i about cried watching this

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봄날 / spring day - bts (lyrics)

If the US makes drama about Coco I’m gonna kick some asses because it’s been out in Mexico for a week and we all love it and cried our eyes off.

Go, enjoy the art, love our culture, learn the songs and cry.

It’s truly a masterpiece, I can’t express how much I loved that movie and how it makes me feel to see my country represented like that, in such an accurate way and so beautifully. Thank you, Pixar.

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My Top 3 pick: #2 Choon Entertainment’s Kim Yongguk/Jin Longguo (the hidden jewel)

“No one knows who i am. No one knows what kind of person I am. I would feel confident if there is someone that will care about me. I want to hear ‘Kim Yongguk did well’”

P/S: You did very well! You have changed a lot. You have improved. I am so happy you gained confidence. You made so many friends and no more being alone. I will always support you and let’s debut in the near future. I’ll wait.

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hoseok birthday bonanza!

day 06 - dancing

since it’s been almost a year since i watched it for the first time, i am reminding you all that ‘Big Eden’ might be a PERFECT movie.
it’s a gay romcom about a painter living in new york who returns to the small country town he grew up in to take care of his sick grandfather, and reunites with his charming and friendly childhood best friend who has also moved back into town, and also his painfully shy former classmate who now runs the local general store.
there is NO homophobia, NO gay characters die, and there is a HAPPY ENDING. it’s just a sweet no-pressure feel-good movie that happens to be 100% gay. many people describe it as “every single AU fanfic trope you love come to life in a single movie” and it’s true.
plus, you get to see THIS extremely tall cute man fuss around in a tiny kitchen cooking fancy food, and isn’t that what you’ve always wanted in life?

and it’s on NETFLIX!!! PLEASE WATCH BIG EDEN

I didn’t see a version that included the sad Delia spotting Patsy, and that was just as important.

this video really showed how creative phil is and has always been. at fourteen he created his own world with its own developed plot and characters, complete with deaths and unexpected twists. his laugh throughout the video was so genuine. you could tell he was humbled by dan’s genuinely impressed comments about his little world. phil’s mind really is beautiful.

I just realised something.

Jon didn’t turn around to say goodbye to Sansa, and he didn’t turn around to wave; he turned around to look at her. 

He only gave her a wave after a long while. 

And as she saw him wave, she smiled. Look at how touched and emotional she looks, and how delicately she waves back. 

He lets his arm fall down heavily on his leg as he looks at her smiling at him. Then he smiles back, a painful and worried smile. He doesn’t want to leave her. He looks at her for one more moment before turning away reluctantly. 

As he rides off, we get not one, but three long shots of Sansa staring at him.

The third shot shows us Littlefinger in the distance.

He’s still stroking his throat after being pinned against the wall and strangled by Jon, who promised to kill him if he touches Sansa. He looks at Jon in the distance, then at Sansa. Littlefinger must’ve realised something as only a few episodes later he strangely tells Sansa how beautiful the woman Jon has gone to see is, and teases her with their possible marriage to get a reaction from her.

But we know all that. What I didn’t realise earlier is that Jon literally turned around to stare at Sansa. He didn’t turn around and waved instantly; he turned around and looked at her for as long as he could. The emotional way she smiled when she saw him waving, the way his arm fell on his leg as he didn’t have the strength to leave her, Jon’s painful smile that looks like his heart was breaking… It strikes such a massive anti-parallel to Jon leaving Dra*onstone. There’s so much more to this scene than I originally thought and I’ve cried about 6 times re-watching it closely

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@pastelkali

(kinda angsty???) ct keepin secrets and making her friends worried

Moana was great. 

  • Moana explored family relationships, and found family. 
  • Moana wasn’t about a princess who needed to be saved.
  • Moana didn’t involve a dramatic romantic sub-plot. 
  • Moana challenged the classic villain vs. hero narrative.
  • Moana dealt with redemption, misunderstanding, and healing. 
  • Moana had a beautiful and meaningful soundtrack.

I never want to hear about Frozen!!! Ever!!! Again!!!

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MY BABIES FINALLY MET AND HAD LOTS OF FUN TOGETHER 😭💞

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Smother (Sana Bakkoush) by Briony / red-jamie

I’m wasted, losing time

I’m a foolish, fragile spine

I want all that is not mine

I want him but we’re not right

compilation of Rhonda’s “AAMI car insurance safe-driver rewards” ads

to my non-australian followers who haven’t experienced the phenomenon that is Rhonda and Ketut, these ads aired periodically and became a national hype (even resulting in a website where you could vote for who was Rhonda’s match) so I seriously recommend watching it, it truly is one of the greatest australian love stories