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RepostBy @namedropgame1: "In our continuing series of movie posters we love we give you "Up in the Air". He looks out the window in search of his life's meaning while that very same life threatens to pass him by. ⠀

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#UpintheAir

#GeorgeClooney

#JasonReitman

#DanielDubiecki

#JeffreyClifford

#IvanReitman

#SheldonTurner

#WalterKim

#VeraFarmiga

#AnnaKendrick

#DannyMcBride

#DreamworksPictures

#TheMontecitoPictureCompany

#ColdSpringPictures

#RichshawProductions

#RightofWayfilms

#ParamountPictures

#AmyMorton

#JasonBateman

#MelanieLynskey

#ZachGalifianakis

#J.K.Simmons⠀

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In our continuing series of movie posters we love we give you "Up in the Air". He looks out the window in search of his life's meaning while that very same life threatens to pass him by. ⠀

#namedroppinggame

#UpintheAir

#GeorgeClooney

#JasonReitman

#DanielDubiecki

#JeffreyClifford

#IvanReitman

#SheldonTurner

#WalterKim

#VeraFarmiga

#AnnaKendrick

#DannyMcBride

#DreamworksPictures

#TheMontecitoPictureCompany

#ColdSpringPictures

#RichshawProductions

#RightofWayfilms

#ParamountPictures

#AmyMorton

#JasonBateman

#MelanieLynskey

#ZachGalifianakis

#J.K.Simmons⠀

#TamalaJones

#SamElliott

#AdhirKalyan

#KeriMaletto

Apparently there is a #Hulu series that is currently being filmed in nearby #lancasterma staring my #birthdaytwin #melanielynskey (we have the same exact birthday month, day and year) as well as my new #favorite #billskarsgard. Can this be confirmed that he has been around my neck of the woods? 😍🤡 #selfie #blonde #salonlife #actonma #massachusetts #huluoriginal #filming #follow

I guess I would call this a "dark comedy", it's good, it's funny, it's a trip! 😁
I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE ( 2017 )
#idontfeelathomeinthisworldanymore #forruththelaststrawwasaspoon #darkcomedy #crimedramacomedy #melanielynskey #elijahwood #derekmears #anetflixfilm #netflixandchill

Two and a half Men - Die komplette 4. Staffel

Details
FSK: 12
Seriengenre: Sitcom
Laufzeit: DvD= ca. 500 Minuten
Anzahl der Episoden: 24
Anzahl der Disks: 4
Produktionsjahr: 2006- 2007

Episoden 
Disk 1: 
Episode1 Ich arbeite für Caligula 
Episode2 Wer ist Wod Katitten? 
Episode3 Die See ist eine harte Mutter 
Episode4 Wo ist der blöde Hund? 
Episode5 Ein guter Schläfer 
Episode6 Ödipus 
Episode7 Wie Haare an feuchter Seife
Disk 2: 
Episode8 Lasst die Hunde los! 
Episode9 Der alte Alan 
Episode10 Leck nicht an deiner Haarbürste 
Episode11 Entweihnacht 
Episode12 Alan ist anders 
Episode13 Superman und Dornröschen 
Episode14 Man fängt nie mit Blähungen an
Disk 3: 
Episode15 Nadeln in den Ohren 
Episode16 Auch junge Menschen sind mal verschleimt 
Episode17 Tausche Rezept gegen Mutter 
Episode18 Die frenetische Detektivin 
Episode19 Judiths Haus der Verdammten 
Episode20 Ich mach bei Hochzeiten immer das gleiche 
Episode21 Schwul ist cool
Disk 4: 
Episode22 Schweinchen Glück 
Episode23 Vergiss Fernando 
Episode24 Teddy ist unser Daddy

#twoandahalfmen #sitcom #dvds #chucklorre #leearonsohn #kimtannenbaum #erictannenbaum #warnerbros #charlieharper #charliesheen #alanharper #joncryer #jakeharper #angustjones #evelynharper #hollandtaylor #berta #conchataferrell #judithmelnick #marinhinkle #drherbmelnick #ryanstiles #rose #melanielynskey #kandiharper #aprilbowlby #drlindafreeman #janelynch #mia #emmanuellevaugier

heavenly creatures (1994)

I’m not always the hugest fan of everything Elijah Wood is in, but he’s usually interesting. Melanie Lynskey, great as always. Enough fun characters and plot twists to keep me interested, but I doubt I’ll think on this movie much a year from now. “I Don’t Feel At Home in this World Anymore” ⭐️⭐️⭐️ (3/5 stars)

Movie Name: I Don’t Fell at Home in This World Anymore. “A short slow-burn comedy/thriller that goes from idiosyncratic to tense real fast. Its right amount of dark and funny blend in together. The eccentric but realistic moments and characters are smartly written, the performances of its two main leads are also one of the main highlights of the film.” SharpRatings: 8 - #Great

After getting burglarized, Ruth (#MelanieLynskey) a depressed and alone woman enlists the help of his strange neighbor Tony (#ElijahWood) to locate and regain the stolen items. However what follows is that this unlikely pair is driven down a deadly rabbit hole. You will find #IDontFellAtHomeInThisWorldAnymorein most of 2017 movies list simply because of its genuine take on absurd on vigilante. Its kind of film where the script is so well written that anyone could be paired together and make this movie, however, I simply can't see this movie without the two main lead. There is no substitute for the performance and strange chemistry. Elijah as a sidekick is perfect companion while Lynskey delivers one strong woman who goes empowered. I love that movie doesn’t only focuses on crime but also develops this relationship between the two which you will never notice happening until the end, that powerfully it is done. As a comedy, the film throws in moments where you will want it to be. Its incidental, so it really doesn't end up being forced in, and it's just bizarrely hilarious. I sometimes reminded some cool moments too because they were so well done, like when they first confront the house with a laptop. I love that scene where Tony barges in goes berserk in his own weird way. The writing is done in such a way where most of everything feels natural, yet still with a sense of both quirkiness and realism. This is a movie that I could honestly see being based off a true story, or happening to anyone. The movie progress from quirky and comedic to tense and dark real quick. Which makes me wonder that the director is a Coen Bros fan, it has touches of Fargo mundane reality mixed with comedic gore filled violence. -CONTINUED IN COMMENTS

