Queer Cosette, You're Such A Lonely Child

Pansexual and genderqueer student, unresolved pronouns (she/her and they/them if you gotta!) with an interest in tea and knitting. Current fandoms: Marvel Comics, Les Miserables, Welcome to Night Vale. Operating on Eastern Standard Time.

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You people who I don’t even know who tag sambuckynatsteve with barbershop quartet are literally the best and I love you.

The fact is that a straight group of friends won’t stay homogenously straight very long once a queer person gets introduced into their ranks. Usually that queer person has insight that will lead close straight acquaintances to different conclusions about their identities.


"what are the chances of EVERYONE in a group of friends being queer" you do realize that we all tend to flock together like penguins huddling for warmth in a cold, heteronormative world, right

I love this notion that cishet people have that at some point queer people just leave the queer nest and go on idk? internships with straight groups to learn their ways and eventually assimilate.

IRL I have two close friends who are cishet. TWO.

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Bastille - Diamonds & Waste

Diamonds & Waste - Bastille (Kate McGill cover)

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“[…] If Snowpiercer had merely told the tale of an oppressed working class rising up to seize power from an evil overlord, it would already have been an improvement over most of the political messages in mainstream cinema. There are all sorts of nice touches in its portrayal of a declining capitalism that can maintain its ideological legitimacy even when it literally has no more bullets in its guns.

But the story Bong tells goes beyond that. It’s about the limitations of a revolution which merely takes over the existing social machinery rather than attempting to transcend it. And it’s all the more effective because the heart of that critique comes as a late surprise, from a character we might not expect.

[…] All too often, explicitly political art fails as both art and politics. Socialists shouldn’t put up with half-assed imitations of popular genres, nor with political messages denuded of anything but the lowest common denominator.

What makes Snowpiercer satisfying is that it commits neither error. It’s an engrossing and stylish movie, and its underlying themes go beyond merely pointing out class exploitation to challenge the logic of capital. It’s a movie that should be seen as widely as possible, if only so that Bong Joon-ho gets more chances to make movies for English-speaking audiences that badly need them.”


Women’s Noir - A list of films made during the Hollywood studio system that mix the genres of film noir and “women’s pictures” (melodrama) and place a woman who is more than a man’s love interest, girl friday, or femme fatale at the center of the narrative.

Ladies in Retirement (1941, Charles Vidor)
The Seventh Victim (1943, Mark Robson)
Christmas Holiday (1944, Robert Siodmak)
Mildred Pierce (1945, Michael Curtiz)
My Name is Julia Ross (1945, Joseph H. Lewis)
Shock (1946, Alfred L. Werker)
The Spiral Staircase (1946, Robert Siodmak)
Strange Impersonation (1946, Anthony Mann)
It Always Rains on Sunday (1947, Robert Hamer)
Born to Kill (1947, Robert Wise)
The Man I Love (1947, Raoul Walsh)
Possessed (1947, Curtis Bernhardt)
Deep Valley (1947, Jean Negulesco)
Lured (1947, Douglas Sirk)
Sleep, My Love (1948, Douglas Sirk)
Secret Beyond the Door… (1948, Fritz Lang)
Raw Deal (1948, Anthony Mann)
Sorry, Wrong Number (1948, Anatole Litvak)
Caught (1949, Max Ophüls)
The Reckless Moment (1949, Max Ophüls)
Beyond the Forest (1949, King Vidor)
Flamingo Road (1949, Michael Curtiz)
Whirlpool (1949, Otto Preminger)
No Man of Her Own (1950, Mitchell Leisen)
The File on Thelma Jordon (1950, Robert Siodmak)
Born to Be Bad (1950, Nicholas Ray)
Woman on the Run (1950, Norman Foster)
The House on Telegraph Hill (1951, Robert Wise)
Clash by Night (1952, Fritz Lang)
Sudden Fear (1952, David Miller)
The Blue Gardenia