The first heavy rains after summer bring the highest death toll on New Zealand roads. To alert people to the dangers of driving in the wet this billboard was created. Every time it rained the face begins to bleed.
Watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANjCYOH81D0
The folks at HBO possess an astoundingly acute sense of what it’s like to watch their shows with your parents in the room. The ads for the new HBO Go app feature a family who presumably shares one HBO-equipped television, with the all-too-familiar awkwardness that ensues when parents, say, pass thro
YESSSSS. Dad’s ALWAYS walk in during sex scenes, it’s a fact.
bad ad buy.
WHY are these drinks so tiny? Am I an alcoholic? Are these how big drinks are supposed to be? I’m so lost.
I’m sorry but I can’t go on a date when I’m only drinking that much.
I was going to make the title “Fuck the Police”, but I decided I’m too sophisticated for that.
The one thing police can’t control? Social Media. The people’s voices hidden behind a barrier but still strong.
The NYPD wanted to seem totally down to earth and social savvy so they asked “fans” to share a photo of them and a member of the NYPD. What follows is extremely sad but the best response ever.
Need I say more?
In Films I’m Obsessed With, I introduce to you, “Blue is the Warmest Color”, a french film about love (I mean it’s so deeper than this) based off of a 2010 French graphic novel by Julie Maroh. (It got a 90% on Rotten Tomato—major.)
Written, produced, and directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, who is apparently a horrible director to work with but based on what he’s created with this film, it’s my dream to work with him.
Starring Léa Seydoux and Adéle Exarchopoulos, my new loves, who are the only women (apart from director, Jane Campion) to have ever been awarded the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. (GIRL POWER)
It has received critical acclaim and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film and the BAFTA Award for Best Film no in the English Language.
The entire thing is so natural and real. It has to be some of the best acting I have ever seen—-the small details from Adéle pulling her hair out of messy buns to her eating to Léa’s study of James Dean giving her more masculine mannerisms. The recurring color blue! The cinematography! I just love it all. It’s 3 hours but it’s worth every moment. I watched it twice in a row I loved it so much.
oh & Adéle and Léa became bffs after this.
The most important game you’ll play all year.