paintings by Hopper, Ensor and Lempicka; might love Law & Order and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia a little too much; considers Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds the best music in the current world; proudly displays a Rowland S. Howard poster in her home. Do with this information what you will.

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lifejustgotawkward·8 days agoPhoto

cum–brulee:

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Conditional Immortality of Lobsters

this is metal af

kinda reads like that one greek myth that went along the lines of some dudette asking zeus to grant her man candy immortality but forgot to ask him to make him ageless, so his body couldn’t handle the strain of immortality so he lives forever but eventually shrivels into a cricket..

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lifejustgotawkward·11 days agoPhoto

tribeca:

Robert Pattinson’s unflagging dedication to his recent directors, from James Gray to Josh and Benny Safdie to Claire Denis, has resulted in some of the finest screen acting of the decade and performances that are something like acts of immersion. In Denis’ High Life, Pattinson’s physical beauty is an ideal object of scrutiny for a director long fascinated by the ways in which a cinematic body can reveal and refract a lived experience the cinematic possibilities of the human body. As Monty, one of a group of convicts shot into deep space for a doomed mission, Pattinson lends methodical concentration and welcome soulfulness to Denis’ virtuosic foray into the realm of science fiction. For all its shocks and provocations, nothing in High Life haunted me quite as profoundly as the wearied spirit beneath Pattinson’s hard body, a sadness that will not yet allow itself to surrender to death’s oblivion. Psychological portraiture is seldom the focus of Denis’ filmmaking, but Pattinson implies an intricate interior world inflected by the sordid desires and burning, sometimes brutal impulses that Monty refuses to give in to. Although Denis forbids us from seeing all the way inside the character, those intently concentrating on Pattinson are rewarded by his habit of lingering on certain moments, lengthening pauses and prolonging glances to encourage our own exploration into the psyche of this tortured but resolute man, a prisoner in more ways than one.” — Matthew Eng

The 12 Best Male Film Performances of Early 2019

(Source: TribecaFilm.com)

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lifejustgotawkward·12 days agoPhoto

hmmmm do I add this jumpsuit to my wishlist, y/n

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