basically the entire movie

anonymous asked:

are pepper and tony really getting engaged? if they are and something happens and they don't get married i'm gonna murder someone

okay so this is kind of a SPOILERRR so anyone who doesn’t wanna know DON’T LOOK

ok i think we’re safe XD

YES i think it’s about 95% true, people who have aready seen SpiderMan: Homecoming spoiled basically the entire movie with dat pepperony scene. im not saying it has to happen but to me everything adds up. let me tell you why

1. Gwyneth was recently asked if she was ever gonna reprise her role as Pepper Potts, she could just say she doesn’t know and it wouldn’t give away anything, but she said she’s not allowed to say. and there’s a BIG difference. it means MCU still has some kind of a deal with her and why would they have a deal if she wasn’t in it?

2. there’s a huge possibility Tony Strak will die in Infinity War. but HEAR ME OUT. i obviously don’t want this, i’d hate it, i’ve already lost my one big OTP like this and it was hard time for me. but he might die and i’m saying all the time i’d rather be prepared for it than to deny it against all the signs. Tony won’t be in the second SpiderMan movie, it’s been confirmed as well. and Homecoming is the last movie with him in it before Infinity War happens. if he were to die soon they would HAVE TO give him and Pepper some kind of closure and a marriage would be the only way to do it. and again, here me out… it’s better to have a closure when the character’s death is inevitable than to have nothing at all. i know it hurts but it will hurt like hell anyway. but it’s gonna be easier for us to know he had everything closed up, that he died.. happy?

still, he may not die at all, I HOPE HE DOESN’T, but this is one of those things that have to be pointed out.

3. Pepper was mentioned in Civil War in a very specific way, asking if she was pregnant wasn’t exactly necessary, like Steve could just ask where she was or something. back then their split up didn’t make me that angry, because i sensed a strong foreshadowing in that scene, but that’s just my feeling.

4. Tony’s entire plotline in Homecoming is basically “protect Peter for all cost”. this is gonna be very down to earth which finally gives some room for pepperony. when there’re too many characters like it was in Civil War or will be in Infinity War, im not surprised they’re not focusing much on relationships of each one of them. now we don’t have any international or alien threat so we can finally focus on main characters.

so yeah, i believe it’s true and im gonna stick to that lmao

me: Gotta focus on homework

my brain: WAZOWSKI! (Ah!) Hehe. What do you know. It scares little kids AND little monsters. I wasn’t scared! I have um. Allergies. (Cough cough). Uh-huh. Sure. Hey Randall, save it for the scare floor will ya? I am in the zone today Sullivan. Gonna be doing some serious scaring. Putting up some-…BIG numbers. oh, that’s great Randall, that’ll make it even more humiliating when WE break the record first! Haha! Shhhshhh. You hear that? It’s the winds of chaaange. ……you hear that, you hear the winds of change-oh, what a creep. Someday I am really…….gonna let you teach that guy a lesson

That night after I watched Wolf Children for the first time ever, I was completely confused, and of course, utterly sad for Hana. In my perspective, Hana not only lost her husband, but her daughter Yuki left to seek out her path as a human, whilst her son Ame chose to take control as the protector of the mountains.


When I walked downstairs, my dad asked me why I was so sad, and I told him pretty much how Hana suffered throughout the entire movie, and in the end she basically lost everything but still had a smile to her lips.


Instead, my dad told me that I got the entire story’s moral backwards. The entire story was really based on Hana’s love and how it expanded and differentiated throughout each and every moment of her life, from the beginning to the end.


The first type of love she had was the romantic, foolish and young love. She experiences this love as she falls in love with a man that she knows practically nothing about.


The second type is the unconditonal love; as her husband reveals his true form as a werewolf, not only does she accept that form and not segregate him, but she chooses to place her life on the line and be togther with him, therein later on having children.


The third type is the motherly love she expresses. Even after she loses her husband she holds a parental, motherly love for Yuki and Ame. As she had to keep them in secret, she was willing to strain to keep the remaining family alive and looked after them before herself.


The fourth type of love was her sacrificial love. She chooses the best for her children, and leaves the urban areas to rural country and wishes for her children to grow, and over the course of her first months in the countryside, she had to work extremely hard and even tanned as a result, just to keep her promise of freedom for her children and comfort without anyone discovering their true identities.


The fifth type of love she experiences is the more of a friendship, family-like love when the neighbours look after her and her children, especially the old man that taught her to plant the potatoes.


The sixth type of love, that is, the respecting type if love, was when she realized that her children were growing up and weren’t in her control anymore. When Ame left, she had the revelation of letting go and giving her children their freedom; they chose their own paths, and all she can do is support them and let them go.


Overall, at the very end, Hana was seen sipping tea with the picture of her husband. The setting was very quiet and airy; this meant that Hana had no more concerns. Her love given has done it’s deed, and now the meaning of her life is to enjoy its simplicity and not to dwell in the past but accept the present.


But this all shows one thing: all of Hana’s love was given. Love isn’t selfish, but it is kind. Once given out, there is no rule or assurance that it will be reciprocated, and Hana knew that. From the start she knew she had chosen the hardest path, but she chose it and kept on moving forward, and in the end she earns for herself a peaceful afternoon, sipping tea with her husband.

