Never worry about what to bring on a business trip again. Just follow this packing list of clothes that can pull double duty — and be smarter about what you wear on the plane.
MY FRIEND DIANE MADE A ZIPLOC BAG JACKET
she is the future
Saul Bass: Film Title Sequences— It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Anatomy of a Murder, Something Wild, North by Northwest, Edge of the City, Psycho, The Man With the Golden Arm, Goodfellas, Cowboy, Spartacus, Bunny Lake Is Missing, Vertigo
my dad just yelled “IT SOUNDS LIKE YOURE MAKING OUT WITH SOMEONE YOU BETTER NOT HAVE A BOY IN THERE”
Rainy Day Reads.
not to brag but i feel like ive exponentially improved this movie
TRAILER: “FRANCES HA” (dir. Noah Baumbach)
“sometimes it’s good to do what you’re supposed to do when you’re supposed to do it.”
Just when we thought we had Noah Baumbach pegged, the “Greenberg” writer / director arrived at last year’s Telluride Film Festival with a little movie from left field that might just be the best thing he’s ever made. Shot digitally in luminous black-and-white, “Frances Ha” follows the adventures of a woman on the cusp of 30 (Baumbach’s muse Greta Gerwig naturally plays the titular lost soul), as she bounces around between friends, lovers and living situations, as the lines start to blur between all three. Low-key but brimming with an assured, lightning in a bottle energy — as if Baumbach and Gerwig shot the film on such short notice because they were afraid it might get away from them — “Frances Ha” is a winsome and winning delight, a coming-of-age story for those of us who seemed to skip over that part of our lives.
On the topic of films that make you happy, I saw Frances Ha last year at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and loved it to bits.