not sure i get on with this film

Here is my super talented, super handsome friend Michael Kohl laying down a take for the big musical number in Star vs. the Forces of Evil - Face the Music.

Be sure to check out his latest project Extra Lives (YouTube channel here). They do intricate covers of video game music, running the gamut of styles, my personal favorite being the Overworld Theme from Super Mario Bros. 2, not just because I love this piece of music, but because you really get a feel for just how intricate and funky it is when you hear it played live with minimal studio intrusion. Musicianship. Can’t beat it.

anonymous asked:

Someone told me they gave Moonlight the Oscar because Last year the complaint from POC about being excluded from any awards at the Show? But I just assumed it was more intriguing than 2 white people dancing around in LALA-Land. I'm not sure because Hollywood tends to do things like this, Like ESPN had their nominations almost a month before the show but at the last min slipped Caitlyn Jenner in after her transformation was complete and gave her the award, That gave ESPN good PR with LGBT

It was the better film. La La Land is a copy of Singing in the Rain and A Star is Born. It’s pretty but it’s not original or ambitious. It didn’t win because it didn’t deserve to win. Can we not act like any success black people get is because of tokenism and start realising it’s because they damn well deserve it?

I don’t understand people’s beef with CGI Tarkin.

Some of y’all seem to have a problem with CGI Tarkin in the new Star Wars movie Rogue One but let’s get some things straight:

The man has been dead for at least 22 years, so there’s no way to bring him on screen, right? “Why not recast him? They did the same with Mon Mothma.”

They sure did and they sure did recast Tarkin before in Episode III, but nobody talks about this abomination for good reason.

The good news was it was only a cameo from a distance in the film.

It’s unfortunate though because Wayne Pygram is actually a really good actor. I just wish they did a better make-up job.

So that was an example of recast. 

People argue that the CGI looks fake and looks better in movies like James Cameron’s Avatar but here’s the thing: it only looks good because the entire world was CGI and contact with actual reality was kept to a minimum. The scene where Sigourney Weaver’s human character is carried by the Navi through the forest actually looks pretty fake. 

The entire time, “Tarkin” had to be in contact with real cast members beside him so of course there’s an uncanny valley effect. Have you looked at the job they did though?

Original for comparison:

Certainly better than what happened in Episode III. Besides, the uncanny valley would probably work in his favor since he IS a villain. They’re supposed to be unsettling.

Guy Henry and the people at ILM (Industrial Light and Magic) worked hard and did a damn good job AND they brought Peter Cushing back from the dead. Appreciate the skill, enjoy the damn popcorn, and enjoy the damn movie because Rogue One is a damn good movie.

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Victor’s conversational Japanese is far, far better than Yuuri’s Russian will ever be.

Yuuri can say ‘hello’ and ‘good luck’ and ‘how do I get to the airport from here’ and ‘do you have any advice on my combination jumps?’ in adequate Russian, though Yakov always lowers his brows and answers in gruff accented English. Victor can say all of those things in Japanese, but also things like, ‘I love the sound of the seagulls on the shore,’ and ‘Mama, tell Yuuri and Makkachin to stop ganging up on me,’ and ‘Axel! Lutz! Loop! Make sure you film this for the skating nerds, okay?’ Victor can manage a conversation with just about anyone, up to and including bearded grandpas who have never left Hasetsu and only speak in a Kyushu accent so thick that even normal tourists from the city have to ask them to repeat themselves. He fills in the gaps with hand gestures, asks for new words with total unselfconsciousness, and soaks up Yuuri’s language like a sponge.

On the other hand, Yuuri can reliably read street signs in St Petersburg, so he’s doing a lot better than Victor there. Victor’s way is to just do things and work it out as he goes along. He doesn’t do nearly as well at anything he has to study. Yuuri only got his head around English by studying and studying, and putting in hours of practice with a Russian primer comes easily to him. Victor gets bored after ten minutes of Japanese reading lessons.

“Show me your name, Yuuri,” he says at last. “I don’t need anything else.”

Yuuri writes it for him on the back of an old receipt from the onsen restaurant, and then, when Victor insists, talks him through each character. Victor exclaims over every one (cute! perfect! that’s exactly you, Yuuri!) until Yuuri laughs.