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“We believe in you.”

*wipes away tear* Me, too, Strawberry Man. Me, too. 

Movie 21 - The Crimson Love Letter Story Summary

This tuesday, Movie 21 was aired in German cinemas, with Japanese audio and German subtitles and I was able to see it.

Disclaimer: this summary is very long and basically more me narrating and retelling the entire movie. Also, I could only watch it one time, so I left out some details and may be slightly wrong about some scene orders, but overall, this is what the movie was.

Special thanks go out to @yesyunniechan, who after I got tired of typing after the first half yesterday, listened to me ramble about the second half and made helpful notes, from which I today created a coherent second half of the summary.

Are you ready for a 6k word long - Update: 7,5k word long retelling of The Crimson Love Letter? Then you’ll find everything you want under the cut:

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It’s Kind of a Funny Story (2010) - Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

5 bullets on this film:

  • I think this movie deals with the topic of mental illness very well, without being too heavy, but in a sensitive way. It’s deep and it makes you think a lot, but there are some funny scenes as well. If you ever feel sad, watch this, it’ll make you feel better.
  • Zach Galifianakis and Emma Roberts are great, they really got into their roles. I loved how all the characters were well-developed  and how each one of them represented different mental illnesses.  
  • The musical interludes basically made the entire movie.
  • The setting is basically the same during the whole movie: a psychiatric hospital. However, the colors and the nice cinematography make everything seem cute and not-boring.
  • When I was around 14 I used to get really sad sometimes, so I watched this film and it really helped me. I also read the novel written by Ned Vizzini, which was based on his own life. I recently found out that he commited suicide in 2013 and I am devastated. When you feel sad, please don’t do anything stupid. 

I’d like to take some time to remind you guys that in 2008, Lucas Grabeel, AKA Ryan from High School Musical

Starred as Ezra in a film called ‘The Adventures of Food Boy’

Which basically is about this boy who finds out he has a superpower, the ability to make food appear in his hands.

but most of the time it basically explodes out of them.

It’s pretty much food flying everywhere for an entire movie and I’d like to recommend it to you all. It is beautiful. 10/10

Food Boy, everyone. It’s on Netflix.

       okay so let’s write a novel talk about actual trainwreck of a character Jack Sparrow in this movie. so there are spoilers under this so don’t read if YOU DON’T WANNA BE SPOILED because I’ve been waiting months to write this and now I finally can:

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I love how some SS/Sakura stans mock the fact Hinata didn’t get a hiden because they think there isn’t much to elaborate on her(basically calling her uninteresting) despite the fact she got a entire theatrical movie that was mainly about her along with a novel version of said movie and a guidebook of her relationship with Naruto and a novel dedicated to her wedding. Seriously, being a Sakura fan is just unhealthy because we still have NS fans that are still salty and now SS fans are getting more and more salty at naruhina just because Kishimoto and SP don’t give a damn about SS. We get it SS stans; you’re jelly.

Troy was lead to believe- by Gabriella- that Ryan was trying to move in on Gabriella and steal her from Troy.

Gabriella breaks up with Troy.

The next time that Troy speaks to Ryan, he apologizes to him for all of Ryan’s hard work choreographing an act for the Wildcats in the Lava Springs talent show seemingly going to waste,

expresses that he’s “looking forward” to watching Ryan play baseball, and caps it off with-

FYI: Troy was single, at this point in the movie. 

It’s not “Born Sexy Yesterday,” y’all.

Some time ago, I reblogged what looked like a screencap of someone’s post, a well-written takedown on “Born Sexy Yesterday” trope misapplied against Jashi. I haven’t been successful in finding the original post, so I decided to retype the post – in its entirery – here.

(Some transcribing notes at the end of the retype.)

Do remember that: everything I retyped here represented the thoughts of the Original Poster. I agree with most of it, disagree with (a very small) part of it, but all of them are the post of the OP verbatim:

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Alice- singing very heavenly and beautiful, birds following her around all snow white like.

same guys Alice dropped a tree on ages ago.- *talks smack about her being to girly or messes with her boys*

Alice-….

*Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant song plays in the background, getting louder*

Alice- A-Ah-ahhhhhhhh-AH! A-ah-ahhhhhhhhh-AH!

birds swarm the area, pure unadulterated chaos ensues. 

~Admin Killer

Every Time We Touch (Josh Faraday x Reader)

Originally posted by oddly-drawn-thoughtss

Faraday x Reader fic feat. lots of banter with Vasquez + Billy & Goodnight being cowboy boyfriends. 

WARNING: THIS BASICALLY SPOILS EVERYTHING IN THE ENTIRE MOVIE 

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Guys listen I know like 2 people have seen Shock Treatment but every single aspect of this movie is basically perfect, like it’s entirely about this vapid incoherent conception of Being A Winner tied to celebrity, to bourgeois values (except where it’s convenient to ditch those values to Win Even More), to being mentally healthy, to being a consumer, to be properly Heteronormative, to basically not being a cuck

There’s so much here to work with honestly it’s a much more interesting film than Rocky Horror but like it makes Rocky Horror more interesting by reflection despite the fact that no onE’S FUCKING SEEN IT AAAAA