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the Power Rangers movie, my guys.

Look, ok. It is hilarious character-driven action-packed fun times. all things I and most long time PR fans are 100% here for.

All in all, I adore my sons, 

Zack [“My mom’s the BEST”] Taylor,

Billy [actual heart and soul of the film] Cranston and 

Jason [will literally bitch slap idiots who mess with his team] Lee Scott,

 just as much as I full on love my daughters 

Kimberley [reformed queen bitch and baddest fucking ass] Hart and 

Trini [jumps an actual fuckin chasm to avoid the chit chat (tbh same)] Kwan/Gomez/what-is-her-surname-here-I-do-not-know.

seriously, go watch this film. I just know it’s gonna be underrated as hell, and I cannot watch it fail in the box office because the critics have never watched a single Power Rangers episode in their lives.

Vet Tales, a-woo-oo...?

So Netflix added the 2015 Stanford Prison Experiment movie and hubby and I decided to watch it. The whole time we were turning to each other and saying “Ok but that’s what we do in basic” and “wtf how is this like basic”

Including

-regularly going by SSN/forgetting given name because we’ve adopted our surname

-punished for the sake of punishment

-emasculation upon entry and repeated emasculation throughout, notably emasculation via homophobic/transphobic assertions (now that sexism will garner an EO complaint)

-removal of identifying features aka hair and clothing

singling out deemed “troublemakers” and foster isolation between them and group

-repetition of tasks done competently just to fuck with you (there’s a scene in the movie where a character is forced to make his bed twelve times so that it is perfect while the beds next to him are BLATANTLY more fucked up than his. I felt like I was actually in basic again especially when the other prisoners tried to rush to help him to avoid punishment)

-tricky circular logic to make you wrong and them right

-mass punishment blamed on an individual to stimulate aggression at companions rather than authority

-purposeful sleep deprivation for authority amusement/displays of power

-promises they can’t hit you but does just about everything but that to make you jump, flinch, startle, or make you feel like you MIGHT get hit

-manipulation of past events by telling it their way and asserting you’re the one who’s wrong

-miserable food while assuring you it’s nutritious

-forbidding or discouraging socializing

-discouraging you from seeking higher authority or a doctor

-making you look pretty and proud for your loved ones when it counts

-assertion that there’s nothing wrong with your current situation. You’re just weak.

So like not to be morbid or anything but if you’re interested, the 2015 Stanford Prison Experiment by Kyle Patrick Alvarez is like too real for me tbh Literally me and hubby were blown away at how many times we saw common basic training practices in the movie like no joke - K

Edit: sorry for all that formatting trouble whew tumblr mobile amirite

Do you think Vader ever suspected that Leia was his daughter from the start? After all, what else is he supposed to think when this girl shows up who has great hair like her mother, as much snark as her father and just so happens to be the same age that Vader’s kid would be if Padmé had lived long enough to give birth?

Then Luke shows up, with Vader’s old surname and Padmé’s optimism and bravery, and he’s just so confused, because this means that Leia can’t be his daughter, until he realises- oh yeah, they could both be his kids. Padmé could’ve had twins.

Why I’m not worried about Finn’s arc

Admit it LF. You’re trapped. You HAVE to treat Finn right. You literally don’t have a choice.

You want to keep the Skywalker name alive for episodes X-XII? Guess who Rey’d be perfect with? The brave, strong, noble and capable (co-leading) Resistance fighter who tragically lacks a surname, and who Rey also adores. 

And if you don’t want Finn and Rey to be together, then guess what? That means you get to give Finn a last name and explore his tragic heritage/backstory via new movies or Expanded Universe comics/books! 

So you see, LF, I’m not worried about Finn’s future. I’m sure you guys know what you’re doing. I can’t wait to see how Finn and Rey both play equally dynamic roles in defeating the Dark Side/First Order in TLJ and IX!

Mulan is not a princess,  Mulan is Disney Princess.

I had promised myself to never take part to this never-ending argument but apparently I’m going to break that promise. 

So, frankly Mulan is NOT a princess. 

- She doesn’t marry a prince, Shang is son of a general and he becomes one too

- Her family isn’t royalty, she’s not daughter of the emperor

That’s simple, Mulan does not have title or situation of princess in her society.

BUT the confusing fact for the great amount of people, Mulan IS part of Disney Princess franchise. Try to get it, Mulan is not a princess but she is Disney Princess. 

Now, forget for a moment that there’s the word “princess” and think some of the rules to be in that group. 

