the score of this movie is amazing

Reasons why you should see Power Rangers (NO SPOILERS)


•  Said autism is not treated as a weakness and really makes said character the stand out of the movie


 • It’s not a topic that is dealt with throughout the whole movie. They talk about it for like two minutes 

• No one treats said character any differently after the reveal


• Not a single sexist comment throughout the entire movie. Not. One.

• (At least I don’t remember any. I may be wrong but I’m 99% sure I’m right)

4. EVERYONE IS FLAWED OR HAS A ‘disability’ 


• I can tell you a lot of people need someone to tell them that





• I cried like three times


• Includes The Score, twenty one pilots, Fitz and The Tantrums, and Tove Lo




• It takes a lot of the movie for them to be able to be open with one another




When I was a kid, the Oscars felt like this impossibly larger-than-life thing. The first time I felt like I had a horse in the race was in 1990. I was 10, and The Little Mermaid was up for best song and best score. They did that crazy “Under the Sea” number with the late, great Geoffrey Holder and dudes in scuba outfits tap-dancing with flippers. We had a tradition of recording the show on our VHS, and I must have watched it a million and a half times. There was also an amazing Chuck Workman montage at the beginning of the show that depicted 100 years of filmmaking with classic scores. I was already in love with movies, but this was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen in my life. (x)

Lin-Manuel Miranda on His Lifelong Oscars Obsession and Why the Show Still Matters (Guest Column)

The Hollywood Reporter
February 20, 2017

During college, Lin-Manuel Miranda and a friend used to improvise interpretative dance tributes to best picture nominees at their annual Oscar party. “It was a lot of breathing and rolling around,” recalls the creator of the Broadway smash Hamilton. “We had a great Seabiscuit dance one year.”

For the New York-born son of Puerto Rican parents — his father a political consultant, his mother a psychologist — it was just another phase of a lifelong fascination with the Oscars that began when he was growing up in the Inwood section of Manhattan, playing and replaying the telecasts that his family recorded on their VCR. At 37, Miranda is about to cross the threshold from superfan to participant: “How Far I’ll Go,” which he wrote for the Disney film Moana, is nominated for original song, and on Feb. 26, Miranda (with his mother) will attend his first Academy Awards.

It’s an auspicious step in a career that will see him star with Emily Blunt and Colin Firth in Disney’s 2018 Mary Poppins Returns and collaborate with composer Alan Menken on the studio’s live-action The Little Mermaid, one of Miranda’s favorite films and, he reveals here, the gateway to his Oscars obsession.

My brain is a compendium of Oscar moments: Tom Hanks’ beautiful acceptance speech when he won best actor for Philadelphia in 1994. Roberto Benigni climbing over chairs and wanting to make love to everybody in the world when Life Is Beautiful won best foreign-language film in 1999. Kim Basinger presenting in 1990 and telling the audience that one of the best films of the year, Do the Right Thing, was not nominated. For her to take a stand, 25 years before #OscarsSoWhite, was incredible — and impressive because time has shown the prescience of that film.

I expect we’ll see more of that this year. It’s a political time, so I imagine the Oscars will look exactly like your Twitter or Facebook feed. Why should we ignore for three hours what we’re talking about 24 hours a day?

The Oscars were always a family affair when I was a kid. One sort of unintentional tradition we had every year was during the “In Memoriam” part of the show. My family called it the “She died?” section because my dad, who is pop culture-oblivious, would always go, “She died? He died? She died?!” the whole time. So, it was very sad and yet also very funny watching my dad catch up.

When I was a kid, the Oscars felt like this impossibly larger-than-life thing. The first time I felt like I had a horse in the race was in 1990. I was 10, and The Little Mermaid was up for best song and best score. They did that crazy “Under the Sea” number with the late, great Geoffrey Holder and dudes in scuba outfits tap-dancing with flippers. We had a tradition of recording the show on our VHS, and I must have watched it a million and a half times.

There was also an amazing Chuck Workman montage at the beginning of the show that depicted 100 years of filmmaking with classic scores. I was already in love with movies, but this was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen in my life.

That was the period when Billy Crystal was hosting, and I would memorize his musical spoofs of the year’s top films. He did them with Marc Shaiman, whom I’m working with right now on Mary Poppins Returns… I was a huge fan of those moments and musical numbers — they showed a genuine love of movies while still poking fun at them. I may also be the only person in America who laughed his ass off to “Uma, Oprah. Oprah, Uma.” David Letterman’s commitment to that bit was enough to put it over the top for me. He didn’t care if no one got it. In his head, it was funny.

