Watching with friends right now. A very good horror film in my opinion.
I just don’t understand what’s the big deal about Audrey Hepburn. She’s funny looking. Did a handful of Rom-Com movies in the 50s. And was a goodwill ambassador. That’s about it. Big deal.
What is the deal with a successful actress who not only won an academy award in her breakthrough role, but worked successfully for decades before devoting herself to humanitarian work for the rest of her life? What is the deal with someone who was a landmark actress, who, through her work, became a cultural icon? What is the deal with her image being one of the most recognisable and universally admired in the world? What is the deal with that, amirite guys?
Not to mention, she’s just a wonderful person. While working on My Fair Lady, she spent weeks doing dancing lessons and singing lessons, working incredibly hard, only to be told they weren’t going to use her voice. She replied, “Oh.” Then left the set. The next day she called to apologize for her tantrum.
She also set a good example for all young ladies, by refusing to change her bushy eyebrows, her crooked teeth, or even her name, to fit some perfect standard of Hollywood beauty.
Every actor that ever worked with her fell in love with her because of the beauty of her art, which reflected the beauty of her soul.
aurora is the queen bitch
The Lost Weekend (1945)
I’d be upset too if somebody left watermarks on my wood furniture.
Still giving me nightmares
petition for Bryan Fuller to choose British food to title Hannibal S3
- spotted dick
- bubble and squeak
- bangers and mash
- toad in the hole
- welsh rarebit
- yorkshire pudding
- black pudding
- eton mess
- jam roly poly
- and the grand finale chip butty
confusing and delicious
What about “A banger in the mouth”?
the best is when you’re reminded that “nothing” is elizabethan slang for female genitals, so shakespeare literally titled his play
much ado about pussy
Ah, Shakespeare. Such fine and serious art. So serious.
Actually, it’s a triple pun. “Ado” is Elizabethan for “fuss.” A semi-direct translation of “Much Ado About Nothing” into modern-day English would be:
What #NotAllMen sounds like to us.
(And for the love of God, will a better artist draw a better version of this?)
Signal boosting my own shitty drawings about serious things.
Alternate line to the alternate ending’s alternate girl: “Hello, 911. There is a man shooting everyone… Yes, All People are under attack!”
Details of Michelangelo’s masterpiece “David” 1501–1504