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the most frustrating thing is when I’m discussing a book/tv show/movie with a friend and I get so into it, asking questions about motives behind actions, and just like,,,analyzing the topic, but then they’re like “it’s just a movie” like no!!! i need to discuss everything about it!!! 

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i finished the first book of pjo the other day.. it was good. better than i expected

I just saw the emoji movie and

-The night started out with half the theater chanting “MEME MEME MEME” during the opening

-At least 10 times we burst into applause and random moments. We being half the theater

-Every possible moment we could we all chanted Gene’s name or yelled out over exaggerated reactions

-Everyone stood at the end to give it a standing ovation

-And 30 of us left the theater chanting EMOJI MOVIE 2 EMOJI MOVIE 2


a night to remember

Online Quizzes <(•_•)>
  • Buzzfeed: "What Hogwarts house are you in?"
  • Me: "Okay let's do this." *answers questions honestly*
  • Me: *gets house I don't want to be in* "This can't be right."
  • Me: *retakes quiz but answers the questions specifically to get the house I want*
  • Me: *gets house I want* I fucKING KNEW IT

out of all the live action disney remakes, the lion king is the one that’s pissing me off the most. i mean. this is a movie that’s entirely about talking animals. which means that there’s no fucking way this is going to be a ‘live-action’ film. it’s not a cinderella, a beauty and the beast, a mulan, or even a jungle book. they all had fantastical elements that had to be animated, but they still starred real-life actors in real sets that could actually do a live-action performance. lion king, on the other hand, will have to be entirely animated. so it will just be the exact same fucking animated movie except the animation will make the lions and hyenas look hyper-realistic, i guess. how very necessary. hooray.

post-emoji movie Trauma

WARNING: the following text contains spoilers and can be considered disturbing to some readers. especially my brain, because it’s leaking out my ears after typing this.

This is the first movie ever I’ve gone to see on opening night. And let me just say that, for the record, I’m glad I went to watch with friends. Without them, I would have most likely calmly exited the room, climbed up to the roof, and dived straight off.

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