reality sayings

When you think about the 16 years America has been fighting in Afghanistan, “funny” probably isn’t a word that comes to mind. So, at first blush, the new dark comedy War Machine feels a bit risky. It stars Brad Pitt as a revered but semi-clueless four-star general who’s appointed to oversee the entire war effort in Afghanistan.

Pitt says the film uses comedy to lure viewers in, then it shows them some harsh realities. “I would say our film is funny until it’s not; until the dial is turned to a more serious tone, till we get to the real repercussions for the troops, who are actually having to follow these orders.”

War Machine was directed by Australian filmmaker David Michôd. He says if there are scenes that seem insensitive, well, there’s a legacy there. “America, as we know, has a long and rich history of war comedy — you know, [Dr.] Strangelove, M*A*S*H and Catch-22 and … even Stripes.”

‘Our Film Is Funny Until It’s Not’: Brad Pitt On The Darkly Comic 'War Machine’

Photo: Francois Duhamel/Netflix

I don’t want to sound dramatic™ but if there’s no ~twist and it turns out that Robert really is the father of Rebecca’s baby then I will literally never get over it or ever forgive Emmerdale for doing this to Robron lmao

anonymous asked:

Kraglin has been working up to confessing to the reader. It's gone on too long, and it's time to either put it to rest or-- well, he hasn't really thought of a reality where they'd say yes. He's tracking her down, only to walk in on them masturbating-- and he lingers and that's when he hears his name fall from their lips.

OOOOOOHHHHHHH DAS HOT AND CUTE I LOVE THIS 

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Suho (Call Me Baby Era) - requested by @dimplesjae

You’ve showed me that dreams happen when you laugh. They say sometimes we miss the memories not the person but I can’t tell the difference between that. I get so high I forget your name. I get so low I can’t remember mine. And if I say hello will it sound like I love you one more time or like an apology. The sky is holding the tears for me. You’ve showed me that reality happens when you say goodbye. The scars still grow so deep I wonder if there is any skin left. The moon is holding the letters I haven’t send you yet. I keep rewinding the end leaving my heart with no beats and sometimes I go back to the beginning. You’ve showed me that love happens when you believe in it.
—  k.m

One thing that pisses me off about Bioware is how even though they never hesitate slapping some good truths about the religions of Thedas in our faces, regardless of what that truth is (the avvar gods? Powerful spirits. The elven pantheon? A bunch of mortal assholes with the power to bend reality), they never say anything about the Maker. As in, even when we know the Chantry is full of shit and doesn’t know as much as they think they do, we’ll never get a direct answer because one of the writers (I don’t remember which one) confirmed that they are never giving an answer on the Maker

And idk the fact that they never say anything about the series analogy to the catholic God sounds a bit like an ass-pull to me

I’m alone
i’m unwanted
i’m undesired
i’m worthless
i’m a burden
i’m a freak
i’m an anomaly
i’m the problem

“you’re not alone. you are loved. I’ll always be here for you”