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wednesdaydreams:

I hate you so much that I would destroy myself to take you down with me. 

Gilda (1946)

freaking love this movie.

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Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. On New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year.

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. On New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year.

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petitetiaras:

day 16: the scene that always makes you cry 

I know that Disney movies always end with happily ever after, and even though I knew in that Rapunzel and Eugene would be together, this scene really hit me. For the first time in eighteen years, Rapunzel finally realizes what she wants to do with her life and who she wants to spend it with. All of that comes to a halt as she watches Flynn sail off towards the kingdom. She was sold out by someone she thought she could trust. She was betrayed. And there’s nothing worse than getting your hopes up and then feeling them crumble around you. That’s why this scene always gets me teary-eyed because Rapunzel is such a fragile, innocent girl and this was probably the first time she ever felt anything like that. 

Also, I know that Tangled gets a lot of crap just because it’s a CG film, but this scene (and I believe the entire movie) is animated beautifully and emotionally. It’s so real and intimate that you can feel her pain. She’s so human that I don’t know how Disney animators captured it so perfectly. 

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leipardprints:

enchantedfuture:

changalangg:

lol at life.

brb gonna go laugh and then cry.

completely accurate in the cast member cafeteria.

dying.this is perfect.

leipardprints:

enchantedfuture:

changalangg:

lol at life.

brb gonna go laugh and then cry.

completely accurate in the cast member cafeteria.

dying.this is perfect.

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stephxvela:

“Mom, listen, I haven’t been together with Topanga for 22 years, but we have been together for 16. That’s a lot longer than most couples have been together. I mean, when we were born, you told me that we used to take walks in our strollers together around the block. When we were two, we were best friends. I mean, I knew everything about this girl. I knew her favorite color, her favorite food. Then we became six, Eric made fun of me because it wasn’t cool to have a best friend that was a girl or even know a girl. So for the next seven years I threw dirt at her. I like to call those “the lost years”. Then when I was thirteen, mom, she put me up against my locker and she kissed me. I mean, she gave me my first kiss. She taught me how to dance. She always was talking about these crazy things and I never understood a word she said. All I understood was that she was the girl I sat up every night thinking about, and when I’m with her, I feel happy to be alive. Like I can do anything. Even talk to you like this. So that’s, that’s what I think is love, mom. When I’m better because she’s here.” - Cory Matthews, Boy Meets World

stephxvela:

“Mom, listen, I haven’t been together with Topanga for 22 years, but we have been together for 16. That’s a lot longer than most couples have been together. I mean, when we were born, you told me that we used to take walks in our strollers together around the block. When we were two, we were best friends. I mean, I knew everything about this girl. I knew her favorite color, her favorite food. Then we became six, Eric made fun of me because it wasn’t cool to have a best friend that was a girl or even know a girl. So for the next seven years I threw dirt at her. I like to call those “the lost years”. Then when I was thirteen, mom, she put me up against my locker and she kissed me. I mean, she gave me my first kiss. She taught me how to dance. She always was talking about these crazy things and I never understood a word she said. All I understood was that she was the girl I sat up every night thinking about, and when I’m with her, I feel happy to be alive. Like I can do anything. Even talk to you like this. So that’s, that’s what I think is love, mom. When I’m better because she’s here.” - Cory Matthews, Boy Meets World

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