- Main character or one of the main characters

- Sings

- Human

- Good role model

- Successful movie

I said some rules because I’m quite sure there was few more which I don’t remember right now. Mulan fits all these but so do Esmeralda from Hunchback of the Notre Dame and Megara from Hercules. Now some could argue that Megara isn’t so good role model and Esmeralda’s movie is too dark for little kids, I don’t agree with those but that’s not the point.

But here’s few reasons why I think Mulan is included in Disney Princess lineup. 

- Hands down she’s amazing role model and inspiration

- The whole lineup exist practically just to make money, and Mulan brings diversity

- One of the historical inaccuracies in the movie but the emperor actually bowed to her. The whole China bowed to her. Any idea how much respect she gets there? The emperor himself bowed. to. her. I think that’s a lot of more respect that any princess would get. She also gets emperor’s crest for the whole saving china business and that respect can easily allow her the title honorary princess.

- Even tough she doesn’t marry a prince she does kinda marry into royalty, Shang and his father seemed to be in quite high position and during Tang dynasty(which is the dynasty Disney’s movie is most closely based on) surname Li was a royal name.

The arguments why Mulan shouldn’t be princess seem to be that either people simply don’t want her in the lineup because she’s not real princess or that they think that it’s insulting to Mulan who saved whole China to be simply called princess. So mainly I however suppose that people do love her and therefore I can’t understand what you think to achieve by removing her from the line up? In my opinion there’s many strong female characters beside Mulan in the lineup and even so her being part of the lineup shouldn’t be something that would make her weak. Mulan has both boyish and girly side, and the last time I checked being girly wasn’t negative trait.

 I adore Mulan, and I love collect all possible stuff about her. But sadly I, like many other people too, live completely back water where Disney stores haven’t been even heard of. And ordering online is expensive. 

So almost everything Mulan related I have is through Disney Princesses, a great deal of all Mulan merchandise is related to Disney Princesses, and even though Disney pretty much ignores Mulan and Pocahontas as princesses they still at least got something, sometimes. That’s more than nothing, that’s more than those sadly underrated Disney heroines get who are practically forgotten. To be honest I can’t see the problem Mulan being Disney Princess other than the confuse of her title being honorary princess. Of course her character gets mistreated sometimes as Disney is determined to bury princesses in glitter but if you pay attention so does other characters in the lineup too. I don’t know about you guys but for some decent merchandise I’m willing to tolerate some pink glitter poofyness, and I have no idea if that’s actually a word :P

I would love to see all those forgotten heroines to get the attention they deserve, see Esmeralda and Jane back to the lineup like they used to be. But I have no power on deciding that subject, like really none of us outside the Disney company does. 

Anyway here’s my point shortly, whenever you like it or not Mulan is and will be part of Disney Princess franchise and there’s nothing you can do about it. Exept continue whining about it and make major posting how Mulan didn’t marry prince or born to royalty blah blah which have been seen million times before and then feel “oh man I’m so smart” which will do nothing but either amuse or annoy me depending on my day.

And in the end a quote from every Disney Princess magazine cover I have: Everyone can be a princess. 

Khadgar from the movie had parents, brothers and sisters. But he was taken to Dalaran when he was six years old. He was trained to become the next Guardian. I think everyone remembers what happened next and it makes no sense to retell the plot of the movie.

Khadgar from the game has no parents or siblings. His surname is unknown. But mages usually don’t use a surname.  His name means “trust” in Dwarven. He was trained in Dalaran as an ordinary student. At the young age of 17, Khadgar was sent by the Kirin Tor to apprentice under the wizard Medivh in his tower Karazhan. At first, Khadgar believed Medivh to be nothing more than he appeared to be - a kindly and slightly eccentric mage. But then he discovered that Medivh had been possessed by the Evil One, Sargeras - and that he had opened the Dark Portal. Khadgar was forced to slay Medivh. During the battle, Khadgar was struck by a terrible spell and aged. 

Well guys, after seeing The Interview last night, I think its time to hang the North Korean flag back up on its mantle, cause that was some of the racist, degenerate shit I have seen in a LONG time. Here’s the plot:

