disabledxena:

The songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella

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deneuveing:

The Women (1939) dir. George Cukor

No doubles were used in the fight sequence between the characters of Paulette Goddard and Rosalind Russell. At the end of the scene, Rosalind bites Paulette so hard it resulted with a permanent scar, the actresses remained friends.

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delzdesigns:

Iggy Azelea is such a good mom.

delzdesigns:

Iggy Azelea is such a good mom.

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Favourite Films ➟ Bend It Like Beckham

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pickeringtonlibrary:

jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

We agree completely.  Readers will always love books, no matter what format they come in.  And sometimes, one format is better for some readers than others.

pickeringtonlibrary:

jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

We agree completely.  Readers will always love books, no matter what format they come in.  And sometimes, one format is better for some readers than others.

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withoutpassionwedbetrulydead:

bandcandy:

maggiesox:

pilgrimkitty:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer + foreshadowing

YOU DONT UNDERSTAND. THE TROPE FOR WHEN YOU MAKE A JOKE AND LATER DOWN THE LINE IT BECOMES PAINFULLY UNFUNNY BECAUSE OF TRAGIC EVENTS IS LITERALLY NAMED “FUNNY ANEURYSM MOMENT” BECAUSE OF THIS SHOW.

*weeps copiously*

but actually tho

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briterati:
What a loss the children’s and young adult literature world endured today. We will always remember you, Walter, your legacy of diversity and inclusivity, and, above all, that reading is not optional.

briterati:

What a loss the children’s and young adult literature world endured today.
We will always remember you, Walter, your legacy of diversity and inclusivity, and, above all, that reading is not optional.

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