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Kurt Russell in ‘Escape from New York' (1981)

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The prophecy

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#YES  

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I’m willing to let your child wither and die inside you if that’s what’s required.

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pinuparena:

By Otto Schmidt 

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I forgot what it’s like for one of my posts to become popular.

Annoying. It’s annoying.

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soundboard:

Azealea Banks - Heavy Metal and Reflective

The Curious Case of Azealia Banks, A Soundboard File: Chapter 4. I think it’s been said several times over here on Soundboard, but we like Azalea Banks. But… we’re a little worried about her. And not in a patronizing way. She’s a big girl and she’s not exactly Amanda Bynes’ing her way to the bottom or anything, she just has a bad case of foot-in-mouth syndrome. No need to document all the cases of it here, that’s what Google is for. It just pains me to have championed her so long ago and not really be able to justify it anymore since her debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, is still nowhere to be seen. In 2014. 2 years after we first said it would be arriving. Is it okay? Did it fall down a well? Maybe Banks Casey Anthony’d the album and we need Nancy Grace to help. Just kidding. I’d never ask Nancy Grace for help because then the situation would be Nancy Grace’d.

Regardless of the way Banks has Damon Baehrel’ed this album, she does come through with a few banging singles every few months (though, none of which rival her epic breakout single 212). So when I saw her drop Heavy Metal and Reflective today, I knew it was time to check in with miss Yung Rapunzel.

She could not be reached for comment. She’s… dodging** our calls.

**I couldn’t think of a pop culture figure who’s famous for avoiding things 

Max

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theres a penis joke somewhere in this

No, the Sonic doesn’t do wood.

oh my gOD

Honestly the first thing I thought when I saw this was that it was a joke about size. Then I realized that 11 knows EXACTLY what 10 has down there and 10 is left wondering what he ends up with in the future. That’s why 11 looks so cocky and 10 looks a bit unsure. 

so you’re saying 11 has a bigger dick than 10? 

What is this fandom

The Dicktor Who fandom

there it is

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Natalie Dormer SDCC 2014 Portraits by Entertainment Weekly

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Even though feminism is beneficial to men, as well as to women, it’s validity and it’s importance shouldn’t be dependent on how useful it is to the male gender.

movieposteroftheday:

1969 70mm re-launch poster for 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (Stanley Kubrick, USA/UK, 1968)

Art Director: Mike Kaplan

Poster source: Heritage Auctions

“When MGM decided to re-launch the 70mm prints of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey into New York theatres, the studio decided to revamp the ad campaign as well. The film had been in continuous release since April 1968 and due to that popularity, the studio decided it was time to refresh the ads. The two new posters that were created capitalized on the film’s surreal ending and the news that young people were flocking to the film. The tag line, “The Ultimate Trip” was used and the posters were distributed in a campaign in New York City where the posters were “wilded” onto walls, fences, and construction sight barricades.” –Heritage Auctions

“The Star Child image was selected by Kaplan to re-launch Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece in its full 70mm technical presentation, the format in which the film was meant to be experienced by new and returning audiences. Kubrick had placed an embargo on using the Star Child in any publicity so its appearance in print and poster a year after 2001’s premiere was startling, conveying an immediate human dimension to his epic vision. The unprecedented re-launch was enormously successful, and with THE ULTIMATE TRIP slogan, cemented its recognition as a cultural phenomenon.” –Mike Kaplan, The Movie Posters

Happy Birthday Stanley Kubrick, born July 26, 1928