less of natasha being an emotionally cold, super scary spy and more about her being a secret troll and epic dork please
that "shall we play a game?" reference, and awkwardly trying to explain her own joke
she uses emoticons to text steve about OFFICIAL SRS BUSINES…
derp facesfacial expressions
the third picture melted my heart
"I remember when we were in the recovery room, and the nurse came in. Her name was Mabel…"
So, I finally managed to read Bucky’s biography as presented at the Captain America Smithsonian exhibit.
And yes, the “Captured by Hydra, Barnes endured long periods of isolation, depravation and torture" part certainly got to me, but what really caught my interest was: "An excellent athlete who also excelled in the classroom”.
Bucky wasn’t all looks and brawn, he was also a good student. He basically had it all, was probably the most popular guy at school, and still chose small sickly Steve Rogers as his best friend.
Simultaneously the worst and best movie ever made
Actually one of my teachers watched every single version of Romeo and Juliet with the original text in front of him to prove that this was the worst version, but to his great dismay its the most accurate film adaptation of it, with the lines closest to the original text and most similar stage direction and relayed emotions.
He proceeded to show it to us in class.
Dude, seriously. This version is actually very accurate.
My Shakespeare professor in grad school said the same thing.
I think most Shakespeare movies are just so classy and highbrow with their gorgeous period costumes and mandatory snooty elocutionary accents that people forget how goofy this play actually is. The lines, the characters, the motivations, the babyfaced teen stars, I just… oh my god it’s all so real. I’ve heard a lot of people blast Baz Luhrmann for making such a campy adaptation and it’s just like no, you don’t understand, that was all Shakespeare.
Sometimes I wonder if the real reason it’s disliked is because it was so damn popular with teenage girls.
why are high school students in movies always 30 years old
Sebastian Stan | By: Nigel Parry