thorinoakenshieeld:

That’s the scene, for me, that was the most romantic, just because of it’s simplicity. There are very, very few dialogue lines. It’s all about just their physical presence, and him seeing her, and needing to take her home. I mean, it still makes me tingle.

- Richard Armitage

loumielookingout:

street of Nola

loumielookingout:

street of Nola

theovernightguy:

One of many docks along the shores of Lake Simcoe. Taken in Jackson’s Point, Ontario.
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theovernightguy:

One of many docks along the shores of Lake Simcoe. Taken in Jackson’s Point, Ontario.

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disneystheweekenders:

"The dialogue exhibited a level of literacy that might startle those who think that all Saturday-morning cartoonery is brainless; there weren’t many other programs in which one would hear a middle-schooler [Tish] congratulate her comrades by proclaming “Kudos to us!” Nor was there an abundance of animated series wherein a nervous preteen drama queen [again, Tish] was shepherded through her first appearance by the ghost of William Shakespeare. Particularly pleasing was the series’ depiction of its adult characters - not the anal-retentive, rule-imposing tyrants we’d seen in so many other cartoon weeklies, but instead as recognizable human beings with affectionately detailed personality quirks.
This was precisely what was so unique about the program. The Weekenders was a conscious, symbolic break with the traditions of television animation aimed at “tweens”. It did not attempt to portray any of its characters as stereotypes; instead, it celebrated the uniqueness and intelligence of all its characters, without sacrificing humor in the process. Thanks to the clever writing and directing, and the skilled voice acting behind its four leads (the four performers were never better, particularly Marsden and Soucie), it was an approach that really paid off.”

- Excerpt from America Toons in: A History of Television Animation by David Perlmutter

ifyoucarryonthisway:

i feel like mr. brightside is one of those songs you’re gonna hear on the radio in the car 20 years from now after not hearing it in forever and your gonna just start sobbing bUT ITS JUST THE PRICE I PAY DESTINY IS CALLLLINGNG M E and your kids are gonna be like is she okay

(Source: averagefairy, via misspottah)

ava-et-liz:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of ‘Cat On A Hot Tin Roof’.

ava-et-liz:

Elizabeth Taylor on the set of ‘Cat On A Hot Tin Roof’.

takepart:

This is alarming. Words can’t express how outraged we are about this.