i couldn't find a version but i just wanted this on my blog

Auli’i Cravalho, Alessia Cara & Jordan Fisher perform “How Far I’ll Go” at the RDMAs.


anonymous asked:

I didn't realize you're blog got deleted until I tried to find the prequel story you wrote for the coat thief and couldn't find it? I was wondering if you could post it again?? thank you!

(a reupload of a prequel to the coat thief)

BB-8 is the prototype of a new version of astromech, and Designation: Engineer/Creator is still debating the advantages of a completely circular design in comparison to a more traditional wheeled model, when it’s passed off to a pilot for a test run.

Designation: Master-Poe Dameron is a stocky humanoid with a T-70 X-Wing starfighter painted in a signature black chrome, which hums pleasantly around BB-8 the first time it’s lifted into the droid socket. When they’re introduced, Master-Poe kneels down, perhaps to inspect it more closely because of its unorthodox appearance, or to judge its suitability for flight.

“Hey there, little guy.”

[Greetings, Master-Poe,] says BB-8 formally. Master-Poe pulls a face, which means that BB-8 is even less impressive than expected. It tries not to be disappointed, because after all it appears that its new master can speak binary, which is a pleasant surprise.

“I… do you have to call me that?” Master-Poe asks.

[Protocol dictates terminology for a droid’s owner,] says BB-8, because this should be obvious. Master-Poe just scratches his chin thoughtfully, and then presses a gentle hand to its round head.

“Yeah, alright,” Master-Poe says, “I’ll figure out something to fix that. But for the moment, let’s see how you fly.”

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bradicai  asked:

Hey, I just found your blog and it made me remember and rediscover my love for Fury Road, so thanks for that! I was wondering what your opinion was on the old Mad Max trilogy? I never saw them until after seeing FR, and I really disliked them unfortunately. I couldn't care about the characters, or the plot, or be impressed by the effects(not that that last one's the film's fault, it's just aged). Any reviews that I see view it as an epic, and I just can't see it so was wondering what you thought

Hey! Glad you like the blog. :-)

Regarding the first three Mad Max movies…honestly, I love them. But I love them more as film artifacts than as something I’d sit down and watch a hundred times over like Fury Road. They’re just so delightfully weird and absurd and different from so many other action movies. They definitely show their age at times, but I think there are really interesting things about all three of them.

(This got long so I’m putting the rest under the cut.)

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lazylittlenomad  asked:

carol's birthday

On Madison Avenue (Early April)

On Madison Avenue, the telephone rang. The floor of the living room was strewn with bits of cardboard, bits of paper, photographs, drawings, and the beginnings of a new model for a new set. In the middle of it, Therese, home alone, lay sprawled on the floor, fingers fiddling, feet jiggling to the magnificent music. When the record stopped spinning, she got up and played it again. It was Billie Holiday’s latest record: Billie Holiday Favorites. Therese had found it on the kitchen counter that morning. The note had said, demurely: You’re my favorite. It was from Carol, of course. Of course.

Billie Holiday had been singing for Therese all day. The music surrounded her. It wound its way through the apartment, soared out through the open windows, out onto the balcony. It hovered over Madison Avenue. A keen pedestrian may have heard the last of its melodies. It spun Therese a vast, glistening web. From its strings, she drew her walls, her rooms, her palaces. She saw them suspended above her, around her. She was beginning to make the apartment her own.

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five reasons why you should watch tnt's the librarians immediately

Okay, so everyone is aware that I’m an SPN blog, but recently I’ve been posting more of this show called The Librarians. Basically the easiest way I can explain it’s plot is that the show is an American version of Doctor Who combined with Merlin and Supernatural aspects, such as magic and ‘monster of the week’ cases. It has easily become one of my favorite shows in the few weeks it has been on, and now I’m going to try to convince you to watch it in five reasons. 


1. Eve Baird, the leading lady and mother hen to the LITs, is a badass who will not be tamed.

She’s a soldier who gets called to protect the infamous “Librarian” Flynn Carsen, and ends up becoming the protector of his “trainees” called the LITs. She’s snarky, amazing, and is always looking out for her trainees. Which leads us to reason two…

2. The LITs, or Librarians in Training. 

These three are Ezekiel Jones, Cassandra Cillian, and Jake Stone. If you’ve never experienced the joy that is having an OT3, then you will with these lovely characters. They are all unique and are extremely entertaining, and bring the comedy to this drama. When these three are on screen together there is bound to be laughter and mayhem, along with lots of feels. They are the core of the show, but they would not be here without reason number three. 

3. Flynn Carsen, the Librarian. 

 If you ever wanted a Tenth Doctor/Gabriel from SPN/Flynn Ryder combo, you will find it in Flynn Carsen. Even though he is the Librarian, he is not a main cast member. The Librarians is more about the LITs and the future generation of the Library than Flynn, but he will pop up on occasion and bring lots of one liners and fun. Also, his relationship with Eve is adorable and you will probably be shipping them in the first episode. Even though he is not part of the main cast he is probably my favorite character on the show, and I adore everything about him. 

4. If you’re looking for a show with mythology and magic, the Librarians is the show for you. 

This show is like Doctor Who in the fact that the Librarians are a lot like Timelords in a way, jumping between dimensions and the like, but it is also very rooted in old mythology and magic. This past episode featured Greek mythology, and the one before that talked about King Arthur and Excalibur. It is a great combination between magic and the supernatural. 

5. This show is a great way to just have a lot of fun! This is only a few reasons behind why this show is awesome. There is Jenkins, the researcher who lives in the Library who is always getting the LITs out of tough situations, the villains who grace our screens every week, the monsters, the plot, and the overall sense of going to a different world.

Basically, if you aren’t watching this show then you really need to! It is on TNT on Sundays at 8/7c. You can also watch episodes on TNTs website. 

Well then, what are you waiting for? Go watch it and tell me what you think! I’d love to listen to your thoughts about this amazing program. :)