Where can you find the movie script?
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It’s right here. If you intend the original scriptment, it’s on the 4th disc special features of the Collector’s Edition DVD set. But you can download the zip file (made & shared by someone who kindly screencapped the whole thing) here in this post.

August 29 2014, 05:53 AM   •   5 notes
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hurdwood:

Revolutionary Road (2008), dir. Sam Mendes

"Do you?"
"No."
August 28 2014, 12:00 PM   •   537 notes   •   Via   •   Source
Favorite character that has no impact in the plot whatsoever? Mine's Trudy :) Or maybe that guy who Jack and Rose scream "shut up!!" to XD
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Does Tommy count? because I’d easily go with him, he was great. If I have to pick an even smaller character I guess I’d go with Cora, the little girl Jack danced with in third class. She was cute as a button.

August 27 2014, 04:47 AM   •   14 notes
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This is kind of a stupid question, but did Kate actually dye her hair red for the role? Any particular reason for that?
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August 27 2014, 03:50 AM   •   3 notes
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Where can I find that deleted scene where Rose got angry and shouted?
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August 27 2014, 03:47 AM   •   12 notes
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What's your favourite deleted scene????? Mine personally is the one where Rose is in her room and tries to remove her dress, calling for Trudy to come and help her, and then she starts screaming! I think this scene is perfect because it shows that not only men get angry and scream at the top of their lungs when they're upset.
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Previously answered here.

I do really like the “Rose feels trapped” scene you mentioned. Kate Winslet was brilliant in it. I love how you can see the panic building up by the second and how she just rips everything out and throws it across the room. You can really feel her despair and anger. And the final moment when she looks at herself in the mirror, it’s heartbreaking to see the hopelessness in her eyes. I understand why it was deleted but personally I think that small scene would have been a better transition than abruptly cutting from the first class dinner to her running on deck because it gives us a better insight (at that point in the film) of how deep Rose’s depression is.

August 27 2014, 02:32 AM   •   19 notes
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Why does Rose want to tell her mother and Cal about the emergency? How did she not realize that it was best to avoid them because they'd be extremely mad at her and Jack?
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Because it was an emergency and she figured they would understand the gravity of the situation was undoubtedly more important than her love affair at that moment. Rose wanted to warn her mother because given her conversation with Thomas Andrews during their tour that afternoon, she knew there weren’t enough lifeboats on board. When she saw the ship crash into the iceberg and then walked by the crew who seemed extremely concerned about what just happened, she knew that if they had to evacuate, more than half the people were going to be trapped on the sinking ship left to die. Naturally, Rose didn’t want her mother to suffer such a fate so she went back to her room to notify her about the alarming situation but unfortunately it backfired. They took advantage of Rose’s consideration (and naivety) instead.

August 26 2014, 07:18 PM   •   7 notes
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FAVORITE MOVIES » Titanic (1997)
↳ “A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets. But now you know there was a man named Jack Dawson and that he saved me… in every way that a person can be saved. I don’t even have a picture of him. He exists now… only in my memory.

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#Titanic   #scene: multi   #gifs