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Angelina told The Telegraph, “I am very lucky with Brad. He is a real gentleman, but he is also a real man’s man. He’s got the wonderful balance of being an extraordinary, great, loving father, a very, very intelligent man and physically he’s a real man.”

Brad told USA Weekend, “There are no secrets at our house. We tell the kids, ‘Mom and Dad are going off to kiss.’ They go, ‘Eww, gross!’ But we demand it.”

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wintercoffin:

brotoro:

cherryblossomsparkle:

did-you-kno:

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THIS IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT ACTUALLY
THIS MAKES ME REALLY HAPPY 

he was 100% against preaching to unwilling people, too, and all for bringing religion into the lives of those who wanted it. he would often say that those who pray loudly in front of others were the worst kind of believers

what a cool dude

it makes me sad when people mischaracterize jesus like he was literally the nicest dude ever like he could be anyones bff if he tried because he was so rad like i hate christians who make him seem rude like lol no stopv

YES YES YES.
this is because the pharisees would go out into public, get on their knees, and pray where everyone could see them.
because they wanted everyone to see how good they were and how pious, because they were sort of religious authority.
but jesus came and told people to do the opposite, because he wanted them to be humble.
because God wants you to be devoted to a relationship with Him, not to be devoted to making sure others think highly of you.
jesus also encouraged people to do good deeds quietly, or even anonymously.
because he wanted you to do good deeds for the sake of others, not for how good it’ll make you feel or for others to praise you.
jesus was the absolute coolest and i fucking hate it when anyone points fingers at a certain group of people and says “GOD HATES-” NO HE DOESN’T.
THAT WAS HIS WHOLE THING. HE LITERALLY LOVED EVERYONE. ????

This is the type of Christianity and Christians that I like.

^ Yep. That.

Canon Jesus is better than fanon Jesus

freckledglowcloud:

sparanda:

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wintercoffin:

brotoro:

cherryblossomsparkle:

did-you-kno:

Source

THIS IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT ACTUALLY

THIS MAKES ME REALLY HAPPY 

he was 100% against preaching to unwilling people, too, and all for bringing religion into the lives of those who wanted it. he would often say that those who pray loudly in front of others were the worst kind of believers

what a cool dude

it makes me sad when people mischaracterize jesus like he was literally the nicest dude ever like he could be anyones bff if he tried because he was so rad like 
i hate christians who make him seem rude like lol no stopv

YES YES YES.

this is because the pharisees would go out into public, get on their knees, and pray where everyone could see them.

because they wanted everyone to see how good they were and how pious, because they were sort of religious authority.

but jesus came and told people to do the opposite, because he wanted them to be humble.

because God wants you to be devoted to a relationship with Him, not to be devoted to making sure others think highly of you.

jesus also encouraged people to do good deeds quietly, or even anonymously.

because he wanted you to do good deeds for the sake of others, not for how good it’ll make you feel or for others to praise you.

jesus was the absolute coolest and i fucking hate it when anyone points fingers at a certain group of people and says “GOD HATES-” NO HE DOESN’T.

THAT WAS HIS WHOLE THING. HE LITERALLY LOVED EVERYONE. ????

This is the type of Christianity and Christians that I like.

^ Yep. That.

Canon Jesus is better than fanon Jesus

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waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

junawashere:

waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

mich-quiche:

waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I was so excited for Brave from the promotional materials. Yay, badass princess on a horse! Yay, badass princess with a bow and arrow! Yay, badass princess who doesn’t get with a dude! It was marketed as an adventure, and instead we got SAPPY MOTHER-DAUGHTER BONDING. Which is fine, but I don’t care about sappy mother-daughter bonding. I wanted a princess kicking ass, and instead I got a whiny brat. I’ve never been more disappointed in a Disney or Pixar film"

Trailers lie. Get over it.
While Brave wasn’t what many expected, it was still valuable. We get Pixar’s first female protagonist: a company that prioritizes story and character has prioritized toys, fish, and robots before a woman. We get a mother-daughter bonding story which is rare in mainstream media as well as animation. We don’t get many narratives where women’s relationships are seen as valuable; the “sappy” mother-daughter bonding is nothing to scoff at. Not to mention it being a narrative where the main character has to take responsibility for their poor decisions as well as having to live up to their responsibilities.
Now, Brave is nowhere near perfect; it’s got its narrative problems as well as having some missed opportunities. But just because you don’t see the value in it doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth watching.

