coelasquid:

I dare you to be in a bad mood after watching this.

spacefeels:

(full size image)
suddenly— mentorfeels
Anderson and Hackett. I love them so muuhuuhuuch
I just now realized that Chakwas should be in there too :/ oh well
ME3 became my justification to put lens flare on everything. I’m not sorry
I swear JJ Abrams had a hand in at least ME3 cuz oh man the lens flare in that are out of control

spacefeels:

(full size image)

suddenly— mentorfeels

Anderson and Hackett. I love them so muuhuuhuuch

I just now realized that Chakwas should be in there too :/ oh well

ME3 became my justification to put lens flare on everything. I’m not sorry

I swear JJ Abrams had a hand in at least ME3 cuz oh man the lens flare in that are out of control

johnlockshipsdestiel:

officialprincewilliam:

officialprincewilliam:

can a dinosaur even get more fuckin rad?

image

you bet jurassican

i am so impressed by that dinosaur and that pun congratulations

ruffiticus:

im baby michael jones oh no

ruffiticus:

im baby michael jones oh no

meltingpenguins:

penandapincushion:

i could rant without end how I can’t understand some of the BS hollywood as whole is pulling, especially when it comes to adaptations and remakes.

Yeah, and we seem to have gotten a lot bolder about whitewashing in recent years. Or some people are getting better at calling it out at any rate. 

It’s baffling, really. Especially the people who will defend it to the death. 

what always irked me are remakes of life-action movies to have them take place in america and then throw in alibi-characters. as in, in the original character X was white. in the remake, they are black, but they have all their achievements and skills and stuff taken away, which have been given to a complete new white character.

likewise, the movies in which you do start out somewhere that’s not the US, actually have a good cast (as in, you actually have chinese people playing chinese people, or something similar), the story seems good and intrigueing, but then BAM: cut, and all of a suddenly you’re in modern day new york, and whiteyMcwhiteperson is the central hero, because he’s the reincarnation of original poc-hero or something along the lines.

why? why the hell do they do that? so often?!

To pander to the White Audience, of course! (/sarcastic enthusiasm)

The bait-and-switch ones, similar to that last example you gave, are pretty spectacular as well. My first thought is the recent 47 Ronin movie, in which the majority of the cast is made up of Japanese actors, as the movie is based on a Japanese story and takes place in Japan. And the leading man is… Keanu Reeves. 

It’s infuriating, but what’s worse is that studios can constantly get away with this.

i could rant without end how I can’t understand some of the BS hollywood as whole is pulling, especially when it comes to adaptations and remakes.

Yeah, and we seem to have gotten a lot bolder about whitewashing in recent years. Or some people are getting better at calling it out at any rate. 

It’s baffling, really. Especially the people who will defend it to the death. 

well, i saw a post about how in the source material all 5 human leads are asian, whereas in the adaptation they made two white and one black.

I think I’ve seen that one as well. 

In which case Disney is (again. surprise) pulling some major BS. 

penandapincushion:

by the by guys if you want me to tag those posts more regularly regarding disney’s nonsense when it comes to designing 3D characters drop me an ask and i’ll work out a proper tag for it

official tag is gonna be “disney crit” 

let me know if that isn’t gonna work

starshine-robotics:

roryartsatyou:

hot power couple— cough my Charlie and starshine-robotics's Sidonius

AAAAAAAAAAAA

starshine-robotics:

roryartsatyou:

hot power couple— cough my Charlie and starshine-robotics's Sidonius

AAAAAAAAAAAA