Chit Chat: That Thing You Do

Mungkin karena puasa. Mungkin karena gue ketemu bokap nyokap. Mungkin karena for the first time in my life, gue pikir gue bisa napas dengan lancar tapi ternyata nggak. Gue pikir walk away from that thing you do. Yah pada akhirnya gue nggak mau munafik juga sih.

Gue nggak pernah digituin. Menurut gue itu, tindakan cowardly stupid. Mungkin kalo ini bukan bulan puasa gue akan maki-maki tu orang di post ini. Gue nggak pernah direndahkan seperti itu. Gue udah bilang gue orang kontra, kalo gue pengen berarti ga pengen. And he doesn’t get that. Gue capek meminta. Kalo kata Remi di PK, cari orang yang nggak perlu kamu minta, tapi dia kasih semuanya. Lo nggak gitu. Gue harus ngomong. Satu hal yang paling gue benci, gue benci meminta.

Lo mungkin bertanya-tanya ada apa dengan gue dan mantan gue. Let me tell you one thing darling, karena yang ga ngapa2in itu lebih dapet kenangannya daripada yang pernah ngapa2in. Inilah gue. Lo masih mau mencintai gue yang cynical bitch ini? Kalo masih, gue akan respect sama lo sampe mampus. Kalo lo nggak tahan, I don’t know. Guess I couldn’t survive this.

You can’t fix me after all. Kalo lo masih punya harapan untuk memperkenalkan cinta sama gue, lo cuma buang-buang waktu. Gue pernah bilang di Tumblr ini, I need someone who can share the same passion, the same dream and I’m going to love that kind of person for the rest of my life. Karena gue udah capek being alone. Bersama lo, tetep bikin gue merasa sendiri. You don’t know what I’m talk about. You don’t know anything about my life. Prinsip kita aja beda. Kalo lo mau mempertahankan apapun ini, gue angkat jempol gue. Maybe kiss you for a thousand times.

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

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Film Noir (from the French meaning Black Film) is a genre of cinema that emerged during the early 1940s and continued until the late 1950s. It is characterised by it’s distintive stylisation of cinematography and it’s focus on crime, mystery and sex. Taking many cues from early German expressionism, Film Noir offered an immersive thematic experience that was very different to that of other contemporary melodramas. Several techniques and plot devices came to define the genre, including voiceovers, the inventive use of light and shadow, the protagonist’s need to seek out some truth, and the famed ‘femme fatale’ figure. 

Murderously FABULOUS!


Time: The 100 Most Influential People 
The passionate storyteller 
"From Hunger to Shame to 12 Years a Slave, Steve tackles tough subjects with passion and a very evident love. His storytelling is all about creating genuine emotional exchanges between the actors. He’s always in search of the truthful moment that will give the audience real human access to difficult issues. He’s a visionary in that way.
In 12 Years a Slave, he gave us a very clear and emotional representation of the time and institution of slavery. The complexity of characters lets you see how slavery was a burden not just to the enslaved but to the slavers as well. The emotional toil affected everyone.
I think Steve is a genius at what he does, but he doesn’t impose his genius on you. It really feels collaborative and exploratory to work with him. What he managed to create was a sacred space where everyone respected the story we were telling. He gave us reassurance that this was for something bigger than all of us.” - Lupita Nyong’o

Time: The 100 Most Influential People 

The passionate storyteller 

"From Hunger to Shame to 12 Years a Slave, Steve tackles tough subjects with passion and a very evident love. His storytelling is all about creating genuine emotional exchanges between the actors. He’s always in search of the truthful moment that will give the audience real human access to difficult issues. He’s a visionary in that way.

In 12 Years a Slave, he gave us a very clear and emotional representation of the time and institution of slavery. The complexity of characters lets you see how slavery was a burden not just to the enslaved but to the slavers as well. The emotional toil affected everyone.

I think Steve is a genius at what he does, but he doesn’t impose his genius on you. It really feels collaborative and exploratory to work with him. What he managed to create was a sacred space where everyone respected the story we were telling. He gave us reassurance that this was for something bigger than all of us.” - Lupita Nyong’o

Movie Review: Godzilla

First of all, just let me say, teman nonton terbaik yang pernah ada itu adalah adik gue. Karena adik gue bisa gue doktrin sesuka hati gue. By the way, she’s a Trekkie now.

Gue kasih tau ya, you should watch this even you don’t enough money. Godzilla akhirnya mengeluarkan his famous atomic breathe. Bagi yang nggak tau, monggo ngedownoad Gojira (1954). Suprisingly awesome. And Mr. Heisenberg did a really good job. I can wait to see him in another picture. Gue nggak peduli ya meskipun porsinya Godzilla nggak banyak-banyak amat. But, kemunculannya dia itu selalu creepy and I love it. Gue akan menunggu sekuel-sekuel selanjutnya. And of course, gue mau request more atomic breathe ya….

Totally recommended, for you, para jones hahahahahaha….. pokoknya nonton aja. Gue meng-quote salah satu omongan temen gue.

MUTO aja bisa ciuman, masak lo nggak?


"Nature had billions of years to design Godzilla; we had one year." 
- Gareth Edwards, Godzilla: The Art of Destruction (x)

"Nature had billions of years to design Godzilla; we had one year."

- Gareth Edwards, Godzilla: The Art of Destruction (x)