Picking the right guy to play Obama, that was the challenge, I mean, who is Obama really? We don’t know. We never got his transcripts and they say he’s kinda aloof. So I needed someone who could really dive in and really become Barack Obama and as it turns out, the answer was right in front of me all along: Daniel Day Lewis. He becomes his characters – Hawkeye from ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ and Bill the Butcher from ‘Gangs of New York’ and Abraham Lincoln in, ‘Lincoln’. And you know what? He nailed it. - Steven Spielberg (x)
this is the funniest shit i have ever seen
And the Oscar for “The Coolest President Ever” goes to….
Oun Sambath and his pet python.
A few months after Oun Sambath was born, his family found a baby python under his mattress. They carefully took it outside, but during the night it returned to be with the baby boy. The boy’s father prayed, and decided that the snake belonged to the boy and would bring them happiness.
The boy and the snake have been together ever since. They have played together, have slept together, and even have talked together.
“What do you say to the snake?” People have asked the boy.
“That is a secret,” the boy has replied.
is this some voldemort shit
“He didn’t feel it when I was there, but after I went back, he felt bad. There was no one to cook for him. But whatever it is, just the fact that he felt that way made me happy. But I don’t want him to feel sorry, I just want him to feel that he should treat me better.. I don’t want him to be apologetic.. I think there’s a huge difference.” - HWANG BO
“If only she would realize that I do think of her a lot.. Not as a blunt kid groom, but someone who’s attentive, and someone who will be good to her… I wish she would see me like that.” - HYUN JOONG
“We are only human, and the gods have fashioned us for love. That is our great glory, and our great tragedy.”
you are my sunshine
my only sunshine
you make me happy
when skies are gray
you’ll never know dear
how much i love you
please dont take
my sunshine away
the single greatest scene in the history of cinema