There’s nobody up here that can hurt you. It’s safe. I mean, what’s the point of going on? What’s the point of living? Your kid died. Doesn’t get any rougher than that. But still, it’s a matter of what you do now. If you decide to go, then you gotta just get on with it. Sit back, enjoy the ride. You gotta plant both your feet on the ground and start livin’ life.
Well, you know nothing about symmetry. Watch “Skyfall” and learn!
“Skyfall” is built on the principles of symmetry. While watching you ask yourself: why Sam Mendes did this? What was the point?
The answer lies in the concept of The New Bond. The whole trilogy (“Casino Royale”, “Quantum of solace” and “Skyfall”) was made for one thing: to restyle such an old and well known thing as James Bond. As we know, there’re two more movies with Daniel Craig lies ahead, so we can suggest that “Skyfall” is a pinnacle of this renovation. The axis of symmetry shifts in the end of this movie, as seen in the lower image. They’ve turned the pattern upside down and put everything in the right place: Bond is a man of blood and flesh, M is clever and open-minded, and Moneypenny is in the office.
“Skyfall” is the turning point in the history of Bond, the point where he looks in the mirror and learns about himself.
I hope everyone understands how vital The Only Lovers Left Alive is to my ongoing existance as a human and a woman and a person.
TILDA SWINTON AND TOM HIDDLESTON STAR TOGETHER IN A VAMPIRE MOVIE. I’m in paroxysms of spiritual agony already because Tilda Swinton is a shining beacon of hope and starlight in this dim, grimy universe where I just got laid off from my day-job, and Tom Hiddleston is a hilarious elf-creature who will probably do 914 embarrassingly sincere promotional interviews about how he developed his character into an indie-rock vampire with 90s grunge hair.
This picture is ridiculous and sublime in equal measure. WHAT HIDEOUS PORTMANTEAU NAME SHALL WE KNOW THEM BY, NOW? Tildaston? Hiddleswinton??
Hiddlton has promise. Tildom also trips off the tongue, but I love putting tilda in front, so I’m grasping~ Hmm.. Swinston…?
SO STOKED FOR THIS. :D (or should I say, STOKER’D?!)