autistichatchworth:

Ah you’re watching sailor moon? I love that anime. The way they just [clenches fist] sail all those fricking moons

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make me choose: frodorc asked: quentin tarantino or wes anderson?

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How vast was a human being’s capacity for suffering. The only thing you could do was stand in awe of it. It wasn’t a question of survival at all. It was the fullness of it, how much could you hold, how much could you care. —Janet Fitch - White Oleander (via spookyblasianhottie)
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beaufortplace:

Hannibal (2001) / Hannibal 2.13 “Mizumono”

Parallels

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pleoros:

Petros Koublis - In landscapes, 2012-2013

"A landscape is an illimitable state. It’s not restricted within the visible area in front of our eyes, but it extends in an undefined distance, reaching for the limits of our interpretation over ourselves and the world around us. It is because every landscape is eventually defined as the vast open field where our thoughts and feelings are meeting with the outside world. It’s both an imaginary field and an actual reality, a perpetual state and a momentary revelation."

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d o e s  i t   e v e r   s t o p ?

                            t h e   w a n t i n g   y o u ?

j: every man and woman in the world needs to know how to defend theselves, sassenach. especially those married to a fraser
c: i think i’m more  a w a r e  o f   t h a t  every day.
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Gary Oldman as Sid Vicious in Sid & Nancy

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Countdown to HalloweenBeetlejuice (1988)

I’m feeling a little, ooh, anxious if you know what I mean. It’s been about six hundred years after all. I wonder where a guy, an everyday Joe like myself, can find a little *action*.

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rouxx:

Get to know me [1/8] favorite female characters: Gogo Yubari

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Matt Smith in Lost River

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