favorite scenes in the movie

aelliots  asked:

melinda may for the character thing :)

  • Why I like them: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Seriously. Too long a list.
  • Why I don’t: UMMM IS THERE A THING I COULDN’T LIKE? she’s too pretty i guess sometimes i struggle to relate to her because I talk a lot and she… doesn’t
  • Favorite episode (scene if movie): saving phil’s gorgeous ass in 2x15
  • Favorite season/movie: my heart says season 4 for shipping reasons, but technically she’s barely in it. so season 2
  • Favorite line: everyone’s favorite line “How about I do you a favor and not tell anyone that a tiny little Asian woman kicked your ass.”
  • Favorite outfit: nothing anything with a leather jacket
  • OTP: -points to url-
  • Brotp: Nat/May
  • Head Canon: she had a stuffed panda as a kid who she loved. she doesn’t still have him, but she did get a panda keychain to remember him by
  • Unpopular opinion: big snuggler when she likes you
  • A wish: for her to be happy in the framework ❤ with phil is preferable but i wanna see her happy
  • An oh-god-please-dont-ever-happen: her dying
  • 5 words to best describe them: tough, fierce, broken, loving, maternal
  • My nickname for them: mel, lin

whats like.. you guys’ favorite scene in an animated movie that is like. super well animated. like every time you watch that part in the movie ur like holy fuck that was super well done. dang


“One of my favourite scenes, which is a perfect example of what [director] Jeff [Nichols] does so masterfully, is when Richard and Mildred come back to Virginia. They’re not saying a word and Mildred just takes a moment to feel the sun. In that moment, without any dialogue, you not only sense what coming home means to her — you also feel it. You feel the temperature, you feel the light, you can smell. It’s like adding another dimension to watching a movie.”

“And it’s not just that, you see him looking at her. And the tiniest bit of a smile breaks through his reserve, because he’s given her what she’s wanted so badly. And then he looks up the road, where all the bad things may come from, and he feels the anxiety again. And all of that happens in a few seconds of screen time.”

–  “Loving” producer Colin Firth describing his favourite moment in the film