i love this movie so damn much

*Whispers* I love these two.

I can’t wait for the movie to come out worldwide so people can realize that Judy is not a tsundere type character; she dishes out about as much as she gets, honestly, and gives Nick a damned run for his movie. Their dynamic is super fun, it’s a pity I can’t go into it without spoilers.

I feel super inspired to write something or other though fff. So I might do that.

anonymous asked:

Lee Pace

actor: hate them | don’t really care | like them | LOVE them | THEY ARE MY PRECIOUS

favorite role(s) they’ve played: Joe MacMillan and Michael in Miss Pettigrew lives for a Day. (Yes, Thranduil, Roy Walker and Calpernia Addams are also great.)

role(s) you wanna see them play: I feel so sorry for saying this, because he is a great actor and is fantastic in all roles. But I truly love him as a love interest in love stories. I’d love to see him in hundreds of them. 

general opinion: He’s just so damn precious!!! This tall, shy bambi. And then he plays the arrogant assholes so damn well. Great actor that needs to be in more movies and shows. :D

Thank you very much for asking, dear anon. :D Loved it. Have a nice day.


The Young Victoria (Queen Victoria & Prince Albert)

“Victoria and Albert were a very real, lively young couple and he had a lot of ambition. Had he not married Victoria, he would have been king of his country, and I think that his drive coupled with her ambition and forcefulness inevitably would lead to a clash. What was extraordinary about it is that every time they did have arguments – and they argued a hell of a lot – they did make up, and I think it made them stronger. They didn’t give up, and I was inspired by that. I didn’t realize that theirs was a genuine love story; that they were a team, they ruled together. They had a family together. It wasn’t a cold, ‘You father my children and then go sit in the study’. They did everything together. They were never apart for a day and I hadn’t realized quite why she was still wearing black at 80. It was just that. She’d had half of her soul ripped away from her when he died.” Rupert Friend


Then what shall we die for? You will listen to me. Listen! The Brethren will still be looking here, to us, to the Black Pearl to lead. And what will they see? Frightened bilge rats aboard a derelict ship? No. No, they will see free men, and freedom! And what the enemy will see is the flash of our cannons. They will hear the ring of our swords, and they will know what we can do! By the sweat of our brows, and the strength of our backs… And the courage of our hearts. Gentleman, hoist the colours.”