So last week I dreamt that I moved to California and gretchenalice came out to visit. We saw Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, his upcoming film that’s NOT about Scientology. (*wink wink*) But also The Master religion was real. And she joined it while in CA. Then her dad and her mean, little dog came out and I met them. There was some type of induction ceremony and that was it.
Now, I rarely ever remember my dreams, so all I can conclude is that The Master is going to be a powerful movie. My hopes for it are sky high since I consider Anderson’s There Will Be Blood a masterpiece and believe that Phillip Seymour Hoffman can do no wrong. I have a feeling that after seeing it this October, my thetan level will drop significantly.
Everything about this greatly amuses me.Source: micahplease
January: Nothing, really, except for Beauty and the Beast in 3D
February: The Woman in Black
March: Hunger Games, Mirror Mirror, The Pirates!, The Raven
April: The Five-Year Engagement
May: The Avengers
June: Snow White and the Huntsman, Brave, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
July: The Amazing Spider-Man
September: (Nothing so far…)
November: Skyfall (And Breaking Dawn II SHUT UP.)
December: The Hobbit, The Great Gatsby, Les Miserables, Life of Pi
Prior to the start of the movie, when a theater is empty or only partly full, I will pretend to have a disgusting, hacking, wet cough in order to prevent people from sitting directly behind, beside, or in front of me. Not in a full theater and not once the previews start — I’m not a complete asshole — only when idiots try to sit, like, directly beside me even though there’s a hundred and fifty other seats open and it’s twenty minutes before the movie starts.
It works, people.
I love this. When I saw Captain America by myself, I ended up with people ON BOTH SIDES OF ME. That alone nearly ruined the movie.Source: popculturemulcher