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nprfreshair:

David Edelstein reviews A Most Wanted Man, starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman: 


Part of me wishes that Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final lead performance, in A Most Wanted Man, wasn’t very good. I know that sounds perverse. But if he’d been flailing as an actor at the end, it would make his loss easier to bear from an artistic—if not a human—perspective. The thing is, though, the actor we see in this movie is at his absolute peak. This might even be my favorite Hoffman performance of all, damn it. 


 

Seven Word Film Review: A Most Wanted Man

delgrosso:

You will come out reeking of cigarettes.

Im just stuck for now.

Its easy to say fuck everything.

friend zone basically what I call home

This past month I’ve been drinking at home. Its not bad at all.

Pup needs some dental work.

Broken Bells killing it! Such a great set at the fonda last week. James Mercer is a groove genius. Someone even screamed “play some shins” (followed by plenty of eye rolls).

Living at home blows. I don’t mind my folks or my brother. It’s just not enough space. I’m a giant and so is my brother.

Really enjoying this hike.  (at Inspiration Point)