I suck at texting unless
- I am in a relationship with you
- You are my mom
- I need something
- Me and you are close as fuck
when someone tries to explain how to do something and all you hear is
I love that at first she thinks it’s misogynistic, and isn’t afraid to call him on it, but then we see him do what we almost never see a male superhero do : He admits he’s scared.
He’s not trying to belittle her, he’s not trying to tell her or even the kids that they’re not strong,
He’s trying to protect what he loves most because he’s terrified of losing them. The big, giant robot ripping apart BUILDINGS doesn’t scare him at all compared to losing what he loves.
I love this movie for so many reasons, but this scene is one of the bigger ones. A hero movie where the males are allowed to be emotional without appearing weak? A hero movie where females are allowed to be strong without being callous or woefully 2D? A hero movie where children are allowed to explore their potential instead of being shitty sidekicks?
That’s called ‘husbands, wives, and parents done right’ people.
And the female superheroes had costumes(/amor) as equal and strong as their male counterparts. None of that exposed skin bullshit. Nothing wrong with exposed skin, dont get me wrong, but its a major handicap when taking down villains.
Remind me again why they gave Cars a sequel and a spinoff but not this???
"Who, from the cast, for you think would be the most deadly in the Hunger Games?"
Isn’t it weird that in 20 years you are going to be a completely different person then you are right now. A different house, different friends hopefully faster wifi.
speaking of art history
this is Undine by Chauncey Bradley Ives. she’s at the Smithsonian.
and this is her from the back
that is marble, y’all.
carved so thin you can SEE THE LIGHT THROUGH IT.
fucking art, y’all.
the realism of thin fabric folding and draping over a freaking perfectly sculpted body is killing me