Harold Ramis, Chicago actor, writer and director, dead at 69
Best-known as an actor for ‘Ghostbusters’, ‘Stripes’, writer/director for ‘Caddyshack’, ‘Groundhog Day’
Harold Ramis was one of Hollywood’s most successful comedy filmmakers when he moved his family from Los Angeles back to the Chicago area in 1996. His career was still thriving, with “Groundhog Day” acquiring almost instant classic status upon its 1993 release and 1984’s “Ghostbusters” ranking among the highest-grossing comedies of all time, but the writer-director wanted to return to the city where he’d launched his career as a Second City performer.
"It’s not that simple…"
Notice how Sawyer is in the shadows the entire time in this scene. At the end of it, she desperately goes closer and closer into the light, but turns away. She wants to do the thing she loves but is afraid to because of disappointment. This movie was/is amazing, I still love it.
Don’t be afraid to do the things you love to do. There will be obstacles and limitations, but don’t let the thing you want to do be something you’re afraid to do.
good night twilight series
JESUS CHRIST MY HEART
IT HAS TURNED IN TO SYRUP
I AM THE DIE OF BEETS
Rest in peace, Philip Seymour Hoffman
As a kid, I remember Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Dusty in Twister. As my love for film grew over these years, I saw his acting grow more and more in each film since then. Bringing one interesting character after another; films such as Almost Famous, Magnolia, andCapote to name a few. Waking up to hear that he is no longer with us is news I didn’t like to wake up to.
Rest in Peace, Phillip Seymour Hoffman
July 23, 1967 - February 2, 2014