1. 11:45 19th Sep 2014

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    sturmdrang:

    One can say that Javert is our conscience. The ever lurking presence of the law and our own condemnation. The tension between who we were and who we are and who we can be. Javert represents that inescapable, shameful past that forever haunts and persues one’s conscience. Javert is the man of the law, and… There are no surprises with the law. The principle of retribution is simple and monotonous, like Euclidean logic. It’s closed to all alternatives and shut up against divine or human intervention… Indeed, Javert represents the merciless application of the law, the blind Justice that in the end is befuddled by hope and the possibility of redemption without punishment. ― Cristiane Serruya

     
  2. 11:45

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    yourackdisciprine:

    A recent trend on RTE (Irish TV) chat shows - random audience members turning to stare into the cameras during audience cut-aways.

     
  3. 11:44

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    'He's also known as Star-Lord

    (Source: jlawrencie)

     
  4. 11:43

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    theminttu:

    Sometimes there are no words

     
  5. 11:43

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    Tags: Sebastian Stan

    urdnotsex:

verysharpteeth:


Sebastian’s reaction when the moderator kept calling Bucky a villain [x]

I’m entertained by his slow building annoyance at the villain title. It started out that he would try to suppress his instant reaction of disgust. Now he just openly makes horrible faces.

Bucky Barnes being called a villain is Sebastian Stan’s villain origin.

    urdnotsex:

    verysharpteeth:

    Sebastian’s reaction when the moderator kept calling Bucky a villain [x]

    I’m entertained by his slow building annoyance at the villain title. It started out that he would try to suppress his instant reaction of disgust. Now he just openly makes horrible faces.

    Bucky Barnes being called a villain is Sebastian Stan’s villain origin.

    (Source: bbuchanann)

     
  6. 11:42

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    "I find crying difficult. It takes a long time for me to go. And I won’t know what will send me. I’m quite sentimental. If my son tells me he loves me, that will make me cry. Mr Holland’s Opus, unbelievably broke me. A random anomaly. Bambi would probably do me. Or Shrek. And yeah, I did go in Warrior as well. The relapse of Paddy, when I put him to bed and give him a kiss, I was like, ‘Yeah, I get that. I’ve been there.’”

    (Source: charlesvane)

     
  7. 11:42

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    Reblogged from buckybarrnes

    Your death amounts to the same as your life; a zero sum.

    (Source: daily-marvel)

     
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    (Source: tsukiihiko)

     
  9. 11:42

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    ophelia-tagloff:

zhora-salome:

smittentomkitten:

insanely-smart:

spindle-berry:

Hiddleston Eye Contact: It’s not a game. (x)

Just TRY to move away from that intense stare… I dare you. He’ll find your eyes and keep staring.
ophelia-tagloff balance0fprobability incredifishface catedevalois larouau12 zorped yellowwhaleeye maldivaldandhiddled smittentomkitten
you’ve seen it up close - it that an accurate assessment??

insanely-smart
You’ve seen my pics. Your assessment is fair. More than. You might want to also ask
zhora-salome
to confirm.

Well, I wasn’t moving around as much as the reporter in that gif, but yes, he latches onto you and won’t look away again. Unblinking.
But I never felt intimidated in any way. And that’s not at all why he’s doing it. He’s not doing it to intimidate you. I just think it was drilled into him that it’s polite to look someone in the eye that you have a conversation with. Or something like that. Or it’s because of his acting training. I don’t know.
All I know is that while it may be a bit disconcerting when you are already nervous about meeting him and talking to him, it is also a lovely feeling, because cliché or not, he really is giving you the feeling that there is nothing more important than you in that moment and what you might have to say to him. 
I could feel the glow of that feeling for days afterwards.

This ^

    ophelia-tagloff:

    zhora-salome:

    smittentomkitten:

    insanely-smart:

    spindle-berry:

    Hiddleston Eye Contact: It’s not a game. (x)

    Just TRY to move away from that intense stare… I dare you. He’ll find your eyes and keep staring.
    ophelia-tagloff balance0fprobability incredifishface catedevalois larouau12 zorped yellowwhaleeye maldivaldandhiddled smittentomkitten
    you’ve seen it up close - it that an accurate assessment??
    insanely-smart
    You’ve seen my pics. Your assessment is fair. More than. You might want to also ask
    zhora-salome
    to confirm.

    Well, I wasn’t moving around as much as the reporter in that gif, but yes, he latches onto you and won’t look away again. Unblinking.

    But I never felt intimidated in any way. And that’s not at all why he’s doing it. He’s not doing it to intimidate you. I just think it was drilled into him that it’s polite to look someone in the eye that you have a conversation with. Or something like that. Or it’s because of his acting training. I don’t know.

    All I know is that while it may be a bit disconcerting when you are already nervous about meeting him and talking to him, it is also a lovely feeling, because cliché or not, he really is giving you the feeling that there is nothing more important than you in that moment and what you might have to say to him. 

    I could feel the glow of that feeling for days afterwards.

    This ^

     
  10. 11:42

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    Reblogged from angela4hiddleston

    veronicafercard:

    I apologize