Hosting the Oscars is not a thing I would ever want to do… You always have to do this dance as a host: You’re playing to a billion people at home, and you’re playing to anxious contestants in a room, and that’s an insanely hard thing to divide. It’s the most thankless task in the world. I have a pretty healthy ego, but it does not extend in that direction. I’d much rather be the guy writing the opening tune than having to deliver it.

Another Oscar moment that really stuck with me was when Whoopi won her best supporting actress for Ghost. I’ll never forget, at the top of her acceptance speech she said, “Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted this,” which is so rare. Then she said, “As a little kid, I lived in the projects, and you’re the people I watched. You’re the people who made me want to be an actor.” For me, it was like she was saying, “If you want this, you can get it, too. I’m proof that you can.”

I had been seeing myself in this world since I was old enough to do anything, and it was as if she reached through the screen to talk to me. I was that kid. Even my mother used to say, “Remember what Whoopi said.”

That speech was the inspiration for the opening song I co-wrote for Neil Patrick Harris, “Bigger,” for the 2013 Tony Awards:

There’s a kid in the middle of nowhere sitting there, living for Tony performances singin’ and flippin’ along with the Pippins and Wickeds and Kinkys, Matildas and Mormonses / So we might reassure that kid and do something to spur that kid  / ‘Cause I promise you all of us up here tonight, We were that kid and now we’re bigger

Another of my favorite moments was in 2005, when they had Antonio Banderas sing “Al Otro Lado Del Rio” from The Motorcycle Diaries, which was nominated for best song. And then when Jorge Drexler, who composed it, won, he went onstage and sang it, like, “This is how it really goes.” It was so funny and ballsy and great. I’m happy whenever Latinos win anything, so I was thrilled by both performances.

I can’t tell you what it feels like in that room because this will be my first time at the Oscars, but I can tell you why the Oscars matter. It’s a night when the arts and artists are formally honored, and this recognition is seen by millions of people across the country and around the world. The show inspires people to keep pursuing their craft, or to seek out the nominated films or the overall body of work of the nominees, and through that exposure, people gain a greater appreciation of what the art of filmmaking brings to our culture.

How Far I’ll Go. Thoughts on the Oscars 2017.

I am so angry for the fact that “How Far I’ll Go” didn’t win as best song, and not only because Lin was the author. 

Let’s start from the fact that it is getting so much success, like they pass it on the radio all the time, and people love it; even if it’s not Auli’s version but the other one which is great as well. Then, we have the theme, which is UNIVERSAL. You could substitute the being at the edge of the water, staring at the horizon with anything else and it will work, because it perfectly describes what a young person feels while growing up. It is so relatable and has a fantastic message. 

I mean, shouldn’t the “best song” send a message to people? I don’t know you, but every time I listen to it, this song speaks to my soul. It put in music what I feel and holds all the insecurities that we feel as young adult. We don’t know how far we’ll go, but if we listen to that voice inside us, we might know, or get an answer. “How Far I’ll Go” tells you to follow your dreams and do your best, try to be successful, but if you aren’t it doesn’t matter, because you tried and were close to make it. 

I don’t know which criteria they follow to give the Best Song Oscar, but I think that the message alone should’ve gotten one, not only a mere nomination, which is a lot too. 

Instead, they gave the price to “City of Stars” which is a good song too, but it holds a poor message. It is about a city, Los Angeles, or Hollywood to be more specific; the places where your dreams become true, that holds millions of lights and restaurants and people and music and it’s just magic. 

What does it tell you? Nothing. It tells you “hey, go to that city. Your dreams will come true”. In my opinion, it’s a poor subject. Yes, the music is really pretty and even if you listen to it once you’ll sing along.

I find it sad, on one side, we have a song that is in a children movie, that teaches to be your own person and follow your heart, because you will go big, and if you don’t succeed, it’s ok. At least you tried. And on the other, we have a film about success, about showbiz once again. A really pretty film, with catchy songs. But that is, in my opinion, not Oscar material and a bit poor in content. I am not saying it wasn’t good, because it was and Chazelle did an amazing job, he is really good. But this movie, who got success everywhere and is so loved, wasn’t in my opinion Oscar material. There were other movies, like Lion or Moonlight or Manchester by the Sea, to give some titles, that could’ve scored the same number of nominations and even more. 

