I’m in a bad mood. I think I’ll watch The Tomb of the Cybermen to try and cheer myself up.
Let’s get mad about a small insignificant statement, and miss the whole point of it in the first place.
How do you even meet people on the internet?
How do you even meet people?
I hate the internet. It is the worst of humanity boiled down to a concentrate.
Sometimes I just don’t understand people. Like they see problems that aren’t there, or are only imagined. Or maybe I just have a view of the world that doesn’t have everything being an attack against me. So I don’t see the attacks when they’re actually there. I might just want to believe that everyone has good intentions toward their fellow human beings and that sometimes things don’t come out just right. But sometimes people are attacking other people, but I still hope that with time and education, those attackers would learn their errors and stop. It’s just a dream, I know, but weren’t all great things just dreams at one point?
And so it begins again. The waiting. Always with the waiting.
I feel like I’ve spent my whole adult life waiting on Sherlock to air.
It was exactly what I wanted.
It was self contained.
It was fun.
It ended in a very satisfying way that, if we have another extremely long wait, I won’t mind nearly as much, because it feels more like an end. (Ignoring the Moriarty thing, but even that is more of a tease than a cliffhanger).
It’s not the best series of the show, that’s still Series 2, but it is without doubt amazing.
MOVIE ABOUT A PERSON WHO FALLS IN LOVE WITH DEATH AND CONTINUOUSLY COMMITS MURDER IN ORDER TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH THEM UNTIL DEATH IS FINALLY LIKE “YOU ARE MAKING MY JOB SO MUCH MORE DIFFICULT THAN IT NEEDS TO BE LETS JUST GO OUT FOR A COFFEE OR SOMETHING JESUS FUCK”
MAKE STEVEN SPIELBERG FIND THE THING
Did you mean: Olive Specter
Did you mean Thanos?
This is just a simple list of ten films. Nothing fancy. They aren’t in any order. And I don’t have much to say about them other than that this certainly will be an interesting year in film.
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- Captain America: Winter Soldier
- Veronica Mars
- The Lego Movie
- X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Big Hero Six
- The Hobbit: There and Back Again
Repeat to yourself, ‘It’s just a show. I should really just relax.’
You know it may also be because that message was in 1969 and she’s only like 20 something years old.
I’m 16 and I’ve seen the moon landing - age has nothing to do with it. It’s like us watching the real moon landing now; it’s still the same thing it was 43 years ago, and that’d be the same in the Doctor Who chronology. If Clara watched it now, it’d still be the same, so she’d still see the Silence.
But what would she have done to kill them? She had no weapons or anything. Not to mention that these silence were different from the others. The other ones were sort of killing machines, these ones were confessionary priests. So they weren’t out to kill her, just to get her to confess.
Admittedly yes, she wasn’t exactly in any position to do much. But still, the Silence in the broadcast didn’t say “Kill us on sight EXCEPT for the priests who wear slightly different clothing” Clara wasn’t to know they were any different, or that they didn’t want to kill her.
I don’t think we know enough about the Silence’s subliminal suggestions to say one way or the other. It’s possible that it only works within a set time period, like, hypothetically, 6 months from seeing it. After that it fades and unless the person was to see it again they wouldn’t kill them on sight. It’s also possible that since she was in a time period from before the Silence went back and the Doctor planted the suggestion, that it wasn’t present in her mind, in some sort of weird paradoxy way.
Or, and I feel this is most likely, she would have if she had had anything to kill it with. But since she was literally naked, she fled because she knew the danger it posed because of the subliminal message.
So, I didn’t make it. I’m only up to Warriors of the Deep.
It starts out pretty great with Episode 1. Sure it’s a little over lit and the Silurians and the Sea Devils move at a snails pace, but that doesn’t matter cause look at that set! The shots are great, and the hidden agent, world at the brink of war story, is quite good. Then at the end of Episode 2 the Myrka shows up and it’s clear they spent all their money on the set and the updated Silurians and had nothing left. The great story set up just kind of falls apart as the Myrka moves closer to the bridge and the Silurians take over. And it’s a shame, because it really could have been a great story.
I kind of wish I owned a movie theater or a tv station. Just so I could share random stuff I love with an audience.