Nagito wants to be accepted. Now, this may seem obvious, looking at the nice atmosphere his dream world had, but it struck me in the scene where he starts rambling and cornering Fuyuhiko. Fuyuhiko is, rightfully, creeped out, but he still remains calm while telling Nagito to back off (he’d seen Peko behind the bushes, she would’ve thrown Nagito off him had he asked). He does comment on the weirdness when Nagito steps back, however he tells him “don’t worry, it’s who you are.”
“It’s who you are.”
I might not be using the correct words from the subtitles but that’s the idea. In other media his classmates shunned him out and were outright mean to him for his weird opinions and outbursts. Danganronpa: Zetsubou-hen showed us a group of students who weren’t excited for Nagito’s return. Here, in Nagito’s perfect world, his classmates remain his friends and continue to include him even when those outbursts manifest.
We can say, then, that Nagito was really hurt by their behavior. This means that he is also aware of what pushes them away, as his mind doesn’t correct the habits he has no control over (remember, Nagito’s luck allowed him to live despite his two terminal illnesses), instead giving his classmates alternate behaviors and reactions. Even if this realization is made subconsciously, Nagito’s desire to be accepted remains. However, he isn’t eliminating the part that defines his mental health and behavior, rather altered the behavior of his classmates and the treatment they gave him.
Nagito wants to be accepted, but not at the expense of who he is. He wants to be accepted flaws and all. He knows he isn’t perfect and he wishes his classmates could accept that. He believes that if they did, good friendships could be formed (and we saw glimpses of this friendships at the end of the OVA and in the Hope Arc). He thinks it is possible for him to achieve some happiness (remember his words to Souda about talentless people?) even if it wasn’t complete because his self loathing is still active.
“Oh, it’s you, Genos. Hang on. These guys–”
“Let’s go home, Master.”
“O…Oh, yeah?” …
“Dammit. That guy’s face is burned into my brain. I’m gonna remember this.”
“Master. I have never met any person as incredible as you, Master Saitama.”
“What brought that on? You’re creeping me out.”
“Even if the public doesn’t appreciate you, I will still follow you.”
“You don’t have to butter me up. Really.”
And now, the English’s
“Oh hey Genos, what’s goin on? Gimme just a minute. These guys are saying I’m–”
“We must go home, Master…”
“Hm? …Oh. You think we should?”
“Dammit, that guy’s face is burned into my brain. I’ll never be able to forget
“Listen, I want you to know I have never met anyone, as amazing as you.”
“What brought that on? You’re creeping me out.”
“Even if the public does not appreciate you, or what you have done, I will still follow you.”
“You don’t have to butter me up like that.”
I only watch SG for Chris’s scenes with potential bk vibes so that I can use it in fanfiction/BK aesthetics, but Mon-El is legit starting to creep me out now? Like I ignored it for the longest bc the only arrowverse shows I’m invested in are TF and mildly DCLOT (forever salty they killed off snart) but I’m still a little 😨 when I watch.
I was tagged by no one, but I wanted to do this, so…whatever! Fight me! (please don’t!)
1. The Last Unicorn: I’ve loved this movie since I was 5 years old, and I can still literally watch it any day, any time. It’s so, so good and heartbreaking and beautiful. Plus the voice cast is amazing!
2. Dawn of the Dead (1978): I love George A. Romero and I love this movie. It still creeps me out, even though the zombies are blue. The characters are memorable, and the acting is great. I also love films that aren’t afraid to use awkward silence for dramatic effect. Lastly, Pete is totally on my hypothetical zombie apocalypse survival team. (Bonus: See that GIF down there? That scene is the reason I get nervous in elevators…)
3. Pulp Fiction: While I truly believe that Inglorious Bastards is Tarantino’s best film technically, there will always be something about Pulp Fiction that speaks to me. I love it to death, and I will always pick it as my fav of his films.
4. A Nightmare on Elm Street: I used to watch this movie so much as a kid/teenager that it’s basically ingrained on my psyche. I can still watch it any time. The acting, the direction, the cinematography, the music…it’s all so wonderfully done and perfect. I’ll always be Team Freddy as far as movie monsters go!
