Dear Americans who are worried about watching Class because they heard it got cancelled,
It has not been cancelled. That was a rumor that was confirmed to be untrue by the actors and the writer. BBC has not made a decision on Class’s future. The reason why they haven’t made any decision is because they are waiting to see how the show does in America. If you are wondering when it will be premiering in America, it will be airing on April 15th, right after Doctor Who. I would follow @bbcamerica for more information. The show has not been cancelled. If you are a teenager, I would recommend you watch it. If you’re an adult, I would still recommended that you watch it, but keep in mind that this is a show that takes place at a high school and it’s intended audience is for teenagers, so don’t be surprised if you find some of the lines cheesy (let’s be real guys, every high school based show/movie has its cheesy moments, it’s inescapable).
Sincerely, The Person Who Is Getting Tired Of Hearing The Question Is Class Cancelled.
Filed under: #gif #laces out #one of my fave moments in the movie for sure #delicately pulling the lace out of his sleeves #he knows its filthy #but its very dignified #like when he dusts himself off in front of the #children of darkness #refined and dapper even in filthy old lace #and that has to be Daniel’s leather jacket #bc hes not wearing it in the previous shot #and then he is #so i bet it was in the backseat or smtg #lestat #lestat de lioncourt #the vampire lestat
WE’RE JUST CAVEMEN, hitting on rocks,” says Bruno Mars. “It’s no different—you’re a caveman and you got a rock in front of you, you hit it with a stick to get everybody dancing. This is our time to forget about everything, it’s joy time. So who’s the best at hitting that rock? Who’s going to make the village dance the hardest?”
At a casual glance, you might not know that Mars is one of our superstar cavemen. Pulling up to an upscale Italian restaurant on an anonymous street in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, alone in a relatively modest Cadillac, he parks in back by the dumpsters to slip in quietly. In contrast to the flashy outfits he wears onstage, he’s dressed in a simple collarless bomber jacket, a white Gucci logo T-shirt and camouflage pants. A small crucifix on a thin chain hangs around his neck.
Went to go see this with @wryhumor today and was quite pleasantly surprised with how fun and emotional this movie was. It’s a slick, fast paced, action movie but has its moments of raw emotion and gut-wrenching realizations. The underlying themes of responsibility and the cost of power made for several heartbreaking scenes.
I was happy to see a fresh take on the Arthurian legend. One that did not focus on any romance but instead on Arthur’s rise from the streets and his gradual acceptance of who he was and what he must do.
The special effects were seamless, though at times things happened with dizzying speed and at a couple of points I was reminded of The Shadow of Mordor. But nothing that hindered my enjoyment of the movie.
I also appreciated the lovely diversity of the cast which included Djimon Hounsou as Bedivere, Tom Wu as George and Kingsley Ben-Adir as Wet Stick. Though I was disappointed that several of the women in the movie were casualties and that there weren’t enough speaking parts for women.
Who’s the cuddler: evan once he warms up to the idea of physical affection!
Who’s more clingy: connor definitely
Who wakes up first: evan,, school has preprogrammed him to wake up at a certain time meanwhile connor is a lazy ass who would wake up at 4 pm everyday if he could
Who tends to get more sick: honestly its connor but its nothing major; small cases of the sniffles or minor fevers and the like but he never admits to it
Who’s the little spoon: they switch! connor looks like ur run of the mill gangly big spoon but sometimes He Want To Be Hold
Who’s more protective: connor. homeboy has no fear he’d eat pavement if it meant evan was safe
Who sings in the shower: THEY BOTH DO ! evan’s is very quiet and more humming, meanwhile u can catch connor Depression Showering™ at 3 in the morning belting out suddenly seymour
Who likes to embarrass the other: bc they both have the sweet sweet anxiety they dont like to embarrass each other so much as mercilessly tease? in which case its connor mostly, but evan has his moments
Who cries during movies: evan, but its only because connor refuses to watch movies he knows will make him cry (read: movies where the dog dies)
Who kisses more roughly: connor but again evan has his Moments
Who’s more dominate: connor
My rating of the ship from 1-10: 8/10. it has major faults but when its presented respectfully and healthily it has incredible potential
Non corny karate movies would be cool Uhhh hapkido ?
