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Posted at 1:04 PM 19 April 2014

Oh Heck.

I don’t know where this show can go from here since the first episode was packed with so much goodness…but I’m all in. These two are great.

(Source: tornadoallie)

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Posted at 8:48 PM 18 April 2014

Universal Studios Mardi Gras

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Posted at 8:07 PM 18 April 2014

This is why I do my job.

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Posted at 8:05 PM 18 April 2014
Long live the king.

Long live the king.

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Posted at 8:10 AM 18 April 2014
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Posted at 10:47 PM 14 April 2014

This alternate opening scene would have made for a much shorter movie.

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Posted at 10:39 PM 14 April 2014
"You’re welcome."

"You’re welcome."

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Posted at 10:21 PM 13 April 2014
FLORIDA FILM FESTIVAL
Before I Disappear: Grade A
Having been to film festivals for the past 6-7 years or so, I think Curfew still goes down as the best short films I’ve seen. It’s just one of those that hits all of the right notes…the story, the acting, the visuals were all brilliant. Shawn went on to win an Oscar for his film and he could not have been more deserving. So when I found out they were turning Curfew into a full-length feature and it would be apart of this year’s festival, I couldn’t be more excited to watch Richie and Sophia on screen again.
Before I Disappear does not disappoint. The backstories that are hinted at in Curfew are expanded upon. The night these two spend together is turned into a day with a few more stops along the way. It was a little tough for me to watch at times just because it doesn’t quite have the charm that Curfew had, the simple story it told. Sophia is a bit older so some of the innocence is lost, but the quick wit remains. There is still a lot of laughter, a lot of despair, and most importantly…a choreographed dance number in a bowling alley. 
I perfect way to wrap up my FFF 2014 experience. Till next year.

FLORIDA FILM FESTIVAL

Before I Disappear: Grade A

Having been to film festivals for the past 6-7 years or so, I think Curfew still goes down as the best short films I’ve seen. It’s just one of those that hits all of the right notes…the story, the acting, the visuals were all brilliant. Shawn went on to win an Oscar for his film and he could not have been more deserving. So when I found out they were turning Curfew into a full-length feature and it would be apart of this year’s festival, I couldn’t be more excited to watch Richie and Sophia on screen again.

Before I Disappear does not disappoint. The backstories that are hinted at in Curfew are expanded upon. The night these two spend together is turned into a day with a few more stops along the way. It was a little tough for me to watch at times just because it doesn’t quite have the charm that Curfew had, the simple story it told. Sophia is a bit older so some of the innocence is lost, but the quick wit remains. There is still a lot of laughter, a lot of despair, and most importantly…a choreographed dance number in a bowling alley. 

I perfect way to wrap up my FFF 2014 experience. Till next year.

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Posted at 12:58 PM 12 April 2014

SNL IN TWO MINUTES

This is an awesome behind the scenes look at a typical night filming SNL. I guess I’ve never thought about it before, but it’s damn impressive how quickly they can dress a set for each skit. Cool stuff!

(Source: popculturebrain, via stuffbyberry)

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Posted at 10:09 PM 10 April 2014