Hi, my name is Jonathan. 20. Toronto. Cuckoo film person.

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Kyle Maclachlan and David Lynch at the David Lynch Foundation Braintrust Lunch, September 2014.

Kyle Maclachlan and David Lynch at the David Lynch Foundation Braintrust Lunch, September 2014.

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fullmetalspartan asked
Do you think somewhere out there someone has made a list of Godzilla's screentime in all his movies, like in all the Toho movies? If not, I'm considering doing that, if not to kill some time. And hopefully to shut some people up about Legendary's version having a short amount of time on screen.

spankzilla85:

It’s honestly a moot point - some folks consider certain aspects to be screen time, others think that it only counts when Godzilla’s full body is onscreen, like that video on Youtube that skips a large chunk of Godzilla’s Honolulu scenes because he’s obscured by water.
What matters almost as much as screentime is the presence a character has. Godzilla may have not been physically onscreen for a lot of the new film but his shadow looms large.
I honestly think this reductionist mentality towards monster movies and the amount of time a monster is onscreen is asinine.

Exactly! 

astoundingbeyondbelief:

legendary:

How do your favorite movie monsters stack up against each other? (Via Yahoo Movies)

"Kaiju" for Knifehead? .-.

astoundingbeyondbelief:

legendary:

How do your favorite movie monsters stack up against each other? (Via Yahoo Movies)

"Kaiju" for Knifehead? .-.

keptyn:

Film Genre Meme: [1/5] Mystery

"Be cautious. You are holding the bad color."

The Village (2004) dir. M. Night Shyamalan

TIFF Review: Mommy

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Director: Xavier Dolan

Writer: Xavier Dolan

Year: 2014 

Cast: Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilon, Suzanne Clément, Alexandre Goyette, Patrick Huard

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Our love wasn’t safe, but it wasn’t dumb.
Laurence Anyways, directed by Xavier Dolan (2012)

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