|via: crackedchassis / source: xjoinxthexclubx||16 hours ago with 285 notes|
Ivan Vasiliev and Natalia Osipova in rehearsal for Don Quixote.
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|via: lurea / source: freckledbuttchester||1 day ago with 2,658 notes|
It’s not like I don’t like exciting battle sequences. It’s just that in those movies, most of the scenes feature random people falling victim to what happens.
That’s not even a problem, either. If those events were real, that kind of stuff would happen. It would be crazy to pretend they wouldn’t.
But the people watching the movie don’t ever spare a second thought for all of those anonymous extras who die. Instead, they are extremely affected by the deaths of the main characters.
To me, the main character dying and the poor people who die on the side of the road are the same. They’re all people who are living and thinking in a fictional world. There shouldn’t be any difference between them. But as long as the hero survives and laughs with the girl, it’s a happy ending. And if the hero dies, it’s a sad ending.
I don’t understand how that works.
To me, if anyone, any single person in the movie, dies, it’s a sad ending. The only difference between those sad endings is if the fictional hero ends the movie feeling pain for the fictional masses who die. But that hardly ever happens.
Why do the hero-style main characters always end the movie smiling and laughing? Why does the audience think it’s a happy ending?" - Yosuke Kirie (Bokurano, Mohiro Kitoh)
|via: warpfactornope / source: emiliers||2 days ago with 165 notes|
“Holy water cannot help you now”
+ In Judeo-Christian traditions, Abaddon is known both as a “place of destruction” and a personified entity of destruction.
+ In Revelation, Abaddon is the king of the abyss or bottomless pit who commands an army of locusts. A storm of smoke arises, and from the smoke, a plague of locusts emerge to torment, but not kill.
+ His name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in the Greek he has the name Apollyon. (“the Destroyer”) A parrallel to the Greek God Apollo who causes a nine-day deadly plague to infect the Achaean army and cattle. [x]
Now if Supernatural was to follow any of the scripture for Abaddon, she would be a fitting character to overthrow Crowley and release the Croatoan Virus.
|via: octopifer /||2 days ago with 1,290 notes|
i want the first scene of season 9 to be some sleazy creep trying to pick up this girl and he wraps his greasy arm around her and goes “so… did it hurt when you fell from heaven?” and she yanks out her angel blade and ganks him and as his mutilated corpse falls to the ground she mutters “i hate this planet”
|via: clothessharing / source: tardis-in-purgatory||3 days ago with 16,154 notes|
- Jody Mills is not dead we didn’t see her die
- Linda Tran is not dead I don’t care shhh we never saw her dead on screen Crowley’s word don’t mean shit
- Abaddon is not dead she is gonna get herself a smoking new vessel and then come back and rain hell/reign hell
- Naomi is not dead okay no shh listen angels do not die when you stab them in the head shut up she was incapacitated she’s not dead don’t speak to me
|via: whatladybird /||5 days ago with 3,447 notes|
it’s a bird
it’s a plane
the entire fucking population of heaven
|via: divachester / source: candidcatharsis||5 days ago with 23,885 notes|