A Twenty-Something European History student in Boston.
Get ready for way too many posts of weird (awesome) music, ancient (classic) movies, pretentious (amazing) books, and old (timeless) tv!
"And this name is just so bright and so sharp that this sign, it just blows up because the name is just so powerful"
Boogie Nights - Paul Thomas Anderson (1997)
Holy Fuck Holy Shit Holy Mother of God.
I am so outrageously excited for this movie.
Paul Thomas Anderson - The Master (2012)
"I’m obsessed with uh, with Death, I think. Big, big subject for me, yeah."
Finally watched Annie Hall… and of course it turned out to be one of the best movies I have ever seen. What are some good starting points for someone new to Woody Allen movies?