I’ve been looking out of a window for eighteen years, dreaming about what I might feel like when those lights rise in the sky. What if it’s not everything I dreamed it would be?
To the edge of the universe and back. Endure and survive.
endless list of my favorite male characters:
➥ Subject Delta from BioShock 2
Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD REmix
Make the clock reverse bring back what once was mine.
Disney Battles — Challenge 3; Friendships
↳ Rapunzel & Pascal
This is part of growing up. A little rebellion, a little adventure, that’s good. Healthy, even.
I wanna know how Joel and Tess met, and if they had any sort of type of relationship.
I just want a backstory for Tess!
who cares if it’s not troy and ashley in the last of us movie. the film and the video game are separate entities and anyone going into the movie thinking it’s going to be the same as the video game is going to be sorely disappointed no matter what.I still think it matters. I cant link it on my ipad but its still on my front page - did you read the post from cerviceps?
I didn’t - I’ll go check it out now!
see, that’s… not even what I was trying to say with this post. regardless of whether or not these movies need to be or whether or not we WANT them to be made, people need to stop looking at them as being the same entity as the video games they’re adapting. that just leads to nitpicking. harry potter, for instance. as a person who grew up with the books, I had to force myself to think of the films as their own entities because I wouldn’t have been able to enjoy them otherwise.
regarding the movies essentially “disrespecting” the original actors… I disagree with that as well. in fact, I’d find myself extremely flattered if someone was so moved by my performance that they’d want a shot at it as well. think of broadway, think of plays - there are different ways to interpret a character and I think actors are always interested in seeing other artists’ of the same craft’s interpretations.
“In the English language there are orphans and widows, but there is no word for the parent who loses a child.”