01 9 / 2014

The Protagonist of P5

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01 9 / 2014

merriamwebsterdictionary:

reasons why winter is better than summer:

  • little to no insects (◕‿◕✿) 
  • sweaters all the time (◠△◠✿)
  • the air is nice and fresh smelling (◡‿◡✿)
  • sometimes it snows and you get out of school \(◕‿◕✿)/
  • snow is pretty (´・ω・`)
  • no pollen (▰˘◡˘▰) 
  • it gets darker faster so theres more nighttime and more time to look at the stars (ᅌᴗᅌ* )
  • everything is dead just the way i like it (⊙‿⊙✿)

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01 9 / 2014

brinkofmemories:

PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

brinkofmemories:

PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG

31 8 / 2014

30 8 / 2014

bryankonietzko:

The Legend of Korra by Platinum Games, Idle Animations

I love this!

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27 8 / 2014

27 8 / 2014

yungtapatio:

Actors revisit their famous movie roles

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27 8 / 2014

smallherosix:

memewhore:

disneyworldwonders:

Can I just say that I think this is the way Mulan should appear int the parks. In the beginning of the movie they make it very clear that the dress she wears to meet the matchmaker is not comfortable nor does it represent her personality. She spends the whole of the film proving that she is not a prize to be won or just a pawn to be married off at earliest convenience. She proves her worth in this outfit. She saves China in this outfit. She falls in love in this outfit. She risks her life, makes her strongest friendships, and changes the entire country IN THIS OUTFIT. Then they have her walk around the park in the same outfit she wore in the first scene of the movie and I think it is really negative toward her character. That is not who she is.



Actually this is who Mulan is:

THIS is the outfit that Mulan is wearing when she saves China. Because Mulan is feminine and she kicks butt.
Look at how’s she’s dressed in the 2nd movie as well:

So she’s obviously happy in that kind of outfit (because, really, who’s going to comment on her not wearing a dress after she just saved their lives.) After she becomes the savior of China (while wearing a dress and at one point disarming Shan yu with a FAN) she still wears a dress (it’s probably not actually called a dress but you get the point).
The point of Mulan is that you don’t have to be fully 1 thing or the other. You can be multiple things that are worlds away from each other. Mulan is both a woman and a soldier. And the fact that she’s not wearing her soldier uniform and is, instead, wearing a dress, shouldn’t take away from that. In fact, (in my opinion) her wearing the solider uniform is probably more negative than her wearing the “Honor to Us All” dress because it sends the message that Mulan (and any other girl) can only be a powerful warrior if she’s dressed like a man, which is obviously not the case because Mulan saves China as Mulan (the woman) and not Ping (the man).
In reality, Mulan in the parks should be wearing the dress from the end of the movie (or one similar to it), but she’s wearing it for so short a time that it’s not as iconic as her other two outfits. (Similarly to Rapunzel’s long blonde hair in the parks.)

smallherosix:

memewhore:

disneyworldwonders:

Can I just say that I think this is the way Mulan should appear int the parks. In the beginning of the movie they make it very clear that the dress she wears to meet the matchmaker is not comfortable nor does it represent her personality. She spends the whole of the film proving that she is not a prize to be won or just a pawn to be married off at earliest convenience. She proves her worth in this outfit. She saves China in this outfit. She falls in love in this outfit. She risks her life, makes her strongest friendships, and changes the entire country IN THIS OUTFIT. Then they have her walk around the park in the same outfit she wore in the first scene of the movie and I think it is really negative toward her character. That is not who she is.

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Actually this is who Mulan is:

THIS is the outfit that Mulan is wearing when she saves China. Because Mulan is feminine and she kicks butt.

Look at how’s she’s dressed in the 2nd movie as well:

So she’s obviously happy in that kind of outfit (because, really, who’s going to comment on her not wearing a dress after she just saved their lives.) After she becomes the savior of China (while wearing a dress and at one point disarming Shan yu with a FAN) she still wears a dress (it’s probably not actually called a dress but you get the point).

