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Simply messing about in boats!

"Happiness is only real when shared."
~Christopher McCandless
Oct 20 '14

I don’t feel tired but also feel like I need 12 hours sleep, minimum.

Oct 20 '14

Does anyone else’s cat’s fur smell like home or is that seriously just me?

Oct 20 '14
Feeling the sad about things now in the past… Then miss meerkat peeps over and wants a snuggle 😚

Feeling the sad about things now in the past… Then miss meerkat peeps over and wants a snuggle 😚

Oct 20 '14
cognitivedissonance:

azspot:

Matt Bors

And there it is.
Oct 20 '14

johnhalloweens:

The Shining | 1981, Dir. Stanley Kubrick

Oct 19 '14

acquaintedwithrask:

ramavoite:

toad-hollow:

puffpuffpeace:

smokeweeedgethigh:

greeneyed-l4dy:

popadoseyo:

what did i just watch

dead

Lmao

dying

OMFG

At first I thought it was guys trying to make pattycake sound like a demonic summoning ritual. Fortunately I kept listening.

THIS IS LITERALLY ONE OF MY FAVORITE VIDEOS OF ALL TIME THO I HAVEN’T SEEN THIS IN YEARS OMG

Yesssssssss.

(Source: videohall)

Oct 19 '14
cinephiliabeyond:

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster, said Ray Liotta, and the rest has become legend. Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime film Goodfellas gloriously depicts the rise and fall of Henry Hill, a young man infatuated with the image of gangsters, in a film Roger Ebert dubbed the finest film about organized crime ever made. Mind you, Ebert had definitely seen The Godfather. An adaptation of co-writer Nicholas Pileggi’s 1986 non-fiction book Wiseguy, Scorsese’s film brings out the very best out of a pool of talent made of such giants as De Niro, Pesci and Liotta. Certainly one of the iconic films of the nineties, Goodfellas remains an epitome of gangster films and one of Scorsese’s finest to date. Take a peek at Scorsese and Pileggi’s script that swept legendary director Michael Powell off his feet, as well as numerous outtakes and a historically enlightening PBS American Masters documentary that unearthed some priceless behind-the-scenes material. Goodfellas is what makes cinema so great—the ABCs of adept filmmaking, the sheer power of storytelling, the unique magic that makes you fall in love with characters that are far from deserving such affection. Goodfellas is divine and Scorsese is our god.
1-Page Film School: Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas

cinephiliabeyond:

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster, said Ray Liotta, and the rest has become legend. Martin Scorsese’s 1990 crime film Goodfellas gloriously depicts the rise and fall of Henry Hill, a young man infatuated with the image of gangsters, in a film Roger Ebert dubbed the finest film about organized crime ever made. Mind you, Ebert had definitely seen The Godfather. An adaptation of co-writer Nicholas Pileggi’s 1986 non-fiction book Wiseguy, Scorsese’s film brings out the very best out of a pool of talent made of such giants as De Niro, Pesci and Liotta. Certainly one of the iconic films of the nineties, Goodfellas remains an epitome of gangster films and one of Scorsese’s finest to date. Take a peek at Scorsese and Pileggi’s script that swept legendary director Michael Powell off his feet, as well as numerous outtakes and a historically enlightening PBS American Masters documentary that unearthed some priceless behind-the-scenes material. Goodfellas is what makes cinema so great—the ABCs of adept filmmaking, the sheer power of storytelling, the unique magic that makes you fall in love with characters that are far from deserving such affection. Goodfellas is divine and Scorsese is our god.

1-Page Film School: Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas

Oct 19 '14

(Source: ruinedchildhood)

Oct 19 '14
Waaaaant.

Waaaaant.

(Source: peacefulmumsie)

Oct 19 '14
The. Best. EVER.

The. Best. EVER.

(Source: allonsyforever)