you know what, terry?

I had a pretty good time tonight.

isabel. 20. california.
film student, comic book lover, print hoarder.

"I feel sad because of whom I never was, and I don’t know with what kind of nostalgia I miss him."

favorite movies - gifsets // masterpost
favorite comic covers - covers // masterpost


thisslight:

So If I broke your heart last night It’s because I love you most of all

thisslight:

So If I broke your heart last night
It’s because I love you most of all






sundaystorms:

Blue Valentine

sundaystorms:

Blue Valentine


purple-point:

Certainly one of the greatest closing credits I’ve ever seen.

purple-point:

Certainly one of the greatest closing credits I’ve ever seen.

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Blue Valentine Movie Review

Title: Blue Valentine (USA, 2010) ★★★½
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams 
Date Viewed: February 21, 2011
Summary: The film centers on a contemporary married couple, charting their evolution over a span of years by cross-cutting between time periods.

The thing that’s most depressing about “Blue Valentine” is the fact that you already know the marriage between the two main characters is doomed, despite the hopeful tone set by their earlier days. The movie was just short of expectations, but ending credits were gorgeous. Would’ve been 3 stars, were it not for the pleasantly surprising bits of humor sprinkled here and there.