I finished the Ninth Doctor arc of Doctor Who last night, and by the end I was legitimately bawling my eyes out.
This was my exact reaction:
Doctor Nine: “Let’s go to Barcelona”
Me: “NO, YOU AND ROSE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TOGETHER YOU CAN’T DIE NOW”
Doctor Nine: *explodes into a cloud of gold glitter*
Me: *Ugly, horrible sobbing*
- Doctor Ten shows up -
Doctor Ten: “Well, how about Barcelona?”
Me: “WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU”
I want the next Marvel movie to just open with Coulson in a hospital gown screaming blue murder at Nick Fury for getting tomato sauce on his vintage trading cards
Well, let’s see now: Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix, because, well… I won’t spoil it, but it might have been because a certain someone *cough
Sirius cough* might have been pushed into a certain archway in the certain *cough Death Chamber cough* place.
The only time the Twilight series ever made me cry (and not when Edward left her, which is where every other girl who read the book cried) was in the last book when Jacob imprints or whatever on the little demon child. Seriously, if I were Bella, I would have been pissed for many reasons that no one that I’ve ever talked to about it understands.
Kate DiCamillo’s (Because of Winn-Dixie) The Tiger Rising because damn, that shouldn’t be a kid’s book.
And finally (the last one I can remember off the top of my head) Bridge to Terabithia because GOSH. DAMN. NO ONE SHOULD READ THAT BOOK UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE SCARRED FOR LIFE FUCKING HELL.
May I direct your attention to the very end of the Avengers film, pre-credits, where Hill is calmly asking Director Fury about the Avengers re-assembling? Great. There is a part afterwards where the camera pans out along the bridge of the helicarrier.
Now, when I was watching this low-quality version of the film on my laptop, I noticed this man. Just Saturday, I went to the theatre to get a more up-close look at this man.
Guess what. It’s Coulson.
You’re welcome. :|
WHAT IS THIS MADNESS
Oh My Fucking God YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
FINALLY SOMEONE NOTICED THIS.
(Missed a day again whooops)
Ah, I would probably have to say that my favorite movie is Léon: The Professional.
Story: A young girl named Mathilda lives in New York City with her father, step-mother, older sister, and little brother. She hates her hectic, abusive life with her family, and is having trouble with school. One day, when she had stepped out of the apartment to buy some milk, corrupt DEA agents broke into her house, looking for her father (who had been stashing drugs for them in his apartment) and kill everybody inside. Mathilda comes home, sees what has happened, and is pulled to safety by Léon: an older hitman who lives down the hall. Mathilda ends up enlisting the help of Léon to train her how to kill so she can avenge her little brother - the one person who she cared about.
This movie not only has a killer (get it?) stroyline/cinematic style, but also has my three favorite actors of all time in it (Gary Oldman, Jean Reno, Natalie Portman).
THERE I FINISHED THIS THING, ENJOY 8)
Big hugs and smooches to baysalt for helping out with colouring a bunch of scenes! Also to everyone who stopped by the livestreams I did throughout working on this, you guys are the best. *u*
So, I finished Howl’s Moving Castle today!
#Howl's Moving Castle
#Witch of the Waste
#Diana Wynne Jones
#Castle in the Air
#House of Many Ways
#Hauru no Ugoku Shiro
I watched this for the first time last night!
I’ve wanted to watch this movie for about six months now, and last night I was looking through the movies my parents had recorded and OH MY GOSH THEY RECORDED MIDNIGHT IN PARIS!!!
Okay, something I need to get off my chest: Gil is engaged to a supremely evil bitch named Inez who can’t appreciate art or anything that Gil likes.
Now, I know Gil is the artist-type, and as the artist-type he has that sort-of ‘must punish myself/not let myself me happy’ attitude, but JEEZ dude, why her of all people?? GAH she just pissed me off so much it was unbearable!
But I think the version I watched wasn’t the full one, because I’ve seen a couple of gifs of Gil, Dali, and someone else in a car, and then there was another one where they looked like they were in a hospital because they were all kinda beat-up. Unfortunately I didn’t see that in the movie, so I guess it was a deleted scene or something. A bit disappointing none the less!
All-in-all, it was a really good movie that I can’t seem to explain very well!
The only problems that I had with it was that there wasn’t enough of Tom Hiddleston and Adrien Brody!