❝ What gave me my smile again is really thinking about the fact that I’ve never seen him cry, I’ve never seen him sad and his energy was always up, so I’m like, ‘Why would I be crying and sad and messed up?” —Tyrese Gibson
I don’t get it when people say I wanna go to Europe I mean as a European you gotta be more specific because there’s a major difference between Denmark and Greece so which part of fucking Europe do you wanna go to
Hey, uh, how about Saracen sleeping with the coach’s daughter?
I take this boyfriend thing very, very seriously.
so do I.
oth meme: five storylines [2/5] » school shooting
"So, you wanna know what things were like fifty years ago? Well, the truth is… There’s not a single person in this place worth remembering in fifty years. So don’t believe any of the other crap you’re hearing. Everyone at Tree Hill is a liar. Like, I’m sure Russ Lahodnie, you know, our All-American wrestler, who everybody thinks is this nice, respectable guy. I bet he forgot to mention the fact that he’s the king of slipping girls the date rape-drug. Or Miss Perfect 4.0, Katie Radison? Yeah, three words: gang, bang, abortion. See, people here are fake, so they stick to their cliques to hide it. I mean, the stoners are medicated, the honor students are afraid, and the jocks, well, they’re jocks, man. They’ll peak at seventeen, and their cheerleader girlfriends will be fat and lonely by twenty-one. Losers! Everyone here is a loser! And the truth is, every day I have to come back to this school, is one less day I have to come back."
I’ve watched this scene countless times, and yet this small detail I’ve never noticed before. Pocahontas sprints through the forest, and suddenly the music changes in tempo, perhaps matching her frantic heart. We as the audience want her to get there, we want her to be there with the one she loves.
Pocahontas runs until she run no further, and, reaching the cliff, there is a moment where she leans forward slightly, almost as if she were to dive into the water below and follow him. But, at the last moment, something stops her. It is just this little detail that really makes this scene stand out as one of the most emotional endings to a Disney film.