It all started with this fabulous photo of the two, which is serious #goals in about every way possible.
How could my patronus be in the form of such a timid and placid animal? I wanted an animal that had some fight in him.
It was close to my heart because I’ve done things to hurt myself. It sounds cowardly and weak, but I actually almost hurt myself.
I can go on and on about how useless and ineffectual this entire movie was, but at a certain point the question I asked myself throughout the two hours I sat in the theater had to be leveled against myself: what’s the point?
Not only did I find a lot of myself in Belle with her love of reading and longing for adventure and love, but also I learned many lessons which I still carry with me today.
Like Belle, I, too am a Motherless Daughter.
If you’re already stoked about the new Power Rangers film that’s coming out this Friday, you might have another reason to look forward to it: the franchise will reportedly feature an LGBT Ranger.
When the life Sebastian didn’t choose flashes before his eyes, he doesn’t try to fight it or change it. He doesn’t act entitled to it. He accepts it with tragic grace.
Some of these documentaries are not for the faint of heart. You have been warned!