please don't see this movie


favorite moana songs 

When a male actor plays in a very misogynistic movie / scene (if he has enough power to choose his parts, obviously) I immediately stop trusting him forever.

That’s why I viscerally hate Chris Pine, seeing Ryan Reynolds makes me cringe, I want to slap Adam Driver’s face, I weep for the love of Edward Norton I once had, and now I guess I trust….. uhm………………………. Noah Wyle??

There was one part where we jump on a wire, and Chris fell one time and dropped out of frame somewhere, and I didn’t know where he went. There’s that scene where we blast through the two doors, and at one point, we couldn’t even get through them, and I was like, ‘Oh, here’s America’s hope! We can’t even break through a door.’

anonymous asked:

Can you tell us what your predictions are on Rey's parentage?

my friends a big Star Wars fan and she thinks she’s obi wan’s grand daughter (or daughter since idk anyone’s ages) which makes sense to me bc I don’t think she’s directly related to Luke I feel like that’s R predictable- whereas obi wan is much more likely in my mind


Nivin Pauly + his unfortunate singing escapade
ft. Dulquer Salmaan cracking up on the side

Okay, but

Compared to…

Come on, you know you can see it too!

Bonus: This would be Philinda

Please remember that just because The Interview has “subverted the terrorists” and is available to see in limited theaters and VOD, it does not mean that it is worth your time or money. Seeing The Interview is not an act of American pride or patriotism. 

It is a movie that aims to make a joke out of the suffering of an entire nation of people starving, being tortured, and enduring intellectual coercion under an oppressive regime and a violent dictator. Just because Kim Jong-Un is fat and Asian, does not automatically make him a figure of comedy. 

Here in America, a dictator of another ethnicity (especially of darker complexion) would be met with fear, but a Asian man is not to be taken seriously - could not possibly be powerful. A large part of this paradigm rolls back to familiar racism. 

When Charlie Chaplin made the Great Dictator, he did so prior to the bulk of Hitler’s atrocities, while his position in politics still retained some ambiguity to the American public. He fought to make the film happen because he wanted to convince a confused America that Hitler was in fact awful. Still, Chaplin stated afterwords that he would not have lampooned the man if he had known the extent of his evils. 

The people fighting to get The Interview on screen are doing so with gusto in order to make sure the “bad guys don’t win”

The reality of the situation is that the bad guys, in North Korea, are winning, every day, without challenge, against their own people, and we laugh at them, clear our consciences, and call it a win for America.