Gladiator. A very good movie, I would watch again. Ending was amazing. This movie needs a better trailer because this movie is great (:

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김수현. Kim Soo Hyun


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If you have no choice but to die… Become a legend, then die.

- Secretly, Greatly (2013)

Watched this  because Kim Soo Hyun is in it (: And it kind of reminded me of Man from Nowhere. It was a good movie! I would watch it again (:

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You Who Came From the Stars, Episode 21
The end.

When I went to eat korean food last time, I saw the trailer You Who Came From the Stars on TV. I thought it would be a story about a rich girl and a poor guy until I looked up the synopsis and it wasn’t that at all. The alien part through me off… Went back home and later that night I just gave episode one a shot because its summer and I’m bored and I only finished one korean drama in my life. So this is the 2nd korean drama I ever finished and I thought it was pretty good. The first 20 episodes made me tear up a few times. But the last episode, 21, made me cry for about half of the episode. I guess the ending was satisfying enough. It was a happy ending at least! Wish they had a prologue to see their kids ): But it was a good drama! I would recommend. Cool actors/characters too (: I finished this in less than 2 days, since I don’t finish any shows if I pull a marathon.

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(…) “Michael Rizzi, will you be baptized?” 

I will.

"Michael Rizzi, go in peace. And may the Lord be with you. Amen."

Favorite scene!

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The Godfather (1972)

Second time watching this, and like it even more (: Wish I had the chance to watch this when it had a special premier for this and the 2nd movie. Still haven’t watched the 2nd or 3rd movie yet, but they’re on my list!

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Am I Wry? No - Mew

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How can the dead be truly dead when they still live in the souls of those who are left behind?
Carson McCullers, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (via larmoyante)
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