my favourite films of all time


Some of my favourite anime series of all time.

1) Kill la Kill

2) Gurren Lagann

3) Panty & Stocking with Garter Belt

4) Soul Eater

5) Full metal Alchemist Brotherhood

6) Black Lagoon

7) Nadia, secret of the blue water

Some of my favourite anime films of all time:

A wlw wish:

to share my whole self with her, my face when i am sad, my shaky hands when i’m anxious, my happiest memories and my quiet places, my favourite mug, my hoodies and my hair ties, perfume and postcards, my toothpaste and towels, playlists, pillows, cat videos, childhood films, my favourite books, angry poems i wrote at 1am, the way i take my tea, blankets and most of all, my time, my dreams, my future, my name


“Yata!” Which means something along the lines of “A bunch of bitters, who will probably learn how to cook delicious food out of nothing”. Sunny Baudelaire, the youngest Baudelaire from film, book and Netflix upcoming show. 

This time I can’t tell you which one is my favourite because I love them three, but I think the perfect sunny to me would be a combination of the Netflix baby with the books teeth and the film dress. Which one is your favourite?? Are you all as excited about the upcoming show as I am??? <3


You can check them too on my instagram and my twitter accounts, both named drianbgar! you can find the links on my tumblr page.


I started ballet when I was 3, and the movies that my mom would show me were all musicals. And that was something that was so prevalent in that era of film was musicals. So I thought maybe I could do it. I just moved to this new school, I was like, “Nobody really knows me; this might be fun to get involved in,” and so I auditioned and I got it, and that’s the first time I sang and I was so nervous and it worked out. And then in middle school there was a few summer theater camps that I did, but it wasn’t really until senior year of high school that I got into the acting class full time and loved it and knew I wanted to move to LA and took it one step at a time and took acting classes every day and auditions and smaller roles.

I deleted a picture of you off my phone tonight along with some texts you’d sent months back. Ones telling me how much you missed me and how you needed to see me soon. I don’t get those anymore, in fact I don’t hear from you at all. I still miss you from time to time. When my eyes are heavy in the early hours of the morning or at the bottom of my 9th pint. I wonder how you are and if I ever cross your mind. If you ever see things that remind you of me and no one else, like my favourite band on tv or that film I hated so much. I still think about you but not as much anymore.
—  I maybe still love you.

You know you don’t have to act with me, Steve. You don’t have to say anything, and you don’t have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle.

so two saturdays ago I had a lil time to myself and re-created the dust-and-ashes look from @deadcatwithaflamethrower‘s wonderful fic On Ebon Wings, Ere I Breathe but I’m not sure if I should post it on here it feels a bit childish and I’m a grown ass woman and all the jazz

But it reminded me to go and re-watch The Crow again since this used to be one of my favourite films as a teen (but my sister has my DVD so yeah…). Anyway thanks flamethrower for the great (!) fic and for the reminder to go get my DVD back ;)

anonymous asked:

random question but do you have a FAVORITE gay-themed movie? and can you recommend some good ones? sorry i know it's a weird question

oh darling i’m a complete film geek so it’s not a weird question at all  :)

if i had to pick one favourite then it would definitely be Weekend. it’s so brutally honest, both in the way it’s shot and in it’s directing and acting. and also, when i was watching it for the first time (with headphones on) i had to hold a pillow in front of my face because i felt like i was watching two people through a key hole and i felt like i was intruding on their private life. if a film makes you feel like that then you know it’s good.

as for the recommendation bit i have to say that there are a lot of absolutely terrible LGBTQ films out there, full of clichés and “for-effect” plots. but here are some “gay themed” films that i would actually recommend watching:

and yes, i’ve intentionally picked films that involves younger people, since i think that speaks to tumblr more. and i would urge you not to be discouraged by the fact that ½ of these are not in english. i can tell you that if you’ve chosen not to watch films in the past just because they’re not in english then you’ve missed out on a glorious slice of life, trust me.

A Slippery Slope

An Eddie Redmayne one shot for @messrmoonyimagines requested here.

New Year’s Eve was always my favourite time. I didn’t care too much for Christmas, but I liked the clean slate and unknown that came with a new year. Not to mention my mom always threw huge elegant parties, and I always took the train into London to attend. I loved seeing all the dresses and sharing bringing in the new year with tons and tons of people. Her being a film director made for some interesting guests, too. My longtime friend Eddie would be there, his mom being friends with mine, and I hadn’t seen him in a while. Too bad school doesn’t stop for anybody.

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“Michael Mann’s Heat. And the reason I say that is because… I probably watch it once or twice a year and everytime I watch it I find something new in it. It’s the most precise thriller really of our modern era.”

ok but domestic!saphael

  • simon would make sure raphael is up to date with all the best shows and films that he’d missed while living at the dumort
  • raphaels favourite films to watch with simon are vampire films so they can point out the inaccuracies
  • simon would come up with different ways to serve their blood each night
  • “it’s just blood simon” “i need some variation raph” “this is literally a glass of blood with glitter on the rim youve been spending too much time with magnus”
  • simon convincing raphael to let him invite “the gang” around for meals
  • raphael grumbles at first because simon we’re vampires we dont eat or cook what are we going to serve
  • turns out raphael is an amazing cook and loves cooking for everyone when they come round
  • simon steals the covers every night, raphael threatens to make him sleep in a coffin every time this happens, but they both know he’ll never go through with the request
  • raphael loves buying simon gifts, they’re mostly expensive clothes 
  • forehead kisses become a thing, small pecks when they’re leaving each other to go do seperate things, when they’re about to fall asleep, or when they’re relaxing together, it becomes their way of saying ‘i love you’
  • they would bicker, constantly 
  • embarrassing nicknames become a thing, usually used in front of the other vampires to embarrass the other
  • whenever raphael’s been working for a long time with no breaks, simon always brings him a cup of blood and makes him relax
  • their favourite position to watch tv in is with raphael sat up against the back of the sofa, simon’s head in his lap, his hand brushing through simons hair
  • small touches become a thing, little brushes of hands when they walk past, simon constantly brushing his hand across raphael’s neck, most of the time they dont even realise their doing it
  • just simon and raphael loving each other and being domestic and cute togther

#BigRon Recommends: Movie Soundtracks

My Top 10 OSTs ever.

1. Pulp Fiction (1994)

My favourite all time movie so it stands to reason this is one of my all time favourite soundtracks. The coolest film ever that introduced me to such luminaries as Al Green, Urge Overkill, Dusty Springfield and Kool & The Gang. A 14 Year old’s musical ears we’re opened.

2. Forrest Gump (1994)

1994 again and another movie that opened my ears to new music. Skynyrd, Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Hendrix and Buffalo Springfield. Love it, still spin it now.

3. Saturday Night Fever (1977)

Classic Bee Gees singing that über falsetto that should not work and John Travolta strutting around in that awesome leather jacket by day and that killer white suit by night. Magnificent.

4. Help (1965)

Lousy film but brilliant music. Some absolutely killer Beatles tunes on here, ‘Help’ for a start!

5. Taxi Driver (1972)

May favourite non jukebox soundtrack. Bernard Herrmann’s beautiful, moody score is the perfect accompaniment to Scorsese’s masterpiece.

6. Goodfellas (1991)

Scorsese again, this time in jukebox mode. Gimmie Shelter by the Rolling Stones!!! (not on the ost but very much in the film), Cream, Muddy Waters and the Shangri La’s. Classic film, classic soundtrack.

7. Trainspotting (1996)

1996 = Trainspotting for me, outlandish original filmmaking, sneaking into an 18 aged 16, discovering Iggy Pop and listening to the one and only good Pulp Song. Great.

8. Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels

If 1996 = Trainspotting, 1998 = Lock Stock. Lad culture at it’s zenith, 18, boozing, partying, listening to Ocean Colour Scene and the Stone Roses, dancing to the EZ Rollers. Such a good soundtrack - it even has the one good Robbie Williams song on it!

9. The Graduate (1968)

Beautiful, beautiful melody from the masters of Melody themselves. Wonderful, wonderful noise for your ears and would many years later mean we got Mrs Robinson by The Lemonheads.

10. Singles (1991)

The film to music quality mismatch is ginormous. If you wanted to understand what that music coming out of Seattle in the late 80s was all about you could do much worse than spin this. A sound track you had to buy in the early 90s as it was the only way to get ‘State of Love and Trust’ by Pearl Jam - an all time favourite.

Not always the best films but they remind of great times or just have some simply wonderful tunes.