I don’t want to be the alternative, throwing shades on La La Land, because I liked it. I’m just saying that I don’t get all the success it has got, since there were other films that deserved the same amount of success and got shaded by the light on the umpteenth film about Hollywood.

And to add a personal thought: Lin Manuel Miranda had to win because he deserves to be MacPEGOT. 

While the Razzies appear to challenge the industry’s laziness, it also seems to perpetuate Hollywood’s prejudiced social norms. For example, in 2015 – incidentally the year that Laverne Cox became the first transgender person be nominated for an acting Emmy – the Razzies couldn’t stop themselves referring to Transformers: Age Of Extinction as “Trannies #4.” We’re sure you’ll agree that this is clearly the bravest joke an award show dedicating to punching up at cynical Hollywood elites could make. We’re kind of amazed the Razzie for Worst Picture isn’t called “The Gayest Movie Of The Year Award.” When your whole schtick is pointing a mocking finger at how hacky Hollywood can be, you need to at least try harder than the movies you claim to hate so much.

Black actors don’t exactly receive a fair hearing from the Razzie crew, either. In the past 35 years, black actors have won Academy Awards only 13 times – that’s less than one out of every ten awards. Oddly enough, that’s still an impressive score, seeing how few nonwhite roles there are in Hollywood. But in the same timespan, the Razzies have bestowed 14 awards to black actors, because when it comes to hating things, the world suddenly becomes an absolute meritocracy.

Look, it’s not like we’re saying that 2004’s Catwoman didn’t deserve to be cat-pooped on for being horrible, but it’s not like Halle Berry had a million chances to become a black lead in a superhero movie either. The Razzies had a chance to be more than a dart to throw at shitty movies, a truly outside-the-box ceremony that could have turned on Hollywood’s deeply entrenched racism by pointing out that the best franchise Hollywood had to offer Academy-Award-winning actress Halle Berry was an indecipherable bastardization of a beloved female icon. (In the film, Catwoman has to bring down an evil cosmetics empire, because women be shopping.) But instead, the Razzies are usually as lazy and cynical as whatever Adam Sandler movie they’ve nominated this year.

4 Reasons The Razzies Suck (And Should Be Abolished Forever)

"There's No Marvel Bias"
  • MCU film: *editing issues. Weak story*
  • Critics: The cinematography was beautiful and the soundtrack was killer. Despite its flaws, it was still so much fun.
  • DCEU film: *editing issues. Deep story with substance*
  • Critics: Worst movie ever. Ghastly. Two hours I'll never get back. *forgets to mention the beautiful aesthetic, the amazing score/soundtrack* *continues to rant about it over a year later* *compares it negatively to every new film, they possibly can, even if it's not comic book related*
Five years ago today, Jenna Coleman’s life changed forever

It is amazing how much can change in 5 short years.

On March 21, 2012, Doctor Who fans received the news that Jenna-Louise Coleman had been cast as the as-yet-unnamed new companion. With production under way on Series 7, the announcement indicated that Jenna, who was about to appear in a miniseries based on the sinking of the Titanic and had become well-known for her roles in Emmerale and Waterloo Road, and had also scored a bit part in the first Captain America movie, would be debuting in the 2012 Christmas special and taking over from Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as the new companion for the second half of Series 7 in 2013.

Looking back, it’s intriguing that no one thought to question the timing of the announcement, with no Christmas special filming expected for months yet and in fact the episodes featuring departing companions Amy and Rory were still a  ways from completion too (I believe they still had Power of Three and Angels Take Manhattan to go yet). In what remains one of the best kept secrets in Who franchise history, Steven Moffat and his team managed to keep the fact that Jenna would actually debut in the series 7 premiere a secret right up to the broadcast day - even with several advance screenings!

As we learned more about Jenna’s career path, we began to see that her casting in Doctor Who was a hard-fought victory. She’d spent quite a while trying without success to find meaningful work in the US after her run on Waterloo Road ended (apparently she even had to work in a London pub at one point to save money to go to LA). She got a role in a short film that apparently has never been released (though it’s trailer is still on YouTube), and YouTube has some of the audition tapes she made for parts as varied as Max, the role played by Kat Dennings on the sitcom 2 Broke Girls, and also the character eventually played by Meaghan Markle on the legal drama Suits. According to an interview she gave on The Last Leg, she very nearly got cast as an Australian in a sitcom that never went past the pilot stage. At some point she even record a voice for the video game Xenoblade Chronicles (no I’ve never heard of it either). She eventually returned to the UK and things started to look up, even though she had to endure a few “rites of passage” along the way, including a topless scene in BBC post-watershed potboiler and a role in another miniseries that seemed to require her to do little more than look good in lingerie and be convincing as a typist. Her part in Captain America was little more than a cameo, though it certainly boosted her profile (I do remember seeing some online posts asking “who is that girl?” which isn’t bad considering she was in competition for attention with Hayley Atwell and Natalie Dormer). But her role in Titanic was more substantial and things were looking up. Even though she was only about 25 or 26 when she was cast as Clara (famously getting the word when she was at a grocery store - the identity of which appears to change from time to time! - while buying an avocado), I don’t think anyone can deny that Jenna had paid quite a few dues already.

