cactuswaves:

I fucking love this photo.
*not mine*

cactuswaves:

I fucking love this photo.

*not mine*

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This was a story about a girl who could find infinite beauty in anything, any little thing, and even love the person she was trapped with. And i told myself this story until it became true. Now, did doing this help me escape a wasted life? Or did it blind me so I didn’t want to escape it? I don’t know, but either way I was the one telling my own story… — Penelope • The Brothers Bloom
rcjohnso:

LA
kidblue:

Happy birthday to the best person, @rianjohnson.

Happy birthday Mr. Johnson!

kidblue:

Happy birthday to the best person, @rianjohnson.

Happy birthday Mr. Johnson!

tribulate:

this took too long.  but anyways, this movie is pretty great.  

tribulate:

this took too long.  but anyways, this movie is pretty great.  

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kidblue:

Grilling with The Boss, @rianjohnson.

This might be my favorite photo of a director ever.

kidblue:

Grilling with The Boss, @rianjohnson.

This might be my favorite photo of a director ever.

rcjohnso:

London

rcjohnso:

London

Movies You Should See #6: The Brother’s Bloom directed by Rian Johnson

Rian Johnson’s followup to Brick couldn’t be more different in tone than his first film, but secured his place as a filmmaker with a voice - and his own spot in my list of favorite directors.

If one can make a comic con-man movie, that’s what Bloom is.  This is the tale of people in the search of a life unwritten, written in a way that no one but Johnson could - as the opening to the film aptly shows.  Johnson doesn’t need slang and dark themes to make his movie unique, his voice is clear enough.