Moon river,

Moon River, wider than a mile,
I'm crossing you in style some day.
Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker,
wherever you're going I'm going your way.
Two drifters off to see the world.
There's such a lot of world to see.
We're after the same rainbow's end--
waiting 'round the bend,
my huckleberry friend,
Moon River and me.
operafantomet:

"The character Christine is a classic one - it reminds of other girls. As other girls she’s getting to know herself. But I think she’s still very dependent on her father; even though he’s dead she hasn’t let go of him, and as I see it she finds herself in the Phantom. For the first time she explores her darker sides, her whole inner self, her feelings and sexuality, and through that she frees herself from the memory of her father and can work towards becoming a mature human being. A human being with a good heart, able to accept a flawed human being"(Hanne Damm, one of the original Danish Christines, 2001) 

operafantomet:

"The character Christine is a classic one - it reminds of other girls. As other girls she’s getting to know herself. But I think she’s still very dependent on her father; even though he’s dead she hasn’t let go of him, and as I see it she finds herself in the Phantom. For the first time she explores her darker sides, her whole inner self, her feelings and sexuality, and through that she frees herself from the memory of her father and can work towards becoming a mature human being. A human being with a good heart, able to accept a flawed human being"

(Hanne Damm, one of the original Danish Christines, 2001

sarcasticsadism:

….
What the hell was going through Jack’s mind when thinking up tortures?
"I’ll lock Hannibal in a cage and call him the Musical Fruit!"
Alright. I can get behind that. It’s humiliating and amusing/entertaining. I get it.
"I’ll chain Wuya up and make her dress up as my own cheerleader!"
Again, pretty humiliating, and those cuffs has got to chafe after a while, right? 
Oh, but what about Chase, Jack?
"…I’LL STRIP HIM TO HIS BOXERS AND CUFF ALL FOUR OF HIS LIMBS! THEN I’LL PUT HIM UNDER THE CHINESE WATER TORTURE WHILE HAVING A MACHINE SPREAD BUTTER ON HIS STOMACH??????"
…

sarcasticsadism:

….

What the hell was going through Jack’s mind when thinking up tortures?

"I’ll lock Hannibal in a cage and call him the Musical Fruit!"

Alright. I can get behind that. It’s humiliating and amusing/entertaining. I get it.

"I’ll chain Wuya up and make her dress up as my own cheerleader!"

Again, pretty humiliating, and those cuffs has got to chafe after a while, right? 

Oh, but what about Chase, Jack?

"…I’LL STRIP HIM TO HIS BOXERS AND CUFF ALL FOUR OF HIS LIMBS! THEN I’LL PUT HIM UNDER THE CHINESE WATER TORTURE WHILE HAVING A MACHINE SPREAD BUTTER ON HIS STOMACH??????"

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“Oh, my betrothed of a day, if I did not love you, I would not give you my lips! Take them, for the first time and the last.” 

(Source: electricportcullis, via muirin007)

The Prince of Egypt - Broadway Dreamcast - Norm Lewis as Jethro

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When I get through with you, you’ll look like… What do you call beautiful? A tree. You’ll look like a tree. - Funny Face (1957)

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thornicating:

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