“Jane Austen famously never wrote a scene with men alone in it. I originally had it written that way. A lot was added, but it sort of worked with everything cut down, I think. One of those invented all-male scenes is when Bingley practices making a marriage proposal to Darcy, so he can work up the courage to do it for real. Well, we wanted to show Darcy and Bingley being close for that moment, because they were great friends. We wanted to show that Darcy was a human being instead of being stuck up.
(Deborah Moggach, Screenwriter)
Agent Maria Hill: Sir, how does it work now? They’ve gone their separate ways, some pretty extremely far. We get into a situation like this again, what happens then?
Nick Fury: They’ll come back.
Agent Maria Hill: Are you really sure about that?
Nick Fury: I am.
Agent Maria Hill: Why?
Nick Fury: Because we’ll need them to.
Paul Rudd = Bill in The Perks of Being A Wallflower!! YAY!!
A Jedi Knight? Jeez, I’m out of it for a little while, everyone gets delusions of grandeur!
Banksy - I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time
I’ve always wanted that amazing, falling-in-love, just-instant-clicking, all-night-long phone call that ends in watching a sunset
It’s 3 a.m. here… and Elizabethtown came on… gosh I love this movie :) :)
Drops of Jupiter, Train. I have this song on repeat… sometimes I just love it, sometimes I hate it… thought I’d clip some of my favourite lyrics from it and just paste it on a picture that is expressing my mood at the moment…
Tighten: This town isn’t big enough for two supervillians!
Megamind: Oh, you’re a villain all right, just not a SUPER one.
Tighten: Oh yeah? What’s the difference?
The blood [of the lamb] shall be a sign for you, upon the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and no plague shall fall upon you to destroy you, when I strike the land of Egypt.
God stretched out his hands on the Cross so as to embrace the farthest corners of the universe.
~ St Cyril of Jerusalem (ca. 313-386/387, Father of the Church)
“He became what we are, so that he might make us what he is.”
~ St Athanasius the Great (ca. 295-373, Father of the Church)