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I… I don’t even know, you guys. It was supposed to be something cute with Rosie’s first Easter and some domestic Johnlock, but then there was a murder bunny and an infant somehow able to solve crimes and it all turned to crack. I regret nothing.

Happy Easter, everyone!

~ Froggy, your admin

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She has reached the topmost ladder, o'er her hangs the great dark bell;
Awful is the gloom beneath her, like the pathway down to hell.
See! the ponderous tongue is swinging; ‘tis the hour of curfew now,
And the sight has chilled her bosom, stopped her breath, and paled her brow.
Shall she let it ring? No, never! Her eyes flash with sudden light,
As she springs, and grasps it firmly: ‘Curfew shall not ring to-night!’

“…they hung up!”

Katharine Hepburn’s Bunny Watson provides a dramatic recitation of Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight, by Rose Hartwick Thorpe, in Desk Set (1957).

OCtober Day 19: Bunny Watson

Bunny’s power is creating portals that look kind of like holes in reality. She calls them “rabbit holes.” She works out & knows how to fight in several different ways, so she thinks she’d make a good superhero. Currently, she’s not really doing any heroing, though, so really all she just uses her portals as an alternative to taking the train and etc. (Also to take things from other rooms w/o having to walk there)

10 films for your ‘Back to school’

I made this list to inspire you for your first year of high school, college, or maybe your last year or whatever. I hope you enjoy these and have a good time! 


1. The Breakfast Club (1985)

Dir. John Hughes

A 1980´s classic that everyone should watch regardless of being a student. The high school stereotypes gather and make us see who they really are, bringing this beautifully crafted cinematic piece. Ah! And an amazing soundtrack that you´ll have stuck in your head for days.


2. Clueless (1995)

Dir. Amy Heckerling

The favorite amongst the beauty and style bloggers. This 90′s piece is why today’s ‘chick flicks’ are having a major struggle! Cher Horowitz set a very high bar. The high school experience that you won’t like to miss.

By the way, who doesn’t want to see a young and handsome Paul Rudd?(Ant-Man)


3. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001)

Dir. Chris Columbus

This is the ultimate school experience. I bet you are secretly, still, waiting for your Hogwarts letter. (I am… but I guess is quite late. I’ll wait foe Gandalf…)

The coolest people, the coolest teachers, and the most amazing dinning room. We all want to go there, and you too. Don’t deny it.


4. The School of Rock (2003)

Dir. Richard Linklater

Jack Blace aces this film as a substitute teacher, who gets kicked out of his band. 

Who wouldn’t like to have a teacher who brings his SG to class and give you awesome music as homework? 

5. The House Bunny (2008)

Dir. Fred Wolf

TheUnited States of America and their college experiences. The ‘all-american college experience’ is my favorite thing to watch. This is nor entirely what happens but I guess is quite close. Anyway, Anna Faris is my comedy queen and if you love Emma Stone, maybe you’ll like this.


6. El Estudiante (2009)

Dir. Roberto Girault

This is a mexican film, definitely worth watching. 

A 70 year-old man decides to go to a university (yes, to study there). He meets with the youth and notices theres a great lack of romance and values among them, so he teaches them a bit of the ‘old-fashioned’ romance; the young learn from him, and he learns from them. You’ll cry, I assure you that!


7. The perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

Dir. Stephen Chbosky

There’s been a wave of book-to-film adaptations, but I personally think this one is of the very few worth watching and high quality, besides being beautifully made. 

The best of this film with Logan Lerman and Emma Watson, is that both duties of scrip and direction are performed by Stephen Chbosky, who happened to write the novel with the same name. 


8.  Pitch Perfect (2012)

Dir. Jason Moore

Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson are the key pieces of this recent musical. It’s not that cheesy and actually fun. (And better than Glee, sorry!

Oh! and the soundtrack is awesome, you’d want to try Anna Kendrick’s music number! (in case you haven’t already)


9. Monsters University (2013)

Dir. Dan Scanlon

Pixar is a master in animation and in making beautiful stories. This is beautifully made and deserves more recognition. 

I believe tis is one of the best college experiences there is. Who said animations was only for kids?  


10. 22 Jump Street (2014) 

Dir. Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill get together once again in this undercover cop thing. But in college. 

This is a crazy film with the best comedy. You never get bored, there’s a perfect balance with the action scenes. I even think is better than the first one, and liked it better than the first one.

You’ll have a good laugh, I promise.

*Pictures are form rottentomatoes.com*

I would give whatthefuckever to go to another Vortex Club party with the whole LiS cast just being happy and partying.