This has got to be the scene where Jon finds out that Ned isn’t his real Dad, right? I mean, R+L=J complicates Jon’s claim to the North and Littlefinger is the ultimate shitstirrer (he’s hinted that he knows there’s more to Jon’s parentage than Ned’s “dalliance.”) Sansa, of course, is what Baelish wants so using this reveal to get her to challenge Jon’s claim both sours the half-siblings relationship and potentially puts Sansa in charge. Total douche move but why would we want it any other way? Give me the Drama!

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Rest In Pieces - plaguewind - A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 2/?
Fandom: A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms, Game of Thrones (TV)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Petyr Baelish/Sansa Stark
Characters: Petyr Baelish, Sansa Stark, Arya Stark, Harrold Hardyng
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Modern Setting
Summary:

Sansa Stark lives a quiet life with her husband Harry and her five-year-old daughter Maddie, far removed from where she used to be as an undercover FBI agent. That is until a ghost from her past returns, Petyr Baelish. Sansa finds herself torn between the love of her life and the man who has taken care of her for the last five years with little Maddie caught in the middle.

(Tags, characters, and warnings may be added as the story moves on.)

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Everyone should go see King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. It was fantastic!
Just a fair warning, it’s an action fantasy, not historical, but boy was it epic. 
Guy Ritchie never disappoints. The cast was amazing, especially Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law, and the soundtrack was absolutely flawless.
I went to see it in 3D and I had chills all over my body.  If you’re a big fantasy fan like me, you should definitely go see it.

5

Sing Street (2016) - John Carney

5 bullets on this film:

  • Okay. I have been crying for about two hours because of this film, and I don’t even have feelings, so I don’t really understand what’s going on. It was one of the purest things I’ve seen this year and it made 2016 less shitty. This movie inspired me so much and now I feel ready to face 2017. Sing Street is beautiful, funny, sad, real, and wow, just go and watch it. 
  • THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IS AMAZING, if you don’t want to watch the film that’s fine (whatever, you’re just missing a great movie), but please listen to the soundtrack because it’s almost perfect. Personally, this is my favorite one. 
  • The actors are amazing and the characters are really well developed, I now officially have a platonic crush on each one of them. I didn’t know Irish people were that cute.  
  • You can really notice that it’s well written, the dialogues are natural and there aren’t any boring scenes, I think the pace of this film is perfect. You know when you don’t want a movie to end? Yes, exactly. 
  • The main theme is music, but the moral is that you have to follow your dreams. Okay, that sounded terrible, but really, follow your dreams, because if you love what you do it means you’re good at it so you’re going to make it. I loved how the characters went through different musical styles before finding their own, and that’s it, if you keep doing your thing, everything will work out at the end.
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I grew up in Dublin. But I grew up in London, too. It was here that I found out who I was and what I was going to do.I don’t know if I could’ve stayed and worked as an actor. Actors in Ireland tended to come from other professions. Brendan Gleeson and Gabriel Byrne had both been teachers. But I was ready to go when I left school. I didn’t want to spend five years doing something else.

Happy 49th Birthday, Aidan Gillen! (born April 24, 1968)