#omg #what wait okay because au where jim and spock get stuck on earth #and spock has to grow his hair out human-style #and jim forces him to wear humourous t-shirts #(because they did save the earth. twice even.) #and jim sees him ruffling his hair and wearing the shirt one morning #and says ‘looking good’ (via thylaa)
go sit in the corner and think about what you have just done
let me just tell you briefly about these amazing camera shots and their symbolism:
shot #1: Thor and Loki as kids are equal with their father almost out of reach for the both of them (his face is out of the shot) - though they are standing next to each other, still Odin is the one separating them.
shot #2: Odin still separates them,thy still are inferior, even though they both have grown to match him (you see Odin fully). However while Loki faces him (yearning to live up to his father’s expectations), it it him Odin shows his back, while his left shoulder is pointed to Thor his true son and only heir, who is not able to look at his father due to his conflict towards him. The brothers now start to turn their backs on each other: the beginning of their paths parting.
in case you thought there weren’t enough reasons for this movie to make me cry like a fucking child.
[ screencaps from http://screencapped.net ]
Okay, okay, I don’t follow the Hannibal fandom very closely, so forgive me if anyone else has called this already, BUT:
Does anyone else think that Dr. du Maurier might not exist? Or, alternately, that she might have existed once, but Hannibal killed her and now the “Dr. du Maurier” we see is a figment/projection, as much as Will keeps seeing the Stag and GJ Hobbs?
I mean, think about it: (details based on memory of one viewing of each episode, so I could be wrong on any point)
Dialogue has explained that she was attacked by a patient once (my theory is that it was Hannibal, and she did not survive), and ‘retired’ from practicing psychiatry. Hannibal continues to see her despite her stated desires - which, okay, is kind of rude, let’s be honest. But if she died and now exists solely as a figment/projection, such social conventions no longer apply.
We never see her interact with anyone else. Her room is a ‘dreamy’ space, spacious but intimate, lit with a diffuse, slightly warm light. There’s also something… eerie about how similarly they’re treated/framed in these scenes, how their facial structure is highlighted by the lighting and color palettes, to more resemble each others’. Look at the caps above (taken within seconds of each other) and tell me I’m wrong. She is definitely more ‘feminine’ but there is a clear echo effect happening, and I don’t think it’s merely that one is deliberately ‘mirroring’ the other.
[side note: I love how Mads’ face is always lit - and he always uses it - as if it’s a mask. Brilliant choices, there.]
Not to mention, one scene with them ended with her pouring him a glass of white wine, and the next time we see Hannibal, he’s in his office with a glass of white wine and the dialogue strongly hints at continuity between the two scenes.
I don’t know, u guise, I think there’s something to this but I don’t know canon well enough to know if I’m right. Thoughts?omg it’s not just me - also, the name - is it reference to a woman’s power to shape a relationship from beyond death?
Ohhh, shit. This totally makes sense. The scene with the wine glass in particular really threw me. Not just the glass, but the camera work, it basically spun around him and switched venues. I assumed it was just a fancy transition, but it would fit so fucking well with this theory.
Not to mention, thinking filmmaking reality, Gillian Anderson is a famous and well-established actress, it puzzled me why she had such a comparatively minor role that could really be played by anyone, unless the therapist was due to have a more important/active role in the plot later on…
….that is unless she is dead and a reflection of Hannibal’s psyche, that is an incredibly psychologically interesting role for any actor.
more evidence re: the mirroring theory. check out this sceengrab i got while i was rewatching rôti. when i was reviewing the frames later, i came across this one and my jaw dropped. there’s no way the symmetry between them could be anything but intentional.
Hibari Kyoya by 24:
I am still thinking about this
Actually, the fruit of a tree is technically a reproductive organ, since it holds the tree’s seeds and all.
So, it wouldnt be cannabalism, you’d kinda be feeding them their own semen.
I’VE BEEN DRINKING APPLE CUM??
okay now i’ll reblog it
sorry I just wanted to point out that since fruit hold the seeds/ovules they’re technically ovaries and so you’re not drinking apple cum you’re drinking ovary blood
apple semen would be pollen from apple trees and it would just be powdery and awful
You’re really passionate about apples
Actually since fruit is fertilized eggs, you’re drinking liquefied apple fetus.
liquefied apple fetus.
I DON’T KNOW WHAT’S WORSE, APPLE PERIOD BLOOD, APPLE SEMEN OR LIQUEFIED APPLE FETUSES.
Can we just talk about this post for a moment…
HOW DOES THIS KEEP GETTING WORSEwell this escalated quickly from worse to horrifying
so basically you’re feeding liquefied apple fetus to potential fetuses. I think that counts as forced cannibalism.
Harry Potter’s effect on society. I like it.