- INTERVIEWER 1: Did it [working on Now You See Me] end up spoiling some of the child innocence about magic for you, though?
- JESSE EISENBERG: Yeah, yeah, absolutely. I became pretty jaded during this movie. I also thought that all movies were real and I found out that they're actually filmed by actors.
- INTERVIEWER 2: [laughing] Okay, Jesse, there's no reason to be a jackass, please.
- JESSE EISENBERG: Sorry!
When asked why he has such a strong interest in learning everything there is to know about the technical abilities of a Starship, Kirk said he was facing one of his own fears. As a ship captain, he realizes he is not just responsible for an incredibly complex machine, but also a crew. In space, getting something just a little bit wrong is not an option. Believing that his high confidence in himself, and his crew, is his greatest tool in completing any mission, Kirk always wants to be sure that he never puts himself, or his crew, in a situation where his lack of technical knowledge increases the jeopardy of the situation. [x]
hyperbole is my favorite literary device i use it like 600 times a day
Kristen Stewart with friend out in LA (x)
god is real
money can’t buy happiness but it can buy a false sense of security and fruity alcoholic beverages to numb the pain and honestly what’s the difference
In a note to Fitzgerald, Hemingway shows he was better at being aggressive than passive-aggressive.
“Hemingway once sent F. Scott Fitzgerald a typescript of A Farewell to Arms. Fitzgerald sent back ten pages of edits and comments, signing off with “A beautiful book it is!” You can see Hemingway’s first reaction above (signed EH). In later drafts, it seems, he took some of Fitzgerald’s advice to heart.”
I’m a damsel, I’m in distress, I can handle this.
you’d think the fact that this is my last final ever would make me more motivated to study for it.