I am driven. I am hardworking. I am intelligent. I am an idiot. I make mistakes...all the time. I love too much. I hate too much. I don't ask enough questions. I'm shy. I'm quiet. I act. I can recite the constitution to you. I can be a princess one day...and a dog the other. My hair defines me. Someday you'll see me on the silver screen. I dream. I wish upon stars. I refuse to grow up. I am just...Mallory.

18th August 2014

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15th August 2014

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They say every atom in our bodies was once part of a star. Maybe I’m not leaving. Maybe I’m going home.
— Gattaca, 1997 (via artvevo)

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21st June 2014

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pureimpala:

So many of the kids on television have really nice clothes, perfect skin and hair. I just really wanted to see a movie that felt authentic to what I observe when I’m watching teenagers out in public.”

Gia Coppola - Writer/Director, Palo Alto

4th June 2014

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splendr:

is this the fault in our stars

splendr:

is this the fault in our stars

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4th June 2014

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ggaga:

when kids show u their drawings

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4th June 2014

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bitchesaloud:

me

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4th June 2014

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31st May 2014

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11th April 2014

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8th April 2014

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hondacynic:

Yooo if you guys have seen The Room and you haven’t read The Disaster Artist you need to ASAP. This book is so unbelievably interesting and in depth discusses the behind the scenes making of that beautifully bad movie, and also explores the strange, often-one-sided, and profoundly sad friendship of the narrator (the actor who plays Mark in The Room) and Tommy Wiseau (the man in this photo aka the writer, producer, director, and star of The Room). One of the best books I’ve read in a while; Funny, interesting, well-written, and touching.

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