a superhero story where the villain and the superhero are roommates and they keep making excuses to each other about why they are out all the time and after battles they stitch each other up after battles but neither has any idea that the other is their nemesis and they keep on having to lie to each other why they are covered in scratches and bruises
Don’t get excited if 5sos are filming a music video for a song that includes girls and ‘bad’ teenage stuff and certainly don’t expect a music video to describe what the lyrics are saying because Don’t stop was about them getting a hard one watching a girl dancing and we got a music video of four superheros where one got beat up by an old lady and the other was running after a cat.
listen if a dude starts quizzing you about superheros and comic book shit to see if ur a “fake nerd girl” just be like “who would win in a fight squirrel girl or (literally anyone)” bc guess what the answer is always squirrel girl she can kick anyones ass remind him squirrel girl could kick his faves ass she kicked dr dooms ass, wolverines ass even thanos got his ass kicked by squirrel girl
“Though I loved Snowpiercer, Fury Road is my preferred representation of what revolution can look like because it includes not only the oppressed, but the oppressors, recognizing that so many people have inside of them a mixture of both. Furiosa is a hero, but she has also been a villain. She is a victim and a victimizer. Though we don’t see it, she has presumably done terrible things to rise up the social ladder of this society and gain the respect and trust of Immortan Joe. But those actions do not totally define her, no more than her past as a child stolen from her home and forced into this system of oppression do.
Then there is Nux, who begins the movie as an agent of the patriarchal destruction, only to find freedom in the new kind of society Max, Furiosa, The Wives, and Many Mothers have created. This small group represents a different way of moving through the world, and it doesn’t just save the oppressed of Immortan Joe’s social order; it saves many of the oppressors, too. It saves those who are implicit in the system, which so many of us are. This is why I see so much hope in Fury Road.”