If, Yuuri thinks, he had stopped Victor stealing that receipt with a wink and slipping it ostentatiously into his wallet, he could have avoided a whole lot of embarrassment later. But at the time it only made him blush and laugh and avoid Victor’s eyes. At the time he still didn’t understand just how serious Victor was about him. It’s not until the time they’ve upended both their lives, moved Yuuri halfway across the world for the second time in a year, kissed and cried both in public and in private, and whispered promises to each other over the rings Yuuri bought them, that Yuuri is prepared to face up to the fact that Victor is truly as serious as a heart attack about him.

Of course by then he’s forgotten all about the receipt.


Really Yuuri should have been suspicious when Victor wouldn’t show him his costume for his comeback free skate, especially after the string of transparent excuses. “It’s not finished,” says Victor, and then, “It’s gone back to the costumier for tailoring, because your mama’s cooking made me gain weight, Yuuri!,” and finally the totally unconvincing, “no, it’s bad luck.”

“Isn’t that for weddings?” says Yuuri, and then, “Victor. Are you skating in a wedding costume?”

“No!” says Victor.

“You can’t wear a veil to hide your bald spot, old man,” says Yuuri.

“You’re so cruel,” says Victor. “Of course I’m not skating in a wedding outfit. That’s for our wedding skate.”

“Wedding skate?” says Yuuri, and eyes Victor suspiciously. Unfortunately it is completely impossible to tell the difference between Victor’s joking grin and his I-am-deadly-serious grin. “Victor, are we doing a wedding skate?”

“When you win gold,” says Victor airily. “Which you won’t if you don’t practice that flip, by the way, because you’re competing with a genius from now on. Go on! Listen to your coach!”

“You’re not so much of a genius that you don’t also need to practice, Vitya!” yells Yakov from across the rink. Yakov, Yuuri’s discovered, has incredible hearing.  “Get over here! Flirt in the off-season!”

Victor smirks and tosses his head and touches Yuuri’s hand tenderly and skates away to see what Yakov wants, already radiating who me? from every line of his body. Yuuri covers his giggle with his hand and goes to practice the quad flip.

He realises later that Victor successfully dodged telling Yuuri anything at all about his free skate costume. Yuuri’s seen bits of the program, and Victor’s played him the music, but he’s being secretive about how the whole thing fits together. Yuuri decides to let him get on with it. He knows how much Victor loves creating surprises. It makes something inside him melt when he thinks that Victor’s getting up early and practicing for hours before Yuuri gets to the rink just to make a surprise for him.

They’re a - a thing, now. A something. Yuuri doesn’t want to put words on it in case he ruins it. ‘Boyfriend,’ which is what the sports press is going with, doesn’t seem big enough anyway. Boyfriend is what Georgi is doing with his beautiful snowboarder Katya, and it’s about going to restaurants together and him bringing her flowers - not that Yuuri and Victor aren’t doing that, they went out for Italian last week, but it’s different. They’re just them. Victor is Victor and Yuuri is Yuuri, and together they’re together, and that’s all that matters. Victor kisses Yuuri’s ring and makes jokes about getting married, and Yuuri skates for him.

He’s the happiest he’s ever been in his life.

And on top of that they share a bed, and they share… other things. Things Yuuri finds hard to talk about unless he’s actually in bed, with Victor, and then the filth that he can whisper and mean shocks them both. His understanding of Eros is certainly improving.

“Don’t forget to make notes, Yuuri,” says Victor afterwards, once, while Yuuri is still panting. “You’re going to need all of this to beat me at Worlds.”

Yuuri very calmly picks up a pillow and puts it over Victor’s face and keeps it there while Victor kicks and laughs and protests that he’s being murdered, murdered! underneath him. He thinks that’s more than fair.


