ihatepeacocks:

Famous Movies Scenes depicted as Children’s Books [X]

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connortempleandhisuseof-sexy:

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thedevil-wearsheels:

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sonata-of-the-soul:

lucidwolves:

EVERYONE, ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE NEEDS TO WATCH THIS.

EVERY.

FUCKING.

ONE.

WHEN SHE STARTED CRYING I STARTED CRYING BECAUSE NO WOMAN DESERVES THIS AND GUYS ARE SUCH FUCKING TWATS AND I AM A GUY. THIS IS NOT OKAY

Every fucking one of you needs to watch this.

I LOVE HER, WATCH THIS

The thing is that, women/people get victimised no matter what they wear. When awful things happens to a person, it’s not because of what they wear. Yes, wearing revealing clothes can attract more attention in some ways, but a rapist isn’t gonna care what a person is wearing, they’d choose whoever walked past. People should not be asking what you were wearing, you have freedom to wear what you want and you should not be victimised for it. I’m so sorry you’ve been through something so scary and had horrid responses back.

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Once Upon a Dream
Lana Del Rey
Maleficent (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

aieon:

For the upcoming Disney movie, Maleficent, Angelina Jolie handpicked Lana Del Rey to cover the timeless musical masterpiece, Once Upon a Dream.

Not only does Lana Del Rey’s vocals sound hauntingly beautiful, but her reinterpretation of the song to fit the darker point of view of Maleficent’s character is pretty spectacular.

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Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918)

I can paint and draw. I believe this myself and a few other people say that they believe this too. But I’m not certain of whether it’s true.

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