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One of a kind

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kateordie:

I can’t overstate the importance of this movie, and specifically this exchange.

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How can a novelist achieve atonement when, with her absolute power of deciding outcomes, she is also God? There is no one, no entity or higher form that she can appeal to, or be reconciled with, or that can forgive her. There is nothing outside her. In her imagination she has set the limits and the terms. No atonement for God, or novelists, even if they are atheists. It was always an impossible task, and that was precisely the point. The attempt was all.

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What was exciting to me was that first of all, Jane has a career that’s her life’s passion— a career in science, which in a mainstream film is rare. And also, that she is able to take care of herself and help and be part of a team where good conquers evil. These are good, positive themes for women in an entertaining movie that hopefully can provide a little balance to the testosterone in the genre. (Portman)

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See you in another life, brother

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sam-wilson:

anonymous asked: black widow or wonder woman 

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"Save what has been lost, bring back what once was mine, what once was mine.”

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disneydailly:

If you are not scary, what kind of monster are you?

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Any time Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner and Orlando Bloom want to have an archery contest at Comic-Con, just let me know and I’ll be there. —Stephen Amell on his archery skills and throwing down the gauntlet - also making me hope desperately that it happens x (via cindafuckingrella)

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fromrheims:

Assemble by Blule

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Adventure is out there!

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