🔊🎶Tap video for music.🎶📣🍿Total Movies Seen in 2017: 115🍿// i only count first-time viewings. This video shows the way i kept track of all the movies i saw last year here on my Instagram page. //✨ Creatively, I have noticed about myself that I go through alternating times filled with either wanting to constantly be writing/making new things - or constantly be taking in new inspirations from other artists in some form. i often get new ideas for songs while watching films that i feel moved by, and i find that movies are just a huge spark for me artistically. They always have been- since i was a little kid. No filmmaker’s work inspires me more in recent years than that of Xavier Dolan. His films, i watch over and over again. His stories and his characters are so filled with emotion- it’s just... everything to me, creatively. ✨//
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#MovieWatching #WatchingMovies #KeepingTrack #FilmFanatic #FilmFan #MovieFanatic #IndependentFilms #IndieFilms #ForeignFilms #InternationalFilms #movierecommendations #xavierdolan #jakubgierszał #jakubgierszal #jasonsudeikis #melanielynskey #markduplass #movieobsessed #movieobsession #moviecollection #movietitles #filmmakers #filmstudy #filmstudent #filmstudents #artisticinspiration #creativeinspiration #movieinspiration #videostory #videostorytelling

Movie binging while sick and injured. Another great dark comedy and is an excellent Netflix original with great performances by Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood. I highly recommend #idontfeelathomeinthisworldanymore #netflix #darkcomedy #comedy #moviegeek #movielover #elijahwood #melanielynskey #movienight #goodmovies

I dont feel at home in this world anymore. #elijahwood #melanielynskey #maconblair #sundance

#AZAChallenge entry: XX (2017) directed by Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, Annie Clark (St. Vincent) & Jovanka Vuckovic. XX is an anthology horror film divided in four segments directed by women and wrapped around with some disturbing stop motion animation by Sofia Carrillo which has nothing to do with the four stories. First up is The Box by Jovanka Vukovic, based off the short story by Jack Ketchum. Susan Jacobs (Natalie Brown) rides the train with her two kids. Her son Danny (Peter Dacunha) is sitting next to a man holding a box in red wrapping. His curiosity buzzing, he asks the man what's in the box. What ever is inside changes Danny as he loses his appetite to eat. This was my favourite segment of the film. There's an unseen dread which takes over the story and as it progresses we as the audience need to know as what was in the box as much as those living the story. Next up is The Birthday Party by Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent). Mary (Melanie Lynskey) discovers the body of her dead husband in his home office hours before their daughter's birthday party. The short follows Mary's attempts to hide the body for the sake of saving the party and not scaring her daughter. This was my least favourite of the four. It felt more slapstick than horrific. Mary makes a few bad decisions on how to handle the situation and I was cringing (not in a good way) on how the path she took would take her. She really does make bad decisions... This segment felt out of place when compared to the others and I was disappointed in it's tone. Would have worked better in a different anthology. Roxanne Benjamin directs Don't Fall. Group of campers trespass on some sort of sacred ground and awake a demonic spirit. Things don't end well. I really dug the monster in this short. We never get a real good look at the beast (I was watching it on an iPad) but having it imbue someone and transform their form for some physical carnage was really cool. There's this one shot from behind the first victim where the spirit takes over and rearranges the body which I really like.

#AZAChallenge entry: XX (2017) directed by Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, Annie Clark (St. Vincent) & Jovanka Vuckovic. XX is an anthology horror film divided in four segments directed by women and wrapped around with some disturbing stop motion animation by Sofia Carrillo which has nothing to do with the four stories. First up is The Box by Jovanka Vukovic, based off the short story by Jack Ketchum. Susan Jacobs (Natalie Brown) rides the train with her two kids. Her son Danny (Peter Dacunha) is sitting next to a man holding a box in red wrapping. His curiosity buzzing, he asks the man what's in the box. What ever is inside changes Danny as he loses his appetite to eat. This was my favourite segment of the film. There's an unseen dread which takes over the story and as it progresses we as the audience need to know as what was in the box as much as those living the story. Next up is The Birthday Party by Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent). Mary (Melanie Lynskey) discovers the body of her dead husband in his home office hours before their daughter's birthday party. The short follows Mary's attempts to hide the body for the sake of saving the party and not scaring her daughter. This was my least favourite of the four. It felt more slapstick than horrific. Mary makes a few bad decisions on how to handle the situation and I was cringing (not in a good way) on how the path she took would take her. She really does make bad decisions... This segment felt out of place when compared to the others and I was disappointed in it's tone. Would have worked better in a different anthology. Roxanne Benjamin directs Don't Fall. Group of campers trespass on some sort of sacred ground and awake a demonic spirit. Things don't end well. I really dug the monster in this short. We never get a real good look at the beast (I was watching it on an iPad) but having it imbue someone and transform their form for some physical carnage was really cool. There's this one shot from behind the first victim where the spirit takes over and rearranges the body which I really like.

💻📱 Another round of online store additions is ready to be revealed. They'll be available at https://4xblu.com/shop in the next hour. #animation #patrickmchale #elijahwood #christopherlloyd #melanielynskey #dickrichards #yasujiroozu

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