all-about-bette:

Now, Voyager was an important turning point in Bette Davis’ career. Her great effectiveness was her reserve. Unlike other actresses in melodrama her lip didn’t quiver, she didn’t cry. She held back with this incredible reserve and let you cry, and let you go through all of the catharsis of the character. Most actresses chew the scenery. Whenever they can they cry, and they rant, and they rave… And Bette Davis didn’t. When you thought she was gonna chew the scenery she was very reserved, and then when she had a scene that could be bland when it was done by other people, that’s when the fire exploded from her.

Susan Granger (film critic)

splendiforouslove:

golddustmotherfucker:

If Stevie Nicks Ran A Weather Forecast

JESUS CHRIST YOU GUYS ARE LITERALLY THE REASON WHY I REMAIN ON TUMBLR <3

tardisheart:

DO YOU EVER WANNA TALK ABOUT A THING SO MUCH YOU’RE GONNA EXPLODE BUT NO ONE WANTS TO HEAR ABOUT THE THING SO YOU CAN’T AND JUST WOW! LET! ME! TALK! ABOUT! THE! THING!

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Anni-Frid Lyngstad

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fuzzy-knees:

reilluminated:

My mom let her facebook friends/family know what’s up regarding me just now and this is how she did it.

Heck yeah, mom.

Cutest shit I have pretty much ever seen

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Oh Ethel, you’re just about the swellest friend a person ever had.

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teganquinruinedmylife:

teganquinruinedmylife:

I’m giving this to my history teacher

Today is the day

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jeanssimmions:

Joan Crawford

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#joan crawford