hi everyone, i just posted 2 new reviews:
* Doctor Sleep
* Honey Boy
go to the link in my bio to check em out!
A review of #HoneyBoy called the work a "cinematic act of courage" and I couldn't agree more. #shialabeouf plays a rendering of his father with actors playing Otis, a version of Shia himself.
Groundbreaking in the biopic world, this debut from director Alma Har'el brings Labeouf's screenplay to the screen in powerful ways. This is a cathartic piece that so many people would find truth in. How can you tell someone has grown and changed in Hollywood? A powerful statement like Honeyboy gives us this answer for Shia Labeouf. He does incredible work here among a top notch cast.
Seberg: Kristen & Shia LaBeouf in a cross interview for 'Variety Studio: Actors on Actors'
To ensure the promotion of Seberg directed by Benedict Andrews, Kristen participates in the event 'Variety Studio: Actors on Actors' with the actor Shia LaBeouf for his film Honey Boy. This is a cross-interview about their respective films, their career, their profession and the film industry.
Stewart: No. I had seen A bout de Souffle. In no way are my cinematographic knowledge anchored in New Wave cinema.
Stewart: I was watching her movies and I did not understand how we could not know more about her. I felt really protective of this girl that nobody knew, that everyone thought to know. There were so many things about her that were described in dishonest titles. I wanted to help him a little.
Stewart: When I was a child, I was extremely shy and I was not someone who thought I wanted to become an actress. I do not know how you were when you were little, because we did both of them, and it's a strange thing to have in common. I had to dig. I was a masochist. I think I'm really talkative now. I'm fucking talking to everyone now.
Stewart: No. I am enormously relieved every time something is done and I just run away from the set. Time management is a huge thing with work. The mere fact of not controlling time really annoys me. I can not stand things, because I'm wasting them. If I spend something, if something goes at the wrong time, I'm desperately unhappy because I say, 'Well, all for nothing'.
Stewart: It's really my initial impulse to want to be close to storytelling and circus. Even when I read a book, I read aloud. I want to do as much as I can because there is something in there that I need. The coolest thing to do on the set is that you have to do it in the most harmonious way I have ever felt. My family is great, but I have never felt closer to others, filling these gaps, than through filmmaking. And you ?
#AgainstAllEnemies #BenedictAndrews #Interview #kristenstewart #photo #portrait #promotion #Seberg #ShiaLaBeouf #Variety #VarietyStudio #ActorsonActors #video
I want to be a famous actress so I can make this man fall in love with me. Just saying. #shialabeouf
My transition from a church choir director to a professional photographer was very sudden and almost unbelievable...
In October 2014 i received a call from my friend: “Tomorrow you are photographing Brad Pitt”. Really? At that time I even didn’t have a professional camera, i was using an entry level DSLR...
Five minutes before the event i was given a professional camera and was cold sweating learning how to use it 🙄... One minute before the group coming a representative of Sony Pictures Studios came to me and asked what organisation hired me... it was a disaster: i was hired by PGA (@producersguild of America), but I was such agitated that i completely forgot the abbreviation and nothing except of PBS, PPA, PHD, PDF, PSE&G... wasn’t coming to my mind...
Finally, when (thanks God) I recall PGA, he said: “Great! You have 3 minutes.” 3 minutes! I was thinking with a thousand thoughts per second speed! My martial art background helped me to develop a tactic: I decided to move along the stage... crawl... roll... do anything that will help me to do my best!
Can you imagine my “chronic introvert’s” feelings?
It was a great experience and the beginning of meeting a lot of celebrities including Brad Pitt, Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, Angelina Jolie and Quentin Tarantino, Alejandro G. Iñarritu, Spike Lee and Will Smith, Natalie Portman and Amy Adams, Denzel Washington, Christian Bale, Adam Sandler and Dustin Hoffman, Carr Blanchett and Rooney Mara, Kenneth Branagh, Bradley Cooper, and many more! #celebrities_who_I_happened_to_photograph
President of the Shia LeBeouf fan club 💕🤷🏼♀️
I really liked this interview. I especially liked this part, where Kristen Stewart asked the same question back to Shia Laboeuf, “what does acting give you that the rest of life doesnt?”
And he expresses a struggle he has in life to explain how meaningful acting is for him.
A struggle i have and im certain many many many people have or have had... but im not trying to talk about ideologies, swooping generalizations, philosophies or debates...
Just trying to talk about me and my feelings... my personal reception of it all. My experience with this video...
It occurred to me while writing this... and thinking about my acct in general that i’ve been basically unfolding my daily feelings and a good chunk of my daily life like an open book...
I used to hate talking about me... because I would always be accused of being selfish or a brat as a kid when i was being beaten, even when i wasn’t misbehaving... I was just a child seeking for attention and love... guidance... understanding.
