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oh you are very much right lol it’s iconic!!! i love how chaotic and funny it is, it was so well choreographed.
my fav thing in that move probably is the part bridget and him are in her room:

Mark: Why are you dancing around in that tent?
Bridget: Because I don’t want you to see any of my wobbly bits.
Mark: That’s pointless, because I have a very high regard for your wobbly bits, in all circumstances.
Bridget: Really?
Mark: Absolutely.

i just go


Originally posted by according-to-whom

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*me listening to All By Myself, minding my own business, forgetting my friends are still in our ps chat*

Klaudia: I can’t take that song seriously anymore. It’s in too many memes.

Me: Oh. This was in Bridget Jones’ Diary. That’s why I like it.

Also me: Though my ex, he would get pissed off when I would say I’d end up like Bridget Jones.

Mark: To be honest Karis, if anyone is going to end up like Bridget Jones out of anyone I know, it will probably be you.



Originally posted by katiecorleone

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10 Comfort Movies + a Wild Card

Thanks @natsugia for the tag! When I think comforting, I usually turn to books or TV shows. I don’t see that many movies in general so this was a stretch for me to name ten.

Comforting, to me says things you have watched multiple times. As a result, these mostly movies from my teens and childhood and are all quite a few years old.

1. Penelope


Originally posted by awarenessinmoments

This is my absolute favorite movie. I watch it when I’m sick, I watch it when I’m sad, it’s just the best! It has everything. It’s gorgeous and fairy tale like. It has a nice message about being yourself. Christina Ricci is fantastic. Catherine O’Hara is hilarious. James MacAvoy is adorable. It’s an all around lovely, comforting film.

2. Pride and Prejudice, 2005


Originally posted by halfagony-halfhope

This one is pretty self explanatory. Everyone likes this movie because it is SO well done! The things I like most about it though other than the gorgeous aesthetics of it are the memorable and catchy soundtrack, the costumes, the chemistry between Matthew McFayden and Keira Knightley and most of all the dancing! I love a good dance scene and this one is perfection.

3 Almost Famous


Originally posted by ventimiglia

A high school kid in the 70’s decides to become a rock journalist and follows a rock band on tour. There are some great musings about the nature of music and the industry. It’s touching, funny and and has some fantastic music!

4. Veronica Mars movie


Originally posted by sofrio

They say this movie was just for the fans and I say “Yes and?” Because it was honestly perfection. I love rewatching this movie. It had everything I loved about the show. A solid mystery, badass brilliant and adult Veronica, the usual wit and humor, most of the cast including Mac, Wallace and Dick, and of course Logan! The bitterness of the fourth season isn’t present here. This is the Veronica Mars we know and love. (And I still want that purse!)

5. 10 Things I Hate About You


Originally posted by dancing-at-the-funeralparty

This is one of the best movies to come out of the late 90’s. It’s got a feminist message, some of the wittiest, most quotable lines and a fantastic cast including Allison Janney and Gabrielle Union. I love this movie so much!

6. Pirates of the Caribbean


Originally posted by satine-halliwell-universe

In this house we do not support Johnny Depp anymore but I have owned this movie for years and I will not give it up. It’s so well done! There’s action, adventure, romance and very witty dialogue. I had the biggest crush in Orlando Bloom once upon a time.

7. Bridget Jones’ Diary


Originally posted by fabuloussweetiedarling

I know. This kind of a cliche. But it’s a great movie. Bridget is so very much herself. And the older I get the more relevant the commentary on women’s lives becomes.

8. Ocean’s Eleven


Originally posted by wlwebkinz

I love a good heist! And this one is so elegant! I love this whole franchise including Ocean’s Eight which I really need to see again.

9. Ever After


Originally posted by witch

The social commentary about privilege! The humor! The clothes! This is just such a gem of a movie. It’s a lovely retelling of Cinderella.

10. Easy A


Originally posted by dracoharry

This is another one with some great social commentary about slut shaming and a feminist message. It’s also funny as hell and has a fantastic cast including Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson who are the most entertaining teen movie parents ever written.

Wild Card?

The Office, US

(No gif because there’s a 10 gif limit apparently-rude.)

I’m assuming if it’s a wild card that means I can name whatever I want even if it isn’t a movie and this is my favorite, most comforting thing to turn to. Watching The Office is like putting on a warm blanket. I have seen the episode Stress Relief a million times and I still laugh my ass off every single time.

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Name seven comfort films and tag seven people. 

I was tagged by @movrings​ AND @jacquiebethelina44​! Thanks lovelies!

1. Pride and Prejudice (2005) - probs my most watched movie of all time tbh


Originally posted by halfagony-halfhope

2. Bridget Jones (1, 2 &3 bc I love them all!)


Originally posted by suzi

3. Iron Man (2008)


Originally posted by vsnom

4. Mulan (1998)


Originally posted by veenia

5. Bride & Prejudice (2004) 


Originally posted by gentlesleaze

6. Little Women (2019)


Originally posted by carricfisher

7.  Tarzan (1999)


Originally posted by midqueenally

Do I realise a lot of my favs are based on P&P? Yes. 

Am I ashamed? Absolutely not.

Tags: @nerdlove4thewin@p-porkypig@ohifonlyx33@al-the-unicorn​ and anyone else who wants to do it

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