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Holy shit this is the most accurate post I have ever seen in my life
wait…this is a completely different gif set on my blog…
Reblog this and then check it on your Tumblr. Go on, do it.
What? How? O_OIT KNOWS WHAT FANDOMS YOUR IN
holy shit I’m trying this
She’s a fighter
Must always reblog my queen.
Her faith in her dream, courage, determination and perseverance are an example to us all. I truly admire her. She is beautiful inside and out.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, has clinical depression - that is what she is talking about in this gifset
As a person living with clinical depression for my entire life, this reminds me that there is always hope, even if I can’t see it and everything seems lost
I love this way more than I should
Here’s what makes them different: Amy is broken, angry, and scared of responsibility. Clara is responsible and often afraid, but typically adventurous and light-hearted. River is sensual, capable, independent, and self-sacrificing. Their lives do not all revolve around the Doctor. Amy’s life is a struggle between home and adventure, and that is SYMBOLIZED in Rory and the Doctor. Clara lives a perfectly normal, happy home life and jaunts off with the Doctor on Wednesdays. River has a whole life outside of the Doctor, with friends and a profession she loves. Her life kind of revolves around the Doctor, but she was programmed to kill him and then she married him, so it makes sense.
I can say that Rose, Martha, and Donna were all sassy, had low self esteem, and didn’t follow orders. How does that sound? You cannot boil complex characters down to their most basic traits and then say they’re all the same. Rose was very flirty. Donna was very fiery. All of their lives revolved around the Doctor. Rose in particular spent years doing nothing but searching for the Doctor.
This is not a Moffat problem. This isn’t a problem at all. This is an issue entirely made up by fans who want something to complain about.
Tom Hiddleston’s Loki is an extremely popular and well liked character among fans of the Marvel Universe. In several polls calculating the popularity of The Avengers cast Loki beats out the actual heroes of the movie and comes out on top. Tom Hiddleston’s Loki has appeared in two films, the first being Thor and the second being The Avengers. From these films the character of Loki has gained great fame.
I thought it would be interesting to see how much actual screen time in these films had been dedicated to this character. While watching the two films I timed every time Loki made an appearance on screen or had a speaking role. These times are roughly how much screen time Loki had in each of the two films he appeared in.
Total screen time: 15 minutes and 56 seconds (roughly)
Total screen time: 19 minutes and 23 seconds (roughly)
These times were calculated from each time Loki was on screen whether or not he was delivering lines. If I had timed it every time he was on the screen actively engaging in the scene then these times would have been a lot shorter. These times also count anytime the camera was showing a scene including Loki from afar.
What I find very interesting about this is that between the two films Loki has only had 35 minutes and 19 seconds (roughly) of screen time where as the other Avengers had an average of 35 minutes of screen time in the Avengers alone. Some of the Avengers (Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America) have also had stand alone films while the others (Black Widow and Hawk Eye) have appeared in other films. I find this interesting because even though Loki has had a relatively short amount of screen time he eclipses several of the avengers when it comes to popularity.
I think credit is well due to the creator of the Loki character along with Kenneth Branagh and Joss Whedon. However, I think most of the credit should go to Tom Hiddleston. He truly brought this character to life and gave it heart. Even though he portrays a villain people found themselves able to emotionally connect with this character. He is absolutely mesmerizing to watch in this role and I know I found myself, while watching these films, waiting excitedly for his next scene. The talent it takes to completely enchant audiences only being on screen for 35 minutes is something that should not be overlooked.