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Richard II + emotions







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The Harry Potter Series by J.K Rowling, Illustrations by Mary GrandPré







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ofelrond:

'wehhhh i dont like tauriel she's so cliche she's pretty AND a perfect fighter AND guys want her AND she has healing skills she's too perfect it's unrealistic'

here is a list of things for you to consider, friend

  • have you met aragorn






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stop being such an angel;
↳ bradley james







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maryhaines:

"The whole manner of Hepburn versus the relatively down-to-earth manner of Tracy and yet you sensed almost from the beginning that they would somehow get together, because of this contrast, because of the fact that there was something in each of them that saw something in the other and it developed. And sometimes it developed in odd ways, which is part of the charm and part of the fun." 

Rudy Behlmer







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snarkypsychic:

favorite psych moments: 4x16 "i’ll be going to get my partner now"







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anxiouspineapples:

just because a television show doesn’t actively address a specific issue doesn’t mean they’re actively avoiding it either. you know what happens when you try to stuff every possible social debate under the sun into one show?

you get glee.

that’s what happens.







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Natalie Wood and Robert Redford on the set of This Property is Condemned, 1966.


Natalie Wood and Robert Redford on the set of This Property is Condemned, 1966.







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 I drag myself out of nightmares each morning and find there’s no relief in waking.







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The fires of Isengard will spread, and the forests of Tuckborough and Buckland will burn. And all that was once great and good in this world will be gone.







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l-o-t-r:

“I did talk to Sean [Bean] but actually only after filming had wrapped. I met him at a party and we had a good chat. But while I didn’t get to meet him on set, I was lucky enough to have access to rushes of his work as Boromir, so I was able to observe his performance and pick up the odd mannerism.”

David Wenham on Sean Bean







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boromirs:

The Battle of the Five Armies







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broadwaydivaintraining:

ways to win my affection:

  • watch musicals with me
  • serenade me with a sondheim song
  • watch more musicals with me