We hate when this happens.
Click here to watch highlights from last night’s Broad City.
Joshua Rothman on watching “Gravity” while listening to “The Dark Side of the Moon”: http://nyr.kr/1lpmMO2
12:35: Now everything’s being destroyed by rogue space debris. As Stone whirls around and around, attached to a giant space boom, Gilmour sings about the sun (it’s “racing around to come up behind you again!”) and points out that, with every minute, she is “shorter of breath, and … closer to death!”
13:15: As Stone tumbles off into empty space, Gilmour sings, “Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way.” To calm herself, Stone recalls her routines on Earth: when she comes home, cold and tired, she likes to warm her bones beside the fire.
Image: Warnes Bros. Pictures.
Lip Sync Battle with Paul Rudd: Don’t Stop Me Now - Queen
Click here to watch Jon Stewart discuss the reactions to Michael Sam’s revelation that the NFL prospect is gay.
whenever I feel sad, I remember that this video of Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Merchant and Joseph Gordon Levitt having a lip sync battle exists
Excellent holidays from me and my girls.
"There is nothing to forgive."
After viewing the phenomenal 12 Years a Slave, the final words of the film echo in your mind for months afterward.
Read an article here about what those words mean for this film, compared to recent films about slavery and civil rights, Django Unchained and The Help.
Browse the Final Image’s collection of articles about the final moments of films right here.