For Jenna (who dropped the -Louise a year later), it was the start of an amazing journey that saw her mature in many ways as an actress and as a public figure as she first began working with Matt Smith, demonstrating incredible chemistry with him. And then, most remarkable of all, her partnership with Peter Capaldi that not only paid off handsomely on screen, but it also launched one of the sweetest real-life friendships many of us have ever seen. 

Jenna would go on to surpass Karen as the longest-serving of the Modern Era companions, along the way placing herself among the greats not only of the revival, but she holds her head high alongside the likes of Katy Manning, Carole Ann Ford, Janet Fielding and Elisabeth Sladen, as well. One couldn’t have asked for a better Golden Anniversary Companion, a title that is Jenna’s and Jenna’s alone. And although other characters may claim to have met every Doctor in dialogue, Jenna remains the only actor to - thanks to digital editing and a bit of body doubling - share scenes with, in some form or other, every Doctor from Hartnell to Capaldi (and who knows, maybe she’ll be there when Thirteen arrives). She’s also played more individual characters than any other one actress in the show. (Clara, Clara Oswin, Oswin, the TARDIS interface (Hide), Saibra (Time Heist), Bonnie, multiple other Clara echoes, several different Clara Primes in Clara and the TARDIS, and Alice Watson in the audio book Destiny of the Doctors: The Time Machine - in which she also gave voice to the Eleventh Doctor himself!)

Today, of course, Jenna remains a bright-shining star, leading her very own TV series, the acclaimed Victoria, and there’s no doubt more greatness awaits for her. Will that include a return to Doctor Who in some form before Peter leaves? Who is to say? But it’s been a great ride so far.

I wonder if she ever got round to buying that avocado, though.

i was tagged by @awhorableperson! thank you so much for tagging me!!

list 5 movies i could watch any time. just five films? *cracks fingers* let’s go

1) Milk. probably my all-time favorite movie. i adore the actors, the story, it has historical and cultural significance, it’s beautifully directed and the score by danny elfman is astounding. it’s a magnificent picture

2) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. my all-time fave western. it’s meticulously crafted, realistic, heartfelt, funny, and the shoot-out at the end is nothing short of amazing. a beautiful, endearing film.

3) Mad Max:  Fury Road. hhhhhhhhhhhh, i Adore this movie to bits. it’s visually stunning, strangely relatable (don’t ask), and the more i watch it the more layers i uncover so, yeah, it belongs on this list

4) Big Sur. an excellent, true-to-the-book film about jack kerouac’s struggle with fame and alcoholism. it’s magical, from visuals to acting to music, it’s a real Experience and it deserves way more hype than it got. i’ve seen it about 30 times and i’ve noticed a bunch of continuity errors but that doesn’t take away from its cut-up beauty (when you pay attention to the editing, you’ll See what i mean)

5) Rogue One:  A Star Wars Story. hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. as a star wars Nurd this killed me. please watch this movie if you haven’t already. i adore adore adore this movie.

Tagging: @bogmoths , @kthnnss , @maydayvenom , @mel-iorate , @starrypeche , @novaexpress93 , @silent-answers , @edgarallen-thehoe , @stargeezer , @rarasworldbro , @barbaranestor and @boulevard-of-bones (anyone else can do this too, if you want!)

anonymous asked:

name your top 20 friends on tumblr :)

oh god this is mean and hard but

1) @phalangine : this girl right fuckin here is like my spirit animal, we basically send each other ridiculous memes to see who can out gross one another, also she’s just an awesome human being in general with an amazing sense of humor, go follow!!!

2) @jim-kirk i text this kid like, every frickin day, ben is hysterical and a great gif maker, 10/10 recommend you follow ben and he too, great sense of humor.