In the end Yuuri doesn’t get to see Victor’s free skate program until the Russian Nationals, and even then, thanks to the terrible timing of their respective national competitions, he’s watching it on a livestream from Tokyo instead of in real life. And he almost misses what Victor’s done, too caught up in the beautiful, beautiful skating to really look at the costume. No one, no one, skates like Victor Nikiforov. He’s beautiful; he’s more than just beautiful; he’s mesmerizing. And in the secret depths of his soul, Yuuri thinks that even the old Victor Nikiforov couldn’t skate like the man he’s watching on his phone’s too-small screen. He lets himself imagine that it’s because of him, and his heart is full.

Part of him is also wondering how on earth Victor expects him to beat a program like this at Worlds. He hasn’t held back at all. He’s been telling Yuuri this whole time that he’s going to win gold, while preparing a program like this for him to compete against? Once Yuuri would have assumed Victor had been lying every time he encouraged Yuuri to aim for the top of the podium. Now he knows better than that. He puts his hands over his face. Victor has so, so much faith in him.

And then through a crack between his fingers he sees the camera for the stream pan down Victor’s body as he holds his final pose.

“Victor has been inspired by his experiences in Japan, where he coached the supposedly washed-up Yuuri Katsuki to his astonishing silver medal in the Grand Prix,” says the English-speaking commentator in Yuuri’s headphones. “It’s clear that Japanese culture means a lot to him! We do not have a translation yet for the Japanese characters he has chosen to, er, include in his costume, but this acknowledgement shows the graciousness we have come to expect from Nikiforov -”

“Victor!” Yuuri squeaks. 

The little Victor on the screen is smiling as he waves, in a way that probably looks enigmatic to anyone who doesn’t know him. It’s like he knows Yuuri is watching. The cameraman zooms in on the characters the commentator is talking about, and Yuuri wants to die.

That’s Yuuri’s name, ‘included’ in Victor’s costume. Included, in that there’s a sparkling mesh window over Victor’s hip, and Yuuri’s name is quite clearly tattooed there.

Yuuri suddenly remembers Victor taking that receipt.

At exactly that moment he gets a text from Minako which is nothing but a keysmash.

Victor wins his Nationals, beating Yurio by a hair. Yuuri turns off his phone screen, lies down flat on his back, and tries not to die of blushing.

His phone beeps with another text. Yuuri scrambles to pick it up. It’s from Yurio.

😡😡😡😡😡👎‼, it says.

“Haha,” says Yuuri faintly.

Disney Songs in German

Disney songs from some popular Disney films dubbed in german! Music is a brilliant way to immerse yourself in your target language, and what better way than the Disney way? Many of these songs are from our childhoods, so it’s some nice nostalgic immersion. 

*The english titles next to the german is not necessarily a translation, but rather the english title. Also the year next to the title of the film is the year that the initial english film was released, not necessarily when it was released or dubbed in german.

Some notes: I apologize if your favourite Disney film or song didn’t make the list, I definitely didn’t get all of them. Maybe a part 2 is in order? Also, I tried my best to find videos that had subtitles and a translation, but unfortunately not all of them have it. You can always do a quick google search if you want the lyrics and/or english translation. Be sure to check the descriptions as well, some of them have the lyrics in there. Some videos are better or worse quality than others, but they’re all generally listenable.

I’d also like to give a huge thanks and credit to the creators who translated and subtitled these videos! They did all the work, afterall.


Mulan (1998)

Pocahontas (1995)

Dornröschen [Sleeping Beauty] (1959)

Tarzan (1999)

Cinderella (1950) 

Note: While the german name for ‘Cinderella’ is ‘Aschenputtel’, she goes by Cinderella in the german-dubbed Disney version. Aschenputtel is also an alternative title to the film.

Aristocats (1970)

Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge [Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs] (1937)

Note: Disney’s Snow White has been re-dubbed a couple times in german for some reason, so the particular year a song is from may differ from another. They’re all from the same movie though.

Arielle, die Meerjungfrau [The Little Mermaid] (1989)

Note: Same situation as Snow White.

