i mean jess was perfect and i love him

I know you guys love your characters very much. But portraying them accurately and realistically DOES NOT always mean showing the character as pure and good

For example, I see a lot of people complain about others portraying Hanzo as quite mean.

Well then, yeah, that’s how he actually is! He’s cold and ironically, since he loathes himself, pretty arrogant as well. While he’s not actually a complete asshole and can be nice to others, he’s not the most bubbly character in the cast. Look through his dialogue, you’ll notice he’s a bit haughty.

He can make jokes and casual conversations with others. Even share drinks with McCree. But he also tends to brag about his skills and think he’s above others.

You can still like him. I mean I love him. Characters don’t have to be perfect for you to like them.

Shades of Red and Blue

I’m ruined by McHanzo, y’all. Sorry-not-sorry. Please enjoy these drabbles about a certain surly warrior and his lovestruck cowboy boyfriend (or future boyfriend, in some of these cases). Cut is for length, not for content.

Originally posted by mariejacquelyn

Cards

“Full house!” Jesse crowed, delighted with himself as he slapped his cards on the table between them. “Pay up, sugarplum.”

Hanzo let out a deep, concentrated breath, dark brows knit over stormy eyes as he stood up to untie his obi, adding it to the growing pile between them that consisted of his bow, his quiver, both of his re-enforced boots, and his hair scarf. Jesse’s cheshire cat grin widened as he wiggled his socked toes, the only item of his between them being his boots, which now Hanzo was certain was because he let him win the first round.

“I do not appreciate being taken for a fool, Jesse McCree.”

“Aw, c’mon!” Jesse laughed, taking a sip from his glass of whiskey. “We ain’t gotta play much longer.”

Hanzo was unconvinced. “Is that so?”

“Yeah. Just…” He glanced around the table at the remaining pants and tunic that Hanzo wore. “Like two more hands. Maybe three. Never can tell with ya, darlin.’ I have been surprised bef– hey now!”

He just barely caught the empty teacup as it was hurled at his head.

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i need a bechloe rent!au where beca is the ivy league “anal retentive” lawyer while chloe is the starving “ambitious af” performance artist. where they fall in love, get engaged, fight during the engagement party; in front of the bohemians(the bellas obv), but work through their problems and get back together on halloween

AMERICAN ULTRA is a whole hell-of-alot of FUN and is a film that should be on a lot more of your radars. It’s a great time and if you love romance stories mixed with insane amount of violence this film is absolutely up your alley (when I say insane violence I truly mean INSANE). The film really works because Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart are so goddamn PERFECT. Their screen presence as actors supports these roles well and they have wonderful chemistry (I’m the only person i know who LOVES Adventureland so it’s great to see them reunited). Their love story comes off really heartfelt and engaging which is wonderful. 

Eisenberg plays the vacant stoner well but when he needs to be the super-intelligent/crazy murdering spy-type he shines (the best is his comedic reactions to the horrific murders he’s capable of). There is one single-take of him eviscerating lots of baddies in a row with everyday store items that’s truly outstanding. 

Stewart is really good here, like REALLY good. People need to get the bug out of the asses over her and get over the whole “Twilight of it all” with her and start enjoying the greatness that she is capable of. She plays the sweet (yet stoned) girlfriend fantastically and handles the comedy well. 

The supporting cast is solid with Walton Goggins and John Leguizamo stealing the scenes they have. It’s nice to see Connie Britton again after Friday Night Lights left us and Bill Pullman has a pretty cool cameo (always nice to see my President in things). Sadly, Tony Hale is underused and Topher Grace comes off as a one-note annoyance rather than a genuine antagonist. 

Fast paced, energetic and never loses steam, American Ultra is a great film to end the summer with. Loads of great action and humor with a genuine and real love story in the middle of it. Certainly won’t be for everyone but it’s the type of film that will really find it’s audience and shine on the home video market (although you ought to check it out theatrically, I can’t stress enough the importance of supporting original films in this day-and-age). If you enjoy ultra-violence and stoner humor this is very much something you’re going to want to see.

Dating the Hip-hop unit

Omg yes thank you heavenly soul


Vernon: Dating Vernon would mean you calling him by both Hansol and Vernon depending on your mood. Him automatically speaking in english out of nowhere. Him being comfortable enough to speak english with you. Meeting his little sister and understanding his love for her head on.

Mingyu: Dating Mingyu would mean him loving the pet dog you guys share more than you, ngl. Also cheesy pick up lines like “Ming-you should kiss me” (I told Jess this omg I love it)

Wonwoo: Dating him would mean hearing hIS DEEP VOICE ALL THE TIME LIKE GOD BLESS WHOEVER GETS TO WAKE UP TO HEAR HIS MORNING VOICE EVERY MORNING. Also, making pancakes with him at midnight sounds like a Wonwoo type of thing. *aka lucky me because he’s my bf*

S.Coups: This guy. This fucking guy. Dating him would be perfect okay like, he already has the dad role with Seventeen I can just imagine him being like that in a relationship like “Here jagiya, let me do this” or “I can take care of it”. He’ll literally baby you so much omg.


Jeonghan

Vocal Unit

Performance Unit