3) @idriselbas: LARA!!!!! i dont think a day goes by where i don’t text them. like lara is fucking hysterical, has an A+ choice in men, and like, is just a good person to talk too, follow them right now!!!!

4) @samerulesapply: my mcavoy guru, like, seriously, i got all my knowledge about james through them, and like, her sense of humor is wicked amazing, posts amazing things about james, and is just a great mcavoy fan to follow if you want a normal stan to follow, 10000/10 recommend. 

5) @xavviers: dis binch right here is amazing mkaaaaay, like, i text her ALL DA TIME!!!! also, we low-key met james mcavoy together and like, that was hella dope, also she’s wicked smart in terms of history, and her fan fics (From the little amount i’ve read) are hella great, follow her she’s just dope as hell.

6) @panslabyrinth: i’ve only been following vilu for a short period of time, but i think i found my soulmate in her, like, we are film hoes who have extremely similar tastes, and she’s super nice and makes like THE BEST gifs, her coloring is on fucking point, FOLLOW!!!!

7) @aliciavikander: MEERA IS THE QUEEN OF PRETTY FUCKING GIF SETS!!! like, seriously, i want to someday be as good as meera when it comes to coloring and choosing scenes to make gif sets out of, plus, she fucking loves james and just has an amazing blog and is a total sweetheart, go follow now!!!

8) @greysummers: MY CHILD ™ !!! Saey is adorable, way too funny, like girl, become a stand up comedian pls. like she may be young but her sense of humor is fuckin on point, also, just a great human.

9) @undomiel: BIA IS THE SWEETEST!!! like, i fucking love bia!!!!! her pastel gifs might be the only ones you’ll ever see me reblog because, a)i subject her to my screaming about how much i love james and b) they are very pretty!, if you like aesthetics go follow

10) @alcmaeonids: syd, what an amazing human!!!, like her cherik gif sets crush my soul and i live for it, super unique blogger who is definitely worth a follow, also a total sweetheart!!!

11) @silverjohn: HEND!!!!! if we aren’t screaming over black sails, its probably screaming over just life in general, if you love anything related to black sails, or want a sweet new friend, check hend out, you won’t be disappointed.

12) @eggogorgon: blake!!!!, i just recently started talking to them and like, wowee what a great blog/blogger, gifs are on point, and like, stranger things fans, NEED TO FOLLOW THIS BLOG! JUST DO IT!!!

13) @alfonso-herrera: vinny underneath all the layers of sarcasm and bitterness, is an awesome person, and a really just overall great blogger, i really enjoy talking to him and his taste in men is like A++

14) @mcavoys: me and marcelo are url twins essentially, which in turn means he runs an amazing blog, his up to date photo sets of celebs and red carpet events makes me feel like i’m there in the moment, plus he is just a great gif maker as well!!! worth checking out!

15) @delzinrowe: STEFF IS AWESOME OK!!, like, she’s so sweet and so kind and is always checking up on me, which is rare to find in a tumblr user, she’s one of the first friends i made when i came back to tumblr after a hiatus, and she’s just super cool, go follow her right now!

16) @dundermifflinscranton: if you really want a nice blogger and a good friend look no further than kristian, he’s not only the BEST OFFICE BLOG ON TUMBLR, but an amazing friend, also he’s australian meaning he’s cool as hell and that deserves a follow on its own.

17) @rachelmcadamses: robin is super sweet, also her movie score gifts are to die for???? like, flawless for real. i love how much effort she puts into her gifs and how just generally nice she is, its rare to see someone so genuine on this hell site, go follow!

18) @stexvebucky: I LOVE SCREAMING ABOUT JAMES WITH YOU!!!!, like, isabella is so sweet, and so nice, and she loves all the same things as me for the most part!!!, and just a great friendly blogger!!!, go follow!!

19) @l-p-r-o-c-k: rocio is a total sweetheart, like, legit sweetheart, i love her and her blog is amazing, she’s a great mcavoy fanblog if you are in need of following one! the best!!!

20) @miliebobbybrown: yo, me and this girl just started talking recently but i love her blog, like tatjana runs an awesome blog especially about stranger things and films, and is super nice so like…..go follow? do it now!!!

(if i left anyone out I’m sorry but yeah this is the list off the top of my head!!!)

I wanna take this time to talk about BvS though. I feel so damn bad for that movie. They did it so dirty. They were awarded fucking Razzies and it was not recognized for it’s amazing score. Hopefully, I pray to God, that Justice League and Wonder Woman changes everything for the DCEU for good. 

