“From that very first scene, a curious thing passed between us, a feeling of rhythm, complete understanding, an instinct for how one could bring out the best in the other. In all our work together you can see this strange—I don’t know what… a kind of rapport. It wasn’t conscious. If you heard us talking in a room, you’d hear the same thing. He’d tease me a little and a kind of blending emerged that seemed to please people. Whatever caused it, though, it was magical.”
can we all stop pretending that after you’ve come out to your family and they’ve accepted you, that everything is fine ?? like there is a difference between acceptance and embracement. just because you’re out it doesn’t mean that you’re no longer too scared to put up pride flags in your room, or get happy when there is a lgbt couple on screen, or bring up lgbt social injustices, or dress how you want to, or have your hair how you want to, or wear makeup. just because they haven’t kicked you out or they’ve told you that they still love you it doesn’t mean that they don’t judge you and it doesn’t mean they embrace your sexuality or identity
Evelyn Carnahan is beautiful intelligent woman, who becomes a damsel in distress and saves the main lead and her brother and the whole damn world in the end of the movie with her knowledge of ancient Egypt.
The Mummy (2017):
Jennifer Halsey is beautiful intelligent woman, who becomes a damsel in distress in your typical written for male gaze fashion and does mostly nothing after the first act of the movie.
screen couples: Fred Astaire & Eleanor Powell: Broadway Melody of 1940
“She ‘put ‘em down like a man’ no ricky-ticky-sissy stuff with Ellie. She really knocked out a tap dance in a class by herself. […] I had 29 dance partners… I could hold my own with 28 of them..I met my match with Ellie. No male dancer can keep up with her and it was apparent to me she should be featured in solos.”