under-radar-mag:

One of the remarkable things about a series like Doctor Who is the potential for versatility in storytelling. It explains the show’s enduring appeal, that every week can bring a new adventure in any setting imaginable, on any world, past present or future. Yet for some reason, the last year or two have been uncharacteristically underwhelming. Now, five episodes into the new season, and the adventures are exciting again, and in this week’s case, considerably more creative.
(via Doctor Who - “Time Heist” (Season 8, Episode 5) Recap/Analysis | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

Yes! This. All of this.

under-radar-mag:

One of the remarkable things about a series like Doctor Who is the potential for versatility in storytelling. It explains the show’s enduring appeal, that every week can bring a new adventure in any setting imaginable, on any world, past present or future. Yet for some reason, the last year or two have been uncharacteristically underwhelming. Now, five episodes into the new season, and the adventures are exciting again, and in this week’s case, considerably more creative.

(via Doctor Who - “Time Heist” (Season 8, Episode 5) Recap/Analysis | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

Yes! This. All of this.

What piqued Miller’s interest was how “understanding” and “helpful” Sherlock was, traits the actor believes were rarely communicated. “In the books, I found him to be a much more understanding guy. I feel that he really likes people a little bit more than I had seen recently — not that he can necessarily communicate that very well. He likes the underdog, and he likes people who are downtrodden, who are having a hard time. He generally wants to help. I found him to be a much more helpful person, so I tried to put a bit of that in, even though he doesn’t quite pull it off.” [x]

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erisg223:

otteroflore:

dokidokihimechan:

bangs fists on table

more lesbians

#[knocks politely] and more bisexuals

[taps hesitantly on the door] and more stores that don’t involve romance at all

You mean like a grocery store or something? That’s not very romancey I suppose. You can have one.

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tattoo-on-my-heart:

this is the best thing I’ve seen

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quidquididest:

whoopsloser:

Someone put googly eyes in my Latin textbook this is quite possibly the best thing I’ve ever seen

LATIN FOR AMERICANS AAAYYYYYY

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bob-the-robot:

So I came across this whaddya think?

bob-the-robot:

So I came across this whaddya think?

slightlyignorant:

And don’t you forget that.

What on God’s green Earth would be wrong with that? Seriously.

slightlyignorant:

And don’t you forget that.

What on God’s green Earth would be wrong with that? Seriously.

(via teachingliteracy)

audreyii-fic:

oxford-haze:

eowyn-daughterofkings:

aatrunko:

lizziekeiper:

frankenwhale:

oddlyclad:

xcgirl08:

#cinematic masterpiece

#I secretly rate every action packed film 0-the mummy

Every once in a great while, I will tell somebody “You know, nasty little fellows such as yourself always get their comeuppance.”

…And then I’ll be sad, because they have no idea what I’m talking about. 

I only gamble with my life, never my money.

The Mummy fandom on Tumblr is hella strong

What up mummy fandom I didn’t know existed! Loved this movie. Need to watch it again.

I quote “You’re on the wrong side of the river” constantly.

I’m going to grad school soon to be a librarian and I can’t wait to get drunk and quote all of Evy’s lines.

I’m an archaeology student and I recently re-watched this and the instant they made it clear that it was set in the 1920s I was completely cool with everything about it because archaeology in the 1920s was mostly drinking and blowing things up.

archaeology in the 1920s was mostly drinking and blowing things up

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