i mean its not a good movie but adorable

dreamingbrownie  asked:

Why is nobody talking about the Robert Downey Junior adaptation on Sherlock Holmes? I only saw the first movie from 2009 but it's so good?!? And a bit confusing for me because I'm a massive Iron Man fan which is the reason for me finding Tony FFs in which he dreams of his past life as Sherlock Holmes absolutely hillarious. But. So good! I still have to watch the second movie with Moriarty tho. And I love it that Sherlock clearly has ADHD there. Whatever, sorry for bothering you. Cheers!

Hi Lovely!

OH GOSH I LOVE RITCHIE HOLMES NO BOTHER AT ALL I’M ABOUT TO BOTHER YOU WITH MY MINI FREAKOUT. I mean it has its own faults and problems but I can overlook them because of the way Downey Jr. and Law play their Holmes and Watson! They so OBVIOUSLY love each other so much, and I adore the chemistry. Law even said that it’s a romance movie and BLESS HIS FUCKING HEART FOR THAT because HE KNOWS, and OH GOD RDJ loves Law so much. LIKE LOOK AT THESE FUCKERS:


OMG you’ll love the second one too; it’s a tad sad with the wedding, but Mary, OMG I love her in the Ritchie-verse… she KNOWS how much they love each other, doesn’t try to keep them apart, and she acknowledges how important Sherlock is to John AND AND AND she’s also a bamf too on the sidelines.

OHHHHH it’s so important that the audience is made EXPLICITLY aware of why Holmes goes after Moriarty – because he threatened Watson and Mary – and when *THAT SCENE* happens, the last thing Holmes ensures he sees is Watson, and then GOD the heartwrenching slow mo’ of that, where you see Holmes is at peace with his decision and FUCK it makes me cry thinking about it.

OH!! And Sherlock and John dance, no denials at all, just start dancing with each other, right there on screen… Like… I have no idea why people disllike these movies, honestly, they’re a treasure trove of Johnlock Moments.

OHHHH and Moriarty is genuinely frightening, imho, honestly. This Moriarty is played off as a completely “someone you meet every day” and I find that even scarier. He’s not Mags-levels of creepy, but fucknuggets he just… has an on-off switch and it’s scary. A calm sort of evil with intense levels of intelligence is more terrifying to me. 

AND THE MUSIC OMG And HNNGGG the cinematics of the second one OMG IT’S ORGASMIC THE SLOW MOTION CHASE SCENE HNNG. The action shots are AMAZING and ASDFASFD Seriously WATCH IT. AND AGAIN I WILL MENTION THE SLOW MO SCENE AT THE END. FUCK. Just FUCK, it’s a beautiful bit of cinematography that makes my heart cry EVERY time. It’s one of my favourite movies of all time and I just. GOD RDJ and Law are just so perfect. There is torture in the second one though, so slight TW for that.

Maybe it’s because RDJ was my re-introduction into Holmes and therefore it holds a special place in my heart. And I know that this is sacrilege but RDJ / Law are my Victorian Holmes/Watson, but BBC is MY Sherlock and John, you know what I mean? Like BBC got me in DEEP into the fandom, so I love them for that, and I just really love Johnlock. SO MUCH JOHNLOCK.

ANYWAY I’M RAMBLING. I can’t WAIT until the third movie, it’s been SO LONG, and I am so excited. While I love the first one because of the Garridebs moment in it (not really but John gets hurt and they have A Moment ™) I think I liked the second movie better because the “love interest” was virtually non-existent and it focussed on Holmes/Watson’s relationship and the case at hand and getting to Moriarty. It was fantastic.

And RDJ Holmes is a different kind of smoll and I love it. And Watson is so BAMF, god. Just the deadpan comedy of Law is amazing.


GAHHHHH. It’s such an underrated movie series because **HOLLYWOOD** and that makes me sad, but seriously I love it so much and jump at any chance to watch it. The first one, I could have done without the Adler subplot (bleh), but it’s a great movie too.

