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Pairing: Jared x Reader x Jensen

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Warnings: mentions of abortion

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As an actress, your “personal life” wasn’t really that personal. It always seemed like somebody was in business- telling you what to wear, that they didn’t like your hair, that your boobs and that your ass wasn’t big enough or that they were both too big. It seemed as if all of your fans knew everything about you. But there was just one thing they didn’t- and you intended on keeping it that way. You adored your fans and your co-workers too. However, despite having no personal life, you would never change your job for the world! You loved acting- it was your life. There you were, sitting on the bed in your hotel room in your matching lacy black bra and panty set, staring at the opened suitcase on the floor, deciding what to wear. After many minutes of serious deliberation, you decided on black jeans with a loose-fitting and open blue, tank top style blouse. You also decided on beige coloured pumps to wear. If you got tired of heels, you packed your comfy Birkenstocks sandals in your bag to change into. 

“Now… Hair.” You mumbled to yourself, sitting in front of the mirror. 

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Dallascon 2019

Just got home from Dallas, time to talk about my weekend 😂 (Note: I’m just gonna be talking about stuff that happened to me during the con, not EVERYTHING because then this would take forever.)

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*I apologize for this being so late! I have been extremely busy*

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The Adventurous Blonde (1937)

I had always been curious about the Torchy Blane films and even though I picked a random one as my first introduction to her, I must say she is a great character. I like that she is a smart woman who seems to know more than everyone else. However, why in the world is she with Steve? He is so annoying and honestly seems toxic. But this the ‘30′s and unfortunately a smart woman still needs a husband. Also the plot was interesting but the script was complete mush. I think the Torchy Blane films were more of an escape during the Depression than cinematic gold. 

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That Uncertain Feeling (1941)

This cast was amazing! Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, and Burgess Meredith, oh my! Now the plot was meh BUT I loved how the script had some fabulous innuendos in it. This was a fun watch and I might peek at it again in the future. 

Nightmare Alley (1947)

Originally posted by aintthatakick

Thank you TCM Noir Alley for introducing me to this Film Noir! I had been dying to see it for years. I saw Joan Blondell and Tyrone Power’s names on the cast list and knew it had to be good. This was one of the most intriguing Film Noirs I had seen in a long time and I loved seeing Power play against type. He just was magnificent at playing a not so great guy and I wish Hollywood let him play more characters like that than the handsome leading men types. 

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The Love Witch (2016)

Originally posted by movie-gifs

This was my first Anna Biller film and it was so weird but I loved every minute of it! Samantha Robinson was perfect as Elaine. She was so great at portraying her descend into psychosis. I loved that this film had a ‘70s feel to it and the set and costume design was very well done. I also really enjoyed the unfolding of the story and will certainly be watching more Anna Biller films in the future!

Avengers: End Game (2019)

Originally posted by natashandscarlettblr

BEST. AVENGERS. MOVIE. EVER. This film was everything I wanted it to be and needed it to be. I didn’t mind its long running time because it was so good, it flew by. It is the end of an era, but a great end to that era.

Aladdin (2019)

Originally posted by ohaladdins

At first, I was not excited to go see this film. I feel like Disney is banking too much on the nostalgia factor of millennials and that is why I hadn’t seen any of the live action remakes of my favorite films. Well, this one proved me wrong because it was so well done. I loved how diverse the cast was and how Will Smith put his own spin on the Genie and didn’t just copy Robin Williams’s performance. I thought this film was so fun and loved the Bollywood inspired dance scenes! 

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“A wise man once told me ‘family don’t end in blood.’ But it doesn’t start there either. Family cares about you; not what you can do for them. They got your back, even when it hurts. That’s family.”

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