Movies taught me how to feel

Genius

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[TOP 100 MOVIES]

A film by Arthur Penn
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren Beaty
Screenplay: David Newman, Robert Benton
Cinematography: Burnett Guffey

"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.

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“The true mark of maturity is when somebody hurts you and you try to understand their situation instead of trying to hurt them back.”

—   Unknown (via franki-e)

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torrilla:

Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as Adam and Eve in Only Lovers Left Alive (x)

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“Books don’t offer real escape, but they can stop a mind scratching itself raw.”

—   David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas (via wordsnquotes)

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trnmarie:

Artist: Joe Petruccio (I don’t have a link)
This one hits home! Bangarang Robin!

trnmarie:

Artist: Joe Petruccio
(I don’t have a link)

This one hits home! Bangarang Robin!

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miramax:

Robin Williams in the Miramax classic Good Will Hunting

miramax:

Robin Williams in the Miramax classic Good Will Hunting

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isitgiforjif:

I can only imagine how many times it took to get this right.
Breakfast Club, 1985

isitgiforjif:

I can only imagine how many times it took to get this right.

Breakfast Club, 1985

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