good movie concept

a concept: tom holland plays a teenage boy who becomes obsessed with finding his sister’s killer and inserts himself in the investigation. the lead detective on the case, played by jake gyllenhaal, secretly works with him to solve the murder, putting the teenager in danger, and could end up costing the officer his badge.


The Tower is all that stands between light and darkness. For thousands of generations the gunslingers were knights. Sworn to protect it. Now I’m the only one left.

The Dark Tower (2017) Dir. Nikolaj Arcel

are you a shrek wlw or a bee movie wlw ?


Folding Ideas on Ludonarrative Dissonance– otherwise known as “when the storytelling and the gameplay/cinematography/etc. work against each other in communicating, or actively tell different stories.”

While I’m on the topic: I know that ‘Daybreakers’ is essentially just other 2010 movie trying to cash in on the whole vampire popularity at the time, but it does at the very least propose an idea of perhaps why Aro and the rest of the Volturi are so adamant about keeping vampires a secret from humans. 

Like biology aside, this movie could take place in an alternate reality that was run by the Romanians instead of the Volturi.

anonymous asked:

Honestly I think I'd rather watch IT than the zombie movie I had to watch. Like me as a kid watching zombies ripping others apart eating them and seeing disaster all around gave me terrible nightmares. (Though my birthdays near Halloween so why not torture me a kid with horror) I still get them sometimes but now that I'm older It's not as bad and I'm not as scared but one good thing about no fear of clowns is that I smacked one and attempted to take its nose when it did it to me one Halloween.

oh, which one was it? do you know the title?
yeah though, i feel you bud. my brother made a habit of making me watch horror movies too - which later led to an interest in horror and like, i DO love horror now, but it didn’t do me any favors THEN -, and it messes with a kid’s head.
the ones i can particularly recall were a nightmare on elm street (that wasn’t entirely on my brother, we had it on vhs and my grandma recorded animaniacs over it but it still had bits and pieces of the original movie), poltergeist, IT, and a bit later the ring and the grudge.
well, those and tales from the crypt, but that show was an absolute blessing.
zombies were never my weak point though - i just never found them very concerning.

pastellipastels  asked:

You drew Chip! You drew him! I would type in all caps out of happiness but I will keep calm so nobody gets scared off. But you drew Chip, i can't even tell you how happy I am to see that. First thing I see and just, yes! :D

i did!!! and you know what, i had so much fun with it that i’m going to draw him again

it’s a pity he’s only interacted with pidge twice ever (or three times if you count Voltron Force), i would have loved to see them do more together because they’re both so sweet and blood families are hard to come by in voltron. 

we’ve already seen pidge break down over missing his parents, so, like… give him back his brother already??? let them hug??? i didn’t sign up for a five-second-long background frame of them shaking hands, where are my aggressively snuggly sibling hugs and eagerly introducing each other to the rest of their teams


Okay but can I just take a second and talk about “The Good Dinosaur”?

They say this movie is Pixar’s biggest flop in the box office due to advertising strategies yatta yatta business talk…and I say it’s Pixar’s biggest HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD FILM. My mother said one of her friends took her daughter to see this and she cried because she was just as scared as Arlo (the dino) in most of the scenes. A lot of kids have been reported to experience an overly emotional response to this film, and i think that’s a very good thing!

Now, i’m not one that likes to see kids cry, but if they’re crying because they can feel what the characters are feeling then this movie is a really great teaching agent for empathy sake and getting them to look outside of their own perspective too by switching the personalities of the human and the animal. (Any of yall in RL who follow my Poetry Bestiary or Animal Arithmetic studies know I’m HUGE on that kind of thing, because its what most of my art focuses on.)

The Good Dino is nice refresher that shows a movie doesn’t need complex looking characters to teach a beautiful lesson about growing up and conquering one’s biggest fears.

And Im sure a great deal of adults, young and old, especially ones with anxiety learned many important life lessons and coping strategies from this film. As a depression recoveree myself, I related to Arlo: scared of everything and anything big or small under the sun that could pose potential harm because I myself felt small and useless and that I had no fight. I wont spoil the film for those of you who havent seen it yet, since it’s still fairly recent.

But I will say the end message, though simple, really holds and important lesson and realization a person has to come to to overcome their struggle. Sometimes you have to go on a journey bigger than yourself to find out just what you’re made of.


This is all :)

jaws is not a good movie. the central concept is so stupid. oh no, what are we going to do? just don’t go to the beach! read a book, maybe? it’s not the end of the world. people don’t go to the beach every day. and the second half is just a homosocial wankfest. can anyone even understand what robert shaw is saying? ugh. 

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oh those are like literally all fake. the flight one was from a prank channel known for fakin shit too

oh yeah. like. that’s SO easy to fake just build a box and. act. but the mere thought of someone possibly being in a crate on a plane with no way out is like. SCARY. like on a weirdly primal level

descendants and descendants 2 are really good movies with a fantastic concept and a beautiful story line and even MORE BEAUTIFUL ACTORS AND ACTRESSES I CANT GET ENOUGH. AND PRETTY LIT MUSIC. 11/10 highly recommend.