jueves, 31 de marzo de 2011

The Blindness of the Woods.

Winter is hard in Kiruna woods. The trees complain. The squirrels don’t play. The birds don’t sing. And the loneliness makes the cold feel even worse. The sun hides behind the clouds, thinking the low light will bother me… but for me darkness is permanent.

It is said that in these woods, people die from cold but I believe that it’s loneliness that kills them.

My blindness will never stop me from what I always wanted to do… to love.
“Oh thank you! Thank you for returning my man from the woods. I love you.”

miércoles, 30 de marzo de 2011

All time Catwoman!

Julie Newmar

Michelle Pfeiffer

Eartha Kitt

Lee Meriwether

Halle Berry

I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you.

When I woke up this morning,
I saw you smile, that smile, and I knew that
I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

As much as I love you.

Evan: So, do you think it might have worked?
Kayleigh: Yeah... But that's not how things wound up... I'm with Lenny, Lenny is your friend... and that's where it ends.
Well... Would it make a difference if I told you that no one could possibly ever love anyone as much as I love you? ...I'm not saying that, I am just saying it like if you were a girl, would that be something you would want to hear?

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

Nothing ever gets better.

Evan: When we were kids, your dad was making a movie about "Robin Hood" or something...
Kayleigh Miller: What do you want to know, Evan?
Evan: Is... Did he... What happened in the basement?
Kayleigh Miller: Look, it was a long time ago. Is that why you came all the way back here? To ask a lot of stupid questions about "Robin Hood"?
Evan: No, I... I just think something really bad might of happened.
Kayleigh Miller: Is there a point to any of this?
Look... what ever happened, it wasn't our fault, we were kids. I mean, there is nothing that we could do to of deserved or could of done...
Kayleigh Miller: Just shut up, Evan, you're wasting your breath.
You can't hate yourself because you're dads a twisted freak.
Kayleigh Miller: Who are you trying to convince, Evan?
You come all the way back here to stir up my shit just because you have a bad memory? What? Do you want me to just cry on your shoulder and tell you everything's all better now? Well fuck you, Evan. Nothing's all better, okay? Nothing ever gets better. You know, if I was so wonderful Evan, why didn't you call me? Why did you just leave me here to rot?

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

I'm not gonna lose you again.

I've already lost you once, I'm not gonna lose you again.

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

Don't ever touch me again!

Evan at 7: What time is it?
Mr. George Miller: It's time for you to do what I tell you to do...
Evan at 7: Wrong answer fuck bag. This is the very moment of your reckoning. In the next 30 seconds you're gonna open 1 of 2 doors.
The first door will forever traumatize your own flesh and blood.
Mr. George Miller: What's happening, how are you doing this?
Evan at 7:
It'll change your daughter from a beautiful child into an empty shell whose only concept of trust was betrayed by her own sick pedophile father. Ultimately... it'll lead to her suicide. Nice work, Daddy.
Mr. George Miller: Who are you?
Evan at 7: Let's just say you're being closely watched, George. Your other option is... to treat Kayleigh like, say like a loving father treats his daughter. Sound okay to you, Papa?
Mr. George Miller: Yes.
Evan at 7: Listen close then fuckbag. You screw this up again - I'll flat-out castrate you. What you need to do, is discipline your son Tommy cause the kid is one sadistic pup. One last thing...
Kayleigh at 7:
Don't ever touch me again!
Mr. George Miller: I won't.

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

You were happy once... with me.

Evan: I just thought that you should know.
Kayleigh Miller: Know what?
That you were happy once... with me.
Kayleigh Miller: You know there's one major hole in your story, there is no fucking way on this planet, nor any other I would ever be in some fucking sorority.
Evan: You were happy there...

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

Chaos Theory

It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly's wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world. - Chaos Theory

The Butterfly Effect (2004) by Erick Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

Super Trailer

Shut up crime!

domingo, 27 de marzo de 2011

This is a poncho!

Sheldon: Mom, what are you doing here?

Mary: Leonard called me.

Sheldon: I know, but why?

Leonard: Because one of the great minds of the twenty-first century is raising glow-in-the-dark fish and weaving serapes.

