i origins (2014) - dir. mike cahill


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turn on: image

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steve “led a one man mission behind heavily guarded enemy lines in another fucking country just to save someone who might be alive if the stars are aligned correctly, fights guys who talk to loud in a movie” rogers is not steve “we have to follow orders, theres only one god ma’am” rogers


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verarity:

true detective rewatch → episode two

I think about my daughter now, and what she was spared. Sometimes I feel grateful. The doctor said she didn’t feel a thing; went straight into a coma. Then, somewhere in that blackness, she slipped off into another deeper kind. Isn’t that a beautiful way to go out, painlessly as a happy child? Trouble with dying later is you’ve already grown up. The damage is done, it’s too late.


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Here’s the thing; the thing we love about Bucky is he’s a really complicated character; very tragic, complicated character. Here’s a guy, when you look at him, is he the world’s worst assassin or is he the longest serving POW in history? You could look at him as one of two things. Either he’s innocent by reason insanity or the equivalent of that, in terms of not being responsible for his actions because he was brain controlled, or he’s a monster. It’s a very complicated place. It’s a hard place to move forward from that. In relationship to Cap, it’s like is Cap ever going to be able to access the guy he used to be?
And if he can’t, well who is Winter Soldier? Is he Bucky Barnes anymore or is he somebody new? So those are all really interesting questions to ask with him. It’s our job on the next one to outdo the villain from the last one. But because that’s a mandate of ours, it’s always something we put an incredible amount of focus on. The stakes aren’t high enough. The audience doesn’t feel those stakes. If the characters aren’t in jeopardy continually throughout the film, then you lose a certain narrative momentum to the movie. As we said, you can only define the hero against the villain. So the greater the villain, the greater definition you get out of your hero.

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Without our imaginations, we’d be like all those other poor dullards. Fear is the price of our instrument. But I can help you bear it.

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A thousand people in an iron box. No food, no water. After a month, we ate the weak…. You know what I hate about myself? I know what people tastes like…. I know that babies taste best.

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making them suffer is an art

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You lie and kill in the service of liars and killers.

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hotja:

buckysteve ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ 쁘어어어얽 이제못한다..지쳤다

Love this lineart, just beautifully executed.


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