My theme was dancing, I guess…– Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss)
Celeb Photobombing →
9. Gilda (1946), dir. Charles Vidor
Rita Hayworth is absolutely stunning and the costumes that she gets to wear are beautiful in this movie.
8. Amélie (2001), dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet
This movie makes you want to fall in love in a strange way. Although I found Amélie’s character to be a little too childish for my taste, it was great to follow her on her adventures. This movie had beautiful shots and colorful settings, which definitely makes it worth a gander.
New Girl 1x19
Let’s all give a collective AWWWWW to the blooming romance between Cece and Schmidt.
Was anyone as excited as I was that Karen and Ivy finally had a duet that didn’t involve cattiness and bitch faces? #yayfordrunkenduets
Who were you Subway— before you were Subway?– Britta Perry, Community