verysharpteeth

verysharpteeth asked:

The difference between Killian and a lot of other villains on the show is the fact that Killian is GENUINELY bothered by what he turned into. And rather than wallow around in it, he tries to put himself back together. Everyone is there telling him how horrible he is and a deep part of him agrees with them, but if it will help Emma, he'll defy his OWN perception of himself to make her happy. He still thinks he's too far gone, but he's willing to TRY.

verysharpteeth asked:

I think it's because there's a good bit of just raw sexuality to him. I mean his vibe isn't so much "handsome" as it is sexual. And I say natural sexuality because he's not really trying. He's goofy and I think he sees himself as goofy, but he can naturally just go to this hooded eyed, mouth agape thing just oozing sexuality. It comes and goes so fast with him because it's NATURAL.

YES EXACTLY.
I honestly believe he doesn’t really try to be sexy (except maybe during photoshoots, if that’s what look is required), it just happens. And that my friends is the sexiest kind of sexy. :)

verysharpteeth asked:

The "actual glampire" tag makes me want SebStan to play a modern vampire who is just 10000% done with modern vampire glamorization. He runs a book store and shops at the grocery store at midnight and just wants to inform everyone that blood has a funny after taste and the weird pseudo-goth kids who smell like patchouli need to step back from his rare New Age book section like NOW.

Title: Here, Or In A Jaeger
Author: ducksbellorum 
Rating: PG 
Fandom: Pacific Rim 
Disclaimer: Nothing belongs to me, no Jaegers, no Kaiju, no nothing.
Notes: For JaegerCon Bingo - Aftermath and also for my gift exchange partner, verysharpteeth. Have some Raleigh feels.
Summary: They tell me that I looked at Gipsy Danger the way Captain Kirk looked at the Enterprise. It’s funny and they laugh, but when I watch the ancient show I can see their point. 

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God, I can’t get over that ‘Lazarus Syndrome’ Pacific Rim fic. I just get this strange feeling in my chest whenever I think of it now. I smiled when coming down to that ending. My God, it was beautiful. I was almost brought to tears by it. Of course I haven’t read all the Post-Pacific Rim fics, but this one was probably the most honest, accurate, mesmerizing, in character Pacific Rim fics out there and I can more than imagine it happening at the ending of the movie. If you haven’t read it yet, read it.

Instant favorite :’)

Ten books that stayed with me in some way. I was tagged by @verysharpteeth thanks! In no particular order:

1. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

2. Szubad żąda ofiary (it’s a Polish book and as far as I know it doesn’t have an English translation, it’s a young adult novel about ancient Sumerians, pretty dark stuff for a kids’ novel)

3. Books by Małgorzata Musierowicz, another Polish author writing young adult novels (she has this long running series in which some character recur), especially Szósta klepka.

4. The Brothers Lionheart (Bröderna Lejonhjärta) by Astrid Lindgren the children’s novel that will destroy you, I’m starting to cry just thinking bout it tbqh

5. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

6. The Woman in the Dunes (Suna no onna) by Kōbō Abe (great story but will fuck you up)

7. Strangers (Ijintachi to no natsu) by Taichi Yamada (it’s a moving story but also a pretty depressing read)

8. Carrie by Stephen King (the book I’ve most related to in my life, probably not a good thing)

9. Pet Sematary by Stephen King

10. Puppet on a Chain by Alistair MacLean (this is a pretty standard thriller but really good, and there’s something very memorable about the eerie setting it has)

I tag whomever feels like it. 

verysharpteeth asked:

Platonic my ass. If those two didn't end up making babies eventually I'll eat a hat. They had a better working relationship than 70% of the OTPs Hollywood tries to shove down my throat.

Hm… I think we’ll have to agree to disagree on this one!

Mainly just because this film avoided exactly what you mentioned in the last part of your comment: they didn’t shove Raleigh-and-Mako-as-a-couple down our throats like so many other movies do.

BUT. If you like the idea of them eventually popping out babies, then, yeah, the evidence is there. Likewise, if you prefer to view their relationship as a platonic one - as I do - then that’s fine, too! The film allows multiple interpretations, and I absolutely loved that.

And yes, I choose to see them as bff’s who maybe once in a while bump uglies. You know. For stress relief and the like. But if you ship ‘em, then go for it, because a) telling people what to ship sucks, and b) I could totally see it.

Either way the film handled their relationship brilliantly, so A++ all around.

verysharpteeth asked:

You know, Charlie has talked about how GDT saw him as the pining good guy in Crimson Peak and how he's never been asked to play that before, which tells me GDT is a casting genius because Charlie CAN do soft sweetness in spite of his masculinity and rough edges, but no one bothered to look past the swagger and notice he's got this amazing duality of toughness along WITH an uninhibited adoration and respect for women. He's proof you don't have to be written as wimpy to see women as equals.

COR BLESS GUILLERMO DEL TORO, MAN.

I love how he takes actors that are known for doing only one thing – I mean, look at Ron Perlman? Constantly cast as purely the brooding evil dude, and he gave him a chance to be a romantic goofball in Hellboy – and sees they have a greater range than that.

We need a million more del Toros and Raleigh Beckets in this world, man.