Idk what to say, but i really everyone is fine and okay now, they bombed ariana grande concert in Manchester at the end, many people injured and there a people dead, i wish everyone is fine, i hope the losts won't be many, I'm so worried abd scared about the people there more then about ariana and her crew, it's so horrible, i can't believe that there people dead!! i just don't know what they'll get when they kill and do this shit, the world isn't safe, nothing is safe.. im praying for everyone, wish everyone gonna be alright really. 🖐
#zacefron#bradpitt o #leonardodicaprio 💛
@julianserrano01 @florivigna @malena.narvay los amamosss❤️ jaj son lo más male y flor😂 y juli obvio💋
( Para nosotras son incomparables (que no se comparan) )
@albahaaa tagged me in #3whatmakesme because she knows how impeccable my taste is and wants to learn from the best, so here we go...
Pokémon Blue - The first game to take over my life.
Uncharted - The whole damn series.
The Last of Us - Naughty Dog have had me in their grasps since Crash Bandicoot tbh.
The Marshall Mathers LP - It just reminds me of being a kid with my big brother.
Reinventing Axl Rose - Always have been an Against Me fan, always will.
Antichrist Superstar - Ditto for Mr Manson.
The Matrix - The Wachowskis are my all time favourite directors.
Fight Club - Edward Norton is my all time favourite actor.
Lion King - Fuck you I love Disney movies ✌️
@junhobenicio @raccoon_vision @flumpyflump @vegan_sian you guys are up next, go go go!
I was much more into the smart satire of the Netflix/Brad Pitt project War Machine. Based loosely on the true historical episode of the failed episode behind the Afghan War "surge" at the beginning of the Obama administration, the film smartly skewers everything that's wrong with our current culture of death and it's surrounding incompetences.
True, at times it tries to bite off more than it can chew and it's open hostility to Barack Obama will not endear it to Netflix's core audience. But the movie is a tragic analysis of how greatness can be undone by our lesser instincts, even if the obviously contrived character at the center of the film is not hyper sympathetic.
SNATCH (2000) proved Guy Ritchie really had a knack for snippy, quick-witted, and high octane action. His big debut, "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels", proved to be a massive hit among fans of British gangster films, but he needed something a little more for his masterpiece. That something happened to be Brad Pitt. His portrayal of Mickey O'Neil, the strange Irish Traveller with an accent for the ages, really set SNATCH apart from it's counterparts. Brilliant mayhem, madcap situations, and wild dialogue make this a must-see action flick, and a British gangster film for the ages. I just have one question for you, if you're going to watch SNATCH. "Do ya like DAGS?". - JM