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4 benderrific Legend of Korra fan films

The world of Avatar has inspired countless fanworks for over ten years now. Let’s take a look at some Legend of Korra fan films!

A New Beginning

Art School Dropouts absolutely nailed Korra and Asami’s characters here, and we dare you to count the punches!

Battle for Republic City

Ryan Glass has created a short film with crazy production values-choreography-visual effects, showing the fight that lead to the founding of Republic City.

5 Everyday Uses of Firebending

Mako’s scarf makes a comeback in this fun short by Cameron Sun– and be sure to check out his numerous other bending videos!

Little Air

Probending practice takes an adorably badass turn in this hilarious scene from eatalllot featuring a girl channeling young Korra, and you gotta deal with it!

What do you think?

OK BUT GUYS can we talk about how momo’s performance on hit the stage talked about abusive relationships??? it CLEARLY was about abusive relationships but she also showed how society tends to ignore that truth. like with the backdancers, they covered their eyes and kept walking bc they didnt want to know they didnt want to see they didnt do ANYTHING to stop mina’s suffering. and then when mina dies momo “breaks” but then joins them and closes her eyes so she cant see what shes done to mina and also walks away. im just speechless SHE DID THAT MOMO AND MINA THEY DID THAT IM SO. SHOCKED I REALLY DONT KNOW WHAT TO SAY


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The Television Academy Choreography Peer Group Governors Kathryn Burns and Mandy Moore presented “Who’s Dance is it Anyway? Celebrating the choreographer with an evening of dance” on Thursday, February 16, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Pictured are Kathryn Burns, Rachel Grate, Vincent Rodriguez III, Kenny Ortega, Derek Hough, and Mandy Moore

Just a few late night thoughts after watching drag race.

Katya was in the bottom two, but was she a little doomed to be there in the first place? They basically shot her in the foot giving her princess Diana.

I mean they gave Alaska, Eve. In the lipsync Eve had a little Britney type act. Opened the show. It was a lot to work with and a lot of opportunity to steal the show.

Phi Phi, given Helen, had a lot of cool options for costuming AND the lipsync was a crazy screemo rock out kind of gig. EASY to make yourself center stage

Ginger given Catherine the great, a bug costume, a crazy ass song, crazy ass choreography. Could have done SO much with it. But it was MEH.

Detox was Marie Antoinette. Marie Antoinette is one of those characters you can get crazy with. and the song to lip sync to was crazy with all the screaming and long notes about cake.

Alyssa, annie Oakley. It’s country, it’s big, there’s shooting. It’s VERY Alyssa. The choreography was big. The gun the costume and the song made It so easy for her to steal the show.

Roxxxy with Eva peron. It’s a big personality. Funny Argentinian choreography. Enough said.

Then we get to katya with princess Di. Like, blandest lyrics. Choreography she was given was basically stand there and lipsync. Costume was just a simple wedding dress.

She may have been bottom but do you maybe think it was because she was totally given the short end of the stick when it came to parts? Maybe I’m reading too much into this but I’m JUST SAYING.

Im so used to SHINee’s crazy high energy choreography and dance routines for almost every performance…when i see non kpop groups that just stand there and sing im just 


4MINUTE - CRAZY (Choreography Practice Video)


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미쳐 (Crazy) (Choreography Ver.) Music Video

KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE is insanely ludicrous, crazily fun, impossibly british (more than Bond has ever dreamt to be) and one of the most ultra-violent films I have ever seen (there is a jaw-dropping sequence in a church set to “Freebird” that is now on the Mount Rushmore of movie incredibleness and the final act is the most bonkers thing I’ve ever witnessed). I have never been more in love with anything ever. It’s very tongue-in-cheek and is a fantastic send up of all the Roger Moore Bond films (but with A LOT more balls). 

The entire cast is perfection: Colin Firth is aces and spot-on as the unflappable spy; Taron Egerton is a real find whose transformation from street thug to super spy is outstanding; Mark Strong is amazing, playing against type, as the Kingsman version of Q; Samuel L. Jackson makes for a fantastic villain with a sexy henchwoman to boot. The action sequences are INSANE with crazy/complex choreography showcasing the actors doing their own stunts which is AWESOME (much like what Edgar Wright did with Scott Pilgrim and The World’s End respectfully, but much loonier). 

 This is Matthew Vaughn’s best film to date and since he always outdoes himself I can’t wait to see what he has in store next (don’t you love having things to look forward to). It’s unfathomably entertaining and brings large-scale blockbuster action but with style and attitude that you rarely see from them. I demand this become a franchise and gives me at least a half-dozen more of this madness. The first must-see film of the year and it has me giddy like a schoolgirl…I couldn’t be happier.