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What if you mixed in The Arcade Fire and Yugoslavia one together?

that sounds feasible, the Funeral folk aesthetic would work well. All I need to add is a framed picture of Marshal Tito


levarburtonisacinephile asked: Heather.

Heather— Something I tend to do while I’m alone

I think I tend to study more nowadays. Not in the textbook sense, more like just picking up a paper or a book (there’s always something I need to read) and lightly peruse it.

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levarburtonisacinephile asked: Happy Birthday!!! Happy Birthday!!! Happy Birthday!!!! I hope you have a great Happy Birthday!!!!!

Thanks Justin!


levarburtonisacinephile asked: 1,26,20,12,4,54,56,49,50

1. A movie you’ve seen most times in cinema.

honestly I don’t even remember seeing films twice in the cinema. Oh wait, I think I saw RDJ’s Sherlock Holmes twice. 

26. Favorite movie characters.

Robin Williams’ character in Good Will Hunting,Inigo Montoya from Princess Bride, Marji from Persepolis, Those two kids from Grave of Fireflies,…

20. An underrated director.

God I wish people would take Nora Ephron a bit more seriously. She’s made a craft over what she was doing in a genre that most people think is a joke. 

12. Top 5 favorite female performances.

Catherine Zeta Jones in Chicago, Tilda Swinton in We Need to Talk About Kevin, Bjork in Dancer in the Dark, Jennifer Connelly in A Beautiful Mind, Ellen Page in Juno

4. Favorite movie soundtrack.

Definitely Chicago, but it is a bit cheating since it’s based on a musical. Otherwise, the Lost In Translation soundtrack was very good.

54. Favorite coming of age film.

Mean Girls struck me at the right time, and I think it’s defining our generation the way John Hughes films did in the 80s.

56. Best cinematography.

2001: A Space Odyssey. 

49. A book you want to see adapted to the big screen.

Alber Camus’ The Plague makes a good narrative, I think it would be interesting to bring it on the big screen. I’d love to see how they’d portray 40s Algeria

50. A book you really, really, really don’t want to see made into a film.

Any Murakami book. Norwegian Wood worked though because that’s the closest thing he has to a realistic novel. I don’t think anyone would ever be able to properly capture the mood of a proper Murakami book. 

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God. That sounds sad. It’s like hey I really don’t want to be in college. I’m just basically doing it because my parents made me do it.

the type of people I see making these posts are either the #yolo crowd or one of those smug engineering kids who thinks they’re too important to put effort on classes they deem worthless, which is everything that isn’t engineering because they think they’re going to become rich engineers anyway. They’re all dicks


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Yeah. I don’t know if you listen to her, but their is also Grimes.

I’m a bit bothered by her 5-year-old voice but to be honest I haven’t given her a fair chance. I’ll look into her


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Well. They are British. But not classy British, but more zany british. Basically there the Mighty Boosh if the Mighty Boosh decided to be a band instead of a comedy troupe.

that’s a really good description of them. And I love that they’re one of the rare electronic acts (alongside LCD Soundsystem) that actually puts effort on writing their lyrics


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Yes! Also, the big floating Head. Did you see the one with Reggie Watts?

oh my god I just watched it. What is up with this band