Make Me Choose: 101 Dalmatians or The Jungle Book

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harry potter meme [1/7 relationships]: Harry Potter & Ron Weasley

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Sarah + impersonating her genetic identicals

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Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.
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indefinitedisneykid asked: pocahontas or mulan

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Alex: Today’s the day my life begins. All my life I’ve been just me. Just a smart mouth kid. Today I become a man. Today I become a husband. Today I become accountable to someone other than myself. Today I become accountable to you. To our future. To all the possibilities that a marriage has to offer. Together, no matter what happens, I’ll be ready. For anything. For everything. To take on life, to take on love. To take on possibility and responsibility. Today Izzie Stevens, our life together begins. And I for one can’t wait.
Izzie: I love you.

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Harry Potter + Snow

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I’m just the zip-up hoodie and my two best friends.


Talent; 

A marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment.

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classicactresses:

"Gone With the Wind" wins "All Time Favorite Motion Picture" on its 50th Anniversary, Olivia de Havilland accepts the award. (1989)

    “When we made Gone with the Wind in 1939, the life span of a film was only a year or two and then it quickly disappeared. On the set of Gone with the Wind, I did feel that this film had a special destiny but never in my wildest dreams did I think that half a century later, it would still be seen and still be loved and that you would choose it as your All-Time Favorite Motion Picture. If they could be with us here tonight, this would mean so much to Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh and Leslie Howard and Hattie McDaniel and all those others who helped make Margaret Mitchell’s remarkable story into a legendary film. How please they’d be most especially our producer, David Selznick that Gone with the Wind, this film about survival has itself survived time and change. Your vote is proof of it. From all of us, thank you.”

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