bohemea:

Rooney Mara: Playing With Fire - Vogue by Mert & Marcus, November 2011

Cannot WAIT until Girl with the Dragon Tattoo comes out.

bohemea:

Rooney Mara: Playing With Fire - Vogue by Mert & Marcus, November 2011

Cannot WAIT until Girl with the Dragon Tattoo comes out.

Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig on the cover of Empire Magazine for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig on the cover of Empire Magazine for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

bohemea:

Submarine

Director Richard Ayoade did a PHENOMENAL job translating this from the page to the screen. The protagonist is a neurotic Welsh boy Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) who’s never had a girlfriend before, but longs for classmate Jordana Bevan (Yasmin Paige). It’s both a coming of age tale that acknowledges its whimsical triviality, and a deeply honest portrait of all relationships in the throes of their collective newness.
Oliver’s parents, played by Academy Award nominee Sally Hawkins and the Australian actor Noah Taylor, collectively, knock their storyline out of the park. Taylor’s deadpan is the most horrifyingly hilarious around, and Hawkins delivers another triumphant performance, just one in a string of exquisite roles for the British powerhouse (among them Happy-Go-Lucky, Made in Dagenham, and this summer’s stellar Jane Eyre).
It’s an important movie based off of an important book. It both acknowledges its thematic predecessors (Garden State, Rushmore, and a bevy of Woody Allen films) and steers the genre in a new and thrilling, albeit somewhat self conscious, direction.
Submarine is a movie that celebrates the joys and torments of youth and love. It is one of the year’s best, and will assuredly be a strong contender in all of the major film awards, for good reason.
10/10

bohemea:

Submarine

Director Richard Ayoade did a PHENOMENAL job translating this from the page to the screen. The protagonist is a neurotic Welsh boy Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) who’s never had a girlfriend before, but longs for classmate Jordana Bevan (Yasmin Paige). It’s both a coming of age tale that acknowledges its whimsical triviality, and a deeply honest portrait of all relationships in the throes of their collective newness.

Oliver’s parents, played by Academy Award nominee Sally Hawkins and the Australian actor Noah Taylor, collectively, knock their storyline out of the park. Taylor’s deadpan is the most horrifyingly hilarious around, and Hawkins delivers another triumphant performance, just one in a string of exquisite roles for the British powerhouse (among them Happy-Go-Lucky, Made in Dagenham, and this summer’s stellar Jane Eyre).

It’s an important movie based off of an important book. It both acknowledges its thematic predecessors (Garden State, Rushmore, and a bevy of Woody Allen films) and steers the genre in a new and thrilling, albeit somewhat self conscious, direction.

Submarine is a movie that celebrates the joys and torments of youth and love. It is one of the year’s best, and will assuredly be a strong contender in all of the major film awards, for good reason.

10/10

“I spend a lot of time sitting in a chair, looking out a window, just   daydreaming about the conditions or circumstances of the story until it   begins to feel real, until it begins not to feel separately from me any   more.”
Brit Marling for V Magazine
Go see her film Another Earth and get used to her name.

“I spend a lot of time sitting in a chair, looking out a window, just daydreaming about the conditions or circumstances of the story until it begins to feel real, until it begins not to feel separately from me any more.”

Brit Marling for V Magazine

Go see her film Another Earth and get used to her name.

zooeydeschanel:

here is the official poster.

I saw this back in February at Coolidge Corner when it was still called My Idiot Brother and LOVED it. It was funny and sweet and subtle, not at all like other R-rated comedies that have come out this summer. Also, Zooey Deschanel is in it, and everyone knows you really can’t go wrong with her.

zooeydeschanel:

here is the official poster.

I saw this back in February at Coolidge Corner when it was still called My Idiot Brother and LOVED it. It was funny and sweet and subtle, not at all like other R-rated comedies that have come out this summer. Also, Zooey Deschanel is in it, and everyone knows you really can’t go wrong with her.

Watch the trailer for Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia. This movie looks stupendous. I am such a huge fan of Von Trier, and since his work is always super high concept and multi-layered I’m sure this won’t just be another doomsday movie.

fromtheoldcountry:

lasciateognisperanza:

Not with a fizzle, but with a bang.

Easy A: HILARIOUS movie. Seriously, what a find — why aren’t more people talking about this film?? It’s like Mean Girls, round 2. And Emma Stone is fabulous. 

Easy A is easily the funniest movie I saw in theaters this year. Sure, big budget flicks like Valentine’s Day (which, I can’t lie, I saw) attract the huge stars like Julia Roberts, but Emma Stone is on her way to superstardom.

fromtheoldcountry:

lasciateognisperanza:

Not with a fizzle, but with a bang.

Easy A: HILARIOUS movie. Seriously, what a find — why aren’t more people talking about this film?? It’s like Mean Girls, round 2. And Emma Stone is fabulous

Easy A is easily the funniest movie I saw in theaters this year. Sure, big budget flicks like Valentine’s Day (which, I can’t lie, I saw) attract the huge stars like Julia Roberts, but Emma Stone is on her way to superstardom.

(Source: oliviajake)