sherlockwho13

samandrielscrown:

nicoleannwinchester:

anycsifan:

found-liquorstore-and-drank-itt:

i-think-i-m-adorable:

i-think-i-m-adorable:

Heard you were talking shit about Supernatural

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Heard you were talking shit about Sam Winchester

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heard you were talking shit about cas

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Heard you were talking shit about John Winchester

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Heard you were talking shit about Dean Winchester

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heard you were talking shit about metatron

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sherlockwho13
cyrilthewolf:

sssammich:

upsettingshorts:

lohelim:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

upsettingshorts:

maryfoundnemo:

I’m officially naming this award season “the year stars stopped giving a fuck”

Far be it for me to dispute Cate Blanchett, or the larger point she’s making, but the guys are all wearing the same thing.  If the camera were to do that to the guys, it’d just be black pants over… and over…. and over…

I agree. In this particular case, it’s apples and oranges. Tuxes versus gowns. Photocopies versus unique work. Perhaps their real foul was not running the shot by her before hand.

I would like to point out, though, the salacious nature of the slow pan up a woman’s body. In this particular case, detail isn’t usually put on the hem of a dress (because no one wants to see hand beading or embroidery get dirty or ripped out by an errant stiletto), and a full-body shot would be better to showcase the drape and design of these beautiful gowns like in the fashion plate glossies. Starting at the bottom and slowly panning up dehumanizes women because you don’t see their faces until you’ve seen the rest of their bodies. Their identities don’t matter.

That’s a really good point, thank you.

#I’ve never seen such a calm exchange on tumblr

Is 2014 the year of people calming the hell down on Tumblr????

*Heavenly chorus in background*

cyrilthewolf:

sssammich:

upsettingshorts:

lohelim:

calyps-iswearimakemods:

upsettingshorts:

maryfoundnemo:

I’m officially naming this award season “the year stars stopped giving a fuck”

Far be it for me to dispute Cate Blanchett, or the larger point she’s making, but the guys are all wearing the same thing.  If the camera were to do that to the guys, it’d just be black pants over… and over…. and over…

I agree. In this particular case, it’s apples and oranges. Tuxes versus gowns. Photocopies versus unique work. Perhaps their real foul was not running the shot by her before hand.

I would like to point out, though, the salacious nature of the slow pan up a woman’s body. In this particular case, detail isn’t usually put on the hem of a dress (because no one wants to see hand beading or embroidery get dirty or ripped out by an errant stiletto), and a full-body shot would be better to showcase the drape and design of these beautiful gowns like in the fashion plate glossies. Starting at the bottom and slowly panning up dehumanizes women because you don’t see their faces until you’ve seen the rest of their bodies. Their identities don’t matter.

That’s a really good point, thank you.

#I’ve never seen such a calm exchange on tumblr

Is 2014 the year of people calming the hell down on Tumblr????

*Heavenly chorus in background*

sherlockwho13
thedisneydork:

theicegoddesselsa:

HEY FANDOM LISTEN UP. A lot of people have been hating on the trolls because they “kidnapped” Kristoff. First off here’s some background. In mythology trolls are known to kidnap children at young ages. Also the trolls in Frozen have powers that can alter memories. This makes it very understandable as to why we all assumed he was kidnapped, hell I even thought that at first. HOWEVER one of the directors of Frozen, Jennifer Lee, confirmed that Kristoff was an orphan when the trolls took him and Sven in. Jennifer has been getting a lot of questions about Frozen through twitter and she has responded to several of them. One person asked "was Kristoff an orphan when he was taken in by the trolls?" Jennifer responded "Yes he was." So PLEASE stop saying that the trolls kidnapped him because the director of the movie just said he was not kidnapped. Thank you! (Here is the link to that twitter conversation)

Kristoff said in the film that the trolls took him and Sven in!!!

thedisneydork:

theicegoddesselsa:

HEY FANDOM LISTEN UP. A lot of people have been hating on the trolls because they “kidnapped” Kristoff. First off here’s some background. In mythology trolls are known to kidnap children at young ages. Also the trolls in Frozen have powers that can alter memories. This makes it very understandable as to why we all assumed he was kidnapped, hell I even thought that at first. HOWEVER one of the directors of Frozen, Jennifer Lee, confirmed that Kristoff was an orphan when the trolls took him and Sven in. Jennifer has been getting a lot of questions about Frozen through twitter and she has responded to several of them. One person asked "was Kristoff an orphan when he was taken in by the trolls?" Jennifer responded "Yes he was." So PLEASE stop saying that the trolls kidnapped him because the director of the movie just said he was not kidnapped. Thank you! (Here is the link to that twitter conversation)

Kristoff said in the film that the trolls took him and Sven in!!!

sherlockwho13
noise-wave:

Studio Ghibli just announced its first ever TV series, and even more exciting it’s an adaptation of a book by Astrid Lindgren. “Sanzoku no Musume Ronja”, or “Ronja the Robber’s Daughter”, will be aired in Japan starting on August 31. It is a coproduction with 3DCG studio Polygon Pictures (known for animating some of Ghost in the Shell, among others), to be directed by Goro Miyazaki. More details are forthcoming.
The story is of a little girl named Ronja, the daughter of a colourful robber chieftain who lives in a castle high on a rock in a dark pine forest. She gets to know the creatures of the forest, meets another kid like herself, and questions her father’s life of robbery.
It will be interesting to see the new route Studio Ghibli takes now that it is making TV animes.
Source: Studio Ghlibi (Facebook)
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this. is. amazing.

noise-wave:

Studio Ghibli just announced its first ever TV series, and even more exciting it’s an adaptation of a book by Astrid Lindgren. “Sanzoku no Musume Ronja”, or “Ronja the Robber’s Daughter”, will be aired in Japan starting on August 31. It is a coproduction with 3DCG studio Polygon Pictures (known for animating some of Ghost in the Shell, among others), to be directed by Goro Miyazaki. More details are forthcoming.

The story is of a little girl named Ronja, the daughter of a colourful robber chieftain who lives in a castle high on a rock in a dark pine forest. She gets to know the creatures of the forest, meets another kid like herself, and questions her father’s life of robbery.

It will be interesting to see the new route Studio Ghibli takes now that it is making TV animes.

Source: Studio Ghlibi (Facebook)

(vía NHKアニメワールド 山賊の娘ローニャ)

this. is. amazing.