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crowcrow:

1950s A tray with a full course meal for $1.28

crowcrow:

1950s A tray with a full course meal for $1.28

deadlyspoons:

when i have a kid my only argument will be shut up ur like 12

all-right-blondie:

Matilda and Miss Honey trying to get out of The Trunchbull’s house without getting caught is probably the most suspense filled scene in all the universe

im actually a 12 yr old boy

im actually a 12 yr old boy

why are videos for frozen conspiracy theories poping up on my youtbue suggestions?

ok im picking my nose

im not picking my nose im fixing my peircing

The Way Way Back →  Nat Faxon and Jim Rash
I remember seeing the trailer for this like once and i was like hey i want to see that then i turned around and suddenly it wasn’t in theatres anymore. I’m really glad its up on Netflix though.
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Over all it was a pretty good movie, it was interesting to see Steve Carrel in that douche-bag-step-father role. I really enjoyed his performance, since he was able to get his point across without being too aggressive. Even though the movie presented a more serious topic, it had this whole chill vibe to it and it made it so easy to watch. 
The only thing that felt wrong to me was the forced sexual tension between Duncan and Susanna. I honestly didn’t see anything with them even when she kissed him, it was just uncomfortable. Though i do have a conspiracy theory about the almost blatant sexual tension between Duncan and Owen i swear something was going to happen with them it was so weird. I completely understand that Owen was the surrogate father figure but it really didn’t seam like that, 
I was kind of disappointed at the ending, it sort of left you hanging, though there was the hint when Duncan’s mother crawled into the back with him. I had kind of hoped for the fairy tale ending. 
All in all it was a cute movie with some really fun quirky characters and it was such a good watch, but i wish they could have tried to step away from forced relationships.
I would for sure recommend this movie to someone likes that kind of vibe you get from movies like Little Miss Sunshine, or The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
7/10

The Way Way Back →  Nat Faxon and Jim Rash

I remember seeing the trailer for this like once and i was like hey i want to see that then i turned around and suddenly it wasn’t in theatres anymore. I’m really glad its up on Netflix though.

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In Et where does the kid live why is so dark at night where do they live where why

airbenderedacted:

I’M STILL LAUGHING AT THIS THSI IS HO WI’M GONNA DIE

Water Lilies, Claude Monet, part III.