watching them is like watching all of my expectations

They told us many times they were giving us more than we expect. We’re the ones who watch for that stuff, we’re the ones they warned. We of all people should see this.

“Back 4 more” tweets

“People always give up after 3”

“There now may be too many endings”

“I don’t like loose ends, not on my watch”

“It’s not a trick it’s a plan”

“Give the people what they want”

“I love a good acronym, all the best secret societies have them”

“Is tea… code?”

“Intuitions shouldn’t be ignored”

“Nothing is impossible. You of all people should know that.”

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Seriously don’t know what’s funnier. Ikoma getting thrown onto the train, or him being cradled in Suzuki’s arms as Ayame shakes her head and smiles.

6 Movies I Can Watch Anytime

I was tagged by @thenightmarebeforebucky and yo it was harder than I expected.

1. Harry Potter

All of them. Over Christmas break my brothers and I marathoned the series multiple times. And whenever I come across it on t.v, you can bet your ass it’s staying on, I don’t care which one it is or how far in to the movie it’s already run. It stays on.

Originally posted by youtubersandothers

2. Lord of the Rings (inc The Hobbit)

I grew up watching this series countless times. And I know a lot of people didn’t like The Hobbit series for being long but it was so god damn nostalgic for me and I loved it. 

Originally posted by beredenice

3. Pocahontas

I had the book with the sing-along cassette when I was younger. The songs are amazing.

Originally posted by cheetahswolf

4. The Pursuit Of Happyness

Dude. I watched this when I was 10 and I fell in love. I’ve watched it countless times since and every time, the subway scene makes me sob. Holy shit. It leaves me feeling every emotion at the end and I love this movie so god damn much. 

Originally posted by middlechildswag

5. Back To The Future

Another film I grew up with and will never get tired of. I can’t begin to explain how much I love this movie. It’s still hilarious no matter how many times I watch it.

Originally posted by jugheadjones94

6. The Devil Wears Prada

I am always game to watch this movie. Miranda Priestley is such a bad ass, bitchy, good at what she does, ruthless, haunted character. I love her and hate her. This movie is freaking gold.

Originally posted by giulsvln

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Scooby Doo Films you should watch.

Because yes.

For the last like week all I’ve done is watched Scooby Doo, and I’ve decided to make a list of my favourite films, because I feel they are underrated and you should watch them. 

Ok without further ado…

  • Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy - Why? Because the editing is amazing. Its not done in a conventional Scooby Doo film style. There is a lot of fast passed sequencing that just add to the comedic value of the film. Plus the story line is bizarre, evil Velma, brave Scooby and Shaggy, Daphne with bad hair and no van.
  • Scooby-Doo! and the Witch’s Ghost - This one is a classic, the first appearance of the Hex Girls with their really catchy song ‘I will put a spell on you.’ This film is one that most people remember from the Scooby films, and its obvious to see why. Following the gang solving the mystery of the ghost of witch haunting the town of a famous writer.
  •  Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur - BRAVE SHAGGY…again. Plus he defies gravity on a motorbike at one point. But really its funny, and Velma goes on a date with what I can only describe as a male version of her self. Oh and ghost Dino’s. 

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For my ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow. Its energy surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Force around you; here, between you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere, yes. Even between the land and the ship.

I love all the converts to Strange Magic. 

The people who are like “I saw this on my dash and it looked cute! Glad I gave it a watch!”

Or the “This was on TV and I have no idea what I just watched but I love it!” 

and the “Wow. I really expected not to like this, but it surprised me!” 

But my absolute favorite kind of people are the

“This movie is stupid and I hate it it doesn’t make any sense I’ve wATCHED IT TEN TIMES IN THREE DAYS I’VE LOST CONTROL OF MY LIFE”

