tunneyisaqueen:

Love the way he looks at her. <3 

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"No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world."

Robin Williams ( July 21st 1951 - August 11th 2014)

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The defining moment of television for me 

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#30 rock 

petercapaldisthedoctor:

I don’t understand how people can worship celebrities like Joan Crawford or Bette Davis, knowing what they did to their children.

I have no opinion on Joan Crawford, but I feel like Bette Davis’s legacy has been unfairly tainted by BD’s memoir. Prior to its publication, BD had mentioned that she admired Davis as a parent and that she was adopting a similar parenting style with her boys. She then became a born again Christian and wrote My Mother’s Keeper. In it, BD admits she had a happy childhood—her criticisms lay in her adult relationship with her mother. The book was released while Bette was in the hospital after a double mastectomy and a stroke, unable to defend herself. Bette’s son immediately cut off all ties with his sister and denounced the novel as incendiary lies. Even her ex husband Gary Merrill (after a bitter divorce) said that Bette was a wonderful parent.

But even more importantly, it is possible to separate her work from her personal life. Regardless of your opinion of Bette Davis the person, Bette Davis the actress is the undisputed first lady of the screen. Her performances are some of the most riveting, engaging, and bold ever to be recorded on celluloid. Watch her as the explosive Mildred in Of Human Bondage, the heroic Judy in Dark Victory, the romantic Charlotte in Now Voyager, the dramatic Margo in All About Eve… her brilliance transcends her stormy private life. 

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He’s useless in a hospital!

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cooperspooper:

[on the beginning of her career] I had huge expectations. You start out with big dreams and I mean, big dreams artistically. You want to work with the greatest living directors, make a great movie. I wanted to make a great love story, I wanted to make a great epic and then you realise that the truth of it is that it’s so hard to make a great film. It’s hard to get a great role. Those big expectations change to realism pretty quickly. But what’s never changed is my desire to work with great directors and to find projects that push me out of my comfort zone and keep me alive. I still don’t think I’ve done my best work.
Happy 47th Birthday, Nicole Mary Kidman! (June 20, 1967)
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#nicole kidman #happy birthday 

missejisbon:

Jisbon-The Mentalist 

I love you… <3

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lokibubbles:

raise your hand if you’re kinda sorta totally in love with Patrick Jane

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