objectivelypink: Ultimates Tony saying "SEX" (tony = SEX)
If you have seen Labyrinth, then you are not a virgin. In fact, if you've seen Labyrinth, then you never were a virgin. It's the power of David Bowie's Area that, even through a recording, even in a family friendly movie, it can reach out and completely burn your virginity from the fabric of space and time. If you ever will see the movie Labyrinth, then you're not a virgin on credit, because your virginity will be retroactively destroyed in the future. In short, the moment that David Bowie appeared in that movie, in those tights, his Area became super powered, and devirginized the entire world.
— Sarrolyne on the power of David Bowie's Area, Metaquotes

This might be the most hilarious thing I've read.

Found on tvtropes here.
objectivelypink: Castiel looking fierce w/ text "BRING IT" (bring it)
Seriously. Watch it. Captivating plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat, great music great acting-- what's not to love? There's seriously not a character in this movie that I don't want to throw down and have my wicked way with. (Except maybe Leonardo Decaprio, but that's just cuz I don't find him attractive, not cuz his character wasn't awesome). Joseph Gordon-Levitt was so stoic and cute and awesome and had the best fight scene I've seen in a very long time!

In other news, my mother has been converted into a slash fangirl and I find this to be hilarious.

She's known for years that I was into it, and generally found my pairings to be amusing and even agreed with a few of them, but was never really into it. Then a few months ago she started watching Torchwood, and developed a huge crush on Captain Jack Harkness-- who, it must be said, will sleep with anything that's mostly sentient, never mind human XD I think that was the turning point, because she and I just recently started watching BBC's Merlin and she's very vocal about what an adorable couple Arthur and Merlin are. Sometimes I really do love my family.

Also, I just watched the first few minutes of the live action sailor moon series. It's.... kind of like a train wreck. You can't look away.

Eventually this will result in some cracktastic fanart crossover. (Captain America+Sailor Moon=Pretty Soldier Sailor America, anyone? Anyone? Bueller?)
objectivelypink: Dean/Castiel Big Bang Artist (dean/cas bb)
This movie review explains why SPLICE is a TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE movie that everyone involved with should be ashamed of. Why, David Hewlett, why? T_T

In other news, TOY STORY 3 was awesome. Officially the only trilogy I've ever watched that I liked all three equally as much. And not to be all spoileriffic, but Buzz's Spanish-mode was amazing guys. For srs.

I'm having a bit of an internal conflict with Buzz and Woody, though. All my slash-fangirl instincts call out to pair the two of them, but Jessie is awesome. Clearly a threesome is called for.

Sorry if I destroyed anyone's childhood with that paragraph.

Another weird idea I had was that it would be awesome if that little girl, Bonnie, grew up to be a toy repairwoman for, like, private collectors and museums and stuff. But while she's in high school she goes through this period where she's collecting Buzz Lightyears to repair and sell. I may have spent way too much time deciding on personalities and names for these theoretical toys.

BUZZ: Original Buzz Lightyear; Woody's BFF.

BEE & ZEE: Purchased for twin brothers, these two act like brothers themselves.

SUNNY & POPS: Remember that space-ranger!Buzz and his nemesis Zurg from the second movie, who eventually were "revealed" to be father and son? Yeah, they eventually figure out that they're toys but decide to stick with the familial relationship.

L33T: Purchased by a computer programmer with a passion for tabletop gaming. Has been very drastically repainted, apparently for practice.

FINN: Damaged voicebox; can't speak and when you try to push buttons he says "To infin-fin-fin-fin... beyond..."

LUZ: Spanish for "light" and short for "Lightyear," this Buzz is in Spanish mode (but aware that he's a toy).

I kind of really want to draw all of them in order to showcase how they're different despite being the same toy. XD

LASTLY! I am working on a hard-core painting a la photoshop featuring Dean and Castiel (even though I am currently a bitter about the Supernatural fandom's recent epic!fails). WIPs of the image are being posted at my deviantArt gallery here.
objectivelypink: cartoon of a dalek (exterminate!)
1. Robin Hood was actually kind of awesome. I enjoyed the story and I thought if was interesting that it started while Robin was still fighting in the crusades rather than after he'd already arrived back home in England. Also, MARK STRONG<3! Plus, I think they did a good job of capturing the environment of the times, i.e. very dirty. My only problem is that the random bits of narrative text--a la painted tapestry style-- was unnecessary and essentially assumed that the audience was stupid. And it didn't match the aesthetic of that cool, animated-expressionist-painting that they did the credits in.

2. So apparently there's going to be a Supernatural anime? Weird, considering Dean would make so much fun of that concept given the opportunity.

3. Even weirder, there's going to be a Thundercats anime! On cartoon network. *flails* My CHILDHOOD. Christ, next they'll be telling me they're going to remake the Smurfs? Charlie Brown? /cries

...I wouldn't be opposed to them working on Pirates of Dark Water because that show was fucking addicting and they never finished it D:

Pirates of Dark Water poster

4. WORLD CUP woo! Brazil is playing North Korea as I type. Hopefully Brazil will win, because otherwise that half of my nationality will be covered in shame.


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