My love 😍
Love, Rosie 🎞🥺😍❤️
just Sam Claflin being adorable as fuck.
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When Alex tells Rosie “It’s ok, I wasn’t ready to be a dad anyway” and then the shot shows the whole room he had for their baby 😭
Sam Claflin is the literal definition of perfection😭
“I can take care of myself just fine. All right?”
“Keating said that everybody took turns reading and I don’t wanna do that.”
“Gosh, you really have a problem with that, don’t you?”
“N-No, I don’t have a problem, Neil. I just… I don’t wanna do it, okay?”
“What’s going on?”
“Nothin’. Today’s my birthday.”
“Is today your birthday? Happy birthday!”
“He wouldn’t– He wouldn’t have done it.”
“You can’t explain it, Todd.”
“It was his father!”
“He wouldn’t have left us. It’s because he- He wouldn’t have. His dad was– his, his father did it. “
Dead Poets Society (1989)
Wild Child (2009)
I’ve had a hole in my heart for five years and somehow being here, it slowly started to heal. I know I may have looked like a California girl, but in my heart I’ve discovered that I really am an Abbey Mount girl.
Euphoria (2019) + Purple
Euphoria (2019) + C O L O R
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Kat Stratford “iconic lines”
10 TV and Movie Couples That Make Me Believe in Love
There are a lot of sweeping romances, but very few onscreen romances really move me. These are the couples that I will always always love. The ones that make my heart a flutter. The ones that make me say, “That. I want that.”
Have you ever met someone you connect with so easily that before you know it you’ve spent the entire night talking with them? I haven’t, but this movie sure makes me want to. Jesse and Celine meet on a train in Europe. They spend the entire night roaming around Vienna just talking together. It’s filled with little moments like the one above. Their time is limited until sunrise so every moment counts. It all adds up to an unforgettable evening of connecting with someone you’d never expect. The two are so natural and believable together you’ll feel like it’s happening for real.
I loved Jane with Michael so much. He reacted really badly when Jane first found out she was pregnant, but who wouldn’t? He waited years to be with her. He never pressured her into bed with him or complained about it. He always fought to protect Jane and her family. Rafael was a rich pretty boy who offered Jane everything money could buy. But Michael felt more real. He was goofy and hardworking. He truly knew her. He loved her as she was, always encouraged her writing dreams, and ultimately supported her through the all the craziness in her life. I stopped watching after Michael “died” because my heart couldn’t take it.
There’s a quote by Dr. Seuss that describes Andy and April’s relationship perfectly. “We’re all a little weird… and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.” I want someone who loves me for all my weirdness, just like Andy and April love each other for their weirdness. That’s what I call perfect love.
I’m not usually one for teen dramas, but the romance between Joey and Pacey had me hooked. From the beginning of Dawson’s Creek it was clear that Dawson and Joey were meant to be soulmates. Then everything flipped on its head. Dawson’s wisecracking best friend became the romantic lead and Dawson became the villain. Talk about a real turn of events! What really made this relationship special was how it took its time. The two spent three seasons just being friends. The romance slowly crept up on them and we found ourselves wanting more. I mean, just look at the chemistry in that GIF! The show was perfect when they were together. When they weren’t it just wasn’t worth watching.
The relationship between Chuck and Sarah was so sweet and cute. Their struggle to keep things strictly professional despite their growing feelings for each other provided the show with some really great tension. I love that the gender roles are reversed in their relationship. Sarah fights to protect both Chuck’s life and his heart. She sees there’s a purity inside him and wants to protect him from all the corruption in the world. Chuck offers Sarah a life with love, something she never had before. They go through a lot of really crazy adventures together which makes everything even more fun.
I’m a sucker for best friends who fall in love. Rosie and Alex are childhood best friends whose lives go on different paths as adults. They support each other through university, marriages, affairs, divorces, and the death of a parent. It’s beautiful to watch such a loving friendship. The chemistry between the two is so palpable that we want them to be together forever. It’s a beautifully shot movie with beautiful lighting and beautiful people.
Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago are marriage couple goals. They have a real connection. They share inside jokes and work well together as a team. They understand, accept, and even prepare for the other’s kinks and flaws. They both respect each other at work without getting jealous of each other’s successes. They build each other up. Both are better people because of their relationship together, and it is very visible as we watch them grow throughout the seasons.
I’m a grown woman, but I literally dream of Peter Kavinsky. He’s the ideal boyfriend. Popular and good looking, but more importantly, kind, considerate, and forgiving. He likes Lara Jean for who she is, even though she is shy, awkward, and wishy washy. Lara Jean is such a relatable character, we feel like we are falling in love with Peter Kavinsky along with her. Because we are!
(I know some fans are going to bring up John Ambrose from the second film. I was totally Team John Ambrose in the books, but I liked that movie Lara Jean still chose Peter. I think Lana Condor still has better chemistry with Noah Centineo than with Jordan Fisher. Mostly, I think it’s easy to choose a new guy when things get hard or when you’re feeling insecure. Choosing to be with someone once you realize they aren’t actually perfect is when the relationship becomes real. Also, Lara Jean has a tendency to shut people out when things get hard. She needs to push through or she’ll never be happy. Though leading John Ambrose on was really bad… He deserves better!)
I went into the live action remake of Cinderella with low expectations and came out with a massive crush on Richard Madden. Can we just look into his blue eyes for a minute? The chemistry between these two was electric. The scene where Cinderella and Prince Kit meet in the forest was perfect. They share mutual core beliefs of courage and kindness. He shows empathy towards her when he sees she’s being mistreated at home. We even see some playful interaction between them regarding the stag. And then there’s the ballroom scene. His line, “Believe me, they’re all looking at you,” will make you want to find someone who looks at you the way Kit looks at Cinderella.
There have been a number of different versions of the classic Anne of Green Gables books, including the most recent Anne with an E. My favorite is still the 80′s version with Megan Follows. Anne and Gilbert will always be my Number One couple. Things start out bitterly as Gilbert offends Anne by teasing her about her red hair. As children they are rivals at school, but it actually pushes them both to excel. We watch them grow past their bad first impression into good friends who support each other. What I really love is that Anne pursues her own goals first. She gets the chance to be her own person first. Once she does, she realizes that she truly loves Gilbert. Both Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea end perfectly. The first with Gilbert lovingly calling Anne “Carrots” and the latter with the two finally kissing for the first time.
Me Before You (2016)
All I can say is that you make me… you make me into someone I couldn’t even imagine. You make me happy, even when you’re awful. I would rather be with you - even the you that you seem to think is diminished - than with anyone else in the world
Love, Rosie (2014)
Because I’ve realized that no matter where you are or what you’re doing, or who you’re with, I will always honestly, truly, completely love you.
Alaska Young (Looking for Alaska)
It always shocked me when I realized that I wasn’t the only person in the world who thought and felt such strange and awful things.”
Paper Towns (2015)
It is so hard to leave—until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world.
Your friendship has brought glorious technicolor to my life.