Karate has had its non-corny moment in the limelight. Both “Black Belt” and “Fighter in the Wind” are solid, excellent Karate films. Hapkido would be dope, if they could do it well. I can’t help but feel like Hapkido had its highest moment possible in the final fight of “The Young Master”. Hwang In Shik beating the fuck out of Jackie Chan with Hapkido is one of the finest moments in martial arts cinema history.
how about an enchanted!au (the disney movie where the princess is tricked into a well leading into an alternate dimension and resurfaces in the reality of nyc) where alfred is a prince in a disney movie and bc he refuses to marry a witch she pushes him down a well
and he pops up from under the sewers of london, england, almost gets run over by those humongous and obnoxiously red double decker buses, and falls down a flight of stairs and almost face first into a grumpy englishman with comical eyebrows (and his little clone)(aka his son, peter)(apparently, he’s a single dad)(al doesn’t know what the hell the term “single dad” means because divorce doesn’t exist in the land of fairytales)
and arthur thinks he’s crazy but apparently arthur is crazier because within two weeks he starts feeling awfully attracted to a man who’s seemed to have lost his marbles
What do you think of the movie Clockwork Orange? Sorry if someone asked this before or something, I'm curious to know, I really like the movie, except for certain, just certain, things. Sorry to bother, hope you're enjoying your day, love your blog <3 <3 <3 <3
I have and I like the movie too, it has its moments XD I want to read the book too just to see how faithful the movie is to it.
You’re not bothering me at all, you have a nice day too ^^
If this episode was a stand alone and not part of the series or an action movie, it would be… okay. It certainly has its moments. It gives some thrills. But here are the problems:
This doesn’t feel like a Sherlock Holmes adventure.
This doesn’t feel even like BBC Sherlock.
It isn’t nearly as clever as it thinks it is.
It is completely unemotional. Series 4 achieved something phenomenal and that is that you grow unattached from those characters you loved all these years with a passion. You almost don’t care what will happen to them.
There is zero chemistry between the actors, however weird this might seem to you.
The villain, Eurus, could be a good villain if she wasn’t a member of the Holmes family, which is something that makes the story feel extremely far-fetched and ludicrous.
Some of her evil achievements simply defy logic.
For the possibility of being the last episode of the show, secondary characters have unacceptably little screentime and importance. Ridiculously so.
Molly is used as a part of a game that leaves her tortured and feeling like a fool.
Mrs Hudson dances.
Lestrade appears for milliseconds, although there is a good moment we all expected eventually.
Mycroft’s intelligence is debunked.
There is heteronormativity. LOADS OF IT. Irene Adler is used unnecessarily for that purpose.
Mary Morstan is used in the worst way I can imagine. Total ridiculing of her character and her purpose in the narrative. Her appearance is totally unnecessary.
And now… Jim Moriarty. I am one of the biggest Jim Moriarty fans here, but I ‘d prefer if he never appeared again, now that I saw this episode. Jim Moriarty’s character is abused here because Moftiss wanted to keep TFP “in style”. That’s the only purpose he has in the episode: Andrew Scott offers some of his charisma and style. And this is it. His character is completely one-dimensional, completely lacks the depth of previous series and also lacks that certain awkward emotionality and undefinable fragility that made him such a distinct villain and character. He adds nothing but good looks. His peculiar relationship with Sherlock is unbelievably downplayed. His “association” with Eurus is laughable.
Basically the episode’s sole attempt is to convince that Eurus is the biggest villain that ever walked the earth - and epically fails.
Don’t expect a review about the relationship, friendship, intimacy, love between Sherlock and John - there isn’t any. And I am not talking about romance - there isn’t anything between them. Whatsoever.
The end is unbelievably abrupt. After the case is solved, Sherlock and John barely exchange an “Are you okay?”, “Yeah”.
They’ve been building the redbeard moment for ages; it’s interesting, but all the other flaws of the episode prevail and make it impossible to feel in any way shocked or emotionally engaged in what happened in Sherlock’s childhood. You simply don’t care.
After all the drama, nothing really dramatic happens in TFP. In fact, NOTHING changes after the conclusion of the story and Sherlock never shows any kind of different behaviour after coming to terms with the Redbeard drama.
It is an episode that makes you doubt it was written by the same people who wrote A Study in Pink, The Great Game, The Reichenbach Fall and, personally, even His Last Vow.
You won’t even understand how the resolution of this episode was resolved!!!
There is no plot. It’s just an angry psychotic sister who plays a game so she doesn’t feel alone. Oh,and she’s “too clever” like Mycroft says 617848475 times. Okay.
