the original quote is fathers and sons but

  • [texting]
  • Wade: Hey babe, are you ready for tonight?
  • Tony: Hey Wade, this is Peter's father. Do you love my son?
  • Wade: Yes, of course.
  • Tony: Would you take a bullet for him?
  • Wade: Yes...
  • Tony: Lovelly, meet me at our house in the backyard in 10 minutes.
  • Hawkmoth: Well, well, Ladybug and Chat Noir. In case you haven't noticed, you've fallen right into my trap!
  • Chat Noir: You can't trap justice! It's an idea, a belief!
  • Hawkmoth: Even the most heartfelt belief can be corroded over time!
  • Chat Noir: Justice is a non-corrosive metal!
  • Hawkmoth: But metals can be melted, by the heat of revenge!
  • Chat Noir: Revenge is best served cold!
  • Hawkmoth: But it can easily be reheated in the microwave of akumatization!
  • Chat Noir: Well, I think you're warranty's about to expire!
  • Hawkmoth: Maybe I got an extended warranty!
  • Chat Noir: Warranties are invalid if you don't use the product for it's intended purpose!
  • Ladybug: Girls, girls, you're both pretty. Can I purify the akuma now?
In the Star Wars universe, it is stated that slavery is a primary tool of the Sith—for controlling one another, and also for the subjugation of the entire galaxy. And thus it stands to reason that if Anakin is truly the Chosen One (and this is confirmed by Lucas’ canon), then he is also the one who is destined to destroy the Sith, and by doing so, it is implied, break this seemingly-perpetual cycle of slavery (and mental/ideological enslavement).
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The Chosen One, the Hero’s Journey, and breaking the cycle of enslavement in Star Wars: or, why TFA makes no sense in the context of the Prequels and the Original Trilogy’ 

(via the-far-bright-center)

This is why the climactic and emotionally cathartic ending of Return of the Jedi must herald an end to this cycle. What does destroying the Sith mean, if not that? Without this, there is little point to Anakin’s otherwise wholly tragic story. Without this, I would argue, there is little point to Luke’s story, either.”

Why Rey and Kylo Ren Are Protagonists of the 'Star Wars' Sequel Trilogy

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is going to be a pivotal chapter of the Star Wars saga - especially for the characters of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey (Daisy Ridley). In a recent interview with Last Jedi director Rian Johnson, we learned that the conflict between Kylo and Rey won’t be a standard hero vs villain rivalry.

As Johnson describes it, The Last Jedi will delve into the idea of Rey and Kylo both being protagonists of this Star Wars sequel trilogy, who are on very different arcs of character development:

“Rey and Kylo are almost two halves of our protagonist. It’s not like Kylo is our Vader. In the original trilogy, Vader is the father — he’s the one you’re afraid of and who you want the approval of. Whereas Kylo represents anger and rebellion, the sometimes healthy — and sometimes not — desire to disconnect from the parents. It’s my favorite kind of quote-unquote bad guy, because you can genuinely see what their weakness is.”

Meeting In The Middle

In The Force Awakens, orphan Rey discovered her powerful connection to The Force, which she used to defeat Kylo Ren, the son of Han Solo and Leia who fell to the dark side of the Force. As Johnson describes it, The Last Jedi has the challenge of advancing the stories of Kylo and Rey, while still presenting a self-contained story:

“The first film got these characters here. This second movie has to dig into and challenge these characters. I wanted this to be a satisfying experience unto itself. I didn’t want it to end with a dot, dot, dot, question mark.”

Fans are eager to learn how the idea of “the last Jedi,” and the possibility of a new form of Jedi (the Gray Jedi) will be applied ot the journeys of both Rey and Kylo. For Rey, it could mean balancing the darkness that comes with her impressive powers; for Kylo, it could mean finally accepting the light inside of him, which he was so eager to deny in The Force Awakens.

By the end of The Last Jedi, it would be interesting to see Kylo and Rey meeting in the middleground of the gray Jedi, united to and end the war between The First Order and The Resistance. (x)

  • Mori: Of any person I've ever trained, you are truly unique. If I ever had a son, I imagine he would be a lot like you.
  • Dazai: -smirks-
  • Mori: Which is perhaps why I've never reproduced.

