this scene teared me up

I’d like to point out that the nicest touch to Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is that, he’s scared. And because of his age, huge scale situations scare him. He legitimately gets scared and nervous doing some things and voices out “I’m gonna die, I’m gonna die.” He knows he’s gonna die but he does it anyway because if he doesn’t do anything, other people will and it’s going to be his fault.

There’s this one scene that made me tear up because you get to truly realize that Peter Parker is just a kid. Tom Holland’s acting was so good. He’s literally the best Spider-Man.

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You remember this? My dad and I used to build model airplanes. And this, this was my absolute favorite. Tenth birthday. This is a Nieuport 28. It’s the same plane Quentin Roosevelt flew in World War I. When you were about two years old, you got your hands on this, and you broke off one of the wings. I spent about an hour with a hot glue gun trying to fix it. It ended up in about 20 pieces instead of 2. Quentin, sometimes trying to fix something only makes it worse.

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this scene from three buckets hurt real bad. that blank, silent expression fern gives after finn tells him how close he thinks they are. like, they both don’t say anything for a solid 4-5 seconds and when fern finally broke the silence he completely ignored everything finn had just said to him. it doesn’t seem like much, but that brief moment of silence was absolutely soul crushing to me.

another painful thing, too, is how finn seems visibly hurt by this, he knows he’s being ignored, but he chooses not to say anything about it, and instead just goes along with what fern said afterwards. gah this scene just. it just tears me up this episode was so devastating.

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“If I’m gonna die, I’m gonna die historic! On the Sagolii Road!”

you bet your ass i was gonna immediately make a mad max photoset once i got this top given the fact that i am obsessed with mad max

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“You don’t know who I am?”

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Sherlock: Your romantic inclinations are not a flaw to be corrected, they’re a trait to be accepted. I know you, Watson. I know you’ll never be happy within the confines of a quote-unquote “traditional relationship.”  And I said what I said because it pains me to see you try to fit into one simply because it is the default mode of polite society.

Joan: Well, there’s no reason to feel pain, because I’m happy with Andrew.

Sherlock: But would you be happier without him? Alternatively, with him as an occasional sex partner and confidante. Or, with him when he’s in the States, and free to pursue other interests when he’s not. There are any number of possible arrangements. All you need to do is find one which is true to your nature.

- Elementary, 3x7

This scene is so wonderful.

First of all, we have Sherlock endorsing open relationships and potentially polyamory. And please note the use of the word “arrangement” - he is not suggesting Joan should cheat on Andrew. He’s talking about disregarding convention and tradition to find the ideal approach, not just for Joan but for all parties involved. And he’s not saying any particular way is the right one, he is offering up suggestions and encouraging experimentation to find what works best for them.

And this could be applied to any kind of relationship, regardless of sexuality or romantic orientation. Speaking as an aromantic asexual who’d still like to have a significant other in some form, I know how difficult it can be to have a relationship if you are not, as Sherlock says, true to your nature, or if you’re worrying too much about conforming to the rules of a traditional relationship.

When Sherlock says “romantic inclinations”, it could mean just about anything. And as long as the people involved are informed and consenting, you should feel free to do whatever makes you and your loved ones happy, regardless of what society thinks of it - including not being in a relationship at all. Because how you feel is not a problem, it is a part of what makes you who you are.

Your romantic inclinations are not a flaw to be corrected, they’re a trait to be accepted.

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A Ghost Story: Favourite Scenes (1/?)

Watching this in the cinema made me tear up. For some context, headphones Rooney is in the past and earphones Rooney is in the present. Present earphones Rooney is listening to a song her husband wrote before he died in a car accident. The white cloth she is reaching towards is her dead husband’s ghost who is bound to their house, unable to interact with her. Meanwhile, past headphones Rooney is listening to the same song, except her husband is still alive, in the room with her and watching her. 

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lucas friar meme seven scenes [ 2 ]

There’s the secret of life. People change people. No matter what I teach you in here, learning from the people you care about is more important than the words on any page. That’s why I let you talk in here sometimes. That’s why it’s interesting.