Frank Capra said “Film is a disease”.
He went on, but that’s enough for now. I caught the disease early on. I used to feel it. And they used to take me to the movies all the time. I used to feel it whenever we walked up to the ticket booth with my mother, my father, my brother. You’d go through the doors, on the thick carpet, to - past the popcorn stand that had that wonderful smell - then to the ticket taker, and then sometimes they’d get - these doors would open in the back and there were little windows in it in some of the old theaters and I could see something magical happening up there on the screen, something special. And as we entered, for me I think now, it was like entering a sacred space, a kind of a sanctuary where the living world around me seemed to be recreated and played out.
What was it about cinema? What was so special about it? I mean I think I’ve discovered some of those - some of my own answers to that question a little bit at a time over the years.
First of all, there’s light. Light is at the beginning of cinema, of course. It’s fundamental - because it’s created with light, and it’s still best seen projected in dark rooms where it’s the only source of light. But light is also at the beginning of everything. Most creation myths start with darkness, and then the real beginning comes with light - which means the creation of forms. Which leads to distinguishing one thing from another, and ourselves from the rest of the world. Recognizing patterns, similarities, differences, naming things - interpreting the world. Metaphors - seeing one thing in light of something else. Becoming enlightened. So light is at the core of who we are and how we understand ourselves.
Martin Scorsese, “Persistence of Vision: Reading the Language of Cinema”
(2013 National Endowment for the Humanities’ Jefferson Lecture, live at the Kennedy Center)
So far, I’ve talked about Dean & Sam and Dean & Cas somewhat separately. Both relationships deserved to be looked at on their own, but they also both fit into one of the overall themes of the season. While romantic love (especially with a supernatural element) has been a main focus of the season, another big focus has been digging up the past. Both of this season’s pragmatists have been neutralized (or appear to have been) in order to make way for two main baddies who are from the past — Abaddon from Henry Winchester’s time and Metatron from much further back (history on Castiel’s scale rather than on the Winchesters’). In order to properly face Abaddon and Metatron in the future, the Winchesters & Castiel needed to face their own recent wounds of the past and begin to heal them so that they can stand together as a team.
WHOSE BUTT IS THIS?
I thought it was Jeremy Renner’s then someone else posted it as Tom Hiddleston’s and I just saw that it belonged to Jensen?? EXPLAIN.
I AM IN THE SPN FANDOM
I KNOW THAT ASS
I KNOW THAT BLACK WATCH
THAT IS JENSEN ACKLES BOOTY
ghurl thats tom hiddlestons butt
same plain black shirt and watch
that my good friend, is jensen’s ass
I did a thing to help us
it’s Josh Hutcherson’s butt….
its my butt
I searched google by uploading the image and all the results were tied between JENSEN ACKLES AND JEREMY RENNER.
And almost every single one of the articles said they’re weren’t sure who’s butt it actually is.
The people that say it’s jeremy’s said they’re pretty sure it’s not his, and even the jensen ackle’s people can’t say for sure either.
There is no original poster i could not find a full picture.
We have nothing to go on except the evidence before our eyes.
Ladies and gentleman, before me are two pictures. Only one of these is the mystery butt.
look at the watch though it’s totally Ackles booty
If you actually pay attention to the rest of the body, you’ll see that Renner’s arms are more muscular and have a vein popping out. Jensen’s elbows are softer and his arms are thinner, making the booty in the picture actually the property of Jensen Ackles.
Love, the Sherlock Fandom.