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vrabia:

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I remember there was this post going around a short while after the movie came out criticizing Mako for breaking into tears over Raleigh’s supposedly dead body, instead of like, keeping a cool head and going into first aid mode. 

First of all, enthusiasts of the Mako is feeble and submissive line of disgusting reasoning: she does keep a cool head. The first thing she does is check if he’s breathing and look for his pulse. It’s only when she can’t find it that she breaks down in tears over Raleigh’s supposedly dead body. 

Which leads us to my next point, i.e., the fact that Mako’s lost how many people she cares about over the last couple of days? And I mean, culminating with the death of her father and asshole adoptive brother, both of whom basically died protecting her and Raleigh. Whom by the way is dead too for all she knows.

But god forbid a woman should emote on screen under the pressure of real human feelings of grief and love and loss and at the same time be a qualified badass warrior, lipstick-wearing pretty girl with perfect eyebrows. Everyone knows those things are incompatible. 

(Basically everything about this scene was perfect in every single detail, and if you think Mako having a breakdown at this particular point somehow diminishes her character, don’t talk to me.)

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jadecurlwall:

SOMEONE STOP HER A WOMAN WEARING A BRA WHAT AN OUTRAGE

jadecurlwall:

SOMEONE STOP HER A WOMAN WEARING A BRA WHAT AN OUTRAGE

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lewinlight:

ubisoft and disney should make a game together called "diversity in animated models is too hard; lazy crying shitbaby edition"

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logic-and-art:

battledad:

racheltastik:

'Horns' Official Trailer

whooooaaa

Good, still hyped for this.

Do I wanna see this for the plot or for Daniel Radcliffe doing an American accent?

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kasieisdell:

Redwoods, California

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holidaygeth:

Isn’t it amazing how nobody ever listens to Elrond

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deducecanoe:

triplash:

timemagazine:

Person of the Year runner-up: Fabiola Gianotti, Higgs boson scientist  
Finding the tiny Higgs Boson took the biggest machine in the arsenal of physics — and help from one woman obsessed with the nature of reality. Read more here.
(Photo: Levon Biss for TIME)

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deducecanoe:

triplash:

timemagazine:

Person of the Year runner-up: Fabiola Gianotti, Higgs boson scientist 

Finding the tiny Higgs Boson took the biggest machine in the arsenal of physics — and help from one woman obsessed with the nature of reality. Read more here.

(Photo: Levon Biss for TIME)

I really really happen to be curious on why there are less than 500 notes on this incredible woman

Your last word explains why

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