I really believed that we could’ve been great. We have so many things in common, especially passions like music and our faith. I already talk to all your family and they know me quite well. I was ready to stay with you through everything and listen to every single thing that burdens your heart and I knew that it wasn’t just because I was curious but because I genuinely wanted to be there for you and hold you through it all. We could’ve spent lazy Sundays in watching movies that we both love and probably both end up falling asleep. We could’ve spent summer nights near the beach playing the guitar and singing the songs we admire and watched the sunset together. We could’ve went to supermarkets and bought all the sweets money can buy just because we were craving them. I wasn’t expecting any thing big or fancy dates or presents, nothing like that. I just wanted to share my passions with someone who understands and whose eyes light up to the same things that mine do. But most of all, I just wanted to be your shoulder to lean on and to be the one you trust because I was sure that no matter how many times my heart gets broken, I could never hate you. Whenever I see you posting something sad I always get the urge to try and make you feel better, even if I’m feeling like shit because of our situation. This is something that I never understood. Some may call it love but I think it’s hard for me to admit this because I don’t really believe in it anymore. This may be the reason why it’s so hard for me to let go. Where am I going to find someone who has this much in common with me and is still a decent person inside? But in the end I guess I was never enough and you were always searching for something more. Maybe I was too broken or my anxiety telling me that no one really loves me was too overwhelming and maybe this made you think that I didn’t appreciate you. I don’t want to act like the victim, but whenever I fought with you, it was because I automatically expected more from you because my feelings were still there and I didn’t have any control on them. If you wanted me you would’ve just said so because you probably knew why I was acting the way I was because of tumblr. I guess that’s just a part of life? Believing that something is meant to be so much that it overwhelms you? That maybe you invent everything in your mind and you’re so sure of it that it feels real? I don’t really know. I’m sorry that my anxiety made you feel bad about yourself, I never meant to make you feel worse. I guess by time I’ll move on and maybe just maybe I’ll find someone with the same passions and they could handle my occasional jealousy, short temper, anxiety and all the other countless flaws. I also hope that you find someone who will take care of you and even though they may not understand you immediately, they never stop trying to.
—  Constant thoughts brought into one paragraph

anonymous asked:

GOM, Kagami, Takao, Kasamatsu & Kiyoshi watching a horror movie with their s/o, expecting them to be clingy and generally all over them because she’ll be scared but instead s/o is having the time of her life, commenting how fake the movie was and that she could do better the killer’s job and she started giving examples lol (that’s sounds so much like me~)

omg this is so not me HAHAH horror movies make me piss my pants

AKASHI: He blinked at you several times, you really went beyond his expectations. Though, he couldn’t help but enjoy the sound of your laughter as you watched the bad visual effects.

AOMINE: Being a horror movie fan himself, he would laugh along with you, constantly sharing thoughts and comments on the movie. The two of you would be wrapped up around each other the whole time.

KAGAMI: Kagami is actually terrified of horror movies so headcanon and he’d be shocked to hear you laughing, and despite his attempts to remain strong, he gave up in the end, “Hey, how about we watch something better like Tangled or Cinderella?”

KASAMATSU: As you commented and picked on every single thing in the movie, he would just watch you in amusement. But, when you decided to put on a real scary movie, he stiffened instantly. Nope, he wasn’t scared at all.

KISE: He jumped onto your lap. No joke. “____-chi,” he bawled out. “It’s scary.” You sighed then started going on about how fake things were and pointing out how unrealistic it was. He sniffled, “Okay, now it’s not that bad.”

KIYOSHI: Kiyoshi wasn’t someone who was so easily affected, and that included horror movies as well. He sat there, listening intently to your comments, and when you reenacted your corrections, he just laughed.

KUROKO: While you rambled on about the horror movie, you didn’t notice that Kuroko had gone missing. You looked around only to have Kuroko suddenly appear before your eyes, making you scream. Who needed a horror movie when you’ve got Kuroko scaring the shit out of you 24/7?

MIDORIMA: Oh shit, oh shit. That girl on screen did not have any luck at all. On the other hand, he had to listen to you redo some of the scenes in a “better” way. “A-All right, I think we can call it a night.” He stammered. You touched his arm and he screamed.

MURASAKIBARA: He wasn’t even paying attention to the movie and just enjoyed your voice talking as he finished off the last of the popcorn. He screamed in the kitchen and you hurried in. “We don’t have popcorn anymore.” That was scarier.

TAKAO: Surprisingly, Takao wasn’t afraid of horror movies at all and he actually enjoyed the shit-scary ones. With an arm wrapped around you, he laughed along and commented on the bad parts of the whole movie.

