YA KNOW

Just when you think, “Oh wow, life is good! All the time paying my dues and finally making the change to improve my quality of life are finally paying off”

And just like that. THINK AGAIN.

Please tell me someone is joking.

cassxfaith:

Blake Edwards has taken criticism, especially in light of his wife, Julie Andrews, being a frequent lead in his films, that his female leads are strong to start, but fall apart when love collides with them.

That is a valid observation.

But who doesn’t lose their head a little bit in the throes…

justmysillydoodles:

ivorylungs:

sherlock saying that very soft and subtle thank you he did while he was drunk and john said he was funny but this time he’s thanking john for loving him and john tearing up over it and holding him so hard and not saying anything and sherlock is so confused over john crying and john is so very sad for sherlock and doesn’t want to let go of him ever again

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I’ll just leave this here…

heartsandflowers52:

ladylizaelliott - scratch the message I just sent you, I’ve found a much shorter video with the clip. As you can’t send links in messages (why?!), here you go. 

You want to watch from about 4:45 

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AHAHAH AWESOME 

Thank you!! 

Happy 55th Birthday, Emma Thompson ! (April 15th, 1959)

❝ I try hard not to be preoccupied by how I look. I don’t think I am considered a beauty in that sense, I always thought of myself as a character actress, so in a sense I’ve got much less to lose.❞

norma-bara:

glenn close has never won as oscar what the FUCK 

-insert “Come to my office” Cruella gif—

Judy Garland - My Ship
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somethingbypuccini:

My Ship | Judy Garland 

Lady in the Dark [Hollywood Radio Theatre Broadcast 02.16.53]

and-little-things-in-between:

OTP

I’m pretty sure the WHOLE FREAKING COUNTRY shipped these two okay.

fictionandfilm:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Films I am super excited for this year.

yeizdol:

The greatest dialogue in history.

he-supports-you-for-he-loves-you:

Angela Lansbury sings “The Saga of Jenny” from Lady in the Dark at The Music of Kurt Weill concert at Lincoln Center in 1969.

Notice that she flubs and sings the fourth verse twice.