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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) - Stephen Chbosky

5 bullets on this film: 

  • Yeah, I know it has become a pseudo intellectual teen cliche, but fuck it, I love this movie. Every time I watch it I feel this urge to text my friends and tell them how much I love them. Man, friends are the best thing in this world, and this film makes you realize that. 
  • God bless the soundtrack. I’ll say it twice and louder for the people in the back: GOD BLESS THIS SOUNDTRACK.

  • The cast is great. Logan Lerman did really well in this film, but let’s talk about Ezra Miller????? He’s perfect as Patrick and he really got into the character. I hate seeing young talented people, it makes me feel kinda worthless. 

  • Stephen Chbosky is the director of the film AND the writer of the book, so all the important details of the story and the cute quotes are still there. I think I had never seen a better adaptation of a book, honestly. 

  • The themes go from sexual abuse and mental illness to friendship and music. AND I LOVE THAT. It’s really inspiring, and if you’re going through a hard time, watch this movie, it makes you feel alive.

zabbers  asked:

in re: favorite character traits: I don't know all the characters, but it seems like maybe one set is very confident in themselves and interact best with others by putting that confidence forward, and the other set is in search of that confidence with selves they might feel they "don't get to be" confident in (and often the stories we want to tell about them are about how they do find it).

#there’s kind of two sets: #Spock #Spencer Reid #Remus Lupin #Keladry of Mindelan #and then #Carmela Rodriguez #Jack Harkness #Raoul of Goldenlake #Joan Watson

WOW that’s such a neat interpretation! i think your first description definitely fits group two, wow.

as for whether the first group is in search of confidence… idk. i think that could apply? especially in specific situations, like meeting new people? but they are also pretty confident in a lot of things. not sure.

thanks so much for answering!

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EW’s Spoiler Room: Scoop on Elementary (Feb 13)

Does this mean Natalie Dormer is returning to Elementary?

It’s a little too soon to say, but the cat-and-mouse game between Joan and Moriarty is far from over.

“Even after three years, Moriarty isn’t sure how she feels about Joan,” executive producer Rob Doherty says. “If you classified the relationship as ‘adversarial,’ Moriarty would tell you you’re being simplistic. There’s more to it than that. Joan means a great deal to Sherlock, and that means a great deal to Moriarty, and so Joan is afforded a kind of protection. Moriarty won’t allow any harm to come to her—at least until her ultimate agenda with regards to Sherlock comes into focus.” 

Moriarty killed for Watson! Does this mean Natalie Dormer is returning to Elementary?

It’s a little too soon to say, but the cat-and-mouse game between Joan and Moriarty is far from over. “Even after three years, Moriarty isn’t sure how she feels about Joan,” executive producer Rob Doherty says. “If you classified the relationship as ‘adversarial,’ Moriarty would tell you you’re being simplistic. There’s more to it than that. Joan means a great deal to Sherlock, and that means a great deal to Moriarty, and so Joan is afforded a kind of protection. Moriarty won’t allow any harm to come to her—at least until her ultimate agenda with regards to Sherlock comes into focus.” (source)