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All Good Things Film

If there's anything we know and understand, it's chick flicks. The good, the bad, the ugly- we've seen 'em all...and we'll see 'em again. Perfect for girls' night, a rainy day solo on the couch, or even for a cuddle sesh with bae; here are 100 of the best...

The 100 Best Chick Flicks Of All Time

If there's anything we know and understand, it's chick flicks. The good, the bad, the ugly- we've seen 'em all...and we'll see 'em again. Perfect for girls' night, a rainy day solo on the couch, or even for a cuddle sesh with bae; here are 100 of the best...

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Did you spot all the Harry Potter references in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them?

Harry Potter Easter Eggs and callbacks in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them _ How many JK Rowling Harry Potter references did you spot?

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The Shawshank Redemption Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying Remember Red, hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.

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Elf (2003)

Elf (2003). I'll admit it. I just never got Will Ferrell until I saw elf. He's childish, but in the best way possible. When holiday stress starts to edge out the good stuff, I pop this dvd into the player and get the joy of the season back again.

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All Good Things (2010)

How is Gosling still so handsome disguised as a sociopath with male pattern baldness?

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It was the last one that my dislike towards Snape changed to loathing.

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An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

The Popcorn Dance makes you look like popcorn popping. Take little hops side to side while moving your hands in the opposite direction of your feet.

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The 20 Most Stylish Men of Old Hollywood

The 20 Most Stylish Men of Hollywood's Golden Age - Best Dressed Men of All Time - Esquire

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Le Bon, La Brute, et le Truand

"There are two types of people in the world my friend. Those with loaded guns & those who dig... you dig"

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11 Style Lessons Learned From Clueless

amelie Materialism. In this generation, the measure of your success depends on the goods you own, how much stuff you have, what care you or your parents drive, what you wear and where you live. Kids naturally want things, especially if their friends have it too. Now don't get me wrong, I think we have all been guilty of begging our parents for that new pair of shoes that you believe will make you 'cooler' at school, or the newest iPhone so you can seem 'up to date' with the newest…

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