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I just don’t know what I’m supposed to be”

Lost in Translation (2003)
Sofia Coppola

This randomly popped up as a YouTube suggestion after I watched a clip from Fargo.

The way Chevy Chase says “I’m not doing anything." And the fact that this clip just exists in the universe and only God knows why those three men were on Johnny Carson in December 1986.

Robin Williams on Letterman in 1989 promoting Dead Poets Society. Best part is toward the end: “Yes, Robin Williams is Hal Holbrook as Ethel Merman.” 

(Source: bricesander)

"Josh: Are his glands swollen?
CJ: Damn.
Josh: What.
CJ: You know what I forgot to do today?
Josh: What?
CJ: Feel the President’s glands.
Josh : Do you think the joke reflex you use as a defence mechanism is why you have so much trouble keeping a man?"

He Shall, from Time To Time…, The West Wing. (via jenjeahaly)

Thanks fallontonight for finding my old Bryan Cranston post, reblogging it, and making my little pop culture alter ego feel popular for a few hours.

xvelvetheartsx:

Mr. Keating on We Heart It.

Loved this quote. At the heart of teaching and how John Keating wanted his students to think.

xvelvetheartsx:

Mr. Keating on We Heart It.

Loved this quote. At the heart of teaching and how John Keating wanted his students to think.

"

Only in their dreams can men be truly free. ‘Twas always thus, and always thus will be.

Tennyson?

Keating. [wink]

"

Still mourning Robin Williams. Watched Dead Poets Society tonight and basically I’ll probably start bawling over Robin Williams within the next few minutes. John Keating really saw life as how it could be, how it really was when you got to the bottom of it, what mattered.

And I really just loved the whole movie. Had no idea that’s where Ethan Hawke and Josh Charles started. One of those movies that you wish would stretch out for a long time.  

Laughed and laughed at this movie. For awhile, it’s just cramming in cultural references. Best bits were him singing like Ethel Merman and talking about Lyndon Johnson’s daughter and the highway beautification bill. And there was great 60s music in it. 

On the Robin Williams Mourning Movie Tour, obviously.

"There’s only one place in the world that I call home, and it’s because you’re there."

Armand Goldman to Albert, in “The Birdcage”