Deep breath. I know this is radical but think about it. The true craziness is how accepted binge watching has become.
Be consistent in the delivery of your characters. Your characters are the sole essence of your film and it’s important to maintain their defining characteristics uniformly throughout the movie.
We can love someone, and love the feeling of being with someone, and they can still be the wrong person.
Most people think multitasking is doing two or more things at the same time, but research has proven that our brain can’t actually handle multiple tasks at once. What we are actually doing is simply switching from task to task — back and forth.
If you’re going to do spend your time doing something, do it well and do it right.
I mean, T. Swift has a point. Bandaids don’t fix bullet holes. And time, as forgiving as it can be, does not swoop in like a magical antidote and permanently smooth out the left over scab. If the mark was deep enough, the scab will scar. And the scar will stay.
I cry over stupid shit.
The hurt we experience with rejection often comes because we have an expectation of how things are going to turn out and we are left disappointed. This reaction is all very natural.
Not having your entire life planned at 22 is not a bad thing — it’s an open door.
Because yeah, they probably ARE watching, but who cares? Someone is playing Beyoncé over loudspeakers in the grocery store and you’re expected NOT to break it down in the frozen food aisle? Mmmm, I don’t think so.