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So, thomas25muller wants a masterpost, and I make a masterpost haha
I’ll put all my neuller photos, so, If anyone has more, just reblog and add it :)









Awwww Thomas <3 You love Manu on the midfield!

He is protecting his boy!

Aww Thomas! 

Kiss behind the flag <3

#i’llneverletyougo #minebitch

Cheers! For the love!

Look! He is my BF!

And this is all^^

Photos and gif are not mine! Credit to the owners :)

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[Medium-sized movies] are too risky. If you look at movies like… I guess, All the President’s Men was important enough and based on a big enough transgression. But take a movie like Klute – I don’t think that movie would be made today. I mean, The Godfather would have a hard time being made today. Even if you could put up the $75 million it would take to make that movie today, and you could guarantee that it would be one of the greatest movies of all time, people would still go, “$75 million? I dunno man, that’s a lot of bread…” There are realities to our business. The bottom has fallen out. Dramas that cost more than $20 million, you’re taking a big risk. I think Soderbergh was right. And it’s sad. I think the thing is to make movies cheaper. People are migrating to television to find characters that aren’t spandex-clad superheroes. By David Fincher, in response to the question Did you see Soderbergh’s speech in San Francisco? He was lamenting the death of medium-sized movies. (via howtocatchamonster)