what do you want?
*HAPPY BIRTHDAY* Sean Bean 4/17/1959
"Another story — and this really is an index of the real man… I met him in LAX (Los Angeles airport), he’d come direct from New Zealand. We were both going to London. He was carrying what seemed like 20 bags and he’s got this old man and old lady there. I asked Sean if I could give him a hand. After waiting a few minutes, I asked whether he was going to introduce me to his friends. ‘Is this your Mum and Dad?’ He said he’d love to introduce me to them but he didn’t know their names. The rather dazed old couple introduce themselves…they were just an old couple who had been on the plane and had been struggling with their luggage, he’d decided to help them out. They had no idea who he was. We get to Heathrow and I’m running for a connection and out of the corner of my eye, I can see Sean very patiently taking their bags off, stacking them and steering them through customs. I don’t believe, to this day, they had any idea who he was. The man is pure gold. I love him to death. He’s just a thoroughly good man and a marvelous actor."
John Rhys Davis on Sean Bean
I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
Dont care what anyone says, this was a fantastic movie back when I was a kid!
The Pagemaster (1994)
Are you ready to follow the Captain? No. The little guy from Brooklyn, that was too dumb to not run away from a fight - I am following him
working in a place where there are 32 kids on one sit has definitely concreted my belief that i never ever ever want to produce a child, or look after a child, or just be around a child. ever.
In which seven cats all discover the same slightly elevated flat thing and claim it as their own while pretending the other six cats don’t exist.
But only you did.
who fucking cares
how about you try to work a phonograph
its the same thing for every generation
nobody wants to think that the technology they had as a kid sucked, we want to hold on to the fond memories we had as a kid but thats no reason to just ignore how shitty the things we had as a kid were and its certainly no reason to look down on fucking children for it
All of this.
Like don’t get me wrong, I love me some old tech, and I can get pretty ticked when I see/hear people crapping on it, but people act like it’s somehow a sin to not grow up with the same electronic gizmos they did.