You are driving through the pouring rain. You go under a bridge and for a second everything stops. After the bridge, the raindrops hit you so hard, the windows rattle. Meeting you was kind of like that.
I’m just trying to explain why you mean so much to me (via nervouspeach)
With “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For” a colossal bomb last month, it’s an instructive lesson to Hollywood that what may have captured the zeitgeist years ago, may not resonate later. David Fincher’s “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo,” based on the bestselling book that everyone read, came on the heels of the Swedish language trilogy that brought Noomi Rapace to the attention of Hollywood. And those are just a couple of the reasons the very expensive, R-rated, adult thriller—released at Christmas—only earned just over $230 million worldwide. That might seem like a lot, but when you factor in the budget and release date, clearly the studio expected a better result.
Butterscotch schnapps + Irish whiskey in one shot glass, orange juice in the other. Take a quick shot of the first and then follow with the OJ and then after you take a tiny breath, bam, you taste fucking pancakes. Beautiful.