116: One and Done

This is pretty long, but I’m leaving it all in. If you want to skip to the end, I will save you the trouble: I am done with this show. I am not coming back for Season 2.

Boy, do I wish I felt differently. Boy, do I wish this show was good. Boy, did I try to like it. But, alas, it’s not to be.

If I lower my expectations to a Lifetime movie, I can enjoy this episode. Thing is, I don’t watch Lifetime movies. And I don’t watch them for a reason. I shouldn’t have to lower my expectations that far to enjoy something, anything, but especially a story I love so much.


I’m going to try and be fair here because I do see what they were trying to get across.  I really do. I’ve read all the good reviews and even posted some. My reaction was still my reaction.

The Good

Anna Foerster’s masterful direction. She is brilliant. She can make a heard of coos look like Shakespeare. Every shot is noticeable for its beautiful composition and attention to detail. Scotland has never looked more beautiful than through her lens.


The escape. Except for Claire standing in the road in Dolce & Gabanna pants and no discernable breast support, it was fantastic. Rupert’s line about the tea was great. This is where Ron Moore and Ira Behr are at their best. Stay in this zone guys.


The continued threat to Claire. I’ve got to hand it to them. They did improve the text by explaining that Jamie continually submits to keep BJR distracted and not send troops after Claire. I have heard in forums people trash Jamie for not just breaking BJR’s neck as soon as Claire leaves and they did a great job clarifying why he could not do that.


Jamie’s return and smile. Dammitt Heughan! You are the only reason to watch this show. My only moment of happiness in this show was that brief smile at the end. 


The first rape scene. It’s hard to say I liked it, but it was masterfully done by the actors. The thing I remember most was Jack making Jamie spread his legs slowly and the shame on Jamie’s face. The slowness and the gentleness were excruciating to watch. Sam Heughan is incredible.

Sam Heughan. Even when I thought the scene was preposterous, he was great in it. He moved me emotionally every time.

The Bad Judgment Overall

Everything I dislike about this episode and this season comes down to bad judgement – specifically, Ron Moore’s bad judgement. He doesn’t seem to understand the balance required to make this story coherent and get the point across: great love overcoming great evil. 


He’s so enamored with rape and violence that he didn’t get that he was supposed to emphasize the bravery and dignity of Jamie and Claire, the power of their love, and their recovery together. This is Claire’s shining moment and he blew it.


You don’t have to adapt everything word for word, but you should get the main point right in one way or another and they didn’t even try, from what I saw.
Ron likes to gorge himself on the less important things while shortchanging the essence of the story.

Again and again, he doesn’t know where to stop to make the point and it killed the story and the show. Some prime examples:

  • Episode 6 (Ira), 30 minutes of invented soliloquies and amputations, but no time to show Jamie staring Black Jack down in front of the crowd after the flogging, which is what really set Jack’s pursuit of Jamie in motion.
  • Episode 8 (Moore), some Frank OK, but 40 minutes?! No time to show Jamie and Claire falling in love and happy, which sets the relationship for the rest of the book.
  • Episode 11 (Moore edited), OK a witch trial, but 40 minutes?! And then the scene at the stones was rushed and confusing. People still don’t know why she chose him based on the show alone.


So here we are, at episode 16 (Ira and Moore), two rape scenes after a sexual assault in the last episode. That was one too many. There was no time made for the healing, the kindness, the gentleness, and the compassion that define this part of the book and are the essence of Jamie and Clare … and, you know, that pesky little thing like the whole point of the story.


The lack of time argument is crap. You make time for what matters, but you have to know what matters. I don’t think Ron does and so he has twisted a painful but beautiful part of Outlander into torture porn for reasons known only to him. I’ve heard him say in interviews that sexual violence was so graphic because he had to get to “the truth” of the story. That’s funny because I wasn’t aware that the truth of story was brutal rapes. 


The truth of this story is the power of selfless, unconditional love to heal anything and how much strength it takes on both their parts. What mattered to him was violent rape. Not love. Not recovery. Not the triumph of the human spirit. And he couldn’t be more wrong.


This episode was full of bad judgement calls that I find unforgivable. 

