love love love this movie!


A previous post about memes got me thinking about animation. (Consider the coconut! Okay, let’s consider it!) I think the Fair Folks would LOVE animation! The coming together of storytelling, drawing, music, acting, and the optical play that allows still images to move, and all done collaboratively. I imagine a projector and screen set up on the soccer field once a month, and students, teachers, and Gentry alike would chill out on the grass and watch animated movies, always carefully chosen of course, to not depict the Otherkin too negatively. Anything with witches or fairies is generally out, for starters. You don’t want to offend the guests. Movie Nights are usually really well attended, and there’s a general truce that holds around movie time. No spiriting away students traveling to or from the event, or any other otherworldly shenanigans that tend to happen after dark. The weather is always particularly lovely on Movie Nights.


anonymous asked:

would you give some musical recommendations?

Tbh if you haven’t watched Barbie: The Princess and the Pauper idk if u can even call yourself a true musical fan

Alien :Covenant Review

Fassbender talking to Fassbender. Fassbender seducing Fassbender. Fassbender kissing Fassbender . Fassbender fighting Fassbender. Excellent performances by Fassbender and Fassbender. 10/10 would watch again. Hopefully in the third film, they’ll add another Fassbender. The more the merrier, amirite ?

ID #42152

Name: Georgia
Age: 17
Country: England

Ok so I already submitted one of these but I left a ton out. I’m such a pain.
Ok well for starters, I’m a huge believer in feminism (intersectional, duh) and just equal rights for everyone in general. I definitely won’t tolerate any kind of racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia etc.
I’m also an avid reader/film watcher/music listener. My favourites are…
Film: perks of being a wallflower, la la land, love rosie, and begin again
Music: ed sheeran, dodie clark, lewis watson, haim, the staves (but I listen to pretty much everything)
Books: literally anything Holly Bourne has written, Looking for Alaska, Eleanor and Park, and a whole bunch of others.
That being said, I will read/watch/listen to pretty much anything anyone recommends.
Aside from that, I’m also a huge fan of hockey (toronto maple leafs(!!) & new york rangers mostly), musicals (my faves atm being hamilton and heathers), cats, poetry, writing, and learning languages. I’m only fluent in English but I can write and speak pretty decent French and German, I know some Spanish and I’m trying to learn Swedish

The idea of having friends all over the world has intrigued me for a long time, and I think having a penpal would just be so cool! I would prefer to email (at least at the beginning) as my parents are a tad skeptical about me giving my email address to strangers, but I’d love to ‘snail mail’ at some point in the future!

There’s probably tons I left out again but oh well.

Hope you’re having a nice day wherever you are :)

Preferences: Relatively close to my age, maybe 16-20. As I mentioned before, no racists, sexist, transphobes, xenophobes, homophobes, etc. You don’t have to be a feminist, but please no anti-feminists. Other than that, I have no preferences about country, religion, or sexuality as that doesn’t change the value of anyone’s friendship :)

sexy-scot-love replied to your photoset “It’s a testament to the unfeasible beauty of the cast of Jim…”

How very dare they, Aidan average, bollocks

Exactly. What is considered average anyway?? Everyone is special in their own way. That’s the one thing we all have in common with him.

heyitsmeme replied to your photoset “It’s a testament to the unfeasible beauty of the cast of Jim…”

Exactly, average in who’s eyes cause I don’t see average at all.

In her eyes apparently. It’s incredibly interesting to me though how she praises the main achievement of the movie in casting people that to her are prettier than Aidan. So what kind of review starts with comparing the author’s beauty standards as an important introducing fact for a movie? Well, it maybe shows in her rating of said movie since she didn’t seem impressed overall.

the king arthur movie is SO BAD, guys.

imagine a baby and a kitten got together and tried to edit a movie with only the vaguest idea of arthurian legend based on the backs of the VHS of the disney version and also the lion king for some reason, and also the barest idea of how human brains can accept and understand editing and narrative. imagine a pretty good video game opening for 2001, but watched thru the haze of a really strenuous flu and it’s rented and ancient and was chewed up by at least two dogs so it’s glitching a lot. imagine a knight’s tale……………Reimagined™ (needlessly) by a team of randos who only speak italian and their ideas are being translated by jen from the IT crowd in that one episode where she pretends she can speak italian. imagine a movie with a budget of four dollars (except the budget was HUGE). imagine an opium dream within a dream of robert downey jr’s 2009 sherlock holmes where jude law becomes a boring, leathery king who has a bad habit of constantly sacrificing the silent women he supposedly loves to an undulating pile of lovecraftian horror water ladies that live in his shame toilet in his penis tower basement ONLY to super saiyan into a really bad DnD dude with a motorcycle-insignia-metal skull head and the torso of two The Rocks smashed together (sorry, The Rock) instead of (a much better) watson. imagine eragon, but somehow exceedingly, fremdschamenly, schadenfreudingly worse. not many things get both german expressions, in a gleefully terrible adverb form at that, but this movie——oh, THIS movie——-deserves them. 

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