We got into the last five or six minutes of the movie and it’s a very emotional ending. And…I saw Hugh just do this a little bit. I suddenly realized, Oh Lord, I need to do the same thing. And then this is what I felt. I swear. That was what happened and Hugh held my hand and of course I was done. I was finished. I’m just weeping and sobbing, but then we had to wait for the credits to roll before we could go up on stage and be introduced and while the credits were rolling cus’ they are long in these movies. I realized if this is the end, there is no more perfect and beautiful way to say au revoir, goodbye and adios than what has just happened.
Ok, so I loved the new Power Rangers movie. Each and every one of the characters made that movie. I’ve seen a lot of love for Kim, Billy, Trini, and Zack, but not as much for Jason, who was honestly the most relatable one to me. So here’s my contribution to why he’s awesome:
The way he stands up to that guy bullying Billy in detention
How he treats Billy - even before they’re friends, he treats him with respect, with none of the condescending BS that often comes with popular kids sticking up for victims of bullying. And after they’re friends? broTP material.
He makes mistakes. A lot of them. He admits it, accepts the consequences, and does his best from there. (That’s like, the most relatable thing)
His determination - I mean, did you see the way he rode that bike with a broken knee? And of course, in the final battle with Rita.
His friendship with all the Rangers - tell me you don’t love it every time he gets one of them to smile?
He genuinely cares about people and helps them in any way he can.
His motivational speeches to the other rangers.
When he admits he doesn’t know what’s going on, or what is the right thing to do, but he says what he thinks they should do and why - this (along with everything above) is what makes him such a good leader. He’s not perfect and he knows it. He’s going to make mistakes and he’s admitting that upfront. He’s not leading from a desire of power or control, but because he genuinely wants them to succeed as a team.
His relationship with his dad. They don’t see eye to eye, but Jason clearly has a lot of respect for him.
I feel like you all need a french lesson about “je suis allé au cinéma avec mon copain et ma famille.”
“Mon copain” has a double meaning in French. It could be “my friend” or “my boyfriend”.
But let’s be clear: you’re using “mon copain” as “my friend” when you’re 8 yo. If you’re on age of dating, it will be interpreted automatically as “my boyfriend”.
(But “mes copains” as plural will automatically be interpreted as “my friends”, even if you’re 20yo.)(or maybe you’re in a polyamory relationship but it doesn’t happen this often ^^’)
(also you can say “je suis allé au cinéma avec un copain”, and it will be interpreted as “just a friend”. Example : “tu sors avec lui? - Non, c’est un copain / oui c’est mon copain” Are you dating him ? No it’s a friend/ yes it’s my boyfriend”)
funny and sad, but only because this life will end, and it’s this secret world
that exists right there in public, unnoticed, that no one else knows about.
it’s sort of like how they say that other dimensions exist all around us, but
we don’t have the ability to perceive them. that’s what i want out of a
relationship. or just life, i guess.