BTS of Time’s photoshoot with Benedict (download link)
I think as you grow older your christmas list gets smaller and the things you really want for the holidays can’t be bought
let’s spend our week nights eating cereal on the floor
when there is a perfectly fine table behind us.
we can go to the movies and sit in the back row
just to make out like kids falling in love for the first time.
we’ll paint the rooms of our house
and get more paint on us than the walls.
we can hold hands and go to parties we end up
ditching to drink wine out of the bottle in the bathtub.
and slow dance with me in our bedroom
with an unmade bed and candles on the nightstand.
let me love you forever.
where the romance never dies and the flowers never wilt. marry me-dah (via whisperingbones)
You know when you’re just so pissed off for no reason and then everyone keeps asking why you’re so pissed which just makes you even more angry because you can’t explain it
I’ll never forget the time I went to a gay pride parade and on the way back home the train was so packed everyone was literally hugging each other and I said “I can’t take this, I’m just a small town girl”
then my friend said “living in a lonely world”
AND THEN THE ENTIRE FUCKING TRAIN CAR STARTED SINGING JOURNEY
Disney Thoughts: Mother Gothel’s Death
This may have been talked about before, but I just wanted to point out how absolutely perfect Gothel’s death was. It was possibly the most fitting death to a Disney villain besides Frollo, and here’s why I think so.
Eugene cuts Rapunzel’s hair with a glass shard. It didn’t have to be that, the writers could have easily made Gothel drop the knife and he could have used that. But they made it so that he cut Rapunzel’s hair with a broken piece of mirror, the same mirror Gothel has been looking at herself into for the past 18 years, the same mirror that represents her vanity and selfishness. In the perfect metaphor, she was killed by her own vanity. But then it only gets better.
When she starts to rapidly grow old, she looks in the mirror again to see what was happening to her. What she gets to see is a hundred skeletal monsters looking back at her. She sees what she was trying so hard not to be, and she sees it tenfold. She sees her true self, she sees the the panic and hatred and death in her eyes. And that is the last thing she ever gets to see. After this horrific image, she pulls the hood over her eyes before falling and turning to dust.
Gothel had the one of the most brutal deaths specifically for her character, and it was a risk that paid of because the writers created perfect justice in this scene.This just makes me respect the writers of this movie that much more.