A Few Thoughts on ‘LA LA LAND’ (D. Chazelle, 2016)

1. So much raves for this movie - the record-breaking 14 Oscars nominations, the numerous awards it has received, and the generally positive reviews from critics and viewers. I have been listening repeatedly on its soundtrack long before I have seen the movie and when I finally saw it, it dawned on me - everything good that they say is legit. 

2. We’ve seen the familiar story on Once (2006) and Begin Again (2013) - two lost souls passionate in their own craft met and fell in love despite of the circumstance, with the beauty and power of music perfectly intertwining with the narrative. But there is more to this than the usual - the songs, the screenplay, the jaw-dropping cinematography, the direction, the actors, the musical score, and the musical numbers. Simply put, it’s like everything good wrapped into one, excellent masterpiece.

3. I became a fan of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (sorry, Andrew Garfield) after I saw their movie ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ (2011). What amazed me more, aside from Emma Stone’s natural humor and convincing performance was how Ryan Gosling prepared for his role - he actually learned how to play the piano. Wait, not just piano but Jazz music which is considered as one of the most difficult to learn and play. (Trust me, I’m a Music teacher.)

4. Speaking of music, I think what made this excel above other movies of the same type was the use of Jazz. Jazz music relies on improvisation, that is, musicians are required to be inventive and create music on the spot. The beautiful music reflects on the story and vice versa - beautiful, sophisticated, improvised, and natural.

5. I thought the “Expectations versus Reality” montage in '500 Days of Summer’ (2009) was the most heart-wrenching and depressing scene in a romantic/love story that I have seen. I was wrong. Screw that “What could have been” (or some critics say, “A typical Hollywood ending”) montage towards the end of the movie! The melancholic beauty of those last minutes. Why do you have to break my heart?

(5 Stars for the City of Stars!)

Fuck you, Eddsworld fandom.

I honestly hope you are all real fucking proud of yourselves. I [i]really[/i] fucking hope you are all giving yourselves a deadly pat on your shoulders for the shit that you have caused on our amazing idols that did [b]EVERYTHING[/b] to satisfy us all.

First, you chase away Tord, harrassing him and stalking him to the point of anonimity. Giving him and his character a bad reputation in the long run.

Second, you chase away Paul, after animating with bags under his eyes for hours on end [i](which by the way, a minute of animation can take an entire day to even a week professionally to fully storyboard, brief, line, correct and complete realistically, imagine eight fucking minutes or more of that having to complete)[/i], putting so much effort, time, mental and emotional rides etc. while at the same time [i][b]attempting to get his own works done[/i][/b] had to endure fucking impatience, immaturity, incompetance, disrespect and fucking HARASSMENT to the point where he can no longer look at the show the same way he did in 2006 to post 2015. He even had to take a fucking break during the whole thing and even made his twitter private for a short while.

And in the long run, we also lost Patryk. For the exact same reasons as Paul. To the point where he now probably wishes us all to hell.

And you know what? I pity the fucking assholes that ruined EVERYTHING. How [i]dare[/i] you take a memorialized show and its cast and abuse it to the point where its no longer the show we can all remember…

What the fuck happened to the good in our fandom? What the fuck happened to the loving, charitable and amazing community that we all were before Edd died..?

Where the FUCK has the love gone in this fandom? (And no, I am not talking about shipping.)

What the hell happened to knowing the fucking difference between real life and fucking fiction?

Now…I will forever be an Eddhead.
For all the 13 years I have been one, thats never going to change. Eddsworld played a huge part in my inspiration to voice act and create movie scores..From the days of new grounds, to the present on Youtube, I use to watch Eddsworld for hours on repeat. Now at 21, I can learn to appreciate the show for the good it brang to the fans and viewers…And that was fun, unique and hilarious animations!

But I will NEVER, EVER, become one of the Post The End minority. Fuck you all.

Maybe someday…Things will get better. But for now.

Fuck the people that ruined a dead mans dream and crushed it by ruining the real peoples lives as a whole.

Those people were Edds best friends. Remember that before you harass another cast member.

Good night.