Aladdin (1992)

Der König der Löwen [The Lion King] (1994)

Der König der Löwen 2 – Simbas Königreich [The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride] (1998)  

Küss den Frosch [The Princess and the Frog] (2009)

Rapunzel – Neu Verföhnt [Tangled] (2010)

Die Eiskönigin – Völlig Unverfroren [Frozen] (2013)

Das Dschungelbuch [The Jungle Book] (1967)

Alice im Wunderland [Alice in Wonderland] (1951)

Hercules (1997)

My other Disney compilations: French Arabic  


“Star Wars is the first film I remember watching, and it had a massive impact,” he says. “Me and my brother started acting out these films at home. Just running around,” he raises his hands as if holding a blaster, and makes child-like firing sounds. Did he ever think he’d get a chance to live out those dreams for real? “No, never. Who does? I mean, I’m sure there are some incredibly focused, driven sociopaths who think, ‘Yeah I’m going to be in a Star Wars film’, and then aren’t surprised when they are, but I’m not one of them.”

for ShortList Magazine



(Youtube kinda screwed with the color, but it seems alright otherwise.)

If you know the song, kudos, because I’m pretty sure a good 99% of people watching won’t. But I hope you enjoy the animatic nonetheless! I’ve been working on finishing this thing for what seems like months, and I can’t speak for anybody else but I’m pretty happy with the result.

Happy (really late) anniversary to Alexander and Elizabeth Hamilton!

Newbie heroes having trouble keeping a lid on it; or alternatively another idea that came from a conversation with my sister
  • Marinette: hey Alya, still having trouble getting an interview with Volpina
  • Alya: actually could I talk to you about that, I may need you to film that for me
  • Marrinette: ok but why
  • Alya: *checks to make sure nobody's listening* because I can't film myself
  • Marinette: *deadpanned stare* ... really?
  • ---------
  • QueenBee: oh my god this is so exciting, I'm getting to hang out with my BFF Ladybug
  • Ladybug: um, we just met
  • QueenBee: no, you guys save me all the time. you come by my hotel and we take selfies
  • ------
  • Ladybug having a sit down talk with QB and Volpina: did your kwamis even mention keeping your identities secret or do me and Chat just get that rule?
Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket

Ok, so I’m sure all my fellow volunteers know that Warburton (voice of Kronk on the Emperors New Groove, and Brock Samson on Venture Bros.) is going to star as Lemony Snicket in the Netflix version of ASOUE. From a few photos that have been going around, we’re getting an idea of HOW the narration is going to be done; instead of being in the shadows and having nothing really to add, like in the film, it looks like Lemony is going to pop in Rod Serling style as the scene goes on in the background 

It might be because of my Twilight Zone obsession, but I’m totally in love with the idea of Warburton butting in with that crazy voice just to tell us how upsetting every episode will be 

Okay, everyone was right. The scene where Bucky buys plums was just. The best.

And you could just see the old Bucky there, someone charismatic and sweet and charming. He’s not his past self again, for sure, but there’s a lot of him still there.

And I’d just love to see what his life was like before all the shit hit the fan. I want to know if he went after HYDRA at all, I want to know if he made any friends in Bucharest, if he knew anyone there. I want to see him writing in his notebook and learning to cope with his trauma, I want to see him trying new things while regaining old ones and just getting to decide who Bucky is.

Basically I want another two-hour film of Bucky’s post-HYDRA domestic life.

Language tips!

I’m sure a lot of people have done this already, but I’m going to do it anyways.

1. Don’t make learning a language a chore. Make sure you know the reason you’re studying it so you don’t get discouraged from learning.

2. Use multiple resources. One resource can’t tell you everything. There are tons of masterposts, books and classes out there.

3. Look for corrections. I know this isn’t always possible without a teacher or native speaker but I use an app called HiNative (I’m sure you’ve heard of it) where native speakers or more advanced learners correct you.

4. Everyone was a beginner. Something I’ve seen floating around is “Even babies don’t say a word of their native language until about a year”.

5. Find a ton of music, films, TV shows, etc. in your target language. I even found Spanish covers of Japanese songs I liked. Singing the lyrics can also help with pronounciation and vocabulary.

6. Write things down. If you hear a new piece of vocabulary, an important phrase, etc. write it down so you can go over it. You can even write down stuff you don’t know and look for the definitions. A teacher of mine once said writing it down is like reading it 7 times.

7. It will be hard. My piano teacher told me that if something was easy, eveeyone would be doing it. Keep going (but don’t push yourself to hard), even when it seems like you’ll never learn the language.

