I relate to this so much it’s scary.
1. Your need to find meaning in everything usually culminates into crafting conspiracy theories about what the period placement in a text means.
2. You end up making every situation in your life about 100x more difficult than it has to be.
3. You cannot let anything go, because you’re convinced that if you just run over the details a few more times, you’ll finally uncover some new understanding of the situation or it will somehow change the outcome.
4. You’ve probably never been sure about a thing in your life. You’ve approached everything from choosing a school and a partner to your outfit in the morning and brand of bread at the grocery store with equal levels of angst.
5. You could get a Master’s degree in interpreting what the song lyrics people post really mean.
6. Though your critical thinking skills are pretty on point, the toughest reality you’ve had…
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I’m really liking the tone of these trailers. Hopefully, they can add a compelling human story along with it. I can’t wait!!
If you figure a way to live without serving a master, any master, then let the rest of us know, will you? For you’d be the first person in the history of the world.
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Lancaster Dodd in The Master
Philip Seymour Hoffman as an actor succeeded exponentially in never producing a bad, or even average performance, just as he exceeded in choosing exceptional films to appear, or on the rare occasion star in.
With such a film legacy it’s undoubtable that much could be said about the sad passing of an acting great in the form of Philip Seymour Hoffman but here at Jordan and Eddie we thought it apt that we take a personal approach to the work of Hoffman and pick 3 of our favourite turns that while perhaps not his “best” in the true…
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