"I do things like get in a taxi and say, ‘The library, and step on it.’"
Here’s hoping the latest Godard, Goodbye Language, is just images of babies throwing alphabet soup in slow motion at the camera (hence the 3D).
Mad Men’s last minute
It’s 2014. Peggy and Pete’s son looks at the camera and says: “and that, kids, is how I met your mother”.
Mad Men’s final twist: Peggy and Pete’s son is the Antichrist.
For just one day, Buzzfeed articles start to ignite a literal blow of people’s minds. I call it “Scanners 2: Buzz Kill!”
"Weed Encounters of the Third Kind" is a good name for a book club.
Spoiler alert: if the main character’s name is on the cover, he/she will most likely die before the last page*. Just looking at my shelf, I got:
Don Quixote, Jude, The Obscure, Miss Lonelyhearts, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Great Gatsby, The Late Mattia Pascal (this title is far from being a spoiler, that’s how brilliant this one is), pretty much every Shakespeare tragedy, Madame Bovary, Anna Karenina (uhnnn, these gals had “slut shaming” as cause of death). What else?
*I’m betting that, a hundred years from now, Harry Potter won’t be deemed as a classic, because that dweeb had to stay alive (against so many odds).