Sheldon: This is not a serape, this is a poncho. A serape is open at the sides; a poncho is closed. This is a poncho. …And neither is a reason to call someone’s mother.

The Big Bang Theory 1.04 - The Luminous Fish Effect

sábado, 26 de marzo de 2011

I was wrong about many things.

I thought Tristan would never live to be an old man.

I was wrong about that.
I was wrong about many things.

It was those who loved him most who died young.

He was a rock they broke themselves against however much he tried to protect them.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

Even though he's abandoned her and you.

Alfred: I don't know what to say. Tristan's always been wild. You love him for that.
Susannah: Do I? Yeah, I suppose I do.
Susannah, he does love you.
Colonel Ludlow: Alfred! She's to be your brother's wife.
Alfred: Yes, though you might better remind him of that.
Colonel Ludlow: He's not here to defend himself.
Alfred: No, he's not but I see you are here to defend him and what is his.
Even though he's abandoned her and you. And I won't even speak of who else he abandoned.
Colonel Ludlow: Damn you, boy. Don't you blame my son for Samuel's death! Samuel chose to be a soldier and soldiers die. Sent to be slaughtered by the men in the government. Parasites like you! Damn and blast you!
[turns to Susannah]
Colonel Ludlow: Damn you too!
Alfred: Shut your mouth!
You leave her out of this!
Colonel Ludlow: You get out of my house and off my land.
Alfred: Why? Because I want to serve my country like you did?
Or because, like you, I love a woman who doesn't love me? He used her and he deserted her. Your darling Tristan.
Susannah: Alfred, don't, please.
I loved her! I love her still. And he stole her from me. If you want to know the truth of it he stole her from Samuel before the war.
Colonel Ludlow: God help me, I'll kill you.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

You say that again and we're not brothers

Alfred: When are you planning to be married?
Tristan: Morning.
Alfred: Damn you, Tristan.
You will marry her.
And make a honest woman out of her?
Alfred: Yes! God damn you to hell.
Tristan: Yes,
I will marry her if she'll have me.
Alfred: If she'll have you? Do you love her? Or did you seduce her just to spite me?
Tristan: It's not what I did.
Alfred: And what about Samuel?
Tristan: What about Samuel?
Alfred: You tell me about Samuel.
Tristan: We all loved Samuel. Samuel's dead. What?
Alfred: How convenient that is for you.
Because you love her I will forgive you for that. Once! You say that again and we're not brothers.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

They all loved you more.

I followed all of the rules, man's and God's. And you, you followed none of them. And they all loved you more. Samuel, Father, and my... even my own wife.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

I recommend fucking.

Tristan: Samuel, God bless you. You are good at everything you try to do. I'm sure it'll be the same with fucking.
Samuel: Tristan, really. We're talking about my future wife.
Tristan: Oh, you're not gonna fuck her?
Samuel: No!
Tristan: No?
Samuel: No! I'm planning to be with her.
Tristan: I recommend fucking.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

They become legends.

Some people hear their own inner voices with great clearness and they live by what they hear. Such people become crazy, or they become legends.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

Too long...

Forever turned out to be too long.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

Still sometimes dream...

I still sometimes dream that I'm the mother of your children.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

I'll wait for you forever.

Susannah: Were you going to say goodbye? Tristan? How long will you be gone?
Tristan: Not long. A few months.
I can make it better for you.
Tristan: No.
Susannah: If we'd had a child or if I were pregnant, would you still be going?
Tristan: Yes.
Just give me a chance.
Tristan: Don't do that.
Look at me. Please, look at me. I'll wait for you. However long it takes. I'll wait for you forever.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

I write it only for myself.

Tristan, I have nowhere to send this letter and no reason to believe you wish to receive it.
I write it only for myself.
And so I will hide it away along with all the things left unsaid and undone between us.

Legends of the Fall (1994) by Edward Zwick

viernes, 25 de marzo de 2011

I loved you on this day ♥


It's raining out. Joel is reading, slouched in a chair. He looks over at Clementine, stretched out on her belly in her underwear. She's reading, too.

VOICE-OVER: She's so sexy.

I loved you on this day. I love this memory. The rain. Us just hanging.