5. The Labyrinth: I mean…David Bowie? Check. In tight pants? Check. Singing? Check. Muppets? Check. Pretending you’re Sarah and get to dance with Bowie while he not-so-subtly tries to seduce you? You’d better believe that’s a check!
6. Trainspotting: Another movie that I watched and re-watched a lot as a teen. It’s funny how it meant something completely different to me at 17 than it does now at 31, but something about the story and the characters still connects with me. The book is amazing too!
I tag no one, but hope that some of you do this because it’s really fun!
Anonymous requested: Could you do an imagine where both you and Steve are fighting Bucky (CATWS) Since you’re married to Bucky (you’re a woman out of time) you tell him something that triggers him which makes him stop fighting you. (Just like what Steve did.)
Author’s note: I love Bucky Barnes so much…. So I wasn’t sure ~which~ fight scene you wanted, so I went with the absolutely heartbreaking final one because I’m just that horrible ;_; … Anyway, MAJOR SPOILERS FOR CATWS (I mean it came out in 2014 but still) Enjoy! ~if you want a sequel or another Bucky oneshot drop me an ask here~
Warning: Extreme pain, sadness, fighting… :)
Bucky Barnes x Reader
The giant chamber is eerily quiet, and as you and Steve creep in your eyes dart nervously around, searching for the inevitable fight that will come. You let Steve go in front of you, holding his shield up, and you trail behind to guard the back. You’re too focused on the pathway behind you that when Steve stops abruptly, you stumble slightly and turn, to see -
🔸Ghost Rider is perfect. They have, so far, done a phenomenal job of encapsulating Robbie Reyes. I was soooo nervous, not gonna lie guys, but I really think they pulled it off.
🔸Daisy is a full on badass so that’s happening. Excuse me, I meant Quake. 😏
🔸 Jemma Simmons as a brilliant boss lady moving up in the ranks…i’m here for this.
🔸Who in the fuckety fuck is the Director now?
🔸 I never thought in all of my wildest Marvel Nerd dreams that I would get a fight scene in the very first episode between Daisy ‘Quake’ Johnson and Ghost Rider but that shit happened.
🔸A.I.D.A. CREEPS ME OUT but that means the actress is doing a kick ass job. 👍🏼
🔸Coulson is still the same lovable nerd. May is still the same lovable badass.
🔸Damn, Yo-Yo. Caliente 🔥 She has got it for Mack in a bad way😍😂.
🔸Fitz, please do not get into this shit. This fool is not a role model.
In summary… The episode was amazing and I am so pumped for this season. How am I supposed to wait a week for the next one?!
1. Nosferatu (1922) Max Schreck as Count Orlock in an unauthorized adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel ‘Dracula’. I’ve seen this film many times and Scheck still creeps me out.
2. “The Phantom of the Opera” (1928) Lon Chaney makes his first appearance on the list. The sequence where Christine Daaé (Mary Philbin) unmasks the Phantom is one of the best scenes ever filmed.
3. “Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages” (1922) A blend of fact and fiction exploring the history of evil in a series of vignettes.
4. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1923) Perhaps the best film telling the story of Quasimodo and Esmeralda. Another classic from Lon Chaney.
5.”Faust” (1926) The demon Mephisto tries to corrupt a decent man and take his soul.
6. “The Cat and the Canary” (1927) The movie is based on the stage play of the same name. A family gathers in an old mansion on a stormy night to hear the reading of a will. Excellent use of these themes before they became cliches.
7. “The Man Who Laughs” Conrad Veidt’s character of Gwynplaine became the inspiration of the comic villain The Joker.
8. “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (1920) John Barrymore…nuff said.9. “The Unknown” Lon Chaney (again) and Joan Crawford as two very unlikable circus performers.10. “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (1920) An insane hypnotist (Werner Krauss) uses the sleeping Conrad Veidt to commit murder.
9.”The Unknown” Lon Chaney and Joan Crawford as two circus performers”
10. “The Cabinent of Dr. Caligari” An insane hypnotist (Werner Krauss) uses the sleepwalking Conrad Veidt to commit murders.