title scene

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Chapter 595: “Hope”
“It was the form of his great hope. You, Sakata Gintoki.
That’s why that person smiled at you.”

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STAR WARS APPRECIATION WEEK

day 5: most underrated moment

→ padmé’s ruminations (episode iii: revenge of the sith)

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“It was actually in this episode, when I’m in the kitchen with Letty and we’re having a conversation about the book that she’s writing and I’m telling her that she needs to find a title, I couldn’t do that scene without laughing. The dialogue and the way that Michelle was looking at me, it was just so funny. We had to do it like a million times. I just couldn’t stop laughing and that was hard.”  - Juan Diego Botto

I AM AN ABSOLUTE MESS OH GOD THIS IS SO CHEESY BUT I’M NOT EVEN SORRY BECAUSE MY HEART IS FILLED WITH SUCH JOY

anonymous asked:

What do each of you think about the anime (what was right or wrong, etc.)? I really love the fact that Bones gave all the female characters mature and actually realistic voices, even Kyouka sounds realistic for a girl of her stature and age imo.

We know you said ‘each’ of us, but we doubt you want to wait Approximately Forever for your answer, so we’re going to answer, collectively, sorry. XD Since some of us can write Approximately Forever about the anime vs. the manga, we’ve divided things into two basic categories:

Things We Liked:
-The ability “rings” and title screens
-The scene of Fitzgerald’s money rapidly decreasing
-Music
-Scenery
-Details from the manga they did include, such as: small baby Moby Dick, the technology/computer screens, Tom and Huck (the last one is plot-related, but they were very cute)
-Season 1 Episode 1
-Dark Era, Odasaku
-Fukuzawa’s guitar riff aka one of the best things tbh
-Opening and ending animation/songs (except for naked Aku in S2 sorry Aku)

Things We Didn’t Like:
-First light novel timeline (Why Was Atsushi There)
-The weird fish eye lens animations and other weird animations in general
-The number of butt shot / orphanage flashbacks / “I killed 35 people”
-Yosano’s stripping
-Why no OST from PV1
-Minor character things: Chuuya’s missing hat chain, Agatha Christie cameo (and Fyodor’s first cameo in that same scene), Lovecraft trying to eat a wall
-Cut/changed details: Akutagawa’s cough, shin soukoku’s combined ability, costume changes, Dazai not laughing at Chuuya’s “turn-in feet,” Atsushi sassing asking Akutagawa during their battle with Fitzgerald if he wanted some tea, Dazai not eating dog treats, Tanizaki and Atsushi’s “east” and “west” idiot scene in the helicopter, Poe sweating at the ADA party while he tries to acquire a drink, Kunikida not showing up to Dazai on the roof with Q’s curse, Dazai’s face when avoiding Mori like the plague as Mori told him to not hang up on him, and last but not least… they cut out our symbol…Dazai’s shifty eye face

“The ever-so-rare chocolates. The worst spy group in the history of spies is entering the scene.”

I titled this image “I’m screaming” when I saved it to my laptop LITERALLY WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT IN THE TOP RIGHT CORNER?????

The event of CODENAME: N.E.E.T: Chocolates Are Forever is making its debut on Friday, February 10th at 18:00 JST! Looks like the ones who are dressed as girls this time around aren’t the Matsus… or even Iyayo or Chibimi, they’re just… Sigh. no seriously dafuq

I’m ready for Ichimatsu to take that gun and blow my brains out ICHIMATSU-SAMAAAAAAAAAAA KAKKOII KAKKOYOSUGIRU

~Mod Ichi

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FAVOURITE ALBUMS:
↳ B.A.P -  MATRIX

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If you’re asked what the Phantom’s theme is in the 1986 stage musical, you’ll probably be like me and answer by singing the theme of the Overture/Title Song. But the Phantom doesn’t only have a musical theme, he also has a lighting theme for when he appears on stage, or when you’re supposed to understand he’s lurking in the shadows:

“The Phantom’s appearances are accompanied by a recurring lighting motif. "Whenever he appears, there is a lot of striation in the lighting. We designed a hand lantern that has a slotted template around the lamp.”. Not only does his lantern throw a patterned beam, but the stage lighting is striated as well.”

(Andrew Bridge, lighting designer, quoted in Lighting Dimensions, 1988, p65)

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