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GQ: How does it feel when you read something like that account of your wedding or you see a photo of you looking glum at a zipline go viral?

Kanye West: My feelings don’t matter anymore.

GQ: Of course they do.

Kanye West: No. One of the things that I said at the speech was, anyone that’s at this table has had to defend me or Kim or both of us at some point in their life. Ask a boxer: “In the third round, when he hit you from the side on your ear, how did that specifically feel?” You wouldn’t ask a boxer that. Because you know they’re there to fight. Meaning now you know I’m here to fight. I’m here to fight for the re-education of what celebrity is. To say, “Yes, we are celebrities, but yes, we’re also innovators, we’re also inventors, we’re also thoughtful.”

mubiblog:

Have you ever wondered what our online film journal Notebook might look like in print? Well Sung Mun, a talented design graduate from the Maryland Institute Collage of Art, decided to take a crack at it for one of his graduation projects. Check it out!

Horse Money (Pedro Costa, 2014)
One of 10000000 must-sees at Locarno this year. My head is spinning.

Horse Money (Pedro Costa, 2014)

One of 10000000 must-sees at Locarno this year. My head is spinning.

mubiblog:


"[The] shot/reverse-shot sequences between the CGI apes are unusually powerful and moving. Because the apes communicate mostly through gesture, the sequences play out like silent film scenes, and ironically, come off as beautifully human. Quiet moments between Caesar and his family are imbued with genuine feeling. While many might expect spectacle, Reeves is interested in simple, classical interactions, and seems most invested in sequences between the necessary fireworks”

Adam Cook continues his new column Long Voyage Home with a review of Matt Reeves Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Read it now on Notebook.

mubiblog:

"[The] shot/reverse-shot sequences between the CGI apes are unusually powerful and moving. Because the apes communicate mostly through gesture, the sequences play out like silent film scenes, and ironically, come off as beautifully human. Quiet moments between Caesar and his family are imbued with genuine feeling. While many might expect spectacle, Reeves is interested in simple, classical interactions, and seems most invested in sequences between the necessary fireworks”

Adam Cook continues his new column Long Voyage Home with a review of Matt Reeves Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Read it now on Notebook.

The San Antonio Spurs: The team that outlasted them all →

(Source: teamspurs)

The Letter (William Wyler, 1940)

mubiblog:

Michael Bay on the set of Transformers: Age of Extinction. Read Adam Cook and Daniel Kasman’s discussion of the movie on Notebook.

mubiblog:

Michael Bay on the set of Transformers: Age of Extinction. Read Adam Cook and Daniel Kasman’s discussion of the movie on Notebook.

htdw + bc <3

xbox420:

you have to be such a boring person to hate kanye west

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snowce:

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

(Source: likebookends, via handsomecj)