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Let’s discuss how this angle was removed completely.

What this makes me think about is how in early cuts of A League of Their Own, there were a lot more scenes between Dottie and Tom Hanks’ character. There were moments and looks. Sure, there are those too in the final cut, but in the original there were more. There was even a kiss.

They cut that stuff out because test audiences couldn’t understand why Dottie would choose her dumb husband over this other guy she had such great chemistry with. So they had to cut back, to keep the audiences from feeling pissed and ripped off.

That is what this angle makes me think about. 

#stare a little harder at her mouth anna #oh wait that’s literally not possible

 #no but really this angle #is like #you can see EXACTLY how far apart #you can see JUST HOW LONG they watch each other’s mouths #this is one of the gayest shots of all time #still keeping my tags because accurate #stare a little harder at her mouth anna #oh wait that’s literally not possible #ugh you two i fucking swear #it’s like how in the riff off brittany wasn’t supposed to say the ”we out” but she COULD. NOT. HELP. HERSELF. #it’s like that but for an entire movie

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POPULAR BOOKS THAT TAKE THEIR TITLES FROM SHAKESPEARE

shakespeaker:

  • The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. (Julius Caesar)
  • The Mortal Instruments series, Cassandra Clare. (Julius Caesar)
  • Brave New World, Aldous Huxley. (The Tempest)
  • This Thing of Darkness, Harry Thompson. (The Tempest)
  • Under the Greenwood Tree, Thomas Hardy. (As You Like It)
  • The Glimpses of the Moon, Edith Wharton. (Hamlet)
  • Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace. (Hamlet)
  • Time Out of Joint, Philip K. Dick. (Hamlet)
  • Mortal Coils, Aldous Huxley. (Hamlet)
  • Something Rotten, Jasper Fforde (Hamlet)
  • Cold Comfort Farm, Stella Gibbons. (King John)
  • Full Circle, Peter Straub. (King Lear)
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes, Ray Bradbury. (Macbeth)
  • The Sound and the Fury, William Faulkner. (Macbeth)
  • Wyrd Sisters, Terry Pratchett. (Macbeth)
  • The Moon is Down, John Steinbeck (Macbeth)
  • The Winter of Our Discontent, John Steinbeck (Richard III)
  • Pale Fire, Vladimir Nabokov. (Timon of Athens)
  • In Cold Blood, Truman Capote. (Timon of Athens)

And many more. These are just a few. Shakespeare is everywhere.