I’m really really glad Gravity won some awards ‘cause that movie was phenomenal. It gave me chills and had me holding my breath and chanting “come on, come on, you can make it.”
if i see one more post hating on gravity for no reason i am going to literally shit all over my dashboard. i will take my co mputer into the bathroom and shit all over the screen. i swear to god. thats how sick of this i am righ tnow
i never got a chance to see 12 years a slave but i’m sure it was a fantastic movie and deserved to win best picture. i am in no way saying that it didn’t deserve what it won, so i need to make sure you all know that before you keep reading.
but that being said come on guys seriously stop shitting on gravity for no reason. it was a fantastic movie, beautifully done, with an unbelievable score and an insane amount of effort put into it. every single tear sandra bullock cried had to be animated of her face to float out into the air around her. you do realize they couldn’t film any of that in space, right? because literally everything except their faces was cgi like come on smaug was fantastic and i love lord of the rings as much as anybody im literally wearing hte one ring right now so dont even try me but i swear to god look at gravity it was such a masterpiece and stop shitting on it just because you’re mad it took your award. be an adult. come on. and get your hate out of the gravity tag.
this movie had a really important message alright it was about perspective and acceptance and moving on and it literally meant the world to me like when i saw it im gonna admit right now and honestly for the first time to anybody that i wasn’t in the best state of mind i’d been really depressed about the future and being in college and had gotten back into my toxic way of thinking i wasn’t good enough and wasn’t going t o amount to anything in the future and would never get into med school which has been my dream since preschool but my friend took me to see this movie bc she knows how as a physics major i’m so into nasa and astrophysics and aerospace engineering and this movie was literally so important it changed my perspective on the world it literally made me realize how small and insignificant the little problems are like one grade in one class in the scheme of my entire life like i’m literally admitting this right now for the first time because you all need to know how important this movie is. it’s a movie about depression and acceptance and moving on and literally she had the option to commit suicide out there in space because it looked so bleak everything was so bleak and she already had so much regret and loss in her life and it would have been os easy for her to die right there and let it be over but she took charge and saved herself and wouldn’t let herself give up even if the chances were slim she was going to die trying and that literally means so much to me i swear to god that movie changed my life and i have both versions of the poster hanging over my bed in my dorm so i can look over there while i study and see her little space suit floating off in the darkness and remember that even if it looks like i’ll never make it i can’t give up because it looks hard and i can’t give in and like if you’re gonna die you gotta die trying and just
don’t let go
To anyone who questions Gravity winning best score, listen to this song.
she could have died out there. she should have died out there. but against all odds, she survived. and she had so much regret and so much hardship in her life even before she went into space that it would have been so easy for her to die up there. she went up into space and was terrified and had no training for this kind of situation. not to mention the fact that her young daughter had recently died. imagine the loss and regret and worthlessness she felt after that. she could have given up at any point at all. it woud have been so easy for her to die in space - such an easy way out, and it wouldn’t even be seen as weakness. she even tried to commit suicide, but she managed to bring herself back from the edge. if she was going to die, she was going to die trying. this movie is so important - and this song is so important - because it’s about redemption. no matter how bad everything seems, you have to keep going. even if you think you’ll never make it, because there’s always a chance, no matter how slim. even if it looks like you’ll never make it, you have to remember - don’t let go.
Mariska Hargitay plays a sex crimes detective onÂ Law and Order: SVU,Â but now the actress is taking her support for victims to another level by producing…
A cameraman who filmed the shocking death of Steve Irwin has for the first time revealed the conservationist’s final words, eight years after he was killed by a stingray.
well now I’m even more depressed that he knew he was dying
according to his cameraman Steve Irwin’s last words were ‘I’m dying’.
Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs. ‘Where or When’. Barefoot at the Symphony.
I don’t know what’s worse, that they’re separated now or that Marvin is gone. It’s even I guess. :(
I have been listening to Let It Go on repeat for the past half hour someone help me