D gives E a helping hand
So much cuteness.
i’m crying real tears
Those are my pics yo!
'Mood Indigo's' Limp Romance Isn't Entirely Michel Gondry's Fault by Moze Halperin
Michel Gondry is getting too much credit for the impotence of Mood Indigo. Like many critics, I watched the film before I read the book from which it was adapted. Assuming, despite my prior knowledge of author Boris Vian’s wordplay and surrealist imagery, that the over-the-top whimsy was Gondry’s contribution, I couldn’t suppress frequent “that’sso Gondry” eye-rolls. Oh look, our twee protagonists are floating in a plastic cloud above Paris: “Now, now, Gondry.” Oh look, our twee protagonists won’t stop acting like members of Alvin and the Chipmunks: “Cool it, Gondry.” Oh, look, our twee protagonists are jumping on the bed instead of fucking in it: “Gondry, that’s simply enough.” But when I opened the book, I was surprised to find that Gondry, alongside co-writer Luc Bossy, had merely been faithfully adapting the novel.
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That time I took this photo while gazing lovingly at Danielle Haim and she sang Honey & I at me. Now I realize she wasn’t falling for my charm, she was judging me.
Here’s hoping tomorrow I won’t fail in making Danielle love me.