My main problem with Brave’s trailer vs. movie wasn’t the mother-daughter bond, it was the COMPLETE butchering of the tone that it was trying to market. The first few teasers and trailers were showing this mystical, mysterious world full of adventure and magic and (at least I was expecting) possibly dark themes that Pixar can pull off, cause the’ve done it before. Instead, the majority of the movie was silly and fast-paces with a plot that way threadbare and depended on Merida’s absolute stupidity (“I want to change my mom” being the vaguest, most easy-to-interpret phrase she could have possibly said, and everyone in the audience knew that fixing the tapestry was not how the spell was going to break). They tried to include dark, mysterious scenes but they didn’t fit in at all with the movie as a whole, and the “villain” (Mor’du) was….just a bear. No motivation, he just showed up all angry and scary when the climax demanded it.
Basically, my problem is not with the relationships between the characters, but the fact that we could have had a fantasy epic that instead turned into a mess of a movie with no consistency or plot strength. I could go on for a long, long time about how disappointed I was with Brave.

Like I said before, trailers lie. I could tell watching the trailer and clips that they were hiding a lot of the actual story and I can see why. Had they tried to market this movie on the mother-daughter, do you honestly think that people would have gone to see this? Female narratives are very pigeonholed and are given unfair bias by the public. I honestly don’t blame them for manipulating the audience with the trailer they made.
Mor’du isn’t just a bear: several times in the film he serves as Merida’s lesson of why she must change. In the first instance, it’s when Elinor tries to use the story of the ambitious son to teach Merida why duty and responsibility is important. Now, I will agree that Mor’du is more of a MacGuffin rather than a full-fledged villain, but his presence still serves a purpose in the story other than just being scary. 
I would ultimately blame Brave’s narrative problems on a lot of the behind-the-scenes drama. Brenda Chapman, the original director and creator of the movie was removed from the production as it’s director over creative disputes. The story really feels like it went through a couple hands before its completion. As I stated before, while Brave was not what we expected, but we still got some valuable things out of it.

"Trailers lie. Get over it." really? this is the dumbest excuse for a awful movie, the problem isn’t the mother-daughter story, is the terrible way they develop everything, for example the time when merida kicked everyone asses and won her own hand, when i saw this i was OMG!!!  a bunch of hairy men, they are going nuts! a little girl won!!!! …but instead no reaction, NO REACTION, i wanted to watch fighting, danger, darkness, just because is a mother-daughter movie don’t mean soft girly plain boring, the only thing brave about this was release the movie

That’s not an excuse; it’s a fact. Trailers are manufactured to get people to see the movie: they don’t always tell the truth about what’s in it. And, I’m not excusing away the movie’s problems; I’m talking about how the trailer is misleading considering the movie’s real content.
And there was a reaction to Merida’s “shooting for her own hand”: a possible war. Merida’s refusal to pick a suitor is the whole point of the men fighting in this movie (as well as some old rivalries on their part). Also, going back to my original point of trailers lie, when that clip was first released, it was presented out of context, leading the audience to believe this was another story about the empowerment of a young woman: that was a deception.

waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

junawashere:

waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

mich-quiche:

waltdisneyconfessionsrage:

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I was so excited for Brave from the promotional materials. Yay, badass princess on a horse! Yay, badass princess with a bow and arrow! Yay, badass princess who doesn’t get with a dude! It was marketed as an adventure, and instead we got SAPPY MOTHER-DAUGHTER BONDING. Which is fine, but I don’t care about sappy mother-daughter bonding. I wanted a princess kicking ass, and instead I got a whiny brat. I’ve never been more disappointed in a Disney or Pixar film"

Trailers lie. Get over it.

