lost confession

Someone should really talk to Disney about this. Especially because Hollywood has yet to turn out a prominent movie about Atlantis, Disney would be a fool to not take advantage of this fact. Even though it would be a remake of the animated film, they could build upon it and reimagine it as a massive, spectacular epic with mind blowing effects almost like Avatar. I would pay hella money to watch that shit.

I’m sorry no I’m not but bro

can we just take the time to acknowledge Sasuke’s face when Nardo gets hurt!?

Like LOOK AT HIM BRO.

INFJ problem

I can never seem to find anyone that wants to experience life like I do.. I long to feel this crazy thing we call life in every possible way; I want to see the vibrant colors of feelings and experience the fullness of every emotion. But no one else wants that. Everyone I know just wants to continue on in their shallow little world, experiencing as few emotions as possible. Everyone wants just simple small talk, no one wants to have real conversations about real things. All I want is to just lay on the beach with someone and pour out my soul to them, without the constant knowledge that they don’t care or that they’re judging me. But those types of people are the hardest to find. 

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2017 book releases I’m most looking forward to

Do you want to know a Disney movie that really IS progressive and revolutionary?

Atlantis: The Lost Empire. It is not your typical Disney movie and that is one of the reasons why I love it.

It does not have any musical numbers or animals.

It takes place in an alternate version of 1914 where sexism does not exist. 

The hero is a skinny scholar and the princess is a tattooed warrior who is over 8,000 years old. 

A male and a female villain are working together….and they are not a couple.

The rest of the cast is racially diverse. 

The movie was sadly a box office flop (because it was released at the time when general audiences turned away from 2D films) so even Disney ignores it and many so-called Disney “fans” have never even heard of it.

I’m one of those people who gets attached quickly, opens up easily, and loves with all my heart, but has no idea how to express it.
—  Confessions of the misunderstood
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♡ OT7 ♡

♡ Kim Seokjin ♡

♡ Min Yoongi ♡ 

♡ Jung Hoseok ♡

♡ Kim Namjoon ♡

♡ Park Jimin ♡

♡ Kim Taehyung ♡

♡ Jeon Jungkook ♡

 Ships   

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Last updated: 25/4/2017

“She kept whispering in my ear

All the words I never got to hear her saying,

Words of a love she never gave me

Words of a tale she once asked me to forget.

Her voice steals my breath

Her touch gives it back to me

And for a second I envision

That whispered paradise I will never get to see.”

anonymous asked:

What are your favourite documentaries (about true crime or anything else)?

My favourite documentary is Dear Zachary: A letter to a son about his father. It’s probably one of my favourite films in general to be honest. I can’t give it a higher recommendation - I inflict it on everyone I know!

Other than that I consume I shocking amount of documentaries so it’s hard for me to pick ones - especially true crime. There’s a good American Justice series available on iPlayer right now (and another recent one called I Shot my Parents which is worth a watch!), Making a Murderer is also a firm favourite, and anything by Louis Theroux I will watch (and probably love - although My Scientology Movie really wasn’t up to scratch). Capturing the Friedmans, Team Foxcatcher, West of Memphis (and Paradise Lost), The Confessions of Thomas Quick, The Fear of 13, Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer, The Paedophile Next Door, Who Took Johnny?, Newtown and The Witness are other true crime ones that i’d recommend 

Right now though I am obsessed with Adam Curtis documentaries. Hypernormalisation and Bitter Lake are phenomenal and I could watch them over and over and over again. Also The Trap, The Power of Nightmares, The Century of the Self (like I needed any more of a reason to hate Freud), The Living Dead and The Way of All Flesh are incredible and all available on youtube. They are not true crime, some of them are different but in general his documentaries are about what has influenced the current geopolitical landscape and the development of western culture (and the impact this has had in the middle east - and vice versa). I can’t stop watching them…

Also - Requiem for the American Dream, because Noam Chomsky.