My list is coming to the end so enjoy…
71. Your time in college is never has good as you remember it [Liberal Arts]
72. Bathrooms are the best place to have pseudo-intellectual conversations about religion and sex with a badass B+ action star who looks strange with hair while doing blow off of an expensive and rare painting. Oh, and the word ‘fuck’ can be used in so many colorful ways in a sentence [London]
73. The ties that bind a family may have to be broken to do what is right [Legacy]
74. As a teenager, we would never survive the horrors of life without that best friend by our side and in our corner [Little Birds]
75. There are many destructive passions under the surface of suburban life. Plus, covering your body with red roses is a sexy look [American Beauty]
76. Life can not be controlled, whims should not be stifled, and chances should be taken [Chaos Theory]
77. We lose time obsessing about time passing by [Elegy]
78. For ever little life, there is an interesting beginning [Conception]
79. A love affair with drugs can begin in beautifully euphoria but can only end with selling your soul [Candy]
80. Sometimes it only takes one transformative journey to cement your place in histrory [The Motorcycle Diaries]
Liberal Arts // The trailer has finally been released for Josh Radnor’s 2nd Sundance feature film about a guy in his mid-30s who goes back to his alma mater and tries to make a relationship work with a college girl (Elizabeth Olsen) he meets with similar interests. It’s looks really cute and a promising follow-up to his movie Happythankyoumoreplease, one of the movies I have on constant repeat.
Find out what Sundance 2012 films have been picked up for distribution so far to get an idea of what to expect in the theaters near you this year. The list includes films like the drama The Words (starring Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana), the film Liberal Arts (directed by/starring Josh Radnor and Elizabeth Olsen), and the comedy Celeste and Jesse Forever (starring Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg)
Liberal Arts/ New photo released from Josh Radnor’s new film premiering this weekend at Sundance. I’m currently at the festival with the hopes of getting into a screening.
2011: Sarah Paulson, Elizabeth Olsen, and (director) Sean Durkin for Martha Marcy May Marlene
Liberal Arts/ First look photo from Josh Radnor’s second Sundance feature about a guy in his mid-30s who goes back to his alma mater and tries to make a relationship work with a college girl (Elizabeth Olsen) he meets with similar interests.