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What’s even the point of going to class tomorrow if it’s not going to impress Tatiana Maslany?

anangelwholosthergrace:

Band people on a windy day be like
anangelwholosthergrace:

Band people on a windy day be like
anangelwholosthergrace:

Band people on a windy day be like
anangelwholosthergrace:

Band people on a windy day be like

anangelwholosthergrace:

Band people on a windy day be like

ruinedchildhood:

In first period tomorrow like

"DO IT FOR THE VINE," said his conscience.

canigetaramen:

Reminder that this happened

Yes

sassykardashian:

I’m at that point in a semester where if a car hit me, I’d probably say thank you to the kind stranger

"How to kill someone; Hold their hand and then never touch their skin again, see them nearly everyday and pretend they don’t exist, act like everything you ever said to them was a lie."

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This sounds like the worst type of Hell

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death-by-lulz:

deforest:

Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)

82 years later and it’s still relevant

Not going to lie. I’m super surprised that something with this message even existed in 1931.  Seen way too many films of the type that this movie seems to be which totally just put women in the corner.  This is actually a big deal to know that someone was writing these words in this time, no matter to what extent they believed them

Okay. So this week is Favorite Film Action Tracks. I might as well kick it off with this, one of the most famous and well-done tracks of action music in soundtrack history. It’s just solidly put-together, it varies some of the famous themes pretty well, and it does its job of giving the scene momentum. It’s straight-forward without being minimalistic, yet it’s intricate without being overly-complex. It does a lot of things right, and it’s one of the highlights of the saga’s music, in my opinion.

(Source: Spotify)

(Source: Spotify)