you offer your cuddling services to help bucky sleep. reader is a “retired” avenger with pyrokinesis. reader has been taking care of bucky at a safehouse in hopes of helping him recover from amnesia and PTSD. just fluff. inspired by this drawing. gender-neutral reader.
He approached you while you were eating breakfast, shuffling into the kitchen with damp hair and a nervous look in his eye. You hadn’t heard him go out for his morning jog—you never did; he was too quiet—and he had apparently returned and showered without you noticing either. You put down your fork and looked up at him expectantly, waiting for him to speak. He stopped a couple feet away from you.
“Pillows,” he mumbled, avoiding your gaze.
Your brows knitted together, puzzled.
His jaw clenched in frustration. “Can… Can I have more of them?” His eyes finally locked with yours. They appeared grayer than they were blue; the horrors of his past and the frequency of his night terrors had sucked the color right out of them. He looked so uncomfortable.
Your expression softened. “Of course, Bucky. How many do you—”
“Two,” he replied before you could finish; then, more quietly, “Two, if you have ’em. Please.”
You nodded, pushing your chair away from the table and grabbing your empty plate. “I have some in the hallway closet. I’ll get them for you in just a sec,” you called over your shoulder as you rinsed your plate in the sink.
There was silence. You wondered if he had left, but when you placed your dish on the drying rack, he spoke. “Thank you.”
You smiled, turning around to face him—only to find him gone.
Chapter 3- Quentin Tarantino’s women (empowering movies)
There’s nothing much to say about this. We all know and agree that Tarantino is a fucking genius. Many people have questioned the fact that he isn’t a feminist, which is a bullshit, he’s also been called a misogynist (100% not true).
Not only all the main female characters from his movies are all: independent, strong and fearless, but also, they are treated the same way as the male characters. Do we wanna talk about the ending of “Grindhouse: Deathproof”? During the first segment of the movie, Stuntman Mike kills all the women in the car, but during the second part, his ass is kicked by the other female protagonists. Or Kill Bill vol. 1 and 2 for example, where the
powerful Beatrix Kiddo a.k.a The Bride/ Black Mamba, seeks revenge and kills everyone.
So yeah I would say that Tarantino really supports equality of the sexes. And if this isn’t enough, I suggest you to watch “The Hateful Eight” in which you can find a key-scene, that sums up Tarantino’s idea towards feminism.
I only had time to do 4 categories:
action adventure, drama, comedy & family but I'll make more for TV, anime, sci-fi, horror and such later. they're all movies that I've seen and enjoyed, my personal favorites are starred ☆
10 things i hate about you (my fave!!!), 500 days of summer, short term 12, amelie, clueless, 6 years, comet, ask me anything, the art of getting by, closer, the truman show, mr. nobody, kill bill: volumes 1 & 2, silver linings playbook, donnie darko, little miss sunshine, submarine, virgin suicides, eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, gone girl, american psycho, american beauty, girl interrupted, the royal tenenbaums, empire records, what’s eating gilbert grape, we’re the millers, mysterious skin, copenhagen, leon: the professional, good will hunting, how to lose a guy in 10 days, i origins, almost famous, requiem for a dream, moonrise kingdom, but im a cheerleader, trainspotting, scott pilgrim vs the world, pulp fiction, ferris bueller’s day off, stuck in love, hick, prozac nation, palo alto, little birds, edward scissorhands, heathers
È veramente difficile, se non impossibile trovare un film di Tarantino che non mi piaccia, e di certo Kill Bill non è uno di quelli; Kill Bill è un film in 2 parti scritto e diretto da Quentin Tarantino, e con Uma Thurman come protagonista. Inizialmente sarebbe dovuto essere un unico film, ma visto che la durata superava le 4 ore, la casa di produzione Miramax Films chiese al regista di tagliare alcune scene; Tarantino propose invece di suddividerlo in due film. Kill Bill volume 1 uscì nelle sale cinematografiche nel 2003 e Kill Bill vol. 2 nel 2004. Questo capolavoro si basa su una trama originale che, come abitudine di Tarantino, è al tempo stesso ricca di omaggi, riferimenti e citazioni più o meno esplicite di altri film, risultato della cinefilia maniacale del regista. Questo film è da vedere, e ci sono veramente poche parole da dire, quindi ve lo consiglio assolutamente👍🏻
It’s really hard find a Tarantino movie that I don’t like, and certainly Kill Bill is not one of those; Kill Bill is a 2-part film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, and with Uma Thurman as the protagonist. Initially it was supposed to be a single film, but as the duration exceeded 4 hours, the Miramax Films production house asked the director to cut some scenes; Tarantino proposed instead to subdivide it into two films. Kill Bill volume 1 came out in theaters in 2003 and Kill Bill vol. 2 in 2004. This masterpiece is based on an original plot that, like Tarantino’s habit, is at the same time rich in gifts, references and quotes more or less explicit of other films, the result of the director’s maniacal cinematic. This movie is to be seen, and there are really few words to say, so I absolutely recommend it👍🏻