Basically, the two main characters go to North Korea to assassinate Kim Jong Un. Bear in mind all of the Korean characters have extremely orientalist stereotypical accents and talk-a-like-a-this the entire movie. So, one of the two protagonists meets Kim Jong Un and is convinced by him that what is said about his country is lies, (the starvation, the concentration camps, etc things that actually are lies), they start bonding and one of the two main characters decides he’s not going to kill Kim Jong Un. Then, when he leaves Kim Jong Un, he goes to a local supermarket in Pyongyang and goes to get food he finds out that all of the food in the supermarket is plastic and is only there for tourists to see, and then he realizes how evil North Korea is, and he pledges to embarrass Kim Jong Un on international TV so that his people will realize that he is not actually a god or a deity. Kim Jong Un is interviewed by the main character, and is asked “why don’t you feed your people”, and then he starts spewing a bunch of bullshit statistics like “the UN gave you 200 million in food aid and you spent 800 million nukes this year, KIM!” (that’s actually not true btw the UN imposes food sanctions on the DPRK they don’t give them food aid). After Kim Jong Un is interviewed, he breaks down and starts crying and then because all of the dprk is watching of course, THE NORTH KOREAN PEOPLE REALIZE HE’S NOT ACTUALLY A GOD!!!! GOD’S DON’T CRY!!!! Wow! Amazing. And then the whole country realizes that Kim Jong Un is a totalitarian dictator and not a deity and rises up in “democratic” revolution.

On top of that, the entire movie is drenched in misogyny and jokes about boners and sex. Like when Kim Jong Un hangs out with the main character he brings them to his palace and has a bunch of hookers have sex with him. Oh and there’s also this ultra dramatic scene where Kim Jong Un is talking about why he is a totalitarian dictator, basically because his dad never loved him and he has to blow up the entire world to compensate. Oh and something else, they keep referring to the main character as “Kim”. Another reason why the movie is racist and stupid as fuck, in Korean your surname comes first in the language, addressing someone as “Kim” would be like addressing me as “Merriam”. What a bunch of dumbfucks. You better thank your sorry ass’s North Korea saved you from such a horrible film.

7 things you didn’t know about Marc Andre ter Stegen

Christamas miracle

In 2012 ter Stegen’s beloved pooch Bali who escaped over Christmas. The Puggle puppy was eventually found after being hit by a car, but before Marc-Andre and his girlfriend could get to the scene the shocked dog escaped once again. After hours of searching, the worried goalie took to his Facebook page in a last-ditch attempt to recover information about the dog – publishing a photo and some details of her last known location. It was a stab in the dark, but with the help from his 65,000-strong Facebook army Bali was located – and after being handed over to the fire department, then he was recovering at home with no serious injuries. Ter Stegen was understandably delighted at the Christmas miracle, and took to Facebook to thank those who helped track the pet down. ‘I am amazed and speechless, as many have helped. For us, it’s the perfect Christmas fairytale. I wish you a Merry Christmas. Many, many thanks"

Early start

He started to play football in Football Academy at the age of 4. When asked about his early days playing the game, he replied that “I used to be a striker, but one day our goalkeeper got injured. So I took his place in goal and found I liked it. I really enjoyed throwing myself to the ground!”

Habit

And does he have any peculiar habits? “Well, I always wear new gloves for every game. Then I use the same ones in training until the next match.”

Life in alternative universe

Marc Andre ter Stegen was as well asked about what would he do if he wasn’t a football and he replied :“I love to be in the kitchen and prepare food.Another really interesting job is physiotherapist.Maybe one of those two.”

Favourite movie

“I really like movies with Will Smith. One of the best in my opinion is “Pursuit of happiness”

Surname

His surname, ter Stegen, is not a common one in Germany, and owes its origin to his Dutch ancestry.

Other sports

“I like to go for a run and I’m always trying new things.I’ve had some yoga and pilates sessions recently and it’s cool.

anonymous asked:

Andy, please!

  • Full Name: Andy Kyu (adopted  Mimi’s surname)
  • Gender/Sexuality: Male (leaning to demiboy but doesn’t fully realize this atm), Asexual……he is a child who is not allowed to date ok
  • Pronouns: He/him
  • Ethnicity/Species: Inuit+Mongol (as a gijinka)/Galvantula
  • Birthplace and Birthdate: Chargestone Cave,  July 9
  • Guilty Pleasures (gijinka): He likes to prank on Zach when he is napping by zapping him awake
  • Phobias: Being abandoned by his family 
  • What They Would Be Famous For: His uguu
  • What They Would Get Arrested For: DO NOT ARREST HIM!!! HE DID NOTHING WRONG!!!!
  • OC You Ship Them With: No one
  • OC Most Likely To Murder Them: DO NOT MURDER HIM!!!!
  • Favorite Movie/Book Genre (gijinka): Disney!!!
  • Least Favorite Movie/Book Cliche (gijinka): He does not like stories/movies with scary monsters and killing
  • Talents and/or Powers: Electricity manipulation
  • Why Someone Might Love Them: It’s Andy. He is adorable and a bab
  • Why Someone Might Hate Them: KILL THE HATERS
  • How They Change: …. :)
  • Why You Love Them: Joltik became an instant fav in my nuzlocke and by that association, Andy is the best Joltik-turned-Galvantula. No one can convince me otherwise