Other than the No man’s land scene this is my favourite part. Actually scratch that this is my favourite part of the movie because I feel that this is when Diana truly became Wonder Woman; this is the moment where she questioned whether she was doing the right thing. And this is what I love about WW; Diana is a hero that loves fiercely and isn’t afraid to express it. I love how the movie didn’t just make WW a hero because she realise it was the right thing to do, but instead went one step further and made her question it. I think that’s more important than establishing what is right and wrong; we need to understand why something is right instead of blindly following the masses. A lot of times it is seemingly easy to distinguish between right or wrong which is why I felt World War I was an ideal setting to convey this lesson because it is such a confusing war and there are no clear cut villains, as opposed to the Nazis in WWII. I also think Gal Gadot did a wonderful job portraying Diana’s naivety and steadfastness in her principles.
Maybe it’s because I’m getting to experience it as chapters come out, but I’m loving the mystery, and the chemistry between the members of the Higashikata family is really enjoyable, like how Hato and Joshu insult each other, or the way that Norisuke and Jobin get along. I’d love to see more of Mitsuba at some point.
Josuke is also probably my favourite JoJo overall; he’s got a lot of lighthearted quirks - sometimes missing social cues, or coming off stilted - but he can be pretty formidable and scary. I love the villains a lot, too, and I can say that at least one of them has been genuinely terrifying to me thus far.
Honestly, overall, I think it combines strong elements of both parts 4 and 5 that I love - like some of the pacing of 4, and the gray morality and general uncertainty of 5. Its tonal shifts strike a good balance, I think.
↳ prince caspian cast commentary ⇾ pevensie affection. Georgie: Will and Anna, I think that’s the first time in both of the films when the Pevensie children have actually shown some kind of affection towards each other. (sound of grumbling and disagreement from the others.) Anna: We all hug Skandar in the first one. Georgie: Apart from the hugging of Skandar… it’s just Skandar who gets all of the hugs. Anna: I hug you at the Stone Table. Skandar: Yeah, there are lots of hugs. Georgie: Okay, actually, I’m going to take back what I said. In this film, that’s the only sign of affection that the Pevensie children show to each other. Anna: You hug Will in the bear scene. Georgie: Good point. Will: Yeah, and in the Aslan scene. Georgie: I’m just gonna shut up. Skandar: It’s the only time in this five minutes where they show any affection!
#yeah the pevensies never show any affection #who would think that?
here are some mind maps i made for tomorrow’s human geography exam but i still !!! feel so !!! unprepared !!!
it’s my friend’s birthday today! poor girl had a history exam too. so much sympathy for those of you who have bdays during exam season. I hope everyone is holding up ok! x
Study Challenge Day 5 - What’s your favourite part of nature?
I actually love bodies of water ?? like that’s such a typical pisces response to today haha. Lakes and rivers just make me so relaxed. So the lake district case study is probably my favourite case study ever as i’ve been there multiple times and I have to refrain from fangirling all about it in exams whoops
[on improvising] One of my favourite moments is when they’re in the warehouse and Andy says, “You look great.” …My favourite part of it actually is Melissa’s reaction to it, which is like, ‘This is the 700th time he has inappropriately done this.’