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Interview with Dom and Emily of Superfood

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Edward Sharpe shows from Leeds Fest 2011, Leeds Irish Centre 2012 and Manchester Ritz 2013.

I have more on flickr here and here

Mary Poppins Quits with Kristen Bell from Funny Or Die

funnyordie:

Mary Poppins Quits with Kristen Bell

Mary Poppins (Kristen Bell) is working for minimum wage, and really needs a raise.

supercalifragilisticexpialibullshit 

Just one, I’m a few, no family too, who am I?

  • me when i'm angry: *x files theme songs plays as i enter the room*
  • me when i'm happy: *twin peaks theme song plays as i enter the room*

timeforhaim:

Danielle Haim playing with her hair before MS5 // Longitude 2014

I’m so glad someone got this on video. I have very blurry pics of it.

jennifermorris:

D gives E a helping hand

So much cuteness.

daysare-gone:

i’m crying real tears

Those are my pics yo!

Haim @ Longitude

flavorpill:

'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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'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.

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.

twinpeaksart:

Agent Cooper and Audrey by attractivemonkey