or at least a movie

anonymous asked:

I just realized that that line from Star Wars “You’ve got other problems: Women always figure out the truth. Always.” completely sounds like it’s Dick talking to Tim about Steph. I also just realized that Dick is most definitely the kind of older brother to take it upon himself to give his younger siblings thorough talks about everything he knows about love, dating, etc. Reactions to those talks are mixed.

Okay but let’s face it, at least half of the advice he gives is probably stolen from movies and stuff.

*Damian got into a fight at school*

“Well you know kid, with great power comes great responsibility”

*Cass stole the last muffin*

“I will search for you. I will find you. …… And I will kill you”

“You know Dick, I think I’m gonna try ice dancing”

“Do or do not, Jason. There is no try”

*Tim is asking for advice on his first date with Steph*

“SHA LA LA LA K I S S T H E G I RL !!!”

Go and watch Coco

I just got out of the teather and I cried, guys I cried, I just, it was so beautiful, and so perfectly executed, and the music (at least in spanish they were beautiful). For those that are scared the movie is too similar to The Book of Life don’t worry this is a completely different story just set around the same celebration, but it was so beautiful. The book of life was more comedy and Coco will hot you in the feels if you love your family.

okay so if Fantastic Beasts 2 is called “Crimes of Grindelwald” - will we actually get to cover his crimes committed against one Percival Graves right???

I mean, impersonating a government official and the fact that nobody seems to still know where the real one is - so that’s at least impersonation and kidnapping along with possible murder….this movie is gonna be about Graves right??

nothing is worse than a Bad Comedy movie.. when an action or horror movie is bad it can at least be unintentionally funny, but when a movie sets out to make you laugh and fails, then what?? in conclusion fuck zefron

anonymous asked:

the spideypool ship confuses me. is it like a friendship ship since peter is at least like 16-18 (depending on movies or whatever, idk) or is it full on romance?? help

Peter is in his thirties. This isn’t the movies, it’s comic books. Wade is in love with Spidey, didn’t like Peter but has since changed his opinion and now likes him just fine; Peter is quite torn about Wade, on the one hand he likes him and is impressed when Wade does something good, on the other hand Wade is irresponsible and kills people so we’re all curious to see where the ship goes. 

anonymous asked:

i think what that anon is forgetting that at least in the recent thor movies, they're not even related, or even the same species...

Yeah! Step brothers or not, Their dynamic is so good i got easily obsessed since the first Thor movie… I don’t think the matter desserves so much discussion tbh…

anonymous asked:

what do you think about the upcoming hsm tv show in 2019?

unless it’s gonna include orginal cast and will be centered around troy and gabriella’s life after college and them being married, and they will be portrayed by vanessa hudgens and zac efron (obviously), with more pda and kissing than hsm movies and will include at least implied pg scenes i am not interested and disney can try to continue to exploit the trilogy and turn it into a joke for all i care

unnecessarily detailed dislikes - answer the questions for your muse and tag some people. please repost, don’t reblog!

muse name:

fox william mulder

least favorite nickname:

spooky

least favorite color:

obnoxious yellows and greens

least favorite season:

winter

least favorite weather:

hot days in the midwest because it’s like he’s breathing through a wet towel

least favorite temperature:

hot

least favorite holiday:

his birthday

least favorite food:

marmite

least favorite flavor:

spicy

least favorite drink:

dainty cocktails

least favorite scent:

agricultural animals

least favorite sound:

monotone voices in meetings

least favorite book:

early shakespearean plays

least favorite movie:

aliens

least favorite tv show:

reality tv like keeping up with the kardashians

least favorite school subject:

mulder was a decent student who excelled in many subjects but things like extensive math and art classes were probably not his favorite

least favorite aspect of their job:

not helping abduction victims completely

least favorite fictional character:

robin hood but the fox - probably because little fox mulder isn’t as giving or as cool

least favorite person:

the cigarette smoking man

least favorite trait in others:

arrogance

least favorite place:

his childhood home

least favorite thing to talk about:

his family

least favorite thing about themselves:

his depression

least favorite sexual position:

the one that accidentally pulled something in his back

least favorite daily chore:

doing laundry

least favorite style of clothing:

drawstring pants - let them stay dead

least favorite activity:

staying still

least favorite superpower:

flying

least favorite thing about humanity:

their disbelief

least favorite thing about being in love:

the idea of it being unreciprocated

least favorite thing about death:

it happens too often around him

tagged by: @odairing
tagging: @skepticreal @dubitavero @griefheld @missingmulder @winterforged @turnedbabe @archerwhiterp @psychunt @asperad

What really sucks about the way Joss Whedon writes is that he sort of has this idea that if he writes about women being strong and confident, that is all it takes for women to appreciate his work. Like, even if the villain constantly belittles a woman for being a woman and people are constantly harassing her and sexualizing her, it’s okay because she’s strong and she can take it.

The biggest difference between Whedon’s version of Wonder Woman and Jenkins is that in Whedon’s version Wonder Woman is A Woman. She (and the audience) must be constantly aware that she is a Woman, that she is Sexy, that she is overcoming incredible odds because she has the terrible disadvantage of Being Born A Woman.

Whereas in Jenkins’ film Diana simply exists. There are some points made by other characters about her being a woman, like when Steve won’t sleep with her because he feels it’s improper, or when his secretary says, “Oh yes, put specs on her, like after that she won’t be the most beautiful woman you’ve ever seen”, but Diana is almost completely unaware of her status as a Dreaded Woman. Her excitement over a baby? She’s literally never seen one before. Her little makeover seen? Spends the whole thing looking for something comfortable she can fight in. She basically never mentions the difference between men and women, never even says that women are better or whatever because she was raised by them. 

Joss Whedon would have never let Wonder Woman forget she was a Woman. She would have constantly been making comments about it, wether positive or negative, as would everyone around her. In Whedon’s heyday that might have flown a lot better, but now women seem to be a little sick of grrrrl power. They just want power. They just want to exist, both on screen and in life, without constant reminders that they are Women and that they must pay for that at every turn.

Me: Hey, I’m in a really good mood today! There’s absolutely nothing that can take this good mood away from—

2017:

Juju’s Top Animated Movies That Everyone Should See Just Once

1. Song of the Sea

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2. Coraline

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3. The Last Unicorn

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4. Scooby Doo on Zombie Island

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5. Castle in the Sky

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6. The Road to El Dorado

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7. My Neighbors the Yamadas

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8. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya

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9. The Emperor’s New Groove

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10. Yellow Submarine

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