the plot is really good
no wait this is better
They are all okay, and all those things could exist in the same woman. Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but because we are people. (x)
JESUS CHRIST I CANT BREATHE
mysterydruids said: just like graham?
beifongforit said: do we need to talk about THE post
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One of the reasons atla was a great show was because of the bonding/friendship/family times. I really liked that. uvu
(Apologies for the exaggerated crying Aang in the first gif. This was an unplanned thing were the rest just followed. I know Aang doesn’t cry like that haha.)
#no please #your uncle puts his faith in his religious practices #and you represent the closest unity with the spirits mankind can get to #he puts his faith in the avatar; not in you #he cares for the avatar; not you #he manipulates you by forcing your dad to tell you the worst parts of his past #and then he wants you to pick a side - and of course you’ll pick him because he planned it that way #he doesn’t care about your emotional or mental wellbeing #he doesn’t even probably like you #you are a means to an end #he resents that his younger brother - the disgrace of the family - fathered the avatar when he feels himself more worthy #and he is trying to make you turn on your family to steal your trust in your father and placing it in him #but he does not trust you #he trusts his beliefs #so do not trust him
In case anyone’s disappointed that we’re getting a new film series about this random Newt Scamander guy rather than Harry’s parents or even his kids, I’m gonna explain why this is actually seriously fucking awesome:
- His series is set 70 years before Harry’s. Since the books are set in the 90s, that means we’re getting a period Wizarding World movie set in the Roaring Twenties. This is only made more amazing by the fact that
- its setting begins in New York City. We finally get to see what it’s like to be a witch or wizard outside of Europe. Is there a version of Diagon Alley in Brooklyn? Is there a hidden platform for wizards at Grand Central Station? We may even get some insight into what an American wizarding school looks like…but probably not much, and this comes with its own pros and cons. Newt himself went to Hogwarts, and ultimately becomes one of its many esteemed headmasters. So while American magical education may still remain elusive….
- chances are, we’re going to literally go back to Hogwarts (maybe as soon as the end of the first movie, optimistically?).
- The screenplays will be penned by J.K. Rowling herself. This gives her more control over the project than she’s ever had on any of the other movies, even as a producer. Everything in the movie will be real and canon, straight from the creator with very little content sacrificed.
- The title of the book and now film series, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, promises endless excitement. We’ll get to see so much of what was cut from the movies: real knowledge about hippogriffs, centaurs, mermaids, and a hell of a lot more. And we’ll see it first-hand through Newt, who makes it his job to immerse himself in these creatures’ environments.
- Newt is going to be a young adult at the time this series is set, so we get an older perspective of wizarding life. Less school, more career and lifestyle.
- And, of course, more of the magic that defined a generation.
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