That awful moment when you learn that this wasn’t scripted. That Will Smith’s character was actually supposed to brush off the whole thing, but Will’s father actually had left him when he was younger and he just fell apart on the set and the hug at the end was from one actor to another, not one character to another…
A post about Castiel’s hair in season four.
"That’s what it feels like when you touch me. Like millions of tiny universes being born and then dying in the space between your finger and my skin." [x]
Every face is golden
Robb Stark is dead. Sorry, I know he was like a brother to you, but my father put a knife through his heart.
Tywin is not amused
They never should have friended Dad on fb.
The most significant moment is surely the end of their showdown on the helicarrier, when Steve finally gives up. For the first time ever, he backs down from a fight. Why? Well, not only can he not bring himself to kill Bucky, but there’s also the fact that fighting Bucky no longer serves any purpose. Steve doesn’t really have anything to live for if Bucky doesn’t remember him, and he’s already fulfilled his mission by bringing down the three HYDRA helicarriers. Bucky isn’t the “enemy,” he isn’t a bully, he’s just a malfunctioning weapon who can’t help what he’s been programmed to do.
This is the point where I flush all my emotions down the toilet and go to live in an igloo made of frozen tears, because what the hell. This is a goddamn SUPERHERO MOVIE where the denouement is the hero effectively committing suicide because he can’t cope with living in a world where he’s killed his best friend. Earlier on when Steve tells Sam that he doesn’t want to kill Bucky, he’s not just saying that he can’t kill Bucky, he’s tacitly admitting that he might even fuck up the overall mission and endanger millions of lives because he can’t use lethal force against his friend. Then Captain America just casually drops his shield into the Potomac, because he knows he isn’t coming back from this.
|—||Gavia Baker-Whitelaw, Captain America: The Winter Soldier — The Tragedy of Bucky Barnes (http://hellotailor.blogspot.com/)|
Firefly | This is the entire show in one perfect sentence.
Reblogging this again because I’m re-watching the show and think this quote captures the essence of it. Gosh I forgot how much I love this show.
Who the hell is Bucky?