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But just as he did in Being John Malkovich and Adaptation, Jonze uses the gimmick to unlock a door to unsmirky human feeling. The result is not just a cautionary meditation on romance and technology but a subtle exploration of the weirdness, delusiveness, and one-­sidedness of love. For all his imaginative conceits, Jonze is, in his way, a realist; he’s less interested in playing with the technologically extraordinary than he is in demonstrating the ways in which it can burrow into our most private selves. [x]

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season 1 || season 10

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dizzydennis:

It’s footage like this that makes me really appreciate both Mana Ashida’s acting and the genius film making by Guillermo del Toro.

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lizthefangirl:

you cannot not love him

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nicolehoran-maybe:

veni-vidi-igothammered:

I love him because he’s the only one in their lives to call their bullshit

basically saying what we’re all thinking

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I fell asleep, and when I woke up the man next to me asked, ‘Excuse me, are you someone important?’ I must have looked confused. He explained: ‘I’m asking because the stewardesses came over and were watching you sleep.’ —Eddie Redmayne [about a recent flight] (via iloveeddieredmayne)

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junerar:

andersoN [x]

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