Richard Brake’s last couple of scenes in Subterfuge are the most glorious thing~
You start the movie thinking “wow, this guy is pretty over the top uh”, and then the movie keeps going and he just keeps losing it more and more, and by the end he’s become nothing but a total mess of pure hysterical rage. I mean look at this guy.
And then he gets the most pathetic fight scene with the main dude, and I’m still laughing because the main dude utterly destroys him and he just looks like he’s kicking a puppy while he does it. All Brake’s character gets to do is punch (and miss) him a bunch of times.
Also gratuitous screenshot because look at his goddamn face:
Since she didn’t follow the original script I can’t copy it (I know the original is down there but it looks simple so I wont.
One specific detail I’ll point out about my handwriting are my a’s. I was writing a story casually when I noticed. My A’s are different from my lower cAse a’s depending on where they are placed. When I write At verses amAzing this deal happens. The same goes doe my E’s. I know there shouldn’t be a difference but most people do A and (A lowercase)/E and (E lowercase).
As for my cursive. I don’t use it much because it looks too… how can I put this? I barley lift my pencil when I write print of cursive. Half the time I don’t understand my own cursive so that’s why I tend to avoid it.
But mainly my hand writing varies on my mood. If I’m in a hurry/angry/frustrated or of sorts the words are closer together and (A) shows up more than (a). When I’m in a good mood/happy/calm my handwriting tends to be spacey and ‘bubbly’ as this chick described.
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