Even though they didn’t keep it, this is my favorite scene in the movie.
First, it’s hilarious. There’s that little hint of humor in Eve’s expression as she tries to inject a little levity into their predicament, but it falls flat because Adam has NO CLUE what she’s talking about.
Eve is aghast that Adam has never seen or even heard of ‘Fargo’ (bc even if you haven’t seen the movie, you get that reference) or Steve Buscemi. (Which is just a crime against nature, Adam.)
Then Eve puts on that ‘what am I going to do with you omg’ face that married people/people in long-term committed relationships get (I give my husband this look all the time).
Finally Adam. OH ADAM. He’s actually worried that his wife thinks him ‘unhip’ and it’s one more example of how her opinion means so much to him.
And Eve is still in ‘I CANNOT BELIEVE’ mode.
|—||Pippi Longstocking. Dir. Clive A. Smith. (via wordsnquotes)|
We have a brain.
(will you pray for me unrepentant Geraldines?)
No, but Trouble will drive you there in her cab.
this isn’t even a question
Page from Abruption, forthcoming comic by Taylor Dow
Follow his work at taylormakescomics.tumblr.com
India ink on bristol, 9x12”
Tori Amos & Neil Gaiman. Spartanburg, SC 1998, October 14.
I took this at a meet & great right before a concert. This was my first time meeting Tori. I was overcome with emotion, even more so after I noticed Mr. Gaiman stepping off the bus behind her. It was a good day!
oh! Another photo. I was putting AMERICAN GODS together in my head at the time.