Anyway. Sorry for this momentary diversion into Ritchie-verse. Continue on Johnlocking <3

  • T'Challa: You know what the best part about coming out as the last Marvel movie before Infinity War is?
  • Thor: Nay, my friend. I thought the coveted fall-into-holiday season would be the better spot but you shunned it.
  • T'Challa: Right, because it puts me as the last movie before Infinity War. See, you? Have to have staying power once Star Wars hits. Me? I've got months of fond memories between me and that glorious mess we have coming up.
  • Hulk: Hulk sees where this is going. Mess can be good mess. Incredible mess. But still mess.
  • T'Challa: I do not doubt that Infinity War will be the most glorious mess every put to screen, with fans adoring it and waiting for its sequel...but you know what else?
  • Thor: Well I mean hopefully people will say it was better than Justice League.
  • T'Challa: My character, and my people, are going to be the strongest things in peoples' minds going into the film.
  • Loki: Ah, I get it. Infinity War's mess will be compared by critics to the undoubtedly tighter narrative of Black Panther, something Ragnarok could not manage because, well...Ragnarok. You get to be the film before the big glorious mess.
  • Thor: This is why you're one of the smartest Avengers.
  • T'Challa: Yep.

prince-leorio  asked:

i loved your fic!! please tell me more klance things that make you weak 👀. if you don't mind of course!

ahhhhh okay my dude i’m sorry this took me a while 2 answer - it’s not bc i didn’t see it, it’s bc i wanted to give it the Meticulous Consideration™ it deserved jkgddsgjg ANYWAY here’s my attempt at sharing things that are My Jam  👀 👀 👀

  • ok so like the #1 Best Klance Thing imo is their relationship progressing from Just Physical to being full of E M O T I O N S, this is in both the fics i have written bc i just LOVE IT SO MUCH.
    • the tension of the rivalry develops into “oh shit he’s hot” unresolved sexual tension, so they start messing around, almost pissed at the other for being so fucking pretty and putting me through this hell – it’s a bit rough, a bit messy, all that good stuff. they look at each other and just want to s c r e a m, because why is my heart exploding from seeing this loser and his stupid perfect face and gorgeous eyes and–
    • –and then the gay feelings start hitting them both in earnest. none of them want to say anything because they are both insecure about themselves and where they stand, so they just… pine and pine after one another, trying to express what they feel in the moments when they get to have the other in their arms
    • keith kissing lance uncharacteristically soft, so he can breathe him in a few seconds longer; lance running his fingers through keith’s hair or over his skin, just marveling at him, at every detail; those small, tender moments that they think is all they’re ever going to get.
    • but then, eventually, one of them won’t be able to take it anymore and a confession will just slip
    • if it’s lance it will be soft and gentle and earnest, because he thinks about things, turning every scenario over in his mind ahead of time, and finally decides he just has to say what he feels even though he’s so nervous he thinks he’s about to faint. if it’s keith it’ll be more impulsive: it’ll come out when he least expects it, whenever he starts getting emotional, because eventually all the feelings he’s bottled up will come spilling out of him all at once
    • of course its mutual. this is where it REALLY gets soft and gay, and lance will inevitably say something dumb and keith will hit him and then kiss the stupid smile off his adorable face
    • (sdjglksjdg i feel like i just summarized my multichap fic but i mean… i wrote it like that for a reason :’’)))) )
  • insecurity & jealousy that get resolved in the end have always been a lovely trope and it works so well for klance i just… its truly amazing
    • lance, of course, has this inferiority complex toward keith because keith is just Good At Everything, and he has this cool aloof vibe that lance envies – he’s always been the goofy class-clown type, and lowkey wished he could be the Hero from all the dorky movies we all know he definitely watches, and keith just embodies all of this to him.
    • keith meanwhile thinks lance is absolutely radiant. it’s not necessarily that he wishes he could be like him, because keith has his own way of understanding the world and doesn’t feel the need to change that. but he wonders how a person can have such a glow, making everyone around them laugh, enrapturing the room, existing so naturally, so easily. it’s the opposite of everything keith is, and it blows him away, it makes his heart Ache.
    • and when they come together, they start to realize that they can both be so much more that way. lance is keith’s #1 fan and supporter, bc he admires him so much and believes in him no matter what, even after discovering that he is a Known Dork and awkward cutie. meanwhile keith will hold lance up whenever he starts feeling insecure, or like he’s not enough, because he’s seen lance from the outside: he’s seen that light he has, and it never fails to make him feel warm, and he is going to make sure lance knows just how wonderful he is.
  • and then, as boyfriends, still being able to compete about everything because it’s in both their personalities – but it’s Good and Playful and tbh they probably end up competing to see who is the better kisser bc they both have poorly veiled ulterior motives and, well, it is up 2 u from there  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

this got really long and i’m tired so it’s probably incoherent,,, but i hope it’s what u wanted!! and thank u for reading my fic and sending me a message, it truly made my day <3

anonymous asked:

