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lolsomeone-actually:

spiderzoe:

yuur-guardian-angel:

Things Harry Potter Actors say

This is why I love these people

We’re like sisters

"Never put your faith in a Prince. When you require a miracle, trust in a Witch." — Catherynne M. Valente

babypenguinklaine:

Dearest friends-

Though my very first episode aired on TV in November of 2010, the end of this past September actually marked the two year anniversary of a phone call that really turned my life upside down: I was notified that I had been cast as a new character on the popular television series,…

Pretty Little Liars season 5 episode 7 review: The Silence Of E. Lamb

Since the return of Pretty Little Liars’ ubiquitous villain, A hasn’t really had to do much stirring of the pot. The girls, now with the addition of ultimate catalyst for drama, Alison, have been doing a decent enough job of fracturing their previously unbreakable bond all by themselves, and the added threat of a brand new (or old, have we determined which?) adversary is just the cherry on top of the stress cupcake.


Read more: http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/pretty-little-liars/31456/pretty-little-liars-season-5-episode-7-review-the-silence-of-e-lamb#ixzz38UI4X2ng

hashtagpll:

smackdown

Being a fan of something/someone doesn’t mean you have to like or support or defend everything they do.

Switched at Birth Season 3 Review “Girl with Death Mask (She Plays Alone)”

Last week’s Switched at Birth was pretty upsetting stuff, and the aftermath of such a profound loss on a show with so many unique and fragile relationships and familial connections was always going to be messy. The focus of ‘Girl with Death Mask’, as expected, was firmly on Bay and Daphne, as they were pushed down entirely different paths by John and Kathryn, one self-destructing and the other finding comfort and fear in new information.

http://www.tvequals.com/2014/07/22/switched-birth-season-3-review-girl-death-mask-plays-alone/

Finding Carter Season 1 Review “Now You See Me”

This was it. This was the week when Finding Carter tapped into its own potential, worked out the kinks and delivered its most solid hour yet. ‘Now You See Me’ had the exact right balance for all of the show’s elements, comedy coupled with emotional gut-punches and, best of all, it had Max.

http://www.tvequals.com/2014/07/23/finding-carter-season-1-review-now-see/

Shit. Darren Criss did a bad thing. This is very confusing for me.