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ZODIAC (2007) Directed by David Fincher

Cinematography by Harris Savides




Is Justified's Deputy Tim Gay? 

harlancountyjail:

Yost speaks to one of the great mysteries of our time….







disneypixar:

What a view.

disneypixar:

What a view.







nprmusic:

Watch Boy George and Black Lips cover T. Rex’s “Bang a Gong (Get It On)” live at WXPN because why not. 







"Have you been a bad boy,Lester?"




Yoink! 

animalsbeingdicks:

Seal steals giant fish from fisherman's hands - AnimalsBeingDicks.com

Hey, who ordered the fish to go?




doodlesaresketcheswithnoodles:

Daily doodle #391 - Nick Fury’s new eye

I’m sorry I’m not sorry




Zach Woods in HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’




Okay, we are going to have a doctor’s appointment and then after that we can probably tell people so just hang in there, please.




funnyordie:

The Live Read of Space Jam with Blake Griffin

Watch Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Seth Green, Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll, and more reanimate the 1996 sports classic Space Jam in this all-star live read at L.A.’s UCB Theatre.




policymic:

Watch: Brown Bird - “Thunder and Lightning”

This folk duo shared a beautiful love story and inspiring community — even in death

If you wanted to paint a picture of what it means to be a working musician in 2014, it wouldn’t look like big record deals and trashed hotel rooms. It would look like real passion and love; dogged touring and small, tight-knit artistic communities. And, at its worst, it would look like leukemia without no health care and then crowd-funded medical treatment. It would look like the life of David Lamb of Brown Bird, a life that ended a little over a week ago.

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popculturebrain:

Trailer: ‘Jersey Boys' - June 20

Directed by Clint Eastwood, starring John Lloyd Young, Christopher Walken, Vincent Piazza, Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda and Mike Doyle.

I’m pleasantly surprised by this. The movie could have gone way too far with the camp (as I think the show is a really campy musical), but by the trailer, it seems to be blending the right amounts of realism and fantasy. The breaking of the fourth wall looks pretty good on camera in fact. I’m definitely more interested than I was previously.