You know what makes Rogue One so incredibly genius? The simplicity. It seems like a fault at the beginning, something just doesn’t feel right: the characters don’t seem like protagonists, the story doesn’t seem that important, everything feels like a side story that no one ever knew… and then you realize that that’s exactly what it is, its not supposed to be a big flashy story with your typical heroes, its a story about a bunch of nobodies who did a very small part of the rebellion, but without them nothing would’ve happened.
Nobody gave them recognition, nobody even cared, but they saved countless lives and died with no fame or recognition. Just like it happens in real life.
literally anyone else:
holmes picked up a piece of paper to write a letter.
holmes stretched his long, thin, pale arm out, causing the fabric of his white silk robe to strain against him, and wrapped his long, thin, pale fingers around a sheet of foolscap, which he needed so his incredible, beautiful, genius mind could record his fantastic and magical ideas.
whats beautiful is that sm didnt say anything bc they didnt have to because exo’s power and recognition is enough to get them trending everywhere and headlining articles when they haven’t done or said more than a few words?? its so strategic bc none of this comeback is half assed or silent, it’s buzzing literally everywhere and its literally been planned to a T but theyre just that kind of group that constantly tests their limits again and again and puts in 10000% for every little detail even if theyre small and trivial and detective-l’s have to go back and find every little clue and i love it i love them so much
Defender of Justice 707 has arrived! Using his incredible skills and genius, he has hacked into this blog lololol! ActuallyIdidntneedtohackanythingbutthatsnotimportant. Along with my trusted sidekick ‘Game boy’, we work together to defeat the days’ boredom by posting random stuff like this:
Ahem! Aren’t our selfies way cooler than Zen’s? #brocrossplay #stylin #nofilter #better than Zen #blur free
On a side note, I created an awesome info page for our new admin members here. Seeing as I’m too busy to manage this blog for the RFA, feel free to bother the overworked admins with any troubles or concerns you have.
Abort mission!! My Vanderwood senses are tingling! He’s about to come back to make sure I’m working! See ya!
- RFA Host 707
p.s I think Yoosung would like another sidekick name. Any suggestions?
A/N: AND A DAY OF BOOK BOYS HAS BEGUN! ENJOY MY CRAZY SPAM TODAY!
scream, storming into the Gryffindor common room. The red-haired boy turns to
you and bursts into laughter at the sight of your bubble-gum pink hair, clearly
pleased with the result of his latest prank. You give him the most anger-filled
glare and hiss, “I’m going to fucking
“Ha. That’s cute sweatheart,”
Fred smirks back.
“Watch your back
Weasley,” You seethe.
You sit in the common
room, looking over your book every few minutes at Fred, who is sitting across
the room. The pink had finally come out of your hair and you had decided to get
Fred sat with his
brother and friend, Lee Jordan, working on their homework, when his seat
combusted. You had placed a spell on it that wouldn’t burn Fred, but it would
scare him a bit and leave him looking like an idiot. Fred let out a feminine
shriek and everyone turned to look at him, he sits on the ground with
ash-covered hair, face, and clothes. Everyone bursts into laughter around him
and you push through the crowd, you stick your hand out to him with a smirk on
your face, “I told you to watch your back.”
He stares up at you
and stutters, “You-you are-”
“Gorgeous, a genius, incredibly
your hand and pushes himself up. Brushing himself off, he says in awe, “…Dangerous.”
Casal: [It’s] the joy of vocal warmups with Busta Rhymes shit, to learn how your tongue is supposed to move. It’s not that he can just say anything fast, he chooses words that have the right alliterations, so that he can do that. And that’s the art of it, is picking the words specifically that take your tongue from the top of your your mouth to the bottom of your mouth and the next word takes it back to the top, so you can do these fast cadences.
Diggs: There are technical aspects that are skill sets that you can learn. You can learn how to talk faster, how to listen closely rhythmically, how to enunciate better and get words out that both maintain tempo and cadence and convey emotion. The hardest thing to teach is the swag—your personal set of biorhythms. For actors, this is something you do for every part. Every part I’ve ever done is a process of figuring out what naturally occurring in myself I can use for that part and what are the things I really need to work on, trying to err more on the side of things that come easy. You don’t want to feel like you’re acting; you want to feel like you’re living. That’s the same thing for rap music.