Why is it racist to want Rey with a white guy? Everything is PC and they are making white characters black all the time and putting them with whites. Can't it just be wanting to see two white people in a relationship? I don't want her with a black guy or a beaner.

reyIos: “we’re not racist!!!1!!1!!”
me: *gets a reyIo anon that hurts itself in its own blatant racism*

i mean…the two white people you want to see in a relationship are an abuser and his victim??? when there is a good and kind black man right there who rey ADORES (which is literally written in the script) who risked his life to come back for her which is literally the only thing she’s ever wanted anyone to do???

if you want to see two white people together so bad just watch literally any tv show or go see literally any other movie. we’re all over the fucking place. keep your gross racist bullshit off my star wars.

but hey thanks for letting me know y’all can be just as gross about poe as you are finn.

So I was re-watching the Phoenix Priestess Movie, because why not! And I noticed this in the credits (warning: I do not know how to clean up images so this will look rough)

We have our adorable Dragon Slayers and their girlfriends, ah hem I mean the girls laughing and having a good time. Though they probably don’t notice the girls tbh. 

Then Natsu’s eyes get a little softer and not so “I’m all fired up” mode, I wonder what he could be noticing. 

He’s noticing LUCY. Lucy blushing and laughing along with his antics. Lucy who was just upset about the passing of a new friend who could relate to her sorrow about the recent loss of her own father. 

I know its “just” a movie and its not “canon” to the plot. But I love that this was added into the credits that they are always there for each other and can bring out that happiness. Just a cute movie!   

tagged by: @buddyegg thank u fren!! <333333

goal: tag 9 people you want to get to know them!

relationship status: frozen yogurt is my only interest 

favorite colour: lov me some pastel pink

lipstick or chapstick: I’ve literally never owned lipstick so chapstick boi, plus they stop the hurt™

last song: Her - BTS (yeet)

last movie: Baby Driver!! I cried a lot, mainly cause of his dad, aNYWAY its a good movie

top three shows: hECK uHHH, Avatar: The last air bender, Voltron Legendary defender (ofc) anddddd My Hero Academia?

top three manga: A silent voice is my favourite uhhh Tamen De Gushi is adorable anddd i dont really read much manga, ive been meaning to read bnha for awhile

top three ships: oh god i doubt I have 3 but uhhhhhh Klance, Korra and Asami (idk the ship name) anddd i have no clue whoop

Tag 9 People: @mango1910 @impleiadic @gordonshamsy @nickelwounds @cobracommanderofficial @weebladonna @jordant-0 @jarateka @addpar

anonymous asked:

hey! i watched mulan for the first time yesterday, and i guess i had high expectations for it and it just let me down. in my opinion it really was not empowering for women at all, plus i found it to be offensive at times. but i'm not sure though, so i'd love to know your opinion on the film? (ps: i know disney films aren't really supposed to make feminist statements, but they are empowering as heck for men + everyone seemed to adore it for its message... i didn't see it to be honest)

Well, it’s by no means a perfect movie but I’m honestly kind of curious how you didn’t find it the slightest bit empowering for women?

1. One must draw a distinction between portraying oppressive patriarchal structures and deconstructing them vs. portraying oppressive patriarchal structures as good and uncritically reinforcing them. Speaking as a Chinese, all those things portrayed like the match-making, women being expected to be at home etc are all very accurate hallmarks of the patriarchy that has been rampant in ancient China for thousands of years. For example, the way Mulan had to get dressed up for the matchmaker- my own great-great-grandparents were match-made and one of my great-great-grandmas had bound feet- “lily feet” were seen as signs of beauty and a good wife. My ancestors certainly had periods of liberalism- Tang dynasty women had a lot of rights and freedoms- but patriarchy has been quite welded in our culture due to Confucian principles, amongst other things- which saw a woman as being subservient to her father, than her husband.