Good luck! || Bonne chance! || ¡Buena suerte!

I’m giving away an UK Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of Caraval by Stephanie Garber!

Thank you to Hodder and Stoughton for sending me two copies! If you win you’ll be getting your hands on Caraval up to three weeks before it’s released!

Caraval has already been optioned for a film, and has been nominated for most anticipated YA release of 2017 by Barnes and Noble: you want this book, believe me!

This giveaway is open INTERNATIONALLY!

The giveaway will end on the 3rd of January at 8pm GMT and the winner will be contacted by message or via their ask box so make sure yours is open!

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Yixing doesn't deserve this.

All OT8 stans take the nasty exit on the left. Yixing is resting. He is taking a long needed break after carrying and spreading Exo’s name in China alone. You have no clue how many times he’s brought up Exo in an interview, talked about being with his group, talked about missing the boys. Even his damn ringtone is set to Call Me Baby in Go fighting. He’s taking a week off for his health after having a hectic schedule in China, something I’m very sure the boys support, remembering Chanyeol’s message to him in the summer. So miss me with this bullshit about him leaving. He’s taking the long deserved break that he didn’t get to have in January like Exo, when he was filming Operation Love and doing other multiple schedules. He’s finally letting himself rest. So please. Just look at how much he loves Exo, all the playful teasing and sweet actions at concerts and how much they love him. Look at how grateful and how much love he holds for Exo-Ls and Xingmi and his promise to us all. Have a little more faith in Yixing guys. He doesn’t deserve this.

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“(if you check in using someone else’s card, the hotel needs prior documentation that you didn’t steal it)” was this instituted before or after home alone 2?

Well, I mean, if you remember, a major subplot of Home Alone 2 was that he was ONLY allowed to check in because he was related to the card holder and he pulled some shit using a recording of his dad’s voice, and Tim Curry still spent the entire film trying to pin down his dad to get his approval on the credit card charges. I’m pretty sure it’s been in place basically since credit cards became a thing. 

But it’s also an obviously stupid rule to try and employ at conference center hotels, where OF COURSE half the people checking in won’t be using their own cards because only one or two people in a department have a corporate card. So a lot of times if you’re politely obstinate enough they’ll just waive it, because they know as well as you do that it’s a dumb rule. 

During this season Christopher and Lorelai get married in Paris.  Okay, I have to admit, this seemed so odd to me back then (especially after all that time apart; I just didn’t think Lorelai would get married without Rory present), that I somehow managed to completely forget it ever happened.  While we were filming the reboot, Dan Palladino had to call one of the superfan assistants in the office to have her explain the whole episode to me in detail.  Even then, I wasn’t sure she was telling me the truth: ‘No.  REALLY?  Are you sure?  No.  Paris?!’ I kept saying to her.

Lauren Graham - Talking As Fast As I Can

Me too, Lauren.  Me too.

If you’re ever torn about what to write, please consider a Leverage AU:

Here’s why:

You get your modern Robin Hood jollies, where you can have your characters be heroes without having to get trapped by the law.

You can have both your Team Mom/Team Dad ship and your OT3. Or literally any OTP+OT3 set.

You get to give people roles, and I know that’s always popular:

  • The Mastermind: This is the person you see planning every con, every heist, every destroyed reputation. They know their team’s skills and they know their target, and they have a way to make it all end in success.
  • The Grifter: Someone’s acting their way into every situation imaginable. Faking your own death? Getting a free pass to the Oval Office? Convincing people you’re a head of state? Sure, why not. (Stage/film acting skills not required. Really, really not required.)
  • The Hitter: Every team has the muscle. In this case, the muscle is probably also the cook, has a number of very strange skills (which they probably picked up from listening to old S/O’s talking about their interests), and can identify a gun by the sound of it from three blocks away. It’s a very distinctive gun, after all.
  • The Hacker: TBH probably the best person emotionally on the team. Very good with computers. Not just hacking either, but also photoshop and whatever else is needed to create the identity of the day. May or may not include references to nerd media in said identities.
  • The Thief: They can steal anything. Anything. Had a very inconsistent upbringing. Emotionally complicated and has trouble understanding people. May or may not drive like they learned while driving getaway cars as a preteen.

