ITS BACK!!! movie night masterpost! all links work as of august 11, 2014 (if you want to request/recommend movies here) I’m reposting this because it was highly requested and it got deleted for the second time, I also added more films!!

Final Destination:

Harry Potter:

Men in Black:

Pirates of the Caribbean:

Star Wars:


Step Up:

The Hangover:

Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit:

Twilight Saga:



Directors: Pete Docter, Ronaldo Del Carmen
Writers: Pete Docter (story), Ronaldo Del Carmen (story) (as Ronnie del Carmen)
Stars: Paris Van Dyke, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, Paula Pell, Bill Hader, Lori Alan, Mindy Kaling, Bobby Moynihan, Cassidy Hanson-Smith, John Ratzenberger, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black, Rashida Jones, Richard Kind, Amy Poehler, Kyle MacLachlan, Paula Poundstone

Click & Play ⇛ Inside Out Full HD

After young Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life and moved to San Francisco, her emotions - Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness - conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house, and school.

There are movies that need no introduction because you can tell from the trailer they are cool. Inside Out was cool out of the gate. Judging my the packed in house on a Monday night when I took my family to see it, people agree it’s cool. There’s something about a simple concept brought to the screen or television with a gang of hella talented people that wins the crowd every time. I compare it to Seinfeld that way. It has a simple premise: a little girl’s mind going through the challenges of school and moving. Her mind is where the characters are and they produce some hilarious if not downright profound discussion material.

Without giving any of its delights away, I will tell you there are two platforms the movie switches back and forth from: the little girl’s mind and the real world she’s in. It heartwarming, suspenseful, enlightening, and entertaining the way they portray her emotions. We get her from the inside-out: emotions first, real world second. It’s an excellent movie for kids because it opens up conversations on fear and anxiety, which as we know children feel from both small and big events in their lives. It’s also quite fitting as a date movie or if you’re just out with a friend. I always like movies that shine a light on the human condition and don’t preach. These sort of movies allow the viewer to pour themselves into the questions and draw their own conclusions. In this case those experiences will be childhood and adulthood.

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Something small I did last month! :D Ever since I got my pixie cut last year, I wanted to make a little Photoshop series where I gave all the Disney princesses short hair, but I never actually tried it out until this summer. My goal was to try and mimic the movies style as much as I can (which made me all dizzy when I tried out Aurora X,D) so it looks really simplistic here. (^.^‘’) We shall see if this becomes a thing or not. :P


Disney’s The Great Mouse Detective was first released on July 2nd, 1986.

It was ultimately Vice President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Peter Schneider who made the decision to change the title of the film from “Basil of Baker Street” to its current title. On February 13, 1986, an inter-office memo was sent out to Disney employees in Schneider’s name announcing the renaming of the studio’s most beloved classics. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) would be called “Seven Little Men Help A Girl”, Fantasia (1940) received the title “Color And Music”, The Jungle Book (1967) was getting its title changed to “A Boy, A Bear And A Big Black Cat” and so on in that fashion. Schneider was furious over the memo and attempted to find the author (animator Ed Gombert) so he could fire them. All the other employees found it a harmless joke and kept quiet. A copy of the memo eventually landed in the pages of the LA Times and all the “new” names were incorporated into the “What’s In A Name?” category on Jeopardy! (1984). (x)