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When Mrs Hudson is held hostage in the apartment. | 14 Times Mrs Hudson Was The Best Thing About "Sherlock"

14 Times Mrs Hudson Was The Best Thing About "Sherlock"

When Mrs Hudson is held hostage in the apartment. | 14 Times Mrs Hudson Was The Best Thing About "Sherlock"

One of the most beautiful moments and speeches of the Discworld. Thank you Terry Pratchett.

One of the most beautiful moments and speeches of the Discworld. Thank you Terry Pratchett.

Aside from the fact that Terry Pratchett is my fave writer of all time this is one of the best articulations of this view I have ever read. (for those interested this is Death talking to his granddaughter Susan)

Jim Henson's 'The Labyrinth' was another childhood favourite and still is due to the brilliant use of props, sets, costumes and creatures.

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.

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...

Point Break

Point Break movie "Right around that corner, there is a sandwich shop. They sell meatball sandwiches. Best I've ever tasted. Would you go get me two? Come on partner. Two. Thank you... Utah, get me TWO!"

The Lost Boys

Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest, Barnard Hughes, Edward Herrmann, Kiefer Sutherland. Director: Joel Schumacher