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You’ve had your whole FUCKING LIFE to think things over, what good’s a few minutes more gonna do you now?

The Shining (1980)

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penis


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Chocolates and lycans with friends. #vday

Chocolates and lycans with friends. #vday

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So people…right?

So I uploaded a picture of Shame on bluray, and I tagged it with ”Because some things are worth seeing on blu-ray” and I got a billion pretentious comments ranging from that movie is brilliant to that version of bluray is crap compared to the imported one.

All I meant was, ”I’m glad I have Micheal Fassbender’s dick on bluray for my big screen tv.” 


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benedictable:

And as a new year dawns in the United Kingdom, the sound of desperate sobbing can be heard echoing across the land and lands beyond. 

benedictable:

And as a new year dawns in the United Kingdom, the sound of desperate sobbing can be heard echoing across the land and lands beyond. 

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Best of Jared Leto 2013 - Live

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Jared’s hips don’t lie - 2013 

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volatils:

The Persistence of Memory - Salvador Dalí

The Fall of the Damned - Peter Paul Rubens

Ophelia - Sir John Everett Millais

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I’m not so good at computers and stuff, but I do believe we have a group of fans of Hannibal that call themselves “fannibals,” about 700,000 people. I don’t think you see that in films because this [is] on every week and fans start communicating about the show. There’s a whole life in there that I don’t understand because I can’t even open a computer. With a film, it’s, you saw it, you can bring it back home and think about it or not. But with TV, if you get hooked on it, it seems to become a lifestyle. It’s a world I had no idea existed. I think it’s fascinating, and we have to be grateful because these are the people who watch our show.
— Mads Mikkelsen [x] (via fannibalecter)
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I’m not so good at computers and stuff, but I do believe we have a group of fans of Hannibal that call themselves “fannibals,” about 700,000 people. I don’t think you see that in films because this [is] on every week and fans start communicating about the show. There’s a whole life in there that I don’t understand because I can’t even open a computer. With a film, it’s, you saw it, you can bring it back home and think about it or not. But with TV, if you get hooked on it, it seems to become a lifestyle. It’s a world I had no idea existed. I think it’s fascinating, and we have to be grateful because these are the people who watch our show.
— Mads Mikkelsen [x] (via fannibalecter)
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Spare a thought for Sherlock. He’s had his challenges and had to confront them on his own. He’s coming back to, not a changed London, but his London is very changed. And empty flat, an engaged best friend, and not knowing how to engage with that is hearbreaking. It should be. It should be funny, but it should also be upsetting, hopefully. I hope to God it’s not too cute and that I got it right. I’m more nervous about that than anything else, about the gradations of him introducing himself back to Watson.
— Benedict Cumberbatch (x)
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