that's it. that's the whole war

ive seen some people say that they dont like how apathetic Jyn was in the movie and how uncaring. But that was literally the whole point of her character….. shes the person who buries her head in the sand and doesnt want to be involved. She doesnt think she can make a change or thats its even worth it to bother trying so… she doesnt! And in doing this she represents a whole group of people who dont participate in trying to stop injustice but in doing so by being completely neutral and looking out only for her self she winds up actively helping the Imperials or aggressors.

Thats why it was so important that Rogue One showed someone so apathetic and unwilling to help change and help the rebellion to start to actively give a shit and try and make the world a better place. She realizes that her apathy is hurting people and decides to stop being apathetic and yeah.


My Top 10 Live Action Heroines in Film. (So far, Part 2: X)


SW:TCW voice actors doing an improvised script reading of their characters at SW Celebration VI in 2012 / Florida. (x)


Always, Wanda–
–until the stars burn out.

back in the business of de-aged clones...

I was thinking about that whole clusterfuck while I was outside and of course I cracked myself up because I have an amazing capacity to think of stupid things.  iirc it was hamelin-born who suggested the Jedi adopting their clones, and I was thinking about that, and I just

imagine Padme at home, getting to sit down and breathe for the first time in days.  every single clone across the galaxy was inexplicably reduced to their chronological age about a week ago and the Republic’s been in an uproar ever since - suddenly everyone has an opinion on the matter of clone soldiers, from ‘we can’t allow children to fight a war’ to ‘they were already children, what difference does it make?’ and ‘we’re in the middle of war, there’s no time for debate’ to ‘the Jedi take their apprentices into battle and they’re just kids’.  and to top it off, she’s not heard from Anakin in a while, but he’s probably dealing with this mess too -

as if on cue, the apartment door opens, and she hears C-3PO: “Oh, Master Ani!  It’s so good to… oh.  Oh, my.”

a moment later, Anakin comes into the room, looking like he just walked off a battlefield, with about thirty or forty little clones trailing behind him, equally filthy and tired and dressed bizarrely in hacked-up bodysuits.  he’s carrying two more - they both have these half-resigned, half-terrified General Skywalker has gone ‘round the bend, he picked us up two hours ago and he won’t put us down, help us, Senator Amidala, you’re our only hope expressions.  before she can do more than blink, Anakin’s like, “I’M ADOPTING THEM.”

“…excuse me?”


Padme blinks a few more times.  a clone sneezes.  they all look exactly alike, and not a one of them is over twelve.

“These are just the ones I could fit in the bus,” Anakin continues, more calmly.  “Ahsoka’s rounding up the rest of the battalion for me.  I need adoption papers for - 650?  no, wait, 660 - you know what, just make it 670 clones, I picked up a few extras along the way.”

“Are you even allowed -”

“There’s nothing in the Jedi Code about adoption.  Even if there was, I don’t care.  They’re human beings, I am NOT letting them be seized by the government like property.  THIS IS HAPPENING.  ARE YOU GOING TO HELP ME OR NOT?”

there’s a moment of silence.  Padme thinks I’m a person and my name is Anakin and figures, okay, as long as she’s going to commit career suicide, might as well be for a good cause.

“It’ll take a few hours to get all the paperwork done.”  in the meantime, the kids need proper clothing.  and baths.  and probably a meal, she’s seen how much clones eat.  and, for pity’s sake - “You’re going to need a hand free to sign everything.”

Anakin considers, then sets one clone on the ground, who proceeds to put about ten others between them.  the other one isn’t so lucky.  “General, could you please -”


“…yes, sir.”

Just a reminder that Octavia Blake spent the first sixteen years of her life hiding under floorboards in a tiny room in space and yet she’s a thousand times more competent at being a decent human being than 90% of the characters on this show. 


The Skywalker siblings

(I’m a quite a fan of this theory)

dont demonize someones ship to make yours seem better

thats like saying “oh well i murdered two people but timothy over there murdered three

What they’re trying to tell us?

As I said in a previous post, the background song in the beginning of the Kitchen scene between Wanda and Vision is called “I fall in love too easily” (by Chet Baker) (x) 

But the important thing is that the soundtrack of the next scene, when Vision is talking with Wanda about the Mind Stone, it’s called “Celestial Bodies” (by Henry Jackman) (x)

Foreshadowing about Infinity War, maybe? Someone think the same? Nobody?

What the hell Russos

I thought I was joining the Avengers to protect people and stuff. How did I end up having to fight these nerds because of who’s boyfriend of whom? If I knew about this I would’ve never walked out that stupid door in the first place, damn you Barton, but imma beat tony’s ass tho
—  Wanda at some point of CA: CW probably
  • CACW: Shows the beginning of an amazing friendship between Bucky and Sam, with witty one liners and mutual support
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