I have seen this movie maybe 40, times. Uh, this loft was fucking awesome. Important things to note: The spiral staircase. That natural lighting. The open concept floor plan. I would never leave. Every Cool Girl at my middle school saw this movie and loved it.
Bring It On (2000)
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Since , Goodsell has collected thousands of images for his Tumblr, Teenage Bedrooms on Screen , which he hopes to turn into an exhibition some day. Goodsell's interest in the portrayal of teen bedrooms sparked when he noticed how much "over" design had gone into the set for the movie "Disturbia," which implied that suburban '00s teens were really into the Clash and the Ramones, he explains. Goodsell started to wonder "where this phenomena began, how it evolved, which things had changed and which things endured over the history of teen movies. What he has come to realize, is that as pop culture references and taste levels change, the way teens are captured and painted does not. What's particularly special about teen rooms in real life, is that they're "identity-forming," Goodsell believes. You can see it in the best-designed rooms in films, which capture the tension between coddled childhoods and newfound creative expression," he adds. Here are some classics from Teenage Bedrooms On Screen :. US Edition U. News U.
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