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Tank Girl (1995)

You gotta think about it like the first time you got laid.
You gotta go: “Daddy, are you sure this is right?”


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cinematographr:

All ABout Lily Chou Chou (2001)



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jdotslack:

pattilahell:

cocolexilocs:

kaddy-kablamo:

biryani-barbie:

Cinderella arrives at the ball.

this movie was so important

we had black cinderella, a black fairy godmother, and a filipino prince

like yoOOOOO THIS WAS ‘97 AND PEOPLE ARE SHITTING OVER A CHEERIOS COMMERCIAL TODAY LIKE Y000000

Victor Garber and Whoopi Goldberg parented an Asian prince. Like what more can you ask for?

Whitney Houston as the Fair Godmother… oh shit we got that too!

If you guys look back the 90’s was really good about representation tv execs were starting to wake up. Many movies and tv shows made sure they had characters of a number of ethnicities. Now what happened to that still remains a mystery to me.





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saucefactory:

Lupita Nyong’o on her perparation for the whipping scene for 12 Years a Slave.

"Quietened my soul." Oh. <3



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If you look for it, I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll find that love actually is all around.


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allthecolorsofdisney:

” Sophie , you’re beautiful! “

          

In the book, Sophie possess a certain kind of magical power - she makes things real by saying them. She can lay spells just by saying them. When she made hats, and she told a hat that it would make a rich young man fall in love with it, a rich young man fell in love with the woman who bought it. When she told a hat it would make some woman look beautiful, everyone knew the mayor’s wife looked positively radiant in it. It’s what drew the Witch to her hat shop in the first place.  When she cursed out a bucket of plant food, it turned to potent weed killer. When she told herself she might as well be an old woman, when she told herself she was doomed to fail, when she told herself she was plain and boring and no one would ever notice her, no one did.

When Howl tried to break the spell on Sophie, and he tried many times, he always failed. Not because his magic was less powerful than the Witch’s, but because it was less powerful than Sophie’s.

That last sentence actually gave me chills.

I love the movie but you’ll like it even better if you read the book. Sophie is a total badass.


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drearycheery:

Tokyo Godfathers.


This my friends, is a masterpiece of a movie. Three homeless people, A runaway teen, a alcoholic father, and an ageing trans woman, are wandering the streets on Christmas eve, when they find a baby abandoned in a dump.  They decide to care for it, while they wander around trying to find her mother, meeting several oddballs on their way.

Directed my the great Satoshi Kon, this movie is a must watch for anybody! It’s hilarious, touching, and will have you at the edge of your seat by the end of the crazy journey! 

…Aaaaannd, now it’s on Netflix! If you don’t have it, you can also watch it here: http://www.goodanime.net/tokyo-godfathers-movie

Go watch it!



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queendanneelackles:

Priestly shirts that were in the script, but didn’t make it into the final cut: “They don’t pay me enough to be nice to you.” and "Don’t annoy the crazy person."


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hoppip:

Scene comparison of Victor Sjöström’s ‘The Phantom Carriage’  (1921) and Stanley Kubrick’s famous scene of ‘The Shining’ (1980). (Link)