i think i'm cool... not

I’ve mentioned before that I don’t care for much of the Space Spanish trend (Swedish actress = hundreds of thousands of words of headcanons, Latin American actor = Google Translate).

But if you are going to do it, a whole ton of interesting questions do crop up.

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This episode for me really highlighted and then in its dramatic finale brought to an extreme the use of perspective that Rebecca Sugar has often talked about during panels. In her rare appearances, we are almost always looking up at Rose Quartz, or she is leaning down and over our POV - be it Pearl kneeling before her hologram in Rose’s Scabbard

or Greg on a number of occasions during the early days of their relationship (We Need To Talk is a really interesting watch with regards to camera angles and how they change - Greg literally climbs a stack of crates during his attempt at communication and, well, seeing eye to eye)

or Garnet after her fateful fall in The Answer

or, hey, Buddy Buddwick collapsed in the desert in Buddy’s Book

She even has magical floating powers. It all fits, of course, with the entire running theme of the (unattainable/unmaintainable) pedestal. And even when she is not directly present, and even when it’s not the focus of the shot, her portrait can be seen overlooking the familiar setting of the beach house.

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build god then we’ll talk // panic! at the disco

I like the idea of long distance relationship seungchuchu. Based on this one text post that I can’t seem to find orz…

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*catapults my canoe into the midst of the navy fleet of Sheith war ships* 

Is this like… not a thing or… 

A Fantastic Beasts theory

So I have now seen the film twice. The first time I was utterly convinced by the seemingly popular Ariana was an Obscurial theory. I’m glad everyone is on this bandwagon. Anyway, during my second viewing I’ve expanded this theory a bit and come up with an idea for how it knits into Newt’s story. 

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I really hope I’m not overstepping here, but the Ghostbusters ship disagreements made me realize something tonight. 

We can all argue over which ship is the best and which is the most canon, but when it comes right down to it, this movie was just so gay that we all saw different ships. And all these ships have enough evidence that honestly if a sequel were to happen any of these ships could become canon and it wouldn’t feel forced or out of the blue. And I think it’s just so cool that we got a movie with such strong leading ladies and where you can ship any of them and it just works.

Ship who you want (personally I think they’re all valid and even though I ship one more than others I also wish that we could just accept all of them without argument), but let’s also appreciate just how blatantly gay this movie was.

(This is just my opinion. If you disagree, and it’s totally fine with me if you do cause I get that this is a heated topic, be kind about it?)

I’m skimming the manga because of the overwhelming feelings that one panel gave me and there’s that part where Oikawa singled out Tsukishima because he’s bad at receives (Hinata too, but Tsukishima was at the rear during the rotation)

And Hinata gets annoyed, right. So…

he targets Oikawa, the same way Oikawa was doing with Tsukishima.

how the hell did it take me 150+ chapters before I noticed Tsukishima and Hinata’s interactions??? how have I been so blind