Clementine looks over at him, smiles.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2003) by Charlie Kaufman

La Mosquitera Trailer

lunes, 21 de marzo de 2011

Even the biggest failure.

A couple hundred years ago Benjamin Franklin shared with the world the secret of his success. Never leave that 'til tomorrow, which you can do today. This is the man who discovered electricity; you'd think we'd pay more attention to what he had to say. I don't know why we put things off, but if I had to guess it has a lot to do with fear. Fear of failure, fear of pain, fear of rejection. Sometimes the fear if just of making a decision. Because... What if you're wrong? What if you make a mistake you can't undo? Whatever it is we're afraid of, one thing holds true: That by the time the pain of not doing the thing gets worse than the fear of doing it, it can feel like we're carrying around a giant tumor. And you thought I was speaking metaphorically... 'The early bird catches the worm.' 'A stitch in time saves nine.' 'He who hesitates is lost.' We can't pretend we haven't been told. We've all heard the proverbs, heard the philosophers, heard our grandparents warning us about wasted time; heard the damn poets urging us to seize the day. Still, sometimes we have to see for ourselves. We have to make our own mistakes. We have to learn our own lessons. We have to sweep today's possibility under tomorrows run until we can't anymore. Until we finally understand for ourselves what Benjamin Franklin meant. That knowing is better than wondering. That waking is better than sleeping. And that even the biggest failure, even the worst most intractable mistake beats the hell out of never trying.

Grey’s Anatomy, 01x06 “If tomorrow never comes” (2005)

The Fountain Trailer

What If You Could Live Forever?

The Fountain (2006) by Darren Aronofsky

domingo, 13 de marzo de 2011

Maybe it's a gunshot to the head.

Well, to begin with, nobody, and I mean nobody, can talk a junkie out of using. You can talk to 'em for years but sooner or later they're gonna get ahold of something. Maybe it's not dope. Maybe it's booze, maybe it's glue, maybe it's gasoline. Maybe it's a gunshot to the head. But something. Something to relieve the pressures of their everyday life, like having to tie their shoes.

Drugstore Cowboy (1989) by Gus Van Sant


Diane was my wife. I loved her, and she loved dope. So we made a good couple.

Drugstore Cowboy (1989) by Gus Van Sant

Now we are on the subject...

Rick: Jesus, Bob, you never told us anything about not mentioning dogs.

Bob: The reason nobody mentioned dogs, Rick, is that to mention the dog would have been a hex in itself.

Rick: All right, well, now we are on the subject, are there an other stupid things we aren't supposed to mention that will affect our future?

Drugstore Cowboy (1989) by Gus Van Sant

The labels on the little bottles.

Most people don't know how they're gonna feel from one moment to the next. But a dope fiend has a pretty good idea. All you gotta do is look at the labels on the little bottles.

Drugstore Cowboy (1989) by Gus Van Sant

Jeux d'enfants Posters!

Dying people are so alive!

JACK: We need to talk.
MARLA: Okay. Sure.
JACK: You're a faker. You aren't dying. Okay, in the brainy brain-food philosophy way, we're all dying. But you're not dying the way Chloe is dying.
MARLA: You're not dying, either... Cornelius.
JACK: These are my groups. I found them!
MARLA: I saw you practicing this.
JACK: What?
MARLA: Telling me off. Is it going as well as you thought it would?
JACK: I'll expose you!
MARLA: Go ahead.
JACK: I've put in some serious time on these groups -- I've been coming for a year.
MARLA: Must've been tough to pull off.
JACK: Anyone who might've noticed me in that time has either died or recovered and never come back.
MARLA: Why do you do it?
JACK: Why do you? ... If people think you're dying, they really listen, instead of just waiting for their turn to speak.  Everything else about credit card debts and sad radio songs and thinning hair goes out the window.
MARLA: It started with a lump. I went to a breast cancer support group. The lump turned out benign. But I still needed my Monday fix. So, I went to lymphoma, just to check it out. Dying people are so alive.
JACK: It becomes an addiction.
MARLA: Yeah ...
JACK: Look, I can't go to a group with a faker present.
MARLA: Well, I can't either.
JACK: We'll split up the week.
The Fight Club (1999) by David Fincher