I also hated talking about myself cus that was all my abusers did when they told me i was wrong, my brother was wrong, someone was wrong, or life was wrong.
“Me...” was the only victim they screamed for while they broke plates, threw things, and made others cry in pain and fear....
i hated the thought of being like them... being like my family...
So somewhere down the line, i silenced myself about talking about... me... and in that silence i created personas, like the class clown... the goofy voiced coworker... the smart student... the person to love and be loved by someone special... to fill that void...
And somewhere further down that line, it spiraled and i lost a grip of what i really like about me... what’s of worth... what is worthy... what’s me and is it okay or does it need changing? What is it that i want to live, love and be loved by?
And here i am...
I used to hate talking about me. But now i can... and am... a llooottt on this acct. To be okay with uncertainty... to heal from depression and painful grief... To learn more about me...
still dont like to talk about myself in public and stuff... but small victories are still victories.
"Арахисового Сокола" я ждала с того момента, как увидела трейлер. Ждала долго, упорно, хотела даже идти на предпремьерный показ в пафосном кинотеатре, но как-то не срослось. Это и повлияло на итоговое впечатление. Сколько раз замечала - широкий экран определённо имеет на меня магическое влияние. И, пойди я в кино, возможно, катарсиснула бы на славу, поплакала... Увы. Пока я просто посмотрела ещё одно роуд-муви - лирическую историю с элементами комедии и драмы. В общем хорошо известный всем жанр, который не поддаётся описанию, но легко узнаваем практически с первых кадров. Только здесь вместо дороги была водная гладь, вместо возвращения домой - поездка к почившему в пыли былой славы рестлеру, а попутчиками героя стали его сиделка из дома престарелых и опустившийся рыбак с флешбэками о погибшем брате. Но, и сам герой - надо сказать - нестандартный по канонам, но вполне в духе времени - добродушный парень Зак, который всем и сразу озвучивает свой синдром и свято верит в желания, загаданные на день рождения, в семью и путешествие к мечте. И в целом-то вышло неплохо - да, предсказуемо, да априори трогательно и сентиментально. Все были на своём месте - даже Дакота Джонсон не бесила. Второстепенные герои тоже старались, как могли. Но чего-то моей чёрной душе не хватило... Как-то уж всё больно приглажено, зализано - как по шаблону. Ну, вот ни одного спорного момента, провокации, за которую можно было бы зацепиться, и которая бы сама цепляла крепче этой гармонично "хэппиэндной стори". Потому что оно, конечно, клёво, что случайно встреченный чувак становится тебе папой и мамой в одном флаконе, но реальные люди куда как богаче на эмоции, могут психануть, бывают слабы характером в иные моменты, но находят в себе силы идти сквозь и напролом. А тут - ну, пожалуй, "атомный бросок" был крут и переплывание реки под носом у корабля... #арахисовыйсокол #кино #фильм #шайалабаф #дакотаджонсон #ThePeanutButterFalcon #film #movie #actors #cinemaholic #ShiaLaBeouf #DakotaJohnson #ZackGottsagen #ThomasHadenChurch
#ThePeanutButterFalcon (12A) Is the feel good film of the year! *RELAXED* matinee screening Saturday 23 November at 3pm with reduced sound levels and low level house lighting. Unassigned seating. No trailers or adverts. STANDARD screenings Tuesday 26 and Thursday 28 November, 7.45pm
#ShiaLaBeouf and newcomer #ZackGottsagen #ThePeanutButterFalcon. A modern Mark Twain-esque adventure about Zak, a young man with Down syndrome who who runs away from a residential nursing home to follow his dream of attending the professional wrestling school of his idol, The Salt Water Redneck
#Repost @peanutbutterfalcon (@get_repost)
Both of these 2000’s Charlie’s angels movies are both guilty pleasures of mine and I remember watching them when I was young enjoying the hell out of them. After 5 years or so since I last watched them they still hold up, I love hearing the classic songs because it takes me back it Time and puts I smile on my face. I wanted to revisit them before I watched the new one and I do hope it does some callbacks and just have fun like these 2. The first one is my favourite out of the 2 but I still quite enjoy the 2nd, The 2nd one has a awesome action sequence at the harbour which I love. I will always have fun with these 2 in the future and I’ll never stop listening to the songs. Which one is your favourite? 🎬 - check out my reviews: @mitch_movies.17 #charliesangels #charliesangelsfullthrottle #camerondiaz #drewbarrymore #lucyliu #demimoore #billmurray #timcurry #crispinglover #justintheroux #shialabeouf #berniemac #movie
My daily schedule has an asterisk by every meeting that says —— “while there is tea, there is hope” #whiteteeonly