bkspidey:

agentmlovestacos:

Probably the greatest gifset on Tumblr?

He should get together with that lady from the Hunger Games.

(Source: elprento)

Costume DesignThe Fifth Element (1997)

by Jean Paul Gaultier

blanksandbobbypins:

Cause vintage WWI lesbians are the best lesbians.

(Source: actionbird)

stefanyd:

cerealnuee:

Here’s the deleted HIMYM alternate ending, uploaded it as a help for those who couldn’t watch it before it got deleted.

Oh my Fucking God are you kidding me? They had THIS and that fucking ending is what they went with? THIS IS ALL WE NEEDED. THIS IS ALL. WE. NEEDED.

(Source: markoruffalo)

tokomon:

Sailor Moon (1992) // Sailor Moon Crystal (2014)

angrywocunited:

Fixed it! Rinko Kikuchi as Motoko Kusanagi in Ghost in the Shell. And it should stay that way. 

This is a response to Margot Robbie in talks to lead DreamWorks’ live-action adaptation of the 1995 hit anime movieGhost in the Shell, to be directed by Snow White and the Huntsman's Rupert Sanders.

If you’re going to make live-action adaptations of Japanese anime movies, mangas and tv shows, cast Japanese actors and actresses. Refusing to do so is a direct slap on the face. Japanese anime characters are not white or racially ambiguous, they’re Japanese. Unless the Manga artist states the character is of a different race, do not assume the character is white. 

They’re doing the same shit with one of my favorite anime films Akira.

And I’m predicting this Ghost in the Shell live-action film will be the next Dragonball Evolution or The Last Airbender, I hope it flops. 

I’m tired of Americans ruining legendary and groundbreaking Japanese anime movies, mangas and tv shows.

  • Carlton: Dad, if you were a cop, and you saw someone driving a car at two miles an hour, would you stop them?
  • Philip: That's what I asked myself the first night I was stopped.
  • Carlton: If we would have a map, we wouldn't have had to drive 2 miles an hour trying to find a freeway entrance, and we wouldn't have been stopped.
  • Will: Oh, ok, ok. I get it now. We were stopped because we were driving too slow. Yeah, we were breaking the slowness limit. Oh, ok, well you see, I've never heard of that law before, but I did hear this other law. It's called the if you see a black guy driving anything but a burnt-out Pinto, you better stop him because he stole it law. Yeah, I've heard that one. Oh, but see, I thought it was the black guy law, when in actuality, it was the slowness limit law. Oh, thank you for sharing that with me, Carlton. Good night.
  • Carlton: What's your complaint here? We were detained for a few hours, Dad cleared things up, and we were released. The system works.
  • Will: I hope you like that system because you'll be seeing a whole lot of it in your lifetime.
  • Carlton: Not if I bring a map.
  • Will: You just don't get it, do you? No map is going to save you and neither is your glee club, or your fancy Bel-Air address or who your daddy is. Because when you're driving in a nice car in a strange neighborhood, none of that matters. They only see one thing.