> As an actor you play characters, and if you go deep enough into those characters, you realize your own character is pretty thin to begin with
>“You suddenly have this separation and go, ‘Who’s Jim Carrey? Oh, he doesn’t exist actually.’ There’s just a relative manifestation of consciousness appearing, and someone gave him a name, a religion, a nationality, and he clustered those together into something that’s supposed to be a personality, and it doesn’t actually exist. None of that stuff, if you drill down, is real.”
In all seriousness I wonder if playing so many maniacally weird characters messed with his head irl. The best actors seem to keep their private and acting lives separate (for example Tom Cruise's real name isn't actually Tom Cruise), when you pretend to be other people for a living, day after day, that's got to fuck with you eventually.
He's just trying to get a philosophical grip on his existence, most people don't even reach such a stage and just fall through life as it happens to them. I respect him for trying to organize his phenomenological experience, though it's sad that he doesn't know how to do so privately.
Someday they'll teach ontology, epistemology, and logic in schools but for now we just have to figure it out ourselves if we even hit a trigger to do so, which 99% of people don't. Don't bully him.
So...after a six year gap between sequels, was it worth a wait?
One year ago, I woke up to missed calls, and text-messages ranging anywhere from "Call me now" to "I'm sorry about Clay." (BY THE WAY. NEVER TEXT ANYBODY THAT!!! Never text condolences. EVER. I deduced he was gone by texts from THOTS. Never do that.)
Clay died one year ago today. Please, press F or share funny memes. Or just whatever. Make it a party up in here if you want. He was a good guy with a deranged sense of humor.
Without that lovable slacker Clay, there would have never been the Space Ghost Coast to Coast we all love. The influence of that show on early Adult Swim programming is undeniable.
His wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._Martin_Croker
You peobably know Zoeak. He was rhe animator and the voice.
was he autistic?
faggot tattoos everywhere
frosted tips in hair that looks pulled from sink drain
trendy indie hipster facial hair
come the fuck on OP, this faggot is absolute nu.
Overall, I thought this movie was disappointing. The story was an allegory of the bible that had no original ideas and not a single ounce of subtlety. The cinematography was painfully straightforward. Entire characters and scenes could have (and should have) been removed. So many set up scenes that had no payoff. So many other films have touched on the same themes and had much greater impact. This felt like a directorial debut, which is funny because I also watched Pi today and found it vastly superior. Mother! isnt even shocking. Just shockingly bland and void of creativity.
The Lovecraft posts are statements about how these threads don't matter in the cosmic sense. It's not trolling, and it's NOT meant to be funny. We are small, tiny nothings when compared to the Eldrich totality all around us. Lovecraft posting has always been and will never die; rather, it was been sleeping, like the dreaming Cthulhu, in the deep sea. And now it's BACK...
How did he survive for so long?
Thoughts on Prometheus? I liked it.
Why is every other post "Lovecraftian" or "Kafkaesque" when neither of those things really apply to the thread at hand?
Why aren't the mods doing anything? They really do hate /tv/ don't they?
>horror or scifi is vaguely sexually evocative
>DUDE TOTALLY GIGERESQUE LMAO
what about all the other kids on the train
now you know the real reason draco hates potter.
>first year at hogwarts
>waiting for the candy trolley, want to buy your mates some chocolate frogs
>find out some potter kid bought out the whole thing
>the WHOLE trolley.
It's enough to make you want to become a death eater, to be honest.
What horror films have the absolute best effects?
was this really necessary?