Film Meme [ 6 ] Underrated or Unappreciated Films → [ 6 ] Treasure Planet (2002) “Now, you listen to me, James Hawkins: you got the makings of greatness in you. But you got to take the helm and chart your own course. Stick to it, no matter the squalls! And when the time comes you get the chance to really test the cut of your sails, and show what you’re made of – well, I hope I’m there, catching some of the light coming off you that day.”
brittany and kendrick should start starring in movies together other then pitch perfect because their chemistry together is absolutely electric I mean they made bechloe a thing in pitch perfect when it wasn’t even supposed to be a thing if that’s not chemistry between to female actresses I dunno what is.
This is literally me after getting pitch slapped tonight.
I’m still having mixed feelings about the movie in general, but anyone who ever denies Bechloe is clearly blind. The love is so blatantly obvious it’s not even funny. My bet friend kept making comments about it, along with several others in the theater (which was sold out by the way).
I still can’t stand Jesse, and not because I love Bechloe so much, more for the reason that they literally make NO sense. They totally don’t mesh and Beca literally kept calling him “dude” like he was her brother or something. So strange. Meanwhile, she’s calling Chloe “Chlo”, and my heart literally jumped at hearing it.
It felt like there was too much going on with all the story lines jammed in there, but I need to see it again before I make my final decision. We missed a lot because everyone was laughing so hard you couldn’t hear a lot of the jokes. I might be in the minority, but I really liked the music in the first one better because it seemed so much less forced and genuine. The finale was really great though.
Just my initial thoughts, which o don’t think you nerds even wanted to know, but there it is. If anyone wants to ask me anything, feel free to inbox. 👍🏻😘
Clint Barton is a comic book artist and writer who went so far as to make a physical version of his main superhero’s suit in his enthusiasm. Natasha Romanoff is a KGB spy. On a favor for his friend Phil Coulson, Clint agrees to do a “civilian” paper swap in Budapest, where he meets Natasha. Things go a bit sideways from a third party intervening, but together they work their way out. Curious why the Americans appear to have sent a non-civilian due to a bit of lucky fighting on Clint’s part, Natasha asks who he is. He uses his character - Hawkeye- as a codename before they go their separate ways. The meeting gives Clint the idea for a new character in his comics, known as the Black Widow. A short amount of time later, Natasha decides she wants to defect to the States, but with a primary condition: “Hawkeye” has to be the agent helping her.
It’s only a matter of time before things get interesting defecting and his true identity comes out.
whenever i see people criticizing r/wby i just wanna stand on a rooftop with a megaphone yelling into a microphone that’s broadcasting via satellite radio to loudspeakers around the world about how dearly i love this show and how much better it is than i was ever expected it to be and how impressive it is for a project done by mainly amateurs and how the team takes more care in the storytelling than most “professional” productions do and how they actually treat their audience like they’re intelligent and how they don’t ever fall into the trap of shock value as storytelling and how it all comes together to create a beautiful and emotional story about four incredible girls who together with all their friends and allies are gonna band together to save the world and oH MY GOLLY DIDDLY GOSH I LOVE THIS SHOW SO MUCH
Sargent saw his first movie last night and he was so amazing! He didn’t make a peep, and besides occasionally standing up (but laying back down without a fight), he was a model citizen. Honestly, once he is more comfortable with new stairs, I’m ready to call him a service dog!
This is very random, but I just wanted to say that Logan Echolls in the first season of Veronica Mars is the most well-written character I’ve ever seen on TV and that I’ll ever see. It’s been ten years since I watched this show for the first time, and it still amazes me every time I think about it.