2. Imo the movie was actually criticising these expectations because we see Mulan messes up all of these things that are expected for a woman to bring honor to her family. And you can see the system feels restrictive…it’s not like she feels great about all these expectations. Nor are  these expectations portrayed as great the way older Disney movies uncritically portrayed very passive female characters who fell into traditional ideas of gender roles. In the beginning, the matchmaker acts as though dressing up as a perfect wife and securing a perfect husband is the only way a Chinese woman can honor her family. And in the end? Her violation of gender roles (dressing as a man, fighting etc) is considered to be the most honorable and patriotic thing done to honor her family- and in the service of her country. The fact that the emperor bowed to her was really significant, because in Chinese culture the emperor was considered the “Son of Heaven”- who bowed to noone, even other emperors.

3. Maybe at the end, it might have been nice for her to take up the emperor’s offer of a job, but imo that didn’t totally detract from the positive portrayal of a woman defying the gender roles of her society. Because in Chinese culture, filial piety is highly emphasised- the idea that children (of any gender) owe a duty to look after their parents. So imo it wasn’t wrong of her to go back to her family. I felt the significance was that the entirety of the plot showed that she, as a woman, was able to prove to everyone that being a “good prospective wife” was not the only measure of her character and whether she honored her family.

Wanda Maximoff in Avengers: Age of Ultron

So, I’ve been meaning to write about Wanda and how I felt about her role in Avengers: Age of Ultron for a long time. I’ve already seen it three times, so I think it’s a good time to finally put my thoughts here.

SPOILERS for the movie

Let me start by saying this – I loved Wanda in AoU. I adored her. The movie wasn’t perfect, it had its flaws, but in the end I genuinely liked it and I adored everything about Wanda’s role in it.

I loved her story. For me AoU felt a lot like a Scarlet Witch origin movie. She wasn’t sidelined, she got to have her own arc and it all happened in a film with 6 previously seen (thus arguably more important) avengers. Whedon and co. chose to make Wanda young – barely older than a teenager –and I support that choice, because it gave us the opportunity to witness some actual progress and character growth on the screen. She didn’t start as fully formed individual, she started out as a confused kid and the events of this movie forged her into becoming the thing she’ll be for the rest of her life. We saw how she started out, we saw how she evolved and in the end we saw her embracing her heroic calling. That’s what I call an origin movie.

I loved that the film chose to underline her Eastern Europe origin. I adored the accents! Wanda comes from a broken country – a country that has been used as a pawn by the powerful nations, she sees how poorly her people are forced to live and she sees how the rich countries profit from her people’s mystery. The story Pietro told about his little picture was heartbreaking. And so Wanda is angry. But she is also… leveled. Pietro was burning with anger, but Wanda’s anger was cold and hard and unbreakable. I loved how he was impatient and she was calm and calculating. People expected her to be emotionally unstable like River Tam, because the short CA:TWS post-credit scene implied something like that, but Wanda was always in control, extremely stable, driven and clear-headed.  And I loved it. Many people didn’t like the fact that in the beginning the twins were working for Baron Strucker. Well, it actually made perfect sense for me. They were barely more than kids, they found an enigmatic and influential man who offered to help them become something better, so they joined him – not just for themselves, but so they could have a chance of helping their own country. It’s misguided, yes, but it’s terribly understandable. Joining Strucker and joining Ultron felt incredibly in-character for me. Wanda and Pietro have always had this villain-y beginning. They started out by joining the wrong team for the right reasons and that’s an important part of them and I’m glad the movie respected that.

I loved how she was messing with everyone’s heads! And I generally loved her powers in the movie. Wanda’s powers have always been more or less defined by the writer who currently works on her and I never expected her vaguely defined hex spheres to appear in a movie, so I liked her how she had some cool-looking telekinesis, some energy balls and also some mind powers. It fits her, in my opinion.

