and this is always one of my favourite scenes


Your childhood nemesis is now an unstoppable meta-human?


TOP 20 ONE TREE HILL SHIPS (as voted by my followers)
► 07. Lucas Scott and Nathan Scott
Well, I got to tell you, man. I never thought, when we played that one on one game, that I’d end up back here, feeling like this. Like I’m going to miss you. You’ve got to do what you feel. I actually wish you weren’t going to leave. Because you’re one hell of a basketball player. And because you’re my brother.”


You gonna bust on me now for being sentimental?


Favourite Captain Swan scenes in no particular order [4/?]

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"He knows the truth of you, and he is dazzled by that truth."

N° 10 in the Series "Favourite SPN Shots"
2x13 "House of the Holy"

"I needed to think that there was something else, watching too, you know? Some higher power. Some greater good. And that maybe… Maybe I could be saved."


This is my first time.
"Oh, I envy you that. How it is you’ve never been photographed?"
It’s funny, actually. I’ve a bit of a resistance to it.
"Then why did you agree?"
You seem a man born to overcome resistance. There are those native tribes who believe you give away something of your  s o u l  when you’re photographed.
"Perhaps you do."
And what will you do, with this little bit of my soul?
"Protect it."
And you … Have you been photographed much?
"I prefer paintings. Photographs are so ironically impermanent. They capture one moment in time to perfection. A painting can capture  e t e r n i t y .”
I’ve never been painted, I couldn’t say.
"But you do understand eternity, I know that. The workings of time.”


"…But apart from that, you’re completely mad. You should pack your bags, get back in that ship and fly for your lives." —— Doctor Who. 2x08. The Impossible Planet

Klefan Fanmix » Can’t Go Back (listen)

“Your family wants you dead because they can never be what you are. A king.”

01.can’t go back - rosie golan // 02. stay (rihanna cover) - eli lieb // 03. ships in the night - mat kearney // 04. make it without you - andrew belle // 05.  i can’t make you love me - bon iver // 06. amen omen - ben harper // 07. stay (hurts cover) - eli lieb // 08. afterall  - william fitzsimmons    


This is the bluest film you’ll ever see. The haunting color resounds throughout “Empire" like a sustained, melancholy chord.

The extensive use of this sometimes somber color is appropriate because “Empire" reaches its climax with a disturbing revelation, one that acts as a bridge to the final, optimistic installment of the trio, "Return of the Jedi." Luke Skywalker learns that his mortal enemy Darth Vader is his father, and loses more than his right hand in a duel with him: Luke has to let go of his inadequate reliance on aggression and accept the virtues of selflessness in order to become a Jedi.

During the battle in which Vader reveals himself to his son, the two of them fight their way through the triangular corridors of a big cooling vane and across a platform that hovers over the endless shafts of Cloud City’s nuclear reactors. The vertiginous quality of this scene, its dizzying altitude, underscores Luke’s acute disorientation and horror upon learning who he is and where he comes from.

Moreover, there’s a carbon-freezing chamber - a place where Han Solo is transformed into a living sculpture - full of steam and lurid red-oranges. (The inescapable dense blues, however, frame these incendiary hues.) It’s like an electronic foundry and echoes the mythic, subterranean world of Richard Wagner’s opera “Das Rheingold." The image of the infernal chamber is a sign of the personal hell into which the three protagonists have fallen. (x)