Kingsman: The Secret Service : Sentence Starters
  • "Manners maketh man."
  • "Then let me teach you a lesson."
  • "I'm a Catholic whore, currently enjoying congress out of wedlock with my black Jewish boyfriend who works at a military abortion clinic."
  • "Hail Satan, and have a lovely afternoon madam."
  • "There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man."
  • "True nobility is being superior to your former self."
  • "Sorry, Love. Gotta save the world."
  • "If you save the world, We can do it in the asshole."
  • "I will be right back."
  • "The suit is the modern gentleman's armour."
  • "I've had a rather emotional day."
  • "I'd appreciate it if you could just leave us in peace."
  • "Are we going to stand around here all day or are we going to fight?"
  • "You are about to embark on the most dangerous job interview in the world."
  • "Looks like a lot of people are going to die."
  • "Does it look like I give a fuck?"
  • "Son of a bitch!"
  • "Do you like spy movies?"
  • "Give me a far-fetched theatrical plot any day."
  • "If you're prepared to adapt, you can transform."
  • "When I was a kid, that was my dream job: gentleman spy."
  • "Ah yes. Very, very nice."
  • "Now do your very best impersonation of a German aristocrat's formal greeting."
  • "Your weapon scores are excellent, by the way."
  • "That is sick."
  • "What does this do? Electrocute you?"
  • "Don't be ridiculous. It's a hand grenade."
  • "This whisky is amazing, you will shit."
  • "If you get blood on the carpet you're going to have to take the carpet up!"
  • "I see someone who doesn't know what the fuck to do with his life."
  • "Now, my point is that the lack of a silver spoon has set you on a certain path that you needn't stay on."
  • "Well, that was surprising."
  • "You know I've got nothing to lose."
  • "Of sorts. Interested?"
  • "You blew your opportunity just for a fuckin' dog!"
  • "You shot your dog and had it stuffed?"
  • "Sorry about that, needed to let off a little steam."
  • "Mankind is the virus, and I'm the cure."
  • "I'll have the Big Mac."
  • "Good choice, but nothing beats two cheeseburgers and special sauce."
  • "It ain't that kind of a movie."
  • "You didn't - stop - shit!"
  • "Thank you for the 'happy' meal."
  • "Choose your puppy."
  • "How deep does this fuckin' thing go?"
  • "Wherever you go, your dog goes."
  • "What? They're gun dogs."
  • "It's a bulldog, ain't it?"
  • "It'll get bigger, don't it?"
  • "Shit."
  • "The man who got you released."
  • "I’ve never met a tailor before, but I know you ain’t one."
  • "You need to solve problems under pressure."
  • "Mass genocide?"
  • "Felt sorry for the boy, did you?"
  • "He will find this humiliating."
  • "I have trouble understanding you people sometimes. Y’all talk so funny."
  • "If you have a problem with me, you come and you whisper it in my ear."
Flirtatious: Tom Holland x Black Actress

I’ve been in a sour ass mood lately😂 Not really because of the Tomdaya bull but because life ain’t shit, so I haven’t really been writing. But I’m trying to catch up on requests, so here we go!

Requested:  can you write an imagine where reader and tom starred in a movie together and they’re doing press together and the interviewer asks them if they’re dating and they’re just really flirty the entire interview i love your writing btw

“Hey Y/N.” You turned around and saw your costar Tom waving at you. “Hey.” You smiled and gave him a hug, “Are you ready for these terribly long interviews?” he asked draping his arm around your shoulder. “Of course I’m not.” You joked taking a sip of coffee. You and Tom had a very flirtatious relationship, you hadn’t noticed until Haz told you. Everyone thought you two were dating or at least trying to start a relationship. A part of you wished it were true but then again you didn’t want to mess up your great friendship with him. 

Your team got you ready for the long day ahead. You took your seat next to Tom, “I think the interviewer is a bit late.” He said looking at his watch. You sighed and played a few games on your phone while Tom watched and then the young man burst through the door. “I am so sorry, they told me the wrong room.”

“No worries mate, I think you gave Y/N time to beat my score.” He winked art you. “Actually I had the highest score.”

After he got settled he started the interview, “Y/N, Tom thank you so much for being here.”

“Not a problem.” You said smiling. “So you two are amazing in this movie, how did you get the amazing chemistry?”
“Well Y/N is pretty amazing so it wasn’t hard to work with her and we have this natural chemistry that the casting directors loved.” Tom said. You blushed and fiddled with your hands, “He’s so full of shit.” You both laughed. 

Throughout the interview you two would constantly laugh at each others jokes or lightly push each other or do small things that would make the interviewer smile. “One last question for you two-”
“Yeah?” Tom asked taking a small sip of his tea, “Jeez I swear I’ve never seen anyone like tea as much as this guy. And I’m from the damn south.”

