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lateinjuly · 2 days ago
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The Phantom of the Opera | West End Live 2021: My Favorite Little Moments
Rhys being an absolutely charming Raoul!
Lucy and Rhys enjoying themselves during AIAOY
Saori Oda's "ingenue". I love her!
Rhys doing that. Lowkey (highkey) hot?
Killian's singing, just in general, and the way I'm so convinced Lucy's into Killian's Phantom in this one
Will you believe me if I told you I really thought they were gonna kiss here?
Bonus: Killian saying "fuck me" just before he appears on stage (no gif to show for it, it's in the video though!)
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periodedits · 27 days ago
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After that night, Allie and Noah spent every waking hour together.  And soon, they were inseparable. 
THE NOTEBOOK (2004) dir. Nick Cassavetes
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rory-amy · 9 days ago
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She closes her eyes. He probably won’t be back, she thinks. Or he will, differently. What they have now they can never have again. But for her the pain of loneliness will be nothing to the pain she used to feel, of being unworthy. He brought her goodness like a gift and now it belongs to her. Meanwhile his life opens out before him in all directions at once. They’ve done a lot of good for each other. Really, she thinks, really. People can really change one another. You should go, she says, I’ll always be here. You know that.
NORMAL PEOPLE (2020) dir. Lenny Abrahamson, Hettie Macdonald
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classicfilmcentral · 10 days ago
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"So you're a private detective? I didn't know they existed, except in books or else they were greasy little men snooping around hotel corridors." THE BIG SLEEP (1946) dir. Howard Hawks
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