Abusing the Abused With Emotional Blackmail

In the book, this is Claire’s finest hour. Claire is the embodiment of love as described in 1 Corinthians 13. 

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

Love does not shove a trauma survivor around and yell in his face to force a confession for purely selfish reasons. It might be understandable given how dire the situation is. I might do it were I in her shoes. The real Claire did NOT. 


In the book, Claire never asked him anything about what happened. She doesn’t need to. She knows. They all know. She allows him to speak because he needs to and listens with love – even though she really doesn’t want to hear it.

  • It’s what makes her great.
  • It’s what shows you her strength.
  • It’s what maker her a hero. Some heroes have capes. Claire wears the mantle of selfless compassion and unconditional love.
  • It’s what makes you forgive her for any character flaw she has or will have in the future.

In the show, she seems to be possessed by the anti-Claire who’s using her mouth like a sock puppet.


At the beginning, Jamie starts to talk about his experience twice:

  • The first time, she gets uncomfortable and changes the subject.
  • The second time, she says nothing, but it’s clear she doesn’t want to hear it and was about to change the subject.

She then spends the rest of the episode angry that he won’t talk and resentful that he won’t heal fast enough. They wrote her dumb enough and heartless enough to ask Murtaugh why Jamie wants to kill himself and he actually has to explain to her what she already knows. Then, she still refuses to understand.

Wow. Don’t bowl me over with her loving kindness and intelligence. Please. It’s too much. 


This is not Claire. This is a selfish woman obsessed with her own needs who needs a lesson in love and compassion from Murtaugh. Murtaugh!!


In the climactic scene, she shames Jamie into confessing by yelling at him and shoving him around. So, let’s assess: she shuts him down when he tries to talk at the beginning and then bitch-slaps him into a confession at the end. Pick a lane lady! 


This scene is not inspired by love and not because she’s strong. She’s letting her fear take over and making her desperation more important than Jamie. It’s selfish and cruel. She’s not going to bat for him, she’s beating him up and he has been beaten up enough – on her behalf. 


What was this supposed to be? An episode of Scared Straight?


Then, she threatens to kill herself with him if he doesn’t snap out of it. That’s emotional blackmail and it never healed anyone. It’s too selfish and manipulative to have any healing power. 

  • You promised me.
  • You have to be there for me.
  • You are the only thing that makes sense to me.
  • If I kill myself, it’s your fault.

It’s not about you Claire! Book Claire knows this and never pulls this crap on Jamie. 


I hope none of you are never hurt badly enough to need a book Claire and get a TV Claire instead. I have and I did and I don’t talk to those people anymore. 


This is so far beneath Claire and the spirit of the story that I can’t forgive it and I can’t put the book down. The show gave us the opposite of the book. The OPPOSITE.

Adjustments for the constraints of the visual medium and time is one thing and understandable but filming the exact OPPOSITE of the character and the relationship is unforgivable. 


I am used to them destroying Jamie’s character. There are so many bits in this episode that are the antithesis of the King of Men, but I’m going to whistle right past them because I’m used to it. Why even bother? 


Destroying Claire’s character this way stunned me. The writers pretty much removed her kindness and compassion and loving gentleness all season long. I thought it would come back here. I thought maybe they were saving it all up but that was giving them too much credit.

Honestly, this is the worst part of the episode for me. This healing is what makes the whole book worth reading. It’s the payoff for all the pain. It’s Claire’s ascent into true power and heroism …. And they made her a scared, angry, selfish bitch. Unbelievable.


(For those of you who think the violence was justified because of the conjuring incident, you need to go read this chapter again. Never does she yell at him and demand a confession. Never does she mistreat him and think of herself first. Even in the guise of Black Jack, she is gentle with him. He attacks her and then we don’t really know what happened because Claire doesn’t really know what happened. The violence is all self-defense and induced by opium.)

Jamie “Rousing”

This whole sequence was so wrong and so preposterous that it didn’t move me emotionally. They were trying to capture Jamie telling Claire that the worst part of the abuse (and what’s making him want to die) is that it:

  • Aroused him to the point of erection (and possibly orgasm)
  • Put her in his mind the whole time while he was doing it so that he can’t separate sex with her from rape by BJR

Jamie should have told this to Claire with quick flashes back. The whole scene should not have been filmed. It was a gratuitous time waster. Again, bad judgement. What matters here, really? Jamie’s devastation and shame. 


