Age: Currently 24
Random Positive Observation About Myself: I'm Perfectly Imperfect in Every Way :)
A Few of My Favorite Things: A myriad of various types of Movies, Music, Photography, Writing, & Making GIFs (all of which will be seen on this tumblr).
My Ask? Always open! I'm MADLY CURIOUS, friendly, & a good listener (or in this case, reader).
GIF Requests? OF COURSE! I only ask you skim these guidelines.
Is There A Method To My Madness? Not entirely. I don't post everyday, I've never seen a 'You've exceeded your daily post limit' notice, and I'm all random & eclectic in my Movie/TV/Music/Writing interests. BUT I do have Movie Clip Mondays, Trailer Tuesdays, & A Blog Full of Awesome on Fridays (see 'Awesome Tumblrites').
Reblogged from entirelyourown
“Actors didn`t use to be celebrities. A hundred years ago, they put the theaters next to the brothels. Actors were poor. Celebrities used to be kings and queens. Then the United States abolished monarchy, and now there`s this coming together of show business and celebrity. I don`t think it`s healthy. I don`t want to sound self-important, but all these celebrity shows and magazines - it comes from us, from Hollywood, from our country. We`re the ones creating it. And I think it works in close step with a lot of other bad things that are happening in the world. It promotes greed, it promotes being selfish and it promotes this ladder, where you`re a better person if you have more money. It`s not at all about the work itself. Don`t get me wrong. I love movies. But this myth of celebrity has nothing to do with movies.”
Reblogged from me-beingafeather
TRUTH! When I was growing up, I read this story about a family that never had a mirror in their house. They never really knew or cared about how they looked.
One day, they got a mirror for their house. They started noticing little things about themselves and tried to change them. They changed their hair, their face (make up, etc), and clothes. They looked in the mirror multiple times a day and became obsessed with how they looked. Their personalities almost completely changed.
At some point, they realized the change. They missed how they used to go about their day, not caring how they looked. So, they threw the mirror out.
Around the time I read this story I decided that I would try my best to not look in the mirror more than one or two times a day. Of coarse, this got harder to do as I got older because I started styling my hair, doing my make up, and fixing one or the other at different points in the day. It’s hard, not to care about particular things about one’s appearance.
I don’t remember the story very well and can’t find it anywhere. So if you recognize it, and it’s not exactly right, reblog and add on :).
The mirror is more than just a reflection of appearance. You see yourself for who you are (how you act towards others and yourself, what you accomplish, etc) and that shines through to your reflection. All the things that make you feel good about yourself add to how you see yourself in the mirror. Your size, height, complexion…It only matters if you make it matter. Find an appearance that makes you happy. Not happy because others see you as a descriptive quality based on make up or surgery. Happy because you see the things that make you who you are shine through how you look and feel.
..Ook, so that kind of went WAY beyond what that picture is saying, but it triggered a rant ready to come out.
Summary: On a mission to rid society of its most repellent citizens, terminally ill Frank makes an unlikely accomplice in 16-year-old Roxy.
Starring: Joel Murray, Tara Lynne Barr
Release Date: April 6, 2012
I don’t know what it says about me, that I like this trailer, but I do. The film looks like it’ll be a laugh, a shock, and makes a comment about society today that a lot people are probably thinking at the back of their minds. I particularly like the quote, “Why have a civilization if we’re no longer interested in being civilized.” The violence does seem a bit extreme, but it definitely gets a person’s attention when watching the trailer.