• Harry:was told by the Sorting Hat he has “not a bad mind” obviously referring to his Ravenclaw potential
  • Harry:read through all his books before starting Hogwarts like a total nerd
  • Harry:thought up sharp witty comebacks to Malfoy every day
  • Harry:taught DADA to nearly 30 students (a larger class than any Hogwarts teacher has at one time) while dealing with his own homework and Umbridge's detentions
  • Harry:actually thought up half of the adrenaline-fuelled plans that Hermione takes credit for in the films e.g. riding a dragon out of Gringotts
  • Harry:figured out how the Basilisk victims got Petrified instead of just dying
  • Harry:received Exceeds Expectations in most of his OWLs INCLUDING Potions, despite Snape's teaching
  • Warner Bros:adds in stupid lines/actions for Harry in the movies

Happy Birthday Gary Cooper | May 7, 1901 – May 13, 1961

Whomever he played—soldier, cowboy, adventurer, lounge lizard, lover—Gary Cooper became that character. The artistry was seamless, so natural that it was impossible to tell where the man left off and the actor began. As Charles Laughton put it: ‘We act, he is.’ John Barrymore put it another way: ‘This fellow is the world’s greatest actor. He does without effort what the rest of us spend our lives trying to learn—namely to be natural.’ 

John Mulholland


Here’s my fourth year film from Calarts.  


This is THE video that introduced me to both an interesting new internet media-reviwer Hedwig and The Angry Inch. Paw Dougan’s Music Movies series is a great review program, in which Paw reviews film adaptations of musicals, such as Rocky Horror, Bjork, and even Muppets films. Very good. He’s not updating much anymore, but, if you’re interested in the inception of my Hedhead-hood, this is where it began.

… eggsy you fucking ledge

Favorite fictional characters

Tagging game! Thanks for the tag, demandingbillydolls :)

1. Buffy Summers - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

2. Spock - Star Trek TOS

3. Spike - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

4. Zoe Alleyne Washburne - Firefly

5. Carol Peletier - The Walking Dead (TV series)

6. Poussey Washington - Orange is the New Black

7. Kara “Starbuck” Thrace - Battlestar Galactica

8. Capt. Jean-Luc Picard - Star Trek TNG

9. Tyrion Lannister - A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones

10. Maglor - The Silmarillion


16 Reasons Why I Love You (as heard in Mulholland Drive)

Mad Max: Fury Road

     I have rarely seen a good car chase sequence in films. In the past I saw car chases as cheesy and simply used to fill in time with confusing angles and nothing to add to the plot. Mad Max: Fury Road is essentially a two-hour car chase and I enjoyed every second of it.

     This movie takes place in a post apocalyptic world where men are brain washed warriors and women are trapped for their milk and to breed. This is the story of a group of women leady by Furiosa (Charlize Theron) escaping this prison in hope for their version of a “promised land”. Through a series of events Max (Tom Hardy) joins this group and assists them on their quest to escape.

Read the rest of the review here!

10 movies

I was tagged by itsdietcake to list my top ten movies I could watch over and over and we actually have a lot of crossovers! Yay for good movie taste 😉but this is actually a hard choice I can pretty much watch anything…

1. Harry Potter all day every day
2. Mulan
3. Pitch Perfect
4. Mean Girls
5. Pirates of the Caribbean
6. Aladdin
7. The Little Mermaid
8. Love Actually
9. Memoirs of a Geisha (how did I forget this one til now it’s probably my all time favourite film)
10. Iron Man

I tag fatmaninalittlesuit and roasy 💜💜