look!!at!!!this!!movie!!!

The only thing I’m not looking forward to about the Ninjago Movie is the “youre not a REAL fan unless you watch the show!!” I have a feeling at least 1 person is going to be like that and its BS my dude

anonymous asked:

You wrote that the movie circle doesn't match the manga, but that made me go back to the manga and check. The movie trailer seems to match the manga quite well, even to the position of Ed and Al. Chapter 23 has some clear shots of it -- the layout looks the same, and the symbols across from Ed and Al look like "♂ ♃ θ" (though θ has more lines thru it), which looks like the movie. I think it's based on the manga. -- Merlyn LeRoy

Ah, sorry to disappoint you, but they’re not the same! Very close, but not quite.

If you pay close attention to where lines intersect, you’ll see that the circle in the movie features two pentagons, while in the manga it’s two squares.

Although you are right about the symbols appearing to be the same, which makes me wonder how/why they could get that level of detail yet have a different main structure.

zenosanalytic replied to your post: what is it with hollywood movies “based” on egypt…

Also, re the new Mummy, the old Universal monster movies were horror films. From the trailers, that looks like an utterly generic action movie(just like the recent Dr. Frankenstein) filled with terroristic mass-destruction imagery. If Universal wants to build an actual worthwhile franchise with those properties, going back to horror and understanding what makes them compelling might help.

thing is, i don’t see any value in that either. i can hardly believe there is anything to like about it tbh

anonymous asked:

What are your thoughts on Amandla? She's been kinda working my nerves lately. She hyped up her new movie, Everything, Everything as if it was the groundbreaking masterpiece because it had a black lead. Meanwhile, I went to see it and it was...mediocre. (And this is coming from someone who LOVES teen fiction). I just feel like she let herself get to gassed and now she's not acting right.

I actually haven’t actively formed an opinion on them since that whole Nazi love story fiasco a couple months ago (Are they still doing that movie?). I just looked up the movie you’re talking about and now I wonder if they’re going to get typecast as the ‘black girl love interest’ in films where they end up with a white boy. Because Amandla is mixed and light, that’s a really real possibility when you think about it.

As always, I wish them continued growth both personally, and with regards to their activism.

Look, I know the Resident Evil movies are kinda bad. But you have to give Paul W.S. Anderson credit for consistently convincing studios to let him make his Resident Evil AU fanfic starring his OC who happens to look like his wife.

New person I met on the internet- So you’re from Barbados, do have pirates and stuff like pirates of the Caribbean.

Me-

Originally posted by desingyouruniverse

Then having to explain Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana etc All speak different with their own accents.

The most common question is does it look like the movie.

Do people really not know or is it a joke? I’ve been asked this same question over and over.

anonymous asked:

Adele's When We Were Young reminds me so much of H because of the "everyone loves the things you do from the way you talk to the way you move, everybody here is watching you cause you feel like home, you're like a dream come true" and the "you look like a movie, you sound like a song" bc I can't find a better definition for what I feel for him.

It’s always reminded me of Harry omfg I love it

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You came back.

Of course I came back. I’ll never leave you again. 

I’m afraid it’s my turn to leave…

We’re together now. It’s going to be fine!

At least I got to see you…one last time…

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we finally got a super hero movie with one of the most diverse casts ever AND EVERYONE IS LETTING IT FLOP.

OH LOOK: A SUPER HERO MOVIE WITH • INDIAN SUPERHERO
• CHINESE SUPERHERO
• LATINA SUPERHERO
• HANDICAPPED SUPERHERO
• AUTISTIC AND AFRICAN AMERICAN SUPERHERO
• QUEER SUPERHERO
•GREAT ACTING
•RELATABLE CHARACTERS
•GREAT SOUNDTRACK
• A+++ CHEMISTRY
• NOSTALGIA
• NO FORCED ROMANCE
• NO NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES FOR PEOPLE WITH AUTISM
• NO QUEER BAITING
• FEMALE LEADS THAT AREN’T USED AS LEVERAGE FOR THE MALE LEADS
• AND THE OPPORTUNITY FOR 5 FUTURE SEQUELS WITH A FEMALE GREEN RANGER


But no, everyone wants to go see another Scarlett Johansson flick (no shade I love her), Alec Baldwin voicing a baby, and beauty and the beast.

If there’s not going to be a sequel, someone fight me. I may be little but I’m feisty.

Praying that South Korea, Tokyo, and China save the day because once again, America has let me down.