The Immigrant (2014)

“Mix together The Big Lebowski and Altman‘s The Long Goodbye, turn it into a two-and-a-half hour PT Anderson epic and you’re getting close to the awesome experience of Inherent Vice. Even Joaquin Phoenix‘s performance has echoes of 70′s Elliot Gould with a touch of The Dude. But don’t get me wrong, this film is its own animal. A drug-fueled detective story filled with great psychedelic music and beautiful, grainy cinematography, it’s both hilarious and confounding at times. But Anderson does an incredible job of making the incredibly complex plot both comprehensible and entertaining. Even though he’s apparently said he’s still tinkering, it felt like a finished film and will definitely go down as one of my favorites of his.” — (x)(via beehivespirit)

Everything they had, rested on a few minutes in a library years ago. Was it too frail?

It’ll be just like in the movies. Pretending to be somebody else.

The Spectacular Now (2013)

The best thing about now, is that there’s another one tomorrow.

"Spike’s a meshuggener, a really crazy kid who is willing to be independent and get his way… kind of goofy, adventurous, whacked-out, but dramatically gifted"


You don’t want to go anywhere, and that’s why the same shit’s going to keep happening to you, because you want it to.

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), dir. Joel and Ethan Coen

Pulp Fiction (1994)

» NBC Plans 'Saturday Night Live' 40th Anniversary Special for 2015


NBC is celebrating Saturday Night Live's legacy with a live special.

Timed to the franchise’s 40th anniversary, the three-hour broadcast will air Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, from 8-11 p.m., NBC announced Friday.

Expect current SNL cast members to take part, as well as past alumni, special guests…