He laughed and put his cup down, “But southern tea and English tea are completely different.” You squinted, “Are they? You should probably read your history books babe.” You pinched his leg, “OW.” He laughed rubbing his leg. 

“So are you two dating?” He asked. “Oh- oh no!” You said. “Wow way to hurt my feelings.” Tom joked but he did feel a bit hurt by how you responded. “You know I didn’t mean it like that.” You rubbed his shoulder. “But no, we aren’t dating. We know it always comes off like we are, but we’re both just to huge goof balls.”

Tom nodded and stared off in to space. “Well thank you both so much. And again I am so sorry for being late, it was very unprofessional.” He said. “Not a problem.” You smiled and got up. You waved your hand in front of Tom’s face, “Hello?”

“Huh? Oh what?” He snapped out of it and looked up at you. “You spaced out for a second, what’s up?”
“N-nothing.” He shrugged and tried to get up, you laughed and grabbed his hands,”Come on old man.” You tried to pull him up but you ended up falling on him. “S-sorry.” You mumbled lifting yourself off of him. He blushed and got up, “No it’s my bad.”

You two walked beside each other, “I really didn’t mean to hurt your feelings Tommy.”, “No, it’s cool.” He smiled. “But would you?”

“Would I what?” You asked, “Would you want to date me?”

You froze in your tracks, “W-what?”, “It’s jut like a hypothetical question. Yes or No?”

“Yeah but-”, He smiled and leaned into give you a small peck on the lips. “Me too.” He laughed and ran off, “Hey! You can’t just do that and leave!’ You yelled running after him. 

Nan Goldin: Variety Booth, New York City, 1983 – taken on the set of director Bette Gordon’s film Variety. Nan Goldin co-stars as Nan and the cast includes Sandy McLeod (above), Spalding Gray, Cookie Mueller, Will Patton, and Luiz Guzman, among many others. Kathy Acker wrote it, Tom DiCillo and John Foster shot it, John Lurie did the score. It’s an amazing movie and document of early ’80s NYC.

anonymous asked:

I only think we'll get like 5-10 minutes of Bucky in the next movies. I don't want to get my hopes up and except actual character development. I hope Sebastian Stan can score more roles where his potential is not wasted. He's an amazing actor and Marvel is just wasting it.

I think Sebastian has scored lots of new roles that are capitalizing on his potential - and seriously, I believe people are really going to start to take notice of our fave. He’s well on his way from B-list to A, I think. Even Peter Fonda included him in a list of names of people he’s working with this last time. That tells me that he’s met and seen Sebastian at work and is impressed. I honestly feel like maybe some think he’s just a pretty face, until he does his thing - he certainly impressed RDJ and now Peter. He’s climbing the mountain and breaking that glass ceiling. I can feel it! :D So glad we’re all here to enjoy the ride.

And yes, Marvel is definitely wasting him - but hopefully they’ll get with it soon and use him more. :)

Does anyone hate it when someone says ‘Okay but this piece of made money’ when you’re talking about something?

I can’t believe I have to say this but here it goes.


Let’s look at Fifty Shades of Grey for example. Yes, both the book and the film made money but both don’t have high ratings. The first Grey movie has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 25%. And the second movie only has a 9% rating. But since it made money, it should have good right?


There have also been tons of important pieces of media that were failures when they originally were created but later were discovered. Another example: The Wizard of Oz only made $3 million when it came out. IT cost $2.8 million to make so that isn’t amazing numbers. But the reason the movie because so well-known and beloved is because of home video. That is where more people saw it. Same with the Princess Bride.

Basically, using ‘this made money’ to try and shut someone up when they’re criticizing a film won’t shut them up because that doesn’t indicate quality.


Guys. Guys. I saw “Beauty and the Beast” yesterday with my sister. GUYS. IT WAS THE BEST THING DISNEY HAS COME OUT WITH IN FOREVER. There was magic. There were roses. There were fantastic musical numbers. The score was… so beautiful. The costumes were amazing. The singing was astounding. The acting was real. There was context. There was emotion. There was a library. They were historically accurate in Paris. There was character developments and arcs. There was a gay character. There were multiple types of love. There was humor. There was a lot of sobbing (especially on my older sister’s part because she never cries and she was BAWLING - I just barely held myself together). THE CREDITS WERE IN FRENCH. But guys. The growl that Beast does when Belle asks, “How would you feel about growing a beard?” Good grief, I almost died.

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