We should hear him tell it so we can see that and feel that. To me, Sam is the best actor on the show. He would have knocked this out of the park. What did we gain by seeing this full-on except more horrendous images we can’t erase?

The following list describes the parts would have been horrendous if it wasn’t for the fact that they made no sense whatsoever


Jamie hallucinating it was Clare. Why on earth would he ever do that? Do torture victims sometimes hallucinate that their spouses are doing it instead of their abuser? Are we supposed to assume that Randall drugged him? This is so random that it lost all its power. 


Randall liking that Jamie thought it was Claire and using it. Randall wants to break Jamie by using his love for Claire against him, not use it to get laid. He would be angry that Jamie thought he was screwing Claire. He wants Jamie to know that he, BJR, is arousing him and comparing it with Claire just to torture him. Randall didn’t want to see Jamie enjoy it. That’s not what a sadist does.


Jamie confusing anal penetration with sex with Claire. Since when does anal penetration feel anything like sex with a woman? I don’t remember Claire messing around with his anus. And even so, there is no way to confuse the two sensations no matter how delirious you are.


Jamie being aroused by anal rape. Excuse me. This is not even PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE. Anal sex hurts at first. Even between consenting adults who are doing it for … well, an attempt at pleasure. We just saw the violent anal rape of a virgin. They showed the table shaking and how terribly painful it was. Jamie’s anus was brutalized and bleeding. Any kind of penetration after that would be very painful – lube or no lube. 


There is NO WAY a man recovering from an anal rape that brutal - especially when he was a virgin in that respect – would feel pleasure – even if he was masturbating. That pain of the penetration would take him right out of it. And to add stoopid to stupid, he tells Claire that he responded because it felt so good to not be in pain. This is when the show officially jumped the shark.

 
Yes, men sexually abused are often aroused by forced genital stimulation by hand or by mouth. Blood rushes to an area full of nerve endings and the response is purely physical. There is no shame in it; it happens to women too. Nerve endings are nerve endings and the body is built to respond in some way when that area is stimulated; it can’t be helped. 


Oral or manual stimulation is the only believable way for Jamie to have felt pure pleasure from what he could possibly think of as his wife (even though that angle makes no sense as I described above). To make matters worse, they showed him not responding to forced genital stimulation earlier. Are they trying to make him seem bisexual? WTF?!


And don’t give me delirious, nobody is that delirious without a hallucinogen or a roofie.


[NOTE: While working on this blog, I have since learned that some people actually found this arousing. Not perverts; regular fans who post normally cogent responses. I am shocked. However, it pointed out to me just how badly they handled this scene and just how important it was to get it right. They confused when they should have clarified. ]

Jamie’s Attempted Suicide

Jamie would never attempt to kill himself. He says so more than once that it’s a mortal sin and BJR “damned him in life and would not do so in Heaven.” Jamie wastes away and wants to die, but he would not take action to kill himself. 

Healing In No Time

I’ve already mentioned that they didn’t give enough time for healing and the horror of Claire’s emotional blackmail and abuse. The worst part of it was that it worked – instantly. Jamie suddenly snaps out of it. A slap fight and some emotional blackmail and he’s healed. Just like that. Wow.

If only I had had counselors bitch-slap and threaten me, I would have gotten over my own abuse so much faster! Ron should write a book and go on Oprah Super Soul Sunday! 

The Ever So Funny Sexual Assault

Angus sexually assaulting Claire when saying goodbye while everyone stands around and laughs.
http://outlanderitaly.tumblr.com/post/120282986556/may-i-kiss-ye-farewell

Was that supposed to be funny? Stop trying to be funny. You suck at it. In such a dark episode about sexual abuse, they have Angus sexually violate Claire and it’s all supposed to be in good fun? 


Make a joke about literally ANYTHING ELSE! You tone-deaf asshats!