Anyway, back to the story. I liked how she made an active choice to turn against Ultron, instead of being forced to do it. She saw his true nature, she felt guilty for joining him and she decided to fight him, hoping she could make it right. Note that all of those were her choices, not Pietro’s. Her brother was with her every step of the way, but she was leading him, not the other way around.

Talking about Pietro – yep, I even loved that twist at the end. Pietro’s death was emotional and heartbreaking and effective. Now, I like him as much as the next fan, but I know that in the comics there are tens or actually hundreds of great characters. Most of them never get to appear on screen, much less to have an important role and a dramatic death. I don’t think killing Pietro was a waste of potential. I don’t see him as unique and irreplaceable goldmine. He was a nice character and he had a nice role in the movie and he made the choice to sacrifice himself in order to save lives. His death serves Wanda’s character development, it made gave her the opportunity to express pain and grief over her fallen brother, it made her even more determined. That scene in the end when she cut off Ultron’s power-core was fantastic. Awww, and I liked how Wanda and Pietro were always physically touching each other! That was a nice… touch.

I loved how she interacted with the other Avengers. Love how Captain America never judged the twins for joining the bad guy – he understood them, he knew what it’s like to want to help your own county. And he was protective of them, kinda. I love how Hawkeye told her that she could step out of the door and be an avenger – he gave her a choice and she took it. It was a pleasure to see them fighting side by side. And I loved how Vision saved her in the end, mainly because I adore them as a couple, they are my precious babies and their romance is wonderful and complicated and I’d love to see it on the big screen one day.

And I also want to say how disappointed I am by the fandom that chose to hate on Whedon for every choice he made. I don’t know what it is with tumblr and Whedon, but it seems like tumblr really enjoys hating Whedon. Apparently he got her race wrong, he got her history wrong, he got her powers wrong, he made everything wrong. And people may make it sound like it’s about Wanda, about their love for her, but from what I can tell it’s really all about Whedon. Because I didn’t see such complains when X-men: DOFP turned Pietro into suburban American kid who jokes a lot and steals lots of candy. Bryan Singer completely erased everything Pietro was as a character, he kinda erased Wanda from existence and I never saw a single complained about how he was insensitive. (The only grudge tumbr had with him was when a poster of Pietro in a silly-looking costume appeared and everyone laughed at it but still ended up loving it in the movie.) But when Marvel chooses a bright-eyed actress for Wanda, that automatically makes Whedon a racist scum. Seriously, people.

That’s all for now. Can’t wait for Captain America: Civil War!

(more) fluffy olicity roadtrip fic

Please have more Olicity fluff (this time with a tiny bit of angst thrown in). Written in honor of yesterday being Stitch Day (6/26 - I had no idea this was a thing until yesterday).

Ohana Means Family

“Oliver Queen…do  you really expect me to believe that you’ve never seen ‘Lilo and Stitch?’”

They’d just been finishing a nice breakfast in bed when the topic of favorite Disney movies had come up. When Felicity had told him that “Lilo and Stitch” was her favorite, Oliver had casually mentioned that he’d never seen it. He’d never expected her to react quite like this.

She stands next to their hotel bed, wearing one of his t-shirts and nothing else. Her hands are on her hips, face scrunched up in anger, glaring down at him from behind her glasses.

Oliver can’t help it; he laughs. She’s just so cute when she gets this. He has half a mind to tell her so, but at the sound of his laughter she crosses her arms over her chest, causing his shirt to ride up her body just enough, and he loves her so much right now he couldn’t bear to tease her. Instead, Oliver simply smiles at her and stands up.

“Yes, Felicity,” he says quietly, gently gripping her wrists and pulling her arms away from her chest. “I’ve never seen ‘Lilo and Stitch.’”

“But how?” Felicity asks, allowing him to pry her arms apart and hold her hands. “You grew up with a little sister.”

Oliver shrugs. “I watched a lot of movies with Thea. That just wasn’t one of them.”

Felicity shakes her head and pulls her hands away from his, turning her back on him. She starts mumbling under her breath, too quiet for him to hear. She bends over and starts collecting clothes, and Oliver is afforded a clear view of…well, everything. He can’t tear his gaze away, but before he can really take full advantage of the situation Felicity stands up, turns toward him, and throws his pants at him.

