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classictrek:

Clint Eastwood visits the set of Star Trek: The Motion Picture with his children Kyle and Alison. The crew was shooting the “Memory Wall” sequence, a complex, effects heavy scene that was cut from the film after Robert Wise rejected it in favor of Spock’s spacewalk through V’Ger.

awww look at li’l Alison Eastwood

classictrek:

Clint Eastwood visits the set of Star Trek: The Motion Picture with his children Kyle and Alison. The crew was shooting the “Memory Wall” sequence, a complex, effects heavy scene that was cut from the film after Robert Wise rejected it in favor of Spock’s spacewalk through V’Ger.

awww look at li’l Alison Eastwood

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albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain

What?

nobody say a word

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so I’ve been buying Blu-rays here and there, both to collect movies I like and to catch-up on American TV shows I can’t easily see in Japan.

lots of them include this “Ultraviolet” service which promises a digital copy in addition to the disc I buy. normally I ignore it, but since I’ve started watching Hannibal - a show that my children should absolutely not see (nor should my wife, honestly) - I thought I’d give it a try so I can watch on my PC in total privacy.

the Ultraviolet slip inside the Blu-ray case claimed it takes “Just 3 Easy Steps” to redeem a video. this is a lie. this is such a lie I almost can’t believe it really happened. here’s the real step-by-step process:

  1. go to the redemption website which, amazingly, varies depending on where you buy the blu-ray
  2. determine which retailer-specific corner you need to access
  3. manually look up the name of the product
  4. type in the authorization code
  5. discover you must first create an account for this retailer-specific service
  6. type in the authorization code again
  7. discover that whoops, you also need an Ultraviolet account so you can link it to your retailer-specific account
  8. type in the authorization code AGAIN
  9. good job! you can now stream your video in standard def, making it look like someone uploaded it onto YouTube in 2008
  10. discover you need to download a special program if you want to download the video onto your PC
  11. re-login to all your accounts again from the special program
  12. discover that the browser/program doesn’t support Google Chrome so would you please use another browser?
  13. start up another browser and login to all your accounts for a third time
  14. congrats, you may now download that standard def YouTube shit (but only if you are inside the United States, otherwise fuck you)

by the way, here is the real “3 Easy Steps” alternative to Ultraviolet:

  1. type the series name followed by sXXeYY (XX=season number YY=episode number) into Google
  2. pick from any number of HD-quality stream OR download options
  3. close a few pop-ups and enjoy your free television program anywhere in the world
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awfulreviewposters:

The Professional aka Leon

that BURN deserves an EEEEEEVERYONNNNNNE

EVERYONE

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awfulreviewposters:

Saving Private Ryan

reblogging solely for the Ed Burns BURN

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awfulreviewposters:

Kill Bill

OMG new favorite tumblr

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wolvensnothere:

Always Reblog Ripley

and yet Never Reblog Burke

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cinephilearchive:

100 behind-the-scenes photos that span the entire production of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ Great job, Larry Wright!

“European filmmakers, including George Sluizer (director of ‘Spoorloos,’ aka ‘The Vanishing’ and ‘Utz’), Peter Delpeut (‘Felice… Felice…’) and Harry Kümel (‘Daughters of Darkness,’ ‘Malpertuis’) discuss the films and famously obsessive work practices of Stanley Kubrick. Kubrick thought Sluizer’s ‘The Vanishing’ the most terrifying film he had seen—even more frightening than ‘The Shining,’ and it led to Kubrick ‘phoning the Dutch filmmaker to discuss editing. There is also an interview with Johanna ter Steege, who was set to star in Kubrick’s so-called ‘lost Holocaust’ movie ‘The Aryan Papers,’ which was dropped after Steven Spielberg made ‘Schindler’s List.’ It ends with (who else?) Malcolm McDowell in performance, recounting a tale of working with Kubrick.” —Paul Gallagher, Dangerous Minds

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monetizeyourcat:

a reverse Chasing Amy where a gay lady has a crush on a straight dude and the conflict resolves itself when he stops being a dude. end credits roll over kevin smith aging in reverse and transforming into a neckbearded starchild

ha ha ha oh I’m going to hate myself for ever loving Chasing Amy if I rewatch it, won’t I?

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inkpanic:

Fight Club Brad Pitt is the hottest Brad Pitt… maybe it’s all the blood and aggression and not giving a fuck.. and the floral robe and rubber gloves

this is the not-so-secret reason I love Fight Club: it’s the sexiest (nearly) all-male movie I’ve ever seen. And I am not gay.

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