Marlon Brando’s screen test in “Rebel Without A Cause” (1955)

Marlon Brando’s screen test in “Rebel Without A Cause” (1955)

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"I Got You (feat. Jax Jones)," Duke Dumont

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"Sun Models (feat. Madelyn Grant)," by Odesza

Thank you, Yeezus, for giving us the double arm pump dance move.

And thank you, Yeezus, for making it culturally relevant to make the sound, ‘Heeeh?’

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"Habits Of My Heart (Slaptop Remix)," by Jaymes Young

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"Stay With Me (Prince Fox remix)," Sam Smith

“But no matter. What I found most appealing was the way that the practice of etiquette let you draw a protective circle around yourself and your emotions. By following the strictures in the book, you could drag yourself through a terrible situation and when it was all over, you could throw your white gloves in the dirty laundry hamper and move on with your life. I figured there was a big world out there and etiquette was going to come in handy along the way.”
gruntyindustries:

what if my friends dont think im fast enough

gruntyindustries:

what if my friends dont think im fast enough

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inkimyewetrust:

So cool

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dorkly:

The new X-Men movie looks great

dorkly:

The new X-Men movie looks great

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"Hero", from Frank Ocean, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Diplo

“He said his intent was neither to mock nor glamorize Wall Street. “I do not have an agenda to paint the people or this culture one way or the other,” he said, adding that he was “always a cynical banker” when he worked on Wall Street but “I loved it. We did a lot of crazy stuff. It’s not like I had a great epiphany along the way.” Still, he said that working on Wall Street was an eye-opener. “I went into investment banking and I saw a group of people that aren’t as impressive as I thought they were — or as impressive as they thought they were. They defined themselves as human beings by their jobs.””
“What an artist is trying to do for people is bring them closer to something, because of course art is about sharing: you wouldn’t be an artist unless you wanted to share an experience, a thought. I am constantly preoccupied with how to remove distance so that we can all come closer together, so that we can all begin to sense that we are the same, we are one.”