“Stop staring and put some clothes on. We’re going shopping.”

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So let's talk about criticism.

I mean, let’s actually really talk about it.

I’ve been struggling to come to terms with my feelings about it lately. Partially because of my own personal shit, and partially because certain subjects seem to be bubbling up more on tumblr and around the greater Internet area.

Criticism is good. I know that. Criticism is immensely, immeasurably valuable. Criticism is the second-best tool for growing as an artist in any medium, the first being the actual act of creation. Criticism has to exist for art to mean anything.

But it’s also pointless, sometimes.

I can look at a work and see that it is imperfect. I can point out all the flaws and untangle all the loose threads (and there’s always loose threads) until the whole thing unravels if I want to. Or I can look at a work, take it for what it is and not what it could be, and evaluate it based on that.

Roger Ebert once said, “A movie is not about what it is about. It is about how it is about it.” Like any good quote from a famous person, it means a few things, first and foremost that execution of an idea is more important than its originality. But it also means that you can’t look at a work of Victorian romance in which some people happen to die and deride it for not being a hard-boiled murder-mystery with some romantic elements. A movie, or a book or a game or a drawing or a sweater, should be judged based on what it is and not what it isn’t.

I’ve always known the first interpretation. Lately, though, I’ve tried to take the latter to heart. It’s been… difficult.

I mean, look, I know who I am, and I know what I like. And on a certain level, I can recognize quality. So I can know something is good, or a good example of its type, and also know it’s not for me. But sometimes… I don’t know. You run into people adoring things I find ludicrous, taking up arms to rally to the defense of something that doesn’t really deserve it, simply because it has some element that appeals to them—whether it’s a woman with a narrative arc or an all-female cast or a subversion of some dumb trope or a celebration of other tropes or a continuation of characters long-since mined for all their worth. I understand the impulse. But I don’t truly comprehend it.

I’ve seen this a fair bit lately, particularly on tumblr—people celebrating or championing films or comics or games or even pieces of fanfiction that are decidedly imperfect, usually in technical or esoteric ways that only seem to bother me. Maybe they wouldn’t if I was a woman, or gay, or both. Someone born somewhere else, raised differently, who grew up reading or watching or playing different things. But as valuable as walking in another person’s shoes is, at the end of the day, you are you, and your own self has to have its own value too, right? At least to you.

So I sit by and watch people get excited. I see gifsets posted for movies I don’t like, photosets of actors I find mediocre or overexposed, long and bizarre meta rants that seem ludicrous, and excerpts from fanfiction I’m not the least bit interested in. I sit, and I watch, and I understand, and I don’t say anything.

After all, what good is there in saying anything? What’s the point? You can’t change someone’s mind about something they love. You can’t point out flaws in something that speaks to someone. Even if you could sit down with the creators themselves, locked in an empty room for twenty four hours straight, you couldn’t convince them they were doing it all wrong.

Because it wasn’t for you. Not really. It was for the people who liked it. It was for people for whom there isn’t anything else that speaks to them. Whatever technical criticisms you have are almost meaningless. Perhaps they always were—perhaps the artist intended them that way. Perhaps it is, quite simply, not to your liking.

Of course there’s a line to be drawn somewhere—one can only say that so many times for so many different reasons before it starts to sound like an excuse to avoid a conversation—but more often than not, it’s the truth. The world doesn’t revolve around you, after all.

So I sit, and I don’t comment. I don’t reblog, reply, or even click the little heart. I just look at it, shrug, and turn to something else. Something I enjoy.

I’m honestly not sure if that’s the right approach or not, at least with regards to amateur artists. I think it’s insulating, and reinforces certain behaviors. But I also think any small, tight-knit community gets that way, regardless of the nature of the association. Even if you try to engage at every turn, to pull no punches and be as ruthless as possible, after a while all you’re doing is reinforcing other, different behaviors. At a certain point, people have to break out. Try something new. Or someone new.

But then, maybe some people need that, and some people don’t. Maybe some people don’t actually want to grow or change at all. I can respect that. If someone possess a strong awareness of who they are and why they do what they do? Maybe they’re done growing. Maybe that’s just who they are, and you can like it or leave it.