I am thy father’s spirit,Doomed for a certain term to walk the nightAnd for the day confined to fast in fires,Till the foul crimes done in my days of natureAre burnt and purged away. -Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 5

Jason Todd. Original artwork by Patrick Gleason, Cliff Richards, Mick Gray, Mark Irwin and John Kalisz, Batman and Robin #20

  • Mace Windu: Are you talking about a regular family, or the family that’s made of the force and wants you to fulfil a big destiny of balance by joining them?
  • Anakin: I’m not crazy. And it was just the Father that wanted the destiny thing, not the Son and Daughter.
  • Mace Windu: Yes, Skywalker, because the entire family was what made it crazy.
NEW

I will now be doing Google Translated songs. No separate blog, just tags. This is the first one:

Welcome to the Black Parade(with original lyrics in parentheses as well as new ones lol)

When I was a boy
My father brought me to the city
Visit Marcu
He said, “The Father, when you want to cultivate it”.
Am I a Savior of the Savior?
Stop “
He said, "Call me?”
Your spirit and unbelievers
We make “
"Because I will give you one day”.
Spiritual Cumprendi in the summer
Adds a white scheme

( When I was a young boy
My father took me into the city
To see a marching band
He said, “Son, when you grow up
Would you be the savior of the broken
The beaten and the damned?"He said, "Will you defeat them
Your demons, and all the non-believers
The plans that they have made?”
“Because one day I’ll leave you
A phantom to lead you in the summer
To join the black parade.”)

When is a young man?
My dad took me to the city
Check out the tours
He said, “Son, when he grew up
You are the time leader
Giant and consequences? ”

( When I was a young boy
My father took me into the city
To see a marching band
He said, “Son, when you grow up
Would you be the savior of the broken
The beaten and the damned?”)


Sometimes he looked at me
And in other cases, it seems to me
And together with all this, the rising and falling, body of the streets
And if we do that, we want to know

( Sometimes I get the feeling she’s watching over me
And other times I feel like I should go
And through it all, the rise and fall, the bodies in the streets
And when you’re gone, we want you all to know )


We will continue
We will continue
And even if you are dead and gone, believe me
Continuous memory
We will continue

( We’ll carry on
We’ll carry on
And though you’re dead and gone believe me
Your memory will carry on
We’ll carry on)

And in my heart I could stand
I do not understand

(And in my heart I can’t contain it
The anthem won’t explain it )


Earth will open you from sleep
Curse and anger kill us all
So it was black and rebuild
Listen quietly
Then we complained

( A world that sends you reeling from decimated dreams
Your misery and hate will kill us all
So paint it black and take it back
Let’s shout it loud and clear
Defiant to the end we hear the call )


Work
Let’s continue
And if you die, trust me, trust me
Keep your memory alive

( To carry on
We’ll carry on
And though you’re dead and gone believe me
Your memory will carry on
We’ll carry on)

Who wins and wins them?
Deputy widow

( And though you’re broken and defeated
Your weary widow marches)

We are overcome by fear.
Oh oh oh oh
You will see the faces of your colleagues.
Oh oh oh oh
In addition, my question is the euro.

( On and on we carry through the fears
Oh, oh, oh
Disappointed faces of your peers
Oh, oh, oh
Take a look at me cause I could not care at all)

Either you die, you will never talk
Because the world will get rid of my heart
Look at tick Go, you do not want to
We are all ready
It will be interpreted or nod nod
Nevermind I can not, I’m stupid
Look at all the broken ones
Listen here when we are
I’m not a hero, a man
Only a guy sings this song
I’m not a hero, a man
needles

(Do or die, you’ll never make me
Because the world will never take my heart
Go and try, you’ll never break me
We want it all, we wanna play this part
I won’t explain or say I’m sorry
I’m unashamed, I’m gonna show my scars
Give a cheer for all the broken
Listen here, because it’s who we are
I’m just a man, I’m not a hero
Just a boy, who had to sing this song
I’m just a man, I’m not a hero
I don’t care )

We continue
We continue
And believe me, if you’re dead, and you’re not there.
Memory will continue
We continue

(We’ll carry on
We’ll carry on
And though you’re dead and gone believe me
Your memory will carry on
We’ll carry on )

And even if you broke down and you lost
Tired of a widow

( And though you’re broken and defeated
Your weary widow marches)

Do not die, you will never
Because the world never has a heart
Try it, you will never believe me
We need everything, we want to play this part
We will continue!
Do not die, you will never
Because the world never has a heart
Try it, you never believe me
We need everything, we want to play this part

We will continue!

(Do or die, you’ll never make me
Because the world will never take my heart
Go and try, you’ll never break me
We want it all, we wanna play this part
We’ll carry on!
Do or die, you’ll never make me
Because the world will never take my heart
Go and try, you’ll never break me
We want it all, we wanna play this part
We’ll carry on!)


Now that that’s done, feel free to reblog and tag your favorite parts (I triple dog dare you to) and send me suggestions for it in my ask box

the tag for this is #googleincorrecttranslatesongs