REBELROUSER

i am a cinephile and a bibliophile. i am also a dork. i am sarcastic; i am addicted to chocolate and coffee. i'm a fairly un-complicated person. i love driving aimlessly...just me, an open road and some awesome music. i'm somewhat of a clumsy individual, to the point where i trip on air. i make weird faces when i am bored and...well, that's about it.
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”Ok, quick thought. You’re kinda sarcastic, women hate that.”

”They do?”

”Also I noticed you never smile. Try to.. work one in.”

Is Chris Lowell getting better looking with age? I’m glad he lost the shaggy hair. And is it too late to tell FOX they should give Enlisted a chance? Oh, Hill brothers, we hardly got to know you.

Well, hello there Mister. There’s a dirty sex joke regarding a hammer somewhere in my head, but all I can think of is, “he’s so pretty”.

Well, hello there Mister. There’s a dirty sex joke regarding a hammer somewhere in my head, but all I can think of is, “he’s so pretty”.

(via -serendipity-06)

borntoberated:

Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014).

There wasn’t a movie of his I wouldn’t have seen. I recently saw The Talented Mr. Ripley again and I remembered thinking how deliciously haughty his character was. To reiterate everyone’s sentiments, he was one of the greatest actors of his generation who has left this earth too soon.

borntoberated:

Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014).

There wasn’t a movie of his I wouldn’t have seen. I recently saw The Talented Mr. Ripley again and I remembered thinking how deliciously haughty his character was. To reiterate everyone’s sentiments, he was one of the greatest actors of his generation who has left this earth too soon.

i haven’t posted anything in a while…i honestly don’t know what i was doing. i still don’t know what i’m doing. i also feel so unlike myself…so unsure. i feel scattered most of the time, as if i’m not giving or doing my best. i see people who have an endgame in mind and i’m thinking, “how do i get there?” but this whole thing is on me and the only thing i can be certain of is that this whole thing will pass…hopefully.

29 plays
honeyhoney,
Billy Jack

My sister, my friend and I went to go see Jake Bugg yesterday and honeyhoney was his opening band. This lovely duo was rocking the venue. I bow down to them, they were so good. I ended buying their vinyl and meeting Ben Jaffe, who was a sweetheart. I can’t wait for them to do their own solo tour and come back around these parts.

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Bear's Den,
Bear's Den EP

thequotidianindie:

Pompeii - Bear’s Den

"And just don’t cry / Hold your head up high…"

I’ve been listening to Bear’s Den repeatedly this past week. This and “A Year Ago Today” are among the ones that I keep on playing incessantly.

Is it just me or does Grey Damon look like a long-lost Hemsworth brother? This is what happens when I can’t sleep and I get bored in the middle of the night. I decide to look up the cast of Friday Night Lights.

Last week was an adventurous one for my sister, my friend and I. We went to another one of Mumford & Sons Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers. This time it was located in Simcoe, Canada. AND IT WAS AWESOME! We kicked it off on Tuesday by going to our third Passenger concert in Boston. We then left to Niagara Falls, which was as beautiful as I thought it would be. We also went to Toronto and then the BIG event, the two day stopover. The first day we were far from the stage, so I don’t have much in pictures but nonetheless I still enjoyed all of the acts. I ended up really loving the second day, not only because Mumford & Sons played, but also because eight bands played that day and I reveled in them more than I did the first. I particularly enjoyed Bear’s Den, The Vaccines, Old Crow Medicine Show and Yacht Club DJs. I also loved that we were so close to the stage, we were right in front of the security gate, which has never happened before. Also there was a Carrie Mulligan sighting, my sister insisted that I keep taking more pictures of her, but I couldn’t. It made me feel like i was violating her in a way. I was slightly disappointed that Winston didn’t do the banjo roll as much as last time, he seems to be toning it down, but alas I can’t have everything. But I had so much fun, it was definitely worth the money, the car drive and the cold I ended up getting.

This! I believe my day has been made. Veronica Mars first sneak peak. I think it’s time for me to do a re-watch. I’m so excited, even my sentences are fragmented.

First Look: The Official Veronica Mars SDCC Sneak Peek (by veronicamarsmovie)

hollyreads:

16 : Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

“Damn, damn, damn,” she said.  “I never said why I like you, and now I have to go.”
“That’s okay,” he said.
“It’s because you’re kind,” she said.  “And because you get all my jokes…”
“Okay.” He laughed.
“And you’re smarter than I am.”
“I am not.”
“And you look like a protagonist.”  She was talking as fast as she could think.  “You look like the person who wins in the end.  You’re so pretty, and so good.  You have magic eyes,” she whispered.  “And you make me feel like a cannibal.”

I loved this book.  Like, read-in-one-day-ignore-everything-else loved.  Thanks for the recommendation, John Green.

I am almost done reading this book. I only have about 30 pages left and I can’t bring myself to finish it because once I do, I’m going to be sad that it’s over. I wonder if ten years from now Rainbow Rowell will write a sequel to Eleanor & Park. Sort of like a more depressing literary version of Jesse and Celine (from the Richard Linklater films), because these are characters that I wouldn’t mind reconnecting with time and time again.