Could their judgement be any worse? Well, these are the people who thought it was OK to have Jamie grab the boob of a teenage girl in the same episode where he beats his wife, so I shouldn’t be surprised.


Here’s a tip: Stop pretending this is a feminist show. You have no idea what it means.

Making It An Ensemble

The biggest mistake of the whole season but especially this episode. Trying to make what belongs only to Jamie and Claire a group effort. It is not. And it steals even more time just to give the McKenzies something to do.


Even worse, all that flashing back and forth between characters makes Jamie a non-entity and shows tremendous disrespect to the survivor in the other room. Instead of Jamie’s dark night of the soul, we see all the people who supposedly love him complaining about why he won’t heal fast enough. Wow!


And there seems to be a never-ending stream of people lecturing Jamie that he’s wrong to feel what he feels and what he should be doing to get better for other people’s sake. They all seem to have gone to the Claire school of healing: berate the victim till he snaps out of it.


This material is so far beyond the ken of Mr. Moore and Mr. Behr that it’s stunning.

The “Happy” Ending

What was that – 3 minutes? They talk about Culloden on the boat. Culloden!! I heard Ron say in an interview that the healing was done and it was time to move on. No Ron, you just don’t care. Otherwise, you would know the job wasn’t even close to being done and it’s not the time to talk politics.


Jamie and Claire are obviously still fractured and disjointed on the boat. They have no ease with each other. Claire is so unsure of them and him that she’s terrified to tell him she’s pregnant. 

  • In the book, this is joyful and loving and a rebirth for the two of them.
  • In the show, it’s a fragmented, fearful mess.

Another OPPOSITE for your list if you’re keeping score.

The Final Judgement

What it comes down to is this:

  • Do the bright spots overcome the egregious errors?
  • Does Sam Heughan working his magic make up for what they’ve done (and will continue to do) to Jamie’s character?
  • Do those pangs I have when they come close make it worth all the rest?

NO.

All season, there were only two difficult scenes they did right: the wedding and the beating. In fact, they improved on the book in both. For me, two is not enough. When it comes to what really matters – the stones, Lallybroch, Wentworth, and the abbey – their judgement is just too bad to trust. And I can’t whistle past it and pretend it’s okay.

I gave them 16 hours to prove themselves and what they proved is they don’t deserve the benefit of the doubt.

I have read reviews hoping next season will be better regarding Jamie and Claire. It won’t be. Ron has already said there will be more Frank in Season 2 just because he likes having Tobias on the show. When I’m right, I’m right. 


Diana Gabaldon may trust them with the story, I don’t and I’m done.

Just finished watching She was Pretty and Sassy Go Go, and i’ve literally devoted the past month watching them, and investing all my FEELINGS into them. WHAT DO I DO NOW!!! 

She was pretty is basically has a  “metamorphosis” character, whose pretty unappealing and insecure in the beginning of the story. The storyline is based off her relationship with a childhood friend who moved away, and he comes back (looking hot af) looking for her in the present when theyre like in their late twenties. 

On the real tough, this drama literally blows away all your beginning judgements and expectations of the storyline. You think this character does this, and they do something totally different. Its a storyline that’s really refreshing and interesting. Big plus, Choi Siwon (from Super Junior) is in the drama and he plays a pretty important character and HE IS SO SEXY in the drama (for my followers who love men with scruff) Also, they do give a lot of fan services for the OTP (which is a big PLUS) 

Sassy Go Go is a high school drama that has the whole typical two sided rivalry between the smart kids and dumb kids. They really go into each of the (MAIN) characters lives and execute a rivalry between peers and best friends pretty well. Its also really refreshing and does not entirely focus on love but more of the relationship and development of all the characters throughout the series. Its only 12 episodes but its really good, and Kim Yeol is a pretty great main male character (Hes honestly too OP).

Sorry if this is totally unrelated to my blog but it’s so good and it’d be a shame if my other kdrama lovers who follow me don’t experience the GREATNESS of these two dramas and i hope those who end up watching it enjoy it just as much as i did, and i’m definitely putting those two on my favs list! 

*Side note: I know some people didn’t enjoy She Was Pretty because of how much injustice Siwon’s character had, but some people have to understand he was purposefully a side character for a reason.