My name is Nikita. Six years ago, I was taken from prison and forced to become an assassin for a secret unit of the government; a Black Ops program called Division that has now gone rogue. They destroyed my identity and they destroyed the man I loved. I escaped, and now the man that trained me, someone I trusted, is hunting me. What Division doesn’t know is that I have a partner on the inside: Alex, a new recruit with a dark past who I’ve trained in secret to resist their control. Together, we’re going to take Division apart, one mission at a time, and the last word they’ll breathe before the end… will be my name.
I cried. So fucking much. I couldn’t leave the theatre because I couldn’t stop crying. I sat through the credits and only left so the cleaning staff could do their thing. And I didn’t just cry in the obvious part, I cried every time a woman did anything badass. I did not realise how deprived of female badassery I was. Wow.
I had unreasonably high expectations for this movie and it surpassed every single one. Gal Gadot is a treasure and Chris Pine broke my heart. Everyone was amazing.
I’ve had WW blacklisted for the past week so I have no idea if you all liked it as much as I did, but I hope so :)
This is the worst review ever but just know that I loved it with all my heart.
[Studying law] was awful. It’s one thing speaking fluent German, and another thing understanding the German constitution, which I hadn’t grown up with, or legalese in German. It was incredibly, fiendishly complicated. And I just wasn’t in the mood to learn that. What I was in love with was the idea of being a lawyer – the briefcase, the BMW, the raincoat, the standing up in court proving somebody’s innocence. Which essentially was sort of acting.
late again. terribly late.
kyouhaba week day 6: travel!
where they take a long and relaxing car trip togheter after graduating to see Europe, until they arrive to Italy where the relax ends because there there aren’t. street. rules.