They tried sadly a lot to make this episode very overwhelming but believe me, it’s surprisingly underwhelming. The Blind Banker has not the thrills and agony you ‘ll see in this and, yet, I prefer to watch TBB anytime over this. Anytime.
This is in no way an episode story which should be the last one. It should be a middle episode and then not a Sherlock one! An utter failure. If there isn’t a DRASTIC change in the BBC broadcast that will re-establish pretty much all the characters and their relationships, then I predict we will all end up denying this series exists and stop at series 3. From there, take BBC Sherlock inside your head and create with your imagination, write, draw, make your own story. I hope I will. Because you’re not going to like this.
I’ve seen this movie last Wednesday and I’m still chuckling because of THAT pun.
The sequel is exactly what you expect it to be. Another over the top spy movie with an amazing cast, incredible action sequences and a not so subtle critique on society. But despite explosions and all the stuff the movie still has its quiet and emotional moments and somehow it works
The action sequences were incredible. The car chase in the beginning and the scenes in the mountains were thrilling and exciting and in general the improved on what they did in the first movie.
Julianne Moore as Poppy was more than we could wished for. A worthy successor to Samuel L Jackson. Her character was a treat. Halle Berry as Ginger Ale was equally entertaining.
The villains layer is one of the best in recent history and if I were a sociopathic super villain I would live there too.
The movie toned down the crazy a bit. It was less bonkers than the first one. Whether that’s good or bad depends on the watcher but for me that was what made the first movie stand out. The Golden Circle is incredibly entertaining but it could have been more bonkers.
All in all it was a great movie. The addition of the statesman was perfect and Eggsy and his girlfriend were great.
I have not given up hope on Roxy. She deserves better and is still there, waiting for Kingsman 3
After letting the experience~ of Moana sink in for 24 hours, I really love it even more and can’t recommend it enough. It was directed by Ron Clements and John Musker (two of the people behind The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules, The Princess and the Frog and others–and the Hercules vibe is STRONG in Maui omg) and this is the first Disney movie I’ve seen in a long time that feels ~Renaissance~ quality. Everything comes together for it.
The animation. I’ve been very vocal about how my art snob ass prefers “traditional” animation, but here the CG felt needed and used beautifully, much as it did in, say, Finding Nemo. I haven’t felt that way about most of the non-Pixar CG movies Disney has released. Moana needed this art form, and it’s stunning here.
Again, I think Moana could have easily flipped Maui into a love interest–in a totally different form, here he’s very much a more troubled Genie type–but as much as I love love stories, it didn’t seem “missing” here. This was totally her movie, Maui was definitely her sidekick, it worked. It felt like a very personal coming of age story for a girl who was too busy–and probably too young!!!! for a gf or bf.
The music. Look, if you set aside “Let It Go” and on a narrative level “Love Is An Open Door” the Frozen soundtrack wasn’t? amazing? Like it was fun don’t get me wrong but I never really understood why people lost their shit over it. Like. Y’all heard that song the trolls sang right? Anyway. Tbh, even The Princess and the Frog had a soundtrack that I wasn’t in love with–it was fun, but not epic~ even tho “Friends On The Other Side” was awesome. Moana is the first Disney soundtrack of the 2000s and 2010s that feels on the level of the 90s movies, tbh. They brought out the big guns for this one, and it worked. It is a very Lin soundtrack. Like, there are Hamilton vibes all over this but not in a way that feels unoriginal or tired. “How Far I’ll Go” is THE “I Want” song for little girls. Or it should be.
Again, this story obviously isn’t about my culture but from an outsider’s perspective it seemed like a beautiful showcase. I mean, how many Americans, white or otherwise, know much about Maui? The whole movie felt like a tribute in a way that, say, Pocohontas tried to be. But without the cringy shit.
The movie isn’t without loss. It’s a story that has its funny moments, but doesn’t dumb things down for kids. (Which I feel is something Disney has been guilty of in the 2000s and 2010s and it BOTHERS ME. Kids don’t need grimdark things let them be kids but–BatB and The Lion King dealt with some pretty dark shit without going overboard and I expect that of the newer movies.) It is very much a feminist movie without beating them over the head with grrrl power. Moana’s ability is never questioned because she’s a girl; her gender is not what holds her back on a cultural level. My point is, the movie deals with things that kids might have to think about; some of those things may make them sad at certain points. But it works.
Go give it all your money I’m tired of ice princesses they aren’t The Worst but Moana is better