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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

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Anyway, by now you may wonder how I wound up here. Or, maybe not. Maybe you wonder how silly putty picks shit up from comic books. The point is, I don't see another Goddamn narrator, so pipe down.

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theletteraesc:

smilelikeyougotnothingtolose:

Cleavon Little did not know Gene was going to say that. The laughter is genuine.

I love that you can see the exact moment when Cleavon Little realizes he’s not going to be able to stop himself from laughing.

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korrastyle:

Zuko — Still Awkward 70 Years Later


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majoroctofuss:

Transparant team avatar hugging on your blog

majoroctofuss:

Transparant team avatar hugging on your blog


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gaulllimaufry:

th  childhood anime ✧˖ °


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6/? of my favorite Doctor Who moments
↪ "And before I go…" "Don’t say that!" "Rose."

Still hurts, even now.


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And if you want to remember me, then you can do one thing. That’s all, one thing.


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Nine, tho, what is your face?


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lynseyjinn:

Day sixteen: Which episode or scene made you feel all the feels?

You’ll have to allow me a scene for each Doctor of my acquaintance. :)

 For Nine, it’s the “Everybody lives!” scene. As Nine himself said, he needed more days like that.

Yep, favourite Nine moment too. What’s interesting about it is that the Doctor’s there proclaiming that it’s a day where ‘Everybody lives!’ in the midst of the Blitz. Because, while those infected by the gas mask plague may have been saved, the chances of them all living or even surviving the week (or even the night) when a third of London and 43,000 people were killed…? Well, let’s just accept that probably not everybody lived.

Even Nine’s most complete victory is tinged with tragedy.


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