While Brave wasn’t what many expected, it was still valuable. We get Pixar’s first female protagonist: a company that prioritizes story and character has prioritized toys, fish, and robots before a woman. We get a mother-daughter bonding story which is rare in mainstream media as well as animation. We don’t get many narratives where women’s relationships are seen as valuable; the “sappy” mother-daughter bonding is nothing to scoff at. Not to mention it being a narrative where the main character has to take responsibility for their poor decisions as well as having to live up to their responsibilities.

Now, Brave is nowhere near perfect; it’s got its narrative problems as well as having some missed opportunities. But just because you don’t see the value in it doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth watching.

My main problem with Brave’s trailer vs. movie wasn’t the mother-daughter bond, it was the COMPLETE butchering of the tone that it was trying to market. The first few teasers and trailers were showing this mystical, mysterious world full of adventure and magic and (at least I was expecting) possibly dark themes that Pixar can pull off, cause the’ve done it before. Instead, the majority of the movie was silly and fast-paces with a plot that way threadbare and depended on Merida’s absolute stupidity (“I want to change my mom” being the vaguest, most easy-to-interpret phrase she could have possibly said, and everyone in the audience knew that fixing the tapestry was not how the spell was going to break). They tried to include dark, mysterious scenes but they didn’t fit in at all with the movie as a whole, and the “villain” (Mor’du) was….just a bear. No motivation, he just showed up all angry and scary when the climax demanded it.

Basically, my problem is not with the relationships between the characters, but the fact that we could have had a fantasy epic that instead turned into a mess of a movie with no consistency or plot strength. I could go on for a long, long time about how disappointed I was with Brave.

Like I said before, trailers lie. I could tell watching the trailer and clips that they were hiding a lot of the actual story and I can see why. Had they tried to market this movie on the mother-daughter, do you honestly think that people would have gone to see this? Female narratives are very pigeonholed and are given unfair bias by the public. I honestly don’t blame them for manipulating the audience with the trailer they made.

Mor’du isn’t just a bear: several times in the film he serves as Merida’s lesson of why she must change. In the first instance, it’s when Elinor tries to use the story of the ambitious son to teach Merida why duty and responsibility is important. Now, I will agree that Mor’du is more of a MacGuffin rather than a full-fledged villain, but his presence still serves a purpose in the story other than just being scary. 

I would ultimately blame Brave’s narrative problems on a lot of the behind-the-scenes drama. Brenda Chapman, the original director and creator of the movie was removed from the production as it’s director over creative disputes. The story really feels like it went through a couple hands before its completion. As I stated before, while Brave was not what we expected, but we still got some valuable things out of it.

"Trailers lie. Get over it." really? this is the dumbest excuse for a awful movie, the problem isn’t the mother-daughter story, is the terrible way they develop everything, for example the time when merida kicked everyone asses and won her own hand, when i saw this i was OMG!!!  a bunch of hairy men, they are going nuts! a little girl won!!!! …but instead no reaction, NO REACTION, i wanted to watch fighting, danger, darkness, just because is a mother-daughter movie don’t mean soft girly plain boring, the only thing brave about this was release the movie

That’s not an excuse; it’s a fact. Trailers are manufactured to get people to see the movie: they don’t always tell the truth about what’s in it. And, I’m not excusing away the movie’s problems; I’m talking about how the trailer is misleading considering the movie’s real content.

And there was a reaction to Merida’s “shooting for her own hand”: a possible war. Merida’s refusal to pick a suitor is the whole point of the men fighting in this movie (as well as some old rivalries on their part). Also, going back to my original point of trailers lie, when that clip was first released, it was presented out of context, leading the audience to believe this was another story about the empowerment of a young woman: that was a deception.

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cali4niabullets:

THIS IS SO WELL DONE IT SCARED ME

cali4niabullets:

THIS IS SO WELL DONE IT SCARED ME

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pinklikeme:

nohighs:

looktothenightxai:

veloxiraptor:

whenever I say YOOOOOOO this is exactly what I’m imagining

This is the exact YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I use

is there any other kind

isn’t this what everyone hears

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"You’re a beautiful, sweet girl. Fuck this guy. So many people are gonna love you."

"No, nobody’s gonna love me."

"I do."

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satanspoet:

Maude White

I’m. Not. Worthy.

How

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leseanthomas:

OMFG. THIS. SHOW.

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