so i married an ax murderer

“So I Married an Axe Murderer” is still one of the best Mike Myers’ films ever, though.  It’s a very cute, dark, funny, borderline commercial little movie.

It also showed Myers’ tapping into a “quirky, endearing and nice guy” comedic lead persona he never properly capitalized on.

I think we should rename feminism to feministrid in honour of our hero Astrid Hoffersen.

I mean first she went after a very ignorant vikingboy (Snotlout who else) for saying something sexist (I guess it was, it’s a kid show they won’t tell us). She taught him a lesson that’s for sure.

Secondly, a viking showed up and told them that he would take Ruffnut back to his island to marry her without Ruffnut really having anything to say about it. But our hero Astrid would have none of this cause believe it or not, women can think for themselves. So she walked towards him in full on battle mode with her axe held high and murder in her eyes and would have chopped a b’tch if she wasn’t stopped. (One of the best scenes this season tbh) Cause kids, violence is never the answer. (Unless you’re a pissed off viking.)

I also want to give a special shout out to Ruffnut for saying vikqueen instead of viking. I don’t remember why or when but I do remember that. 


Signed Up For Love

Hi, i’m back! I have been wanting to write this story for a long time, so I hope you enjoy it! Oh, before I forget, this story is probably going to be only two chapters.

As always, all mistakes are mine!

Summery: After past traumatic relationships, both Oliver and Felicity are reluctant to date again. But after Oliver’s sister and Felicity’s best friend push them to sign up on an online dating site, they find that maybe they can both move on from their pasts and give love another shot.  

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Chapter One

“Just try it Ollie, it won’t hurt to try.” Thea spoke from over Oliver’s shoulder, begging him to create an online dating profile.

“Thea, I just don’t think I am ready for this yet.” Oliver ran a hand over his face.

Thea sighed and grabbed a chair from the corner of Oliver’s office. She pulled it up close to his where Oliver was sitting at his desk looking at home page of the dating site.

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Carrie Fisher did what now? She’s not credited for anything is this legit!?!?

Awesome factoid about Carrie- asides from portraying everyone’s favourite Alderaanian princess, kicking drug addiction in the ass and coming through a serious battle with bipolar disorder, she’s also a bestselling author and one of Hollywood’s most prolific script doctors.

What is a script doctor? Someone who does rewrites or final touches on dialogue, pacing, characterisation, theme, etc. However, to receive credit the Writers Guild of America stipulates that a writer must contribute at least 50% to an original screenplay or at least 33% for an adaptation, hence why many script doctors (Carrie included) never have their names attached to movies. 

If you want an idea of how many projects she worked on, here have this copy pasta from her Wikipedia page- Besides acting and writing original works, Fisher was one of the top script doctors in Hollywood, working on the screenplays of other writers. She did uncredited polishes on movies in a 15-year stretch from 1991 to 2005, and was hired by the creator of Star Wars, George Lucas, to polish scripts for his 1992 TV series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, as well as the dialogue for the Star Wars prequel scripts. Her expertise in this area was the reason she was chosen as one of the interviewers for the screenwriting documentary Dreams on Spec in 2007. However, during an interview in 2004, she said that she no longer did much script doctoring. However during the height of her career as a script doctor and rewriter, Fisher worked on Hook in 1991, Lethal Weapon 3 and Sister Act (1992), Made in America, Last Action Hero and So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993), My Girl 2, Milk Money, The River Wild and Love Affair (1994), Outbreak (1995), The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996),The Wedding Singer (1998), The Out-of-Towners and Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999), Coyote Ugly and Scream 3(2000), Kate & Leopold (2001),Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002), Intolerable Cruelty (2003), which she did a rewrite of back in 1994 (although it’s not known if any of her work remained after the Coen Brothers rewrote it years later) and finally Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005).