I don’t know. Part of me says that refusing to engage isn’t constructive. Another part says that not everything needs to be. I’ve thought about it a lot, and I keep going around in circles.

I guess that’s what blogs are for, though. Right?

Imagine Pietro never seeing a Disney movie.

Originally posted by marvelprincesspants

scarypietro ; I have a request too, sorry to spam you!When you have time, could you write an one where the reader finds out Pietro has never seen Disney so they have a movie night together and he acts like he hates it but obviously ends up loving it? I’m trash

Hi! sorry i took so long to do this but i just haven't been the greatest days and i had no time to do any stories, i didn't want to make this long so but i hope you like it! 

“pietro?” you asked walking into his room to see him starring at a movie he held in his hand, he looked so focus just starring at him its was just too adorable. “ Y/N what is this?” he asked giving you the movie, looking at what the movie he held was the ‘little mermaid’ one of your favorite disney princess since you were little, you remembered you wanted to be just like her, smiling at the memory you told him “its a Disney princess movie i used to watched all the time when i was little” you looked up from the movie to see a confused looking pietro “i dont know what that means, is it good?” he asked starring into your (e/c) “you never seen a disney movie ?! or never even heard of one?” you asked almost a little too loud running to his tv to play the movie “me and wanda never watched any movies before” he told you walking towards the bed smiling at how excited you got about the movie. “well we’re gonna watch this one and a few other Disney movies i like” you said grabbing the control and walking back to the bed to lay down next to pietro, he kissing your forehead and snaked his arm around your waist. “ill watch any movie with you draga, i love you” he said looking down at you. “ good i love you too” giving him a kiss on his cheek. 

anonymous asked:

Can you reccommend any good shieldshock fics? I'm okay with stuff that isn't romantic or sexual, too.

CAN I :’) oh lordy. Perspective, when I type in ‘archive’ into my url bar, this is what pops up

So there’s that. I was doing this for about 15 minutes and then I accidentally clicked something and it all went away and I had to start over so I apologise for how long this took (probably like an hour)



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Parahoy Day 1


this is already the best experience of my life 

The paramore show? Best one ive ever been to. The energy was so great, everyone was so excited and knew every single word. 



In case you didn’t know because no one can get 3G out here (besides like ATandT apparently?) I’m actually paying for the internet right now, (20 bucks for half an hour????) 

I can’t wait to show you guys my pictures from the show, you’re gonna flip




Um… anyway 

I got a lot of footage for my movie. Meet some of my followers (got a custom Jeremy pick from pick throwing meaning Jeremy didn’t use it but it still has his logo on it) 

Shiny Toy Guns: Um… none of you told me the lead singer was really hot? Cool cool just leave these things out. Got some really good videos of her dancing crap man 

(saw Chad again AND STILL DIDN’T DO ANYTHING god i’m a wimp) 

Tegan and Sara: Fucking awesome as always! Second time seeing them (This is like a HCT reunion its great!) Got a lot of video of them, they were really adorable. It was so windy during their set they were worried about falling over! But my camera for some reason mainly didn’t pick up the wind so bitching videos! I might just upload those to youtube AND put them in my video 

New Found Glory: Hard, loud and fast. THEY PLAYED A PUNK VERSION OF THE TITANIC SONG Don’t worry I got most of it on film. 

I was gonna watch Sixteen Candles but I was like passing out at the NFG show 

In conclusion, I do not get sea sick, i’m so excited for the rest of this cruise and it’s really fucking sad that I have enough of a problem to pay for internet! There’s so much more to tell but so little time haha 

If you want to talk or ask me questions i’ll be on for maybe another 5-10 minutes. So hurry! haha :) 

Talk to ya soon! 

astadyl  asked:

ABOUT THE LITTLE PRINCE did you watched the movie AND read the book? Bc if you didn't read the book I highly recommand you too (as it's way deeper -cough and better cough- than the few of it in the movie)

YES AND YES and I get you but man, I really adored the film i think they did a great job with it (considering the depth of the material I mean nobody could make a film that encapsulates all of it but they made a rly good movie dude)