Not a Time Lord...A Time Khaleesi

Marisa.20something.USA.Very Pale Chicanx. Feminist. Mother of Cats.
This blog will most likely contain the following: Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones/ASOIAF, MCU, DC Comics, The Hunger Games Trilogy, Disney, Dreamworks, ATLA/TLOK, Musicals, Adventure Time, Orphan Black, Hannibal, OITNB, Period Films, 90s cartoons, Star Wars, and everything under the sun.
Currently Watching: BTVS Season 4


imnotthedoctor:

ALL FILM QUESTIONS! ASK AWAY

1. What was the last movie you watched on theaters?
2. What was the first movie you ever remember watching on theaters?
3. Top 5 movies
4. Top 5 directors
5. A favorite adapted movie
6. Your best experience on going to the movies
7. A guilty pleasure
8. An overrated movie
9. An underrated movie
10. A movie that not many have heard that you’ve seen
11. A movie you watched mainly for an actor
12. Top 5 actors
13. Top 5 actresses
14. VHS, DVD or Blu-Ray?
15. Favorite Disney movie (not PIXAR!)
16. A tearjerker
17. A movie that you know its bad but you can’t help but love it
18. Favorite Movie Soundtrack
19. Favorite quote from a movie
20. A movie that was better than the book
21. First adult film you watched (thematically speaking not R-rated)
22. A kids movie you always watch
23. Favorite Science Fiction movie
24. Favorite Comedy
25. Favorite Fantasy
26. Favorite Love Story
27. A movie you hate
28. Favorite animated movie
29. A movie from your favorite director you didn’t liked
30. Favorite comic book movie
31. 3 movies you’re expecting excitedly!
32. A book you read for a movie
33. Favorite Musical
34. Favorite fictional character
35. A movie you wished they never made
36. Favorite remake

[on diversity in media] I think its social responsibility. I think it’s our responsibility to stand up and say what we want. It think if you look at television in the past two years, it’s becoming the decade of the female. Like, all these new shows with female leads. Even if you look at television, as well as cable, as well as films, there’s been a resurgence, as far as the leading woman in Hollywood, which is great. And I think we’re also at the point now…you know, it’s interesting…x

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aryeastark:

Emma Watson’s tweet about leaked pictures x

aryeastark:

Emma Watson’s tweet about leaked pictures x

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Lost Stars
Adam Levine · OST - Begin Again
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brain-food:

I fell in love with this soundtrack & this movie. 

Adam Levine –– Lost Stars

Please, don’t see
Just a boy caught up in dreams
And fantasies

Please, see me
Reaching out for someone
I can’t see

Take my hand
Let’s see where we wake up tomorrow
Best laid plans
Sometimes are just a one night stand

I’ll be damned
Cupid’s demanding back it’s arrow
So let’s get drunk on our tears

And God, tell us the reason
Youth is wasted on the young
It’s hunting season
And the lambs are on the run

Searching for meaning
But are we all lost stars
Trying to light up the dark

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Back to Hogwarts
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simplypotterheads:

Back to witches and wizards, and magical beasts!
To goblins and ghosts, and to magical feasts!
It’s all that I love, and it’s all that I need.
Hogwarts, Hogwarts! I think I’m going back—

cedricdigory:

Have a nice ride back home!

ariannsmartell:

We Dornish are a hot-blooded people, quick to anger and slow to forgive.

kqedscience:

The Boy Who Invented Email

In 1978, a 14-year-old boy invented email.

He created a computer program, which he called “email,” that replicated all the functions of the interoffice mail system: Inbox, Outbox, Folders, Memo, Attachments, Address Book, etc., the now familiar parts of every email system.

On August 30, 1982, the US government officially recognized V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai as the inventor of email by awarding him the first US Copyright for “Email,” “Computer Program for Electronic Mail System,” for his 1978 invention. This was awarded at a time when Copyright was the only way to protect software inventions.”

Read the fascinating account of the invention of email in this article (first in a series about its history) from the huffingtonpost.

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