Hyde murdering more than one person isn’t a problem imho since our culture/media has changed since 1885. Back then, one murder of a character is :O now days we have heros who gladly murder people off (not to mention to hoards of citizens that are killed) in order to stay honest to the source material in an indirect adaption with the same theme (and if you’re striving for the same effect), you have to make hyde a serial killer, you have to make him kill off heavily characterized people. You have to go for the same effect, not staying on book because you want to be “”“”“faithful”“”“.

anonymous asked:

What do you think the plot of a possible Milo Murphy movie could be about?

The world exploding and everyone moved to another solar system and adpating and restarting from there

and they all lived happily ever after.

the end

Btw one aspect of Hond that I feel gets always brushed over is that 16 YEAR OLD ESMERALDA who only wants to find her mother dies because much older men want to use her for their sexual pleasure and drag her into their schemes and project on her. Like, all the guys she encounters (except Clopin) fall for her beauty (and except for Quasimodo) try to get in her pants (including Gringoire who drops her like a hot potato and doesn’t care for her as a person at all after his failed attempt, the same as Phoebus did later). 

And I’ve never found an adpation that keeps this creepy age gap since most if not all age her up to at least young adult, but I really wish there was one. 

And I think I talk mainly about movies/ series here but if you know of any adaption that keeps it tell me please!

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anonymous asked:

Wrong, BBC!Irene is brilliant and I love her.

i’m not sure how you can love someone who exists only to act as a pretty face for a majority cast of straight white males to look at, who is the plot device to prove that a straight white man is human, who is only a little queer for the purpose of plot device and queerbaiting and a couple “clever jokes” (and who later has that queerness negated), who has no substantial backstory, who doesn’t pass the bechdel test, who is naked for most of the episode for the pleasure of straight white men, who has to end the episode being saved by the aforementioned straight white man, who the only things she can say are flirty, clever quips that always, always have to do with sex (it’s like women can only be used for sex!!1!!!11!!), who’s had her origin in the source material completely negated, and who literally cannot live (or die) without a straight white man being involved

but go ahead and call me wrong if u rly want to

some choice links:


why irene adler is THE most annoying character in every update of sherlock holmes, ever

steven moffat, sherlock, and neo-victorian sexism

irene adler: an iconic woman

can we talk about irene adler for a sec? i want to talka bout irene adler for a sec

regarding irene always being just a pawn for the straight white male:

irene adler: the modern retellings of sherlock holmes have her all wrong

irene adler: how to butcher a brilliant woman character

THE woman: irene adler

irene’s origin story and how adaptations negate that:

why can’t any recent sherlock holmes adpatation get irene adler right

sherlock goes sexist: arthur conan doyle is very disappointed

irene adler as a sex symbol/oversexualized character:

taming the woman: irene adler and the male gaze

irene adler is not a strong female character

the queerness of irene adler:

sherlock–“a scandal in belgravia” or the fall of irene adler

steven moffat and sexism:

is sherlock sexist? steven moffat’s wanton women

sexism in sherlock

what we hate when we hate irene adler: or, those damn white males are at it again (not sure if i agree with a lot of this, but it has good points)

seven moffat and queerbaiting:

bisexuality in doctor who and the queerbaiting antics of steven moffat (one of my favorite articles of all time!!)

a study in queerbaiting (this is rly good too)

bonus! general information and fun:

hark a vagrant: strong female characters

tv tropes: femme fatale

tv tropes: brains and bondage

historical analysis: women as “the sex” during the victorian era


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You are what you love, not what loves you. It was mine, that love. I owned it.
  • Charlie Kaufman: There was this time in high school. I was watching you out the library window. You were talking to Sarah Marsh.
  • Donald Kaufman: Oh, God. I was so in love with her.
  • Charlie Kaufman: I know. And you were flirting with her. And she was being really sweet to you.
  • Donald Kaufman: I remember that.
  • Charlie Kaufman: Then, when you walked away, she started making fun of you with Kim Canetti. And it was like they were laughing at *me*. You didn't know at all. You seemed so happy.
  • Donald Kaufman: I knew. I heard them.
  • Charlie Kaufman: How come you looked so happy?
  • Donald Kaufman: I loved Sarah, Charles. It was mine, that love. I owned it. Even Sarah didn't have the right to take it away. I can love whoever I want.
  • Charlie Kaufman: But she thought you were pathetic.
  • Donald Kaufman: That was her business, not mine. You are what you love, not what loves you. That's what I decided a long time ago.

It upsets me that Hollywood has decided to dumb down (by the looks of the trailer) a classic western that is, The Magnificent Seven from the 60′s – which was an American adaptation of Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai!! 

Ugh! I think I just may have to watch Seven Samurai soon… 

“A person with BPD is not just someone behaving badly. They are trying to adapt to the large amount of emotional pain that they feel. Sometimes these adpatations will take the form of dangerous and distructive behavior, but that behavior is not about anyone other than themselves – in other words the behavior is not about you”

Most accurate thing ever.