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Lupita Nyong’o for People Magazine’s Most Beautiful

Lupita Nyong’o for People Magazine’s Most Beautiful

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idinaelsa:

who wore it best?

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starborn-vagaboo:

viergacht:

five-years-gone:

hadesleprechaun:

Godzilla - Our best looks so far

Honestly I have no idea how the film could possibly end good, what the hell can even stop this thing?

Because Godzilla’s the good guy!

SO EXCITED FOR THIS MOVIE

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#if only I could pull this look off 
thehumanbutt:

a-wintersoldier:

omg i was fooling around with gif making and the loop makes it look like they’re playing a really intense game of frisbee.

That’s exactly what happened though

thehumanbutt:

a-wintersoldier:

omg i was fooling around with gif making and the loop makes it look like they’re playing a really intense game of frisbee.

That’s exactly what happened though

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coyotelips:

miirkwoods:

modern day tolkien elves

modern day elves getting away sleeping in the classroom with their eyes open

modern day elves straightening each other hair

modern day elves wearing flip flops in the snow

modern day elves shooting with compound bows

just modern day elves

"Jeffrey what do your elven eyes see"

"the Roy Roger’s down the street is totally still open, and they’re putting some burgers on the grill"

"choice"

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#I wish 

thefilmfatale:

BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL: A SUPERCUT

A compilation of scenes and moments from films that all “break the fourth wall” - that is, acknowledge (usually directly to the camera, and therefore the audience) that they’re part of a movie. The term comes from the imaginary “wall” at the front of the stage in a traditional three-walled box set in a proscenium theatre, through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play.

The montage includes 54 different films (some used more than once) from perhaps the very first example of breaking the fourth wall right up to today (x)

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