More people you can choose to add:

  • Interpol: This person isn’t really a friend or an enemy. More like… an occasional opponent who’s legally obligated to attempt to arrest you at every opportunity, but still comes to you for help to get their child out of a bad situation.
  • The Sixth Ranger Grifter: The Grifter’s friend who got called in on a favor as a replacement when the Grifter went soul-searching. They’re very good at their job, even if their ‘characters’ are often quite different from The Grifter’s, and may or may not have trained at Quantico at some point.
  • The Ex: Actually still on good terms with the Mastermind, even after the divorce. Specialist in something tangentially related to cons, like art history. Slightly confused but willing to help when they think it’s a good idea.
  • The Rival Hacker: Kind of a misogynistic jackass, but played by Wil Wheaton, who makes it hilarious. Yes, Wheaton plays them even in your AU of another series. Trust me on this.
  • The Mentor: The Thief’s old teacher. Replacement parent. Made a lot of mistakes, but knows what they’re doing. Has a cane that has either a 10,000 Volt tazer, or a 6-inch stiletto, but they’ve forgotten which.
  • The Detective: the friend on the force. Officially, they know nothing about the team’s activities. Unofficially, they know a lot and would very much like to thank the team for taking out the guys that shot them that one time.
  • Those Two FBI Guys: May or may not be guys. But there are two of them, and they are completely and utterly convinced that the Hacker and the Thief are legitimate FBI agents who do a lot of undercover work. They sometimes collaborate.
  • Quinn: I’m not even sure what to say for Quinn. Gave the Hitter an ACTUAL fight on one job. They kicked each others’ asses, but are apparently on good terms a few years later when the Hitter shows up to ask Quinn for some help on a job (with a six figure payment, of course).
  • Various others that you can check out on TvTropes

I just really love AUs and would really like to encourage you all to consider a Leverage AU at some point.

Just a friendly reminder...


Stop acting like the writers of the show are out to get you and treating your ‘ships’ badly. THEY AREN’T. I’m 110% sure they thought these last few episodes would be P O S I T I V E. Stop causing unnecessary drama just to try and prove a point. It’s getting old now. Stop spreading negativity and start spreading positivity!!!!!!!!

I’m so excited for the next episode. They keep getting better! 😊😊😊😊

Update on Jaemin:

Jaemin is still recovering from his herniated disc. He’s had the herniated disc since he was a trainee & it was treated then but it has recently gotten worse & for Jaemin’s health, he will continue resting until he recovers.

Source: SM

Note from minirookies ❤

No, Jaemin has not left NCT Dream, while he may have been resting for a long time, we ask you to please understand that it’s for his health and to make sure his injury doesn’t get any worse, and dancing on stage with NCT Dream could make the injury more severe. Some may ask “Why doesn’t he just sit on a chair while the others perform?” In my opinion, I think it would put a lot of pressure on Jaemin and he would still have to record the song and film the mv and whatnot and I don’t think that’s good for the injury. I also think Jaemin wants to show us the happy smiling Jaemin we all know and love, instead of an injured Jaemin who wouldn’t be able to show off his dancing and amazing hoverboarding skills. 

We will continuously keep updating you on Jaemin’s condition as more statements are released. 

Until then, let’s all hope Jaemin gets well soon!

Let’s just get into the full Christmas spirit by looking at some of the sweetest moments from pieces of Jaspar vlogmas 2014 which was when love happened

Can you put on the present I bought for you?

Joe and I are about to film our special scene

It looks like a romantic scene because I got my arm like this

“looks like a romantic scene”

sure, it only looks like this

ain’t no love in the air here

Look at this domestic cuteness

Joe really likes to do close-up shots of Caspar

For Christmas I just want some reins to put them on Caspar

Calm down there mate

Caspar’s smug face after his massage prank on Joe :’)

I’m so annoyed

Nice annoyed face you got there

Anyway, this was very random and not a proper analysis, more like random shots, but if you enjoyed it give this video a thumbs up I might do a part 2!