DC vs. Marvel (via)
YES. FUCKING YES.
ALL THE YES
This is the reason I’m not too keen on DC, and why I adore Marvel, perfectly summed up and I didn’t even realize it until I read it.
Only I disagree with this is for Green Lantern. We saw guy with green energy fighting a giant yellow monster as I rampaged and even a big-haded creepy asshole with psychic powers.
While I don’t get the hate for the Green Lantern movie, it was at least very superhero-y.
Yeah, this is my problem with all of the Nolan Batman movies. They were good, they just felt so…not superhero-y and I didn’t even find them fun to watch. They felt like high drama when they could have been so much fun and adventurous.
I still haven’t watched the Green Lantern movie, though, and it looks like the most fun of the DC movies that have come out recently and everyone seemed to hate it. So…I don’t know.
Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.
Kiera Cass (via myackles)
Argh. Yes! This is always what I want to say to people who are down on Cinderella for supposedly chasing after the Prince.
“And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.” - Joseph Rodman Drake
Let’s not forget what Memorial Day is actually about.
Seizures. If she used 100% of her brain she would only be able to have seizures.
If all of her brain was used to think, she wouldn’t even have seizures, she’d die from lack of oxygen, becuase SHE WOULDN’T BE BREATHING.
This movie is one hundred percent better is you replace every instance of the word ‘brain’ with the word ‘magic’.
'She's using 25% of her magic!'
'I've read your papers on the magic. You're close.'
'What happens when she reaches 100% of her magic?'
Can we kill this “10% of the brain” thing? Please?