“There’s a crossroads in South America somewhere that when you go to the center it gets dark and you can see a figure that looks like a reaper.”
I was waiting for someone to tell me which of the other white women in my life I should reach out to discuss how to be (better) allies. Answer—all of them.
In 1999, when The Matrix first came out, those slick, rimless sunglasses evoked the same Y2K eeriness that permeated the entire movie.
All writers for Thought Catalog are liars.
Movies have the remarkable ability to stay with us–not only on our dusty DVD shelves, but in our hearts and minds. Here are a few that tend to stick around:
And so I often find myself in conversations — with co-workers, family, friends, students, lovers — in which I instinctively reach for the word that is true, not for the word that is right.
39. “Leaving Las Vegas”: When it came out in Japan, the movie was called “I’m Drunk and You’re a Prostitute.”
‘Manhattan’ may be just a romantic comedy. But it’s the smartest one ever made.
Sitting on floor struggling to get the energy to move across my room to get/ingest Adderall so that I’ll have thoughts during The Hobbit
In revenge kittens no longer exist. Deal with it.