what i learned from movies

me whenever Yuri on Ice music plays

In Regards to Love: Agape

In Regards to Love: Eros

Minami’s Boogie

Shall We Skate?

Terra Incognita


Symphony No. 9, 2nd Movement “Advent”

L'homme arme


Theme of King JJ

Yuri on ICE

and finally Duet: Stay Close to Me

“I think what I have learned from working on Moonlight, you see what happens in persecution. What I was so grateful about and having the opportunity was playing a gentleman who saw a young man folding into himself as a result of the persecution of his community and taking that opportunity to uplift him and tell him he mattered, that he was OK. And accept him. I hope that we do a better job of that. 

We kind of get caught up in the minutiae and the details that make us all different. I think there’s two ways of seeing that. There’s an opportunity to see the texture of that person, the characteristics that make them unique, and then there’s the opportunity to go to war about it. And to say that that person is different than me and I don’t like you, so let’s battle. My mother is an ordained minister. I’m a Muslim. She didn’t do backflips when I called her to tell her I converted 17 years ago. You put things to the side and I’m able to see her and she’s able to see me. We love each other. The love has grown. And that stuff is minutiae. It’s not that important.”

Mahershala Ali talks about persecution and religious freedom at the Screen Actors Guild Awards last night, where he won Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role for his work in Moonlight. (via Us Weekly)

Debbie Reynolds Tribute Meme

Singin’ in the Rain

  • “What do you have to be so conceited about? You’re nothing but a shadow on film… just a shadow. You’re not flesh and blood.”
  • “Are you sure it’s alright? Being seen with me?”
  • “If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all.”
  • “I said some awful things that night, didn’t I?”
  • “And what a lovely morning!”
  • “Here’s one thing I’ve learned from the movies!”
  • “You expect every girl to fall in a dead faint at your feet. Well, don’t you touch me!”

The Unsinkable Molly Brown

  • “Nobody wants to see me down like I wants to see me up.”
  • “Sure I may be tuckered, and I may give out, but I won’t give in.”
  • “I mean more to me than I mean to anybody else.”
  • “What’s that mean? Best regards?”

Halloweentown ( series )

  • “Being normal is vastly overrated.”
  • “Magic is really very simple, all you’ve got to do is want something, and then let yourself have it.”
  • “I’ve always said that the movies could teach us so much.”
  • “I should’ve known when you gave me the rose.”
  • “I must have lost it, so I know exactly where it is.”
  • “So this is the world wide web I’ve hear about…”
  • “Does it involve spiders?”
  • “Boo? How many ghosts do you know that say ‘boo’?”
  • “It wasn’t yours to bed in the first place, and then they offered to let us keep it!”

Charlotte’s Web

  • “____, I forbid you to faint!”
  • “Salutations.”
  • “Salutations are greetings; it’s my fancy way of saying hello.”
  • “You’re terrific as far as I’m concerned.”
  • “And does anybody know how to spell it?”
  • “What kind of acrobat do you think I am?”
  • “Oh yes. I’m versatile.”
  • “Trust me, ____. People are very gullible. They’ll believe anything they see in print.”
  • “You ought to be ashamed of yourself.”
  • “It would serve you right if you had an acute attack of indigestion.”
  • “Perhaps next time I call a meeting, ____, you’ll see fit to attend.”
  • “Do you want a friend?”
  • “Now go to sleep, you’ll see me in the morning.”

anonymous asked:

oh ok. Yes its a nice story to go for elite so late. I'm not American so I don't have a clue on cheerleading or whatever other than what I learned from watching Hollywood HS drama movies. I was expecting her to be the new Jordyn Wieber/Lexie Priessman/Bailie Key, you know girls that had international competitive scores age 12/13, tbh because of the hype. Are there any prominent/stand out junior this quad?

Competitive cheerleading in the US is different from regular high school football cheerleaders. It’s like super crazy and they do mostly legit tumbling…sometimes messy af but still. Laney was a really strong tumbler which is why she was so easily able to get big skills on floor but yeah she’s 100% not a Jordyn or Lexie or Bailie haha. The thing I liked about the last couple of years is that in the US we had a group of about six or seven really solid juniors who could all score around a 57-58 AA but no one who was an out of control prodigy beast. Jordan Chiles came close but still wasn’t like, a crazy superstar junior in the way those others were. It’s nice in a way because no one is going into their senior career with ridiculous expectations. I didn’t really love the juniors who could bust out 60 AA and skills beyond their years. I mean, I loved that they were amazing, but I always feared too much too soon and I like that the emphasis in recent years has been on holding back a little, especially after watching all of last quad’s superstar juniors crash and burn by the time they became seniors (Katelyn and Lexie, and then Bailie also didn’t live up to the crazy hype she got at 12-14…it’s so much pressure on them and very sad when they physically can’t handle the sport anymore by the time they turn 16 or 17). Like, in the past couple of years, juniors would have maybe one or two super strong events, but they weren’t being pushed to big skills on every event. In addition to it making the sport safer for them, it also meant we got a REALLY good competition at nationals! There were legit at least six girls last year who could’ve won classics and nationals. Maile winning nationals was a total surprise to pretty much everyone which was awesome because for the decade before that you almost always knew who was gonna win nationals and there was a huge divide between the top 1-2 girls and everyone else.

What we would do in each subject if there was a fandom school:
  • <p> <b>English:</b> Learn how to write amazing fanfictions<p/><b>Math:</b> Work out the ages of characters when certain events take place<p/><b>Science:</b> Learn about scientific ways to handle a plot twist<p/><b>Georgraphy:</b> Learn all about the places where the story was set<p/><b>History:</b> Research the life story of all your favourite characters<p/><b>P.E:</b> Learn the fastest and best ways to scroll down your tumblr feed<p/><b>Languages:</b> Learn all of the fangirl slang and terms<p/><b>Art:</b> Learn how to draw really good fanart<p/><b>Drama:</b> Reenact your favourite scenes from fandom movies<p/><b>I.C.T:</b> Learn what to do when your wifi crashes<p/><b>Music:</b> Write a musical adaptation of all the fandom movies<p/><b>Graphics:</b> Learn how to make really good edits<p/><b></b> Jesus christ I would do anything to go to this school

anonymous asked:

YouTube recommend this video called "What Hollywood can learn from Deadp00l". Yea hopefully they learn how not to make a movie as mediocre as Deadp00l.

I’m really fucking curious what people think Hollywood could learn from a movie that literally did nothing new or original?????

anonymous asked:

A pentagrams associated with good energy or bad? I've only know them to be associated with bad, but that is what I've learned from movies, tv, and propaganda.

Hello there friend.

Pentagrams are a symbol of protection and force of good, as well as a representation of elements. There is nothing bad about them, unfortunately they have just been used by those who don’t understand their meaning in order to incite fear of ‘occult’.

With luck, Magpie.

beaglebitch said (about Tom Hiddleston movies) :

What I have learned from watching his recent work:

  • When kissing, he leads with his nose.
  • He also grabs women’s faces when kissing.
  • Once in for a good makeout session, go for a boob.
  • He likes lifting women while kissing them.
  • Snake hips aren’t just a dance move.

  This means that if it was Loki, it would also like this? I like. :)