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2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
James has read 1 book toward his goal of 20 books.
Posted on 23rd Jul at 9:45 PM, with 18,650 notes

I dont wanna freak you guys out but

The Lost Hero 
The Son of Neptune 
The Mark of Athena 
The House of Hades 
The Blois hella gayod of Olympus

Posted on 23rd Jul at 8:34 PM, with 988 notes

princess tutu meme: (1/7) relationships

"I will stay by your side forever."

Posted on 22nd Jul at 11:35 PM, with 446,624 notes

she reaches down seductively. I guide her hand to my zipper. she unzips my fanny pack by mistake. raviolis spill out everywhere

Posted on 22nd Jul at 12:21 AM, with 2 notes
Glad to see the girls are marketing in Wal-Mart.

Glad to see the girls are marketing in Wal-Mart.

Posted on 21st Jul at 11:04 PM, with 1 note
Got drunk on individual pinchers of beer and bitched with one of my bffs at Applebee’s.
Posted on 20th Jul at 3:40 PM, with 24,748 notes


phasers’ slightly-used tablet giveaway


- Wacom Bamboo with original components & some original packaging

used a handful of times but I’d rather it go to someone who can spend more time with it!


- you don’t have to follow me but it’d be cool if you did

- like & reblog as many times as you wish

- no giveaway blogs please!

- I will ship within Canada and the continental United States

- your inbox must be open & I will need a non-P.O. Box address!

- winner has 48 hours to respond

giveaway ends July 23rd

good luck!

Posted on 20th Jul at 2:01 PM, with 101 notes


Direction and Cinematography in Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4 - “Oathkeeper”

What I love about what Game of Thrones director Michelle MacLaren is that she focuses on relationships between the characters. Game of Thrones is a show about relationships, yes, but she focuses on the dynamics between the characters in a way that respects and celebrates the true nature of every relationship that is onscreen. As a result, we see a large number of close ups in dialogue between characters in conjunction with many many short and significant linking shots. 

In this example, the simple action of Jaime handing his sword to Brienne is given meaning through the way it is filmed. MacLaren could have had Cinematographer Robert McLachlan simply shoot the action from far away, an understandable decision because it establishes a good on-camera spatial relationship between the two - but that would be a disservice to the significance of the action itself and the dynamic that Jaime and Brienne share.

Instead, we get a close up, with Jaime in the foreground, of the exchange. The camera noticeably lingers on their hands almost touching. Almost.

Through this shot, MacLaren suggests the true nature of their relationship - something that the characters aren’t sure of themselves, and most definitely are not aware of in this moment. Because we don’t see Jaime and Brienne’s faces, we are insiders to this critical piece of character insight that MacLaren wants to share with us. The audience is aware of what Jaime and Brienne have together (I won’t delve too much into that as I’ll go on for hours) and what they want them to have together. MacLaren knows and reaffirms this by filming them this way. It’s as though, by selecting carefully where to look at any one time, she is appreciating this dynamic as much as the audience. 

In general, my favorite thing about this scene is that it is muted with only three colours; yellow (gold), blue, and red to draw where your eyes should look.

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