(via alwaysalwaysalwaysthesea)

The English Patient (1996)

railroadsoftware:

holograsm:

what do i focus on here

try focusing on making you life and the lives of your loved ones better each and every day 

(via cissexiest)

cakesandfail:

IT’S WILL SHAKESPEARE’S BIRTHDAY AND CHARLES II’S CORONATION DAY

AND ST GEORGE IS NOT ONLY THE PATRON SAINT OF ENGLAND, BUT ALSO OF SYPHILIS

IT FEELS LIKE DICK JOKE CHRISTMAS

(via greenkneehighs)

#:')  

salesonfilm:

Peter O’Toole as Hamlet

(via greenkneehighs)

sunsetgun:

Celebrating Shakespeare’s birthday with one of my favorite adaptations.

(via cwnerd12)

Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire in a candid moment, 1942.

(via fredastairemovies)

#:D :D :D  

sydneyflapper:

The glorious WTFery of 1920s sheet music

(via deforest)

And then what did he do? Did he train you? Did he rehearse you? Did he tell you exactly what to do, what to say? You were a very apt pupil too, weren’t you? You were a very apt pupil! Well, why did you pick on me? Why me?!

(via vintagegal)

chubbinafatazrelli:

curvellas:

keep in mind many men don’t really like women, they like the high regard afforded them by other men when seen with a certain kind of woman. they like the confirmations of their masculinity and sexual prowess when engaging physically with a woman, and they like the ego boost of being attractive to many women. but they do. not. like. women.

yessssssssssssssss

(via cwnerd12)

(via matineemoustache)

go to sleep now?  or make new playlist because i’m sick of what’s on my phone? 

pinerosolanno:

Super Blow

(via danvotchka)

After watching a section of Broadway Melody of 1940, Cary Grant whispered to me, “Who do you think did Fred’s clothes?” Cary had just gone crazy over the white tuxedo that Fred wore. There was Cary, one of the great fashion figures in all of Hollywood, asking where Fred got his clothes. - Jack Haley Jr.

bansheegrahamtao:

drhanniballecter:

I want an AU where Will and Hannibal meet through speed dating.

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sorry

(via mean-cannibals)