Z?

Yeah, I don’t think you wanna do that

archaicwonder:

Early Spanish Gold Cross with Emeralds, Spain, c. 17th-18th century
A beautiful and highly ornate Spanish gold cross set with 34 emeralds 2.5 inches in height. No doubt made with Spanish gold and emeralds from the New World judging from the small Pillars of Hercules mark on the back.

archaicwonder:

Early Spanish Gold Cross with Emeralds, Spain, c. 17th-18th century

A beautiful and highly ornate Spanish gold cross set with 34 emeralds 2.5 inches in height. No doubt made with Spanish gold and emeralds from the New World judging from the small Pillars of Hercules mark on the back.

picsoritdidnot:

What Wal-Mart built: the original 5 & Dime compared to the the interior of the Crystal Bridges Museum dining room.

fuckyeahnaturalstate:

otakub3ll:

Stuck in time.. #arkansas

Okay, but I fucking love Susie Q.

fuckyeahnaturalstate:

otakub3ll:

Stuck in time.. #arkansas

Okay, but I fucking love Susie Q.

lissome-vibrations:

where i truly, seriously belong

lissome-vibrations:

where i truly, seriously belong

McCarthy is at his strongest when the focus is on his characters. He has a real knack for fleshing out his main players and their sketchy backgrounds. Piecing their pasts and relationships together is part of the thrill, and like his debut, he shows no fear in introducing and caring for who we believe to be our leads, only to then have the baton passed to others. The three key actors, Rivera, Sandino Moreno and Rickards, offer real emotional depth in their performances that add weight to the believability of the dread-filled scenario. Nor is it wide of the mark to say the filmmaker’s building of suspense is almost Hitchcockian.
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Naya Rivera (Glee) has the most challenging role as Vera, the initially off-putting artist who is reluctant to accept anything from her sister, including money and love. Her character changes the most over the film, from emotional unavailability to demonstrating an almost crusader-like determination to do the right thing.
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