… wouldn’t Dan be more helpful?
The plot begins to thicken. Now, I can’t be specific about the heroes and zeros, but our protagonist is a hungry animal. There is a lot of money hanging in the balance. Our antagonist explodes on the scene, like a millennial firework. And he’s indirectly started a war.
THE GENTLEMEN (2019) dir. Guy Ritchie
@me this weekend
mutuals, talk to me: why is giffing so addicting? like, we don’t get paid for it, it takes a shit ton of time to do, Photoshop is a menace, people steal our work and say they ‘found it on The Internet™ uwu’ (where do you think The Internet™ found it, Jan?), our creations flop like
limp dicksdead fish all the time because no-one reblogs anymore in this cursed era of tumblr — and yet, whenever I’m bored, my go-to entertainment is giffing something. I watch movies or shows and I make note of aesthetic shots automatically, I see a scene and think ‘yeah, gotta gif this right here.’ what’s up with that? why do we do this to ourselves?
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES dir. Christopher Nolan
Theatrically released 8 years ago on July 20, 2012
A hero can be anyone. Even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a young boy’s shoulders to let him know that the world hadn’t ended.