Can we talk about Spy Kids 3 for a second because it’s just the MOST BAFFLING CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE EVER
First we open to LITTLE BABY SELENA GOMEZ
THE PRESIDENT IS GEORGE CLOONEY?
Later we see Juni’s grandpa who is KHAN??
who spends the whole movie chasing a butterfly
THE VILLAIN IS SYLVESTER STALLONE
WHO GETS VILLAIN ADVICE FROM THREE OTHER SYLVESTER STALLONES
ELIJAH WOOD SHOWS UP
ONLY TO DIE IN THE NEXT SCENE
Then we find out that the president was actually the villain the whole time which makes ZERO SENSE but leads to this glorious George Clooney Sylvester Stallone impression
Then we get Antonio Benderez doing this?
AND THEIR UNCLE WHO IS STILL MACHETE
AND THEN STEVE BUSCEMI SHOWS UP ON A FLYING PIG FOR NO REASON
HOW WAS THIS A MOVIE???
It wasn’t a movie, it was a masterpiece
behold the logic train of Robert rodriguez
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Reblog if you count yourself as “a writer.”
I’m just curious about how many of us are actually on this site. It doesn’t matter what you write, if you see yourself as a writer please reblog.
I’m a shitty writer, but a writer nonetheless.
Totally. I am a writer.
i’m out of practice, but I try to still continue to jot down notes for stories I fully intend to finish one day…I hope
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Imagine if a TARDIS broke down and disguised itself as a house. And sat there. And sat there. And families moved in and out. And one day one family came home to find that the rooms had shifted slightly. Just a bit.
So they do some measurements. They find that the inside of the house is bigger…
this feels like an accurate description of the book by my standards…
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labyrinthineminds said: I just recently finished House of Leaves and I saw in one of your ask responses that you have a theory about the origin point of the story, so now I'm really curious! Who do you think is the real narrator of the story?
[under a cut: major spoilers for House of Leaves]
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…Writers remember everything…especially the hurts. Strip a writer to the buff, point to the scars, and he’ll tell you the story of each small one. From the big ones you get novels. A little talent is a nice thing to have if you want to be a writer, but the only real requirement is the ability to remember the story of every scar.
Art consists of the persistence of memory.
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I want to be ripped apart by music. I want it to be something that feeds and replenishes, or that totally sucks the life out of you. I want to be dashed against the rocks.
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