The point of Mulan is that you don’t have to be fully 1 thing or the other. You can be multiple things that are worlds away from each other. Mulan is both a woman and a soldier. And the fact that she’s not wearing her soldier uniform and is, instead, wearing a dress, shouldn’t take away from that. In fact, (in my opinion) her wearing the solider uniform is probably more negative than her wearing the “Honor to Us All” dress because it sends the message that Mulan (and any other girl) can only be a powerful warrior if she’s dressed like a man, which is obviously not the case because Mulan saves China as Mulan (the woman) and not Ping (the man).

In reality, Mulan in the parks should be wearing the dress from the end of the movie (or one similar to it), but she’s wearing it for so short a time that it’s not as iconic as her other two outfits. (Similarly to Rapunzel’s long blonde hair in the parks.)

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27 8 / 2014

Team 7 is finally back! 

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26 8 / 2014

makos-lightningrod:

I feel like this entire scene had really good moments. They were small and unnoticeable if you were paying attention to the whole arc of the episode rather than the small moments. We’ve been doing commentaries all day of the small moments and I really wanted to touch base on this one. We’ve seen so much interaction between these two from their intimate talk before going off to fight, their father-daughter fighting tag team, and then him watching her battle Zaheer. What pains me to think about is how much I think Tonraq thinks he’s let down Korra as well. Whether she’s the Avatar or not, she’s still his child. She’s still his one and only pride and joy. He’s almost lost her on several life-threatening occasions but all those times before have never beat her down so far. And now, I would imagine that he wants to be there for her. It kills me to think about his scene with her when he was trying to wake her up. And when she does, he tells her he’s never going to let her go again. What Tonraq must be thinking is that he’s let her down. And she probably thinks she’s let him down after he’s told her how proud he is.
I love this part because he comes over to her and kneels in front of her, telling her how beautiful she is. We can see that she’s got the bags under her eyes - that she’s suffering from her poisoning, from depressing, or from nightmares. Whatever the case, she is his shining little girl no matter what. And in the frame before this, she doesn’t have that inkling of a smile on her face. But here…she has a smile. They both do. And for a moment, they look at each other and have this incredibly endearing relationship that kills me.
I imagine that when she thinks about home, she thinks about him most especially (not that I don’t give Senna credit as well, I just wish her relationship with Korra was more intimate than what is shown).

makos-lightningrod:

I feel like this entire scene had really good moments. They were small and unnoticeable if you were paying attention to the whole arc of the episode rather than the small moments. We’ve been doing commentaries all day of the small moments and I really wanted to touch base on this one. We’ve seen so much interaction between these two from their intimate talk before going off to fight, their father-daughter fighting tag team, and then him watching her battle Zaheer. What pains me to think about is how much I think Tonraq thinks he’s let down Korra as well. Whether she’s the Avatar or not, she’s still his child. She’s still his one and only pride and joy. He’s almost lost her on several life-threatening occasions but all those times before have never beat her down so far. And now, I would imagine that he wants to be there for her. It kills me to think about his scene with her when he was trying to wake her up. And when she does, he tells her he’s never going to let her go again. What Tonraq must be thinking is that he’s let her down. And she probably thinks she’s let him down after he’s told her how proud he is.

I love this part because he comes over to her and kneels in front of her, telling her how beautiful she is. We can see that she’s got the bags under her eyes - that she’s suffering from her poisoning, from depressing, or from nightmares. Whatever the case, she is his shining little girl no matter what. And in the frame before this, she doesn’t have that inkling of a smile on her face. But here…she has a smile. They both do. And for a moment, they look at each other and have this incredibly endearing relationship that kills me.

I imagine that when she thinks about home, she thinks about him most especially (not that I don’t give Senna credit as well, I just wish her relationship with Korra was more intimate than what is shown).

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