Clintasha 5/10 AUs | AU "Reincarnation"
↳Based on the book "The Eternal Ones" by Kirsten Miller
"Do you... Did you ever love him?"
"Loki? NO! not once. Love is for children."
"In that case, I am a child."
"Clint, you know why I can't say those three little words to you, right? This life, Loki, the Red Room, everything I've seen and done..."
"It's okay Nat, I know you love me."
"Perhaps in our next life things will be different for us."
"I wish it were that easy. I look for you in every life, but I don’t always find you. And sometimes I find you too late."


The chase through the sewers is not just a marvellous combination of acting, directing and cinematography, but an outstanding example of editing. From In Search of the Third Man (Charles Drazin):

A serious difficulty was Orson Welles’ failure to arrive in Vienna until long after he was due. It was decided as far as possible to double for him. Guy Hamilton (Assistant Director) was one of the people who acted as his stand-in. [Those are his fingers clutching the grate at the end.] He became adept at running in front of an arc light and sending a shadow scurrying down alleyway walls. To hide the fact that he wasn’t Orson Welles, he wore a big hat and a black coat, and Reed made him leave a coat-hanger in to bulk out his much slimmer frame. 

When Welles finally did turn up…he launched into a tirade, furious that he should be expected to work in such filthy conditions. The British crew…were rather taken aback but there was nothing they could do except watch him storm off. ‘Well,’ said Reed, ‘it’s his first day, he’s nervous, and we’ve got so many other things to do. We will just have to build a sewer in Shepperton.’

Given his refusal to go down in the sewers there was really very little for Welles to do in Vienna. He ‘had one day’s shot walking to the Prater wheel, and walking away from the Prater wheel,’ recalled Guy Hamilton, ‘and I think I’m right in saying that was the sum total of Orson’s Viennese contribution.’ All the shots of him in the sewers took place many weeks later at Shepperton - with its more hygienic water supply. 

man I just bought my tickets for the Maze Runner……..
I don’t think I can handle Dylan on the big screen…
I NEED TO RE-READ THE BOOK I’M ekjoifaejgojo

I really need to re read Corey’s books. He’s inadvertently has given me so many quotes to live by.
He may be “not normal looking” but my god that man is extremely intelligent/funny and I cannot wait to get my hands on his third book sometime next year!

I’ve picked up at free book today…

the title? ‘This Side Of Heaven’

the reason? I thought the title was ’ Then Came Heaven’ and got excited, so picked it up, then re-read title. Pants, it’s not. But I read the blurb anyway. None of it really went in, but it sounds good so I took it back to our caravan (still holidaying). Then I re-read the blurb, the main character’s name is Sheila…

I swear the show has controlled my mind

Rule one: Always post the rules

Rule two: answer the questions the who tagged you asked and write eleven new ones

Rule three: tag eleven people and link them to the post

Rule four: actually tell them you tagged them (I see this rule as more of a suggestion really as now we can directly tag people and them get notified by the tag)

 I was tagged by: rumbleroarsslumberingcubs

1. What was your first Celebrity Crush? John Schneider (Bo Duke from The Dukes of Hazzard. Yeah I’m old).

2. What is the book you’ve re-read the most? None. I have too many books I want to read. I have no need to re-read books.

3.If you could pick only ONE book to get to read like it was the first time again, what would it be? Twilight (Cause I read it before the movie came out so I had no preconceived ideas. I loved it.)

4. What is the first album (as in music) that you owned? Cyndi Lauper - She’s So Unusual

5. Backstreet Boys or N*Sync? I think N*Sync wins simply for Bye Bye Bye. That song still rocks my socks. Plus I love Justin Timberlake. But to be honest, I think overall BSB has more songs that I like.

6. What TV Show that has ended would you want to come back? PanAm! I loved that show!!

7. What is your favorite episode of your Favorite TV Show? The Office - the episode when Jim told Pam he was in love with her. Although any episode will do.

8. What is your favorite form of art? Music

9. Would you rather make something yourself or buy it? Honestly I suck and hand making stuff, so I’d buy it. <—same

10. If you could have a mural painted on your wall what would it be? Hmmm…I’d have to think about that…no idea right now…

11. What is your biggest fear? something happening to my kids

My New Questions are:

1. if you could marry one fictional character who would it be? Jim Halpert (The Office) or Paul Buchman (Mad About You - always had a crush on him lol)

2. What is your favorite impulse buy? bracelets

3. pop-tarts or toaster strudel? toaster strudel

4. what movie have you seen in the theater more then twice? Well Jersey Boys was only twice…let me think…I think way back in the 90s I saw Legends of the Fall several times (Brad Pitt, yeah), and I may have gone to see Moonlight & Valentino more than twice (Jon Bon Jovi yum).

5. What is your favorite dinosaur? no idea

6. what song haven’t you listened to in years but you would still know every word to if it were play? I don’t think this applies to me - I rarely go years without hearing songs I like. But if I did, maybe something from my childhood. NKOTB or New Edition?

7. were you a fan of the land before time movies? if so who was your favorite character? Never saw them.

8. Do you sleep with a comfort item like a teddy bear or a blanket? Nope

9. psychopaths or sociopaths? huh?

10. What is you favorite accent? (like British, Irish, country Etc.) British

11. What is your favorite quote? “Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my mind the most.”

rumbleroarsslumberingcubs Questions:

1. If you’ve read HP, what’s your favorite book? Hmm probably either The Prisoner of Azkaban or The Goblet of Fire

2. If you were to choose any place in the world to visit, where would it be? Italy

3. What celebritiy’s style do you most love? ??Not sure

4. If you could meet one celebrity who would it be and what would you do/say? John Lloyd Young, I have no idea what I’ll do or say. Pass out maybe.

5. Who is your favorite talk show host? (Like Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Ellen DeGeneres, Graham Norton, etc.)
Jimmy Fallon :) (Although I do love Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart and Ellen).

6. Favorite comedian? Jim Gaffigan (and Mitch Hedberg, miss him)

7. What movie do you love to watch when you’re sick? Probably something like When Harry Met Sally or Sleepless in Seattle

8. Peanut Butter or Jelly? Peanut Butter

9. Thoughts on Nutella? It’s ok. Haven’t had any in a while.

10. Real life OTP? I don’t know what that means.

11. Favorite musical? Jersey Boys

cbecrad’s questions:

1. Do you like disco music?

2. Last concert you went to?

3. How tall are you?

4. Do you still use crayons?

5. Do you wear glasses and/or contacts?

6. If you were a color, what would you be?

7. Favorite perfume?

8. If you could only wear one pair of shoes for a year, what would they be?

9. Name a song that will be stuck in your head the rest of the day after you hear it.

10. 70s or 80s?

11. Mexican or Italian food?

I tag: badger-2000, deaths-whore, fuckyeahmattnalton, hiddletrek, jlyfan1982, lovingjohnlloydyoung, number1hickey, raptureinbleu, thefourseasonsfan, vintagekalligraphy, youarekillianmehugh


…I find myself thinking I need to re-read a Tammy book.

I’m like “Have I re-read Mastiff yet this year? No? Surely I’m due.” Regardless of the fact that I’ve probably read Mastiff 6 times in 3 years (3 of those times being in October 2011 I shit you not), I feel like I want to read it again because Beka/Farmer <3.

I have three different books already on the go but here I am having just checked my LibraryThing to find that, no I’ve not read it yet this year, seriously tempted to start reading Mastiff again.

Why the fuck not? I love Tammy’s books and I will probably end up re-reading at least half of them every year until I’m too blind to read.