“And at last I see the light. And it’s like the fog has lifted. And at last I see the light. And it’s like the sky is new. And it’s warm and real and bright. And the world has somehow shifted. All at once everything looks different, now that I see you.”
What qualifies someone as a hero? Obviously, a hero has to be someone we respect. A person we look up to. A person who is generous of spirit, is willing to grow and learn…Maybe it’s the person you love most in the world. Or the guy who makes the most out of life, no matter what anyone thinks. For me, though, the hero in my family is my family. Because of who we are together.
Zachary Levi Nathan Fillion Adam Baldwin Kissing For Charity NerdHQ ComicCon 2012 [x]
Who’s Katniss Thinking About?
These are the five characters mentioned the most times by Katniss in the trilogy:
Gale: 650 (includes “Soldier Hawthorne”)
Finnick: 467 (includes “Odair” without “Finnick”)
Prim: 346 (includes “Primrose” and “sister” when referring to her)
Do I need to mail this to Lionsgate?
If you’re having a bad day, just remember that the Raptor sounds from Jurassic Park were actually a recording of turtles having sex
→ A child no more…
Can we discuss the fact that the doll is all that she has left from her father, she can’t mourn him or speak about her memories of him. And now the last thing she had left of him, his name, her Stark name is taken from her, by Lannisters again. Only this doll remains.
Best sister ever
This is why ths is one of the best Disney movies ever. It shows a close sister relationship that goes though all the ups and downs. Nani and Lilo both have their own personalities but they have a bond that can never break. Many companies, including Disney, for the most part show the brother/brother or brother/sister relationship. I love that this movie shows that two girl siblings have just as strong a bond as any.
here’s to the ladies who get pushed aside, who aren’t wielding swords and words and even femininity like weapons of war, who are rarely the protagonists and even more rarely the antagonists and even more rarely noticed at all. here’s to the girls that fandom prefers to ignore, who aren’t celebrated like their equally excellent peers but sit on the sidelines, who can also be selfish or petty or mean but also kind and quiet and understanding. here’s to the girls who believe in fairy tales and freedom and watching from the sidelines, who endure abuse and worse as patriarchal narratives see them as plot instead of characters, foils instead of people. here’s to the ladies who are called “whiny” and “passive” and “boring” for watching the story play out and getting swept up in it because they don’t have the ability or even the drive to be the ones calling the shots. here’s to the rival love interests, to the observant children, to the women killed off before they have a chance to shine. here’s to the ones reviled for loving someone they shouldn’t or sacrificing more than they should. here’s to the ladies out there who are never called special or stanned or remembered by more than a few.
here’s to the ladies who are rarely your favorites but who have stories- all rich, most untold- all the same.