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STAR WARS APPRECIATION WEEK

day 5: most underrated moment

→ padmé’s ruminations (episode iii: revenge of the sith)

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“It was actually in this episode, when I’m in the kitchen with Letty and we’re having a conversation about the book that she’s writing and I’m telling her that she needs to find a title, I couldn’t do that scene without laughing. The dialogue and the way that Michelle was looking at me, it was just so funny. We had to do it like a million times. I just couldn’t stop laughing and that was hard.”  - Juan Diego Botto

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FAVOURITE ALBUMS:
↳ B.A.P -  MATRIX

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ten unappreciated scenes

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“This is scary, and hard, and maybe the world is about to end, but–
If it is then I want us to have something good to hold on to.

I love you.

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CS AU Week || day six; Another Time Period » Boldly Go (CS Future x Star Trek AU)

Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship, Storybrooke. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.

Captain Emma Swan, of the maiden voyage of the starship Storybrooke, figured her five-year mission would be a peaceful one, of exploration and discovering new worlds. What she did not expect is to be chasing space pirate, Captain Killian “Hook” Jones, captain of the newly commandeered starship, Jolly Roger, to the edge of the Neutral Zone. He had been smuggling advanced technology to pre-warp planets and causing mayhem in his wake. Captain Swan tracks down the USS Jolly Roger on a jungle-rich Class M planet, known as Neverland, and decides to take care of the problem herself. However, in her pursuit of Captain Hook, they are both ambushed by the non-warp capable pre-teen natives of the planet, and they barely escape together. Now, both captains, stranded and lost, will have to work together in order to to make the voyage home.

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So I saw via the lovely kitt66 that Paddington 2: Even Paddingtonter has been announced so I’m putting my wishlist in now for things I want to be exactly the same from the first film:

Yes please, Mr Curry
Yes please, Mr Curry’s hands
Yes please, Mr Curry’s DIAMOND JACKET of UGLY PATTERNED AWESOME

I am, however, okay with Mr Curry taking some some small piece of equity out of his multi- multi- multi- million pound Notting Hill house to buy himself a decent haircut.

Except obviously I’m totally kidding about the last one because if Mr Curry made any concession tonsorial or otherwise to it no longer being 1974 then he wouldn’t be Mr curry anymore, would he?