movies are my love

me: yeah idk i dont really care for romance-centric movies, they tend to be boring and unrelatable

The Shape of Water (2017) by Guillermo del Toro: has sexey fishman, who looks like a cross between abe sapien and thane from mass effect. also protagonist is mute lady who teaches fishman asl and they fall in love and escape from a tropey research facility? doug jones plays fishman ?

me: 

Bill- Go. I’m the one who got you all into this. I’m s-s-sorry.. go!

Bev- Guys, we can’t.

Richie- I told you Bill. I fucking told you. I don’t wanna die. It’s your fault. You punched me in the face, you made me walk through shitty water, you brought me to a fucking crackhead house, and now… I’m gonna have to kill this fucking clown. WELCOME TO THE LOSERS CLUB ASSHOLE!

you: yeah that new spider-man movie was dope lol

me, an intellectual: spider-man: homecoming single handedly saved the spider-man franchise. making peter so young and not retelling his origin story and keeping him as an innocent fanatic just makes the character more likable and a lot more relatable. while the first movie still left me with questions of “why?” “who?” etc, it’s only further push my interest in the film. the diversity - in not only the main cast, but in the regular students in the film - makes peter parker all the more a realistic character. there was no main love interest, which helped focus on peter’s character development (realizing that even without the suit, he knew he was spider-man for a reason). flash’s approach to non-physical bullying also grounds the character and touches on verbal harassment - a more likely form of bullying in high school, again making it more realistic. spider-man: homecoming is art and those aren’t copies they’re just fax

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@bythedawn asked:. I am looking for a gifset of the scene where the Amazons walk out of the hall after questioning Steve and the absolutely respectful way Diana interrupts her mother and the general (I think?) talking. Have you come across it/can you create it? That was so profoundly female to me; an amazing show of women communicating with respect and love. I can’t get it out of my head.