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My 15 Favorite Films Directed By Women (as of right now)

15.  A League of Their Own, 1992 (dir. Penny Marshall) 

14. You’ve Got Mail, 1998 (dir. Nora Ephron)

13. Jumpin’ Jack Flash, 1986 (dir. Penny Marshall) 

12. Ishtar, 1987 (dir. Elaine May)

11.  Love & Basketball, 2000 (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood)

10. Mansfield Park, 1999 (dir. Patricia Rozema)

9. Bend It Like Beckham, 2002 (dir. Gurinder Chadha)

8. Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985 (dir. Susan Seidelman) 

7. Something New, 2006 (dir. Sanaa Hamri)

6. Obvious Child, 2014 (dir. Gillian Robespiere)

5. Bridget Jones’s Diary, 2002 (dir. Sharon Maguire) 

4. Under the Tuscan Sun, 2003 (dir. Audrey Wells) 

3. Valley Girl, 1983 (dir. Martha Coolidge)

2. Bright Star, 2009 (dir. Jane Campion)

1.  Little Women, 1994 (dir. Gillian Armstrong)

Descendant 2’s Movie Novel: Confirms Uma, the only WOC out of the new VKs, never gets redeemed and is evil even at the end as Mal, the white girl, beats her.

Me, having already predicted this:


Former Doctor Who companion to return in Christmas special for Capaldi’s departure

We have some good news for Doctor Who fans still reeling from the emotional series finale on Saturday.

When the Steven Moffat era comes to an end after seven years with the Christmas special, the Time Lord will bid a final goodbye to Clara Oswald as well as Bill Potts.

Our source reveals: “ Jenna Coleman has agreed to film something new as Clara. It’s become a tradition now for the companions to reappear as the Doctor regenerates and Jenna isn’t letting the side down.

“It’ll help to give Peter the send-off he deserves after three years.”


It’s the Mirror, I know, but I don’t care! This is wonderful news if it’s 100% true! Fingers are crossed 🤞💕

Something New
  • Brian: I let the guys go early for the holidays.
  • Brian: So, I'm gonna head off, too.
  • Kenya: Okay.
  • Brian: There's just one thing. You're coming with me.
  • Kenya: Why? Do we have something else to buy for the yard?
  • Brian: No, we're going hiking.
  • Brian: Just a day trip, nothing major.
  • Kenya: Are you asking me out on a date?
  • Brian: I'm asking you to go hiking.
  • Kenya: Well, then the answer is double no. I don't even like hiking.
  • Brian: *flips coin* Heads or tails?
  • And of course, she lost.
  • I fucking love this movie. x)

morning serenity - a visual poem.

Film History Monday: How  Hollywood Became Hollywood

Actually, it’s kinda weird: all the “major” American cities (Washington, New York, just a few) are located on the east coast of the United States, whereas Los Angeles, and thus Hollywood, are on the other side of the country. Why did the film industry settle on a piece of No man’s land? I’ll tell you how Hollywood became Hollywood!

Long long ago in a country far from here, there was a small town with some farmers, pistols and a handful of cowboys. Okay, and some cows. I present to you: Hollywood circa 1850! There was no Marilyn Monroe or James Dean roaming about - let that be clear. 

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very bad and hurried drawing of human!Dial between boards because I said I would draw him for my good buddy potentialforart who is helping me with translators and drawing RGB in dresses and is just an all round swell person and you should definitely be following her by now


“In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But the bitter truth we critics must face, is that in the grand scheme of things, the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so. But there are times when a critic truly risks something, and that is in the discovery and defense of the new. The world is often unkind to new talent, new creations, the new needs friends. Last night, I experienced something new, an extraordinary film from a singularly unexpected source. To say that both the film and its maker have challenged my preconceptions about film is a gross understatement. They have rocked me to my core. In the past, I have made no secret of my disdain for Sony Pictures Animation’s famous motto: Anyone can draw. But I realize, only now do I truly understand what they meant. Not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere. It is difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now writing at Sony Picture Animation’s, who is, in this critic’s opinion, nothing less than the finest artist in the business. I will be returning to Sony’s soon, hungry for more.”

Splitting Wood

With all the mpreg talk today, I wanted to write a little something for all of you who enjoy mpreg as much as I do for whatever reason! I also tried something new where i filmed the entire process, so if you’ve ever wondered about the method to my madness, you can check that out here if you want to. It was pretty interesting to play it back after to see just how many transformations this particular text went through before the finished product.

Geno would like all parties involved to know that it was all Phil’s fault.

Phil will deny this, Geno knows, but the truth is that Phil is the one who looked at Sidney and cooed about his child-bearing hips—“It was a joke, Geno, Christ!”—and that’s where it all started.

Sidney has…child-bearing hips. It’s not as if Geno has been previously unaware. In fact, he is very much aware of everything Sid. Some might even call Geno an expert on the topic of Sidney Crosby.

Geno certainly would. He’s got years of research and observations to back up his facts. And the fact is: Sidney is lovely.

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If you’re struggling like I am - Ch. 2

Summary: You are hired as a makeup artist for BigHit working with BTS. You are older than all of them, yet, despite your best efforts, you find yourself slowing falling in love with the youngest member.

Pairing: Jungkook X Reader, Jungkook X Noona

Genre: Angst, Fluff and Smut


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Chapter 2 - American Hustle Life

The boys go to America.

Word Count: 1214 (of 72622)

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