grungescreen
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20th-century-man:

Jack Lemmon, Marilyn Monroe, and the girls in the band; production still from Billy Wilder’s Some Like It Hot (1958)
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ohrochester:

Wigged out
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nickdrake:

The Silence of The Lambs.
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David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography

David Fincher Filmography
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100-cherry-pops:


The Parent Trap (1998)


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Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette

Anthony Hopkins: The best moment for me in this film was when Jodie Foster does that reation after that speech when I say ‘You know what you look like to me with your good bag and your cheap shoes?’ right up to ‘All the way to the F B I’, is her look. That destroyed look when she- you see about five different thoughts going through her face as she sort of tries to maintain her dignity. And yet, she’s on the point of tears because he’s so destroyed her. I think that is a great piece of acting in Jodie’s performance there. - Commentary
Jodie Foster: I can’t think of anything more hurtful than somebody standing there saying ‘I really feel sorry for you. You’re really pathetic’. He started imitating my accent, and suddenly, I just…it upset me so much! It struck a really bad chord in me. - Making of Featurette
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vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
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vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?
vrtoglavicazanosa:

Shame (2011)
ah, is there room for both of us?both of us apart?are we bound out of obligation?is that all we’ve got?