What is also fascinating about this film is that the villainess (Gothel) masks her villainy in the guise of love. She does not have the wealth of Cruella De Ville, nor the magic of Sleeping Beauty’s Maleficent. She is only equipped with an arsenal of emotional manipulation and self-esteem grenades, designed to keep Rapunzel afraid of the world and herself. As such, she is an amazing archetype for the devouring mother that many women must (to greater or lesser degrees) face in order to get free, and fully come into their own. [x]
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My current obsessions include
How To Train Your Dragon.
Harry Potter (always)
Hunger Games and
Gregor the Overlander!
I watch a lot of shows, but my favourite is Merlin!!!
I always follow back!
REASONS TO LOVE PROFESSOR MINERVA MCGONAGALL
"i hope no one dies"
A+ fucking gif usage.
Misha explains why Castiel is socially awkward (x)
Q: We’ve seen Cas trying to learn to be human over the past five years. In the first episode of the season this year all of a sudden at least three angels have learned to be human in a day. How do you explain that?
4.13 - Alone
This is the most useful thing I’ve ever reblogged.
i used to think when people said my cousin twice removed that their cousin must’ve did some fucked up shit to get kicked out of the family twice
When I found this the first thing I thought was “now I can find out how Count Olaf is related to the Baudelaire children.”
thank god someone made a graphic for this
If you are that far removed I tend to not claim you.
these make me insanely happy.
sam winchester in every episode ⇢ 1.09 home
Dean and Cas, when they’re not sure if they are ever going to see the other again. (But somehow they always do.)