1. Steve Rogers is not just some dumb soldier who follows orders, he thinks outside the box and asks questions and considers consequences.
2. Peggy Carter had plans to eat that boy alive before he became a delicious roast beefcake in Howard Stark’s hottie machine.
3. I don’t understand people who didn’t enjoy this movie.
I frikken love this movie. I’m so damn excited for the sequel, it’s not even funny.
Jesus, how shitty are these soldiers? It’s not that tall a fucking pole, people. 17 years? Build a human tower if you’re too physically weak to actually climb it. You’d only need like 3 people.
Mulan could do it. Hell I could probably climb that pole and I have fibromyalgia.
Fucking incompetent US army.
Okay yeah, those particular guys are kinda dumb. And the 17 years comment isn’t helping the impression. Notice he doesn’t give them much time to actually think about it though.
If thou art a true discipline of the Dark Sun, cast aside thine ire,
hear the voice of mineself, Gwyndolin, and kneel before me.
I almost forgot…..Nevada State Senator Kelvin Atkinson comes out as a black gay man todayTHROW THAT SHADE SENATOR!!
Holy shit, this is wonderful!
"…Imagine a post-apocalyptic mermaid situation."
If you don’t think soul mates exist after watching this I don’t even know what to say to you.
And what I love about it is how perfectly they match up, how much their lives connect and overlap, how much they love each other, but they still only think of each other as friends. I think that’s such an amazing kind of relationship. Non romantic soul mates are just beautiful.
Avatar: The Last Airbender — Last Agni Kai/The Phoenix King
the single most heartbreaking piece of music to ever be music ever ever ever ever ever ever
I remember when this came on and I was expecting some huge battle music, but then the strings came in and the drums did too, and I realised that ending battle was this sad, terrible thing that wasn’t supposed to be happening, and I just kinda sank into my couch at that point…
I want [female characters] to be allowed to be weak and strong and happy and sad – human, basically. The fallacy in Hollywood is that if you’re making a ‘feminist’ story, the woman kicks ass and wins. That’s not feminist, that’s macho. A movie about a weak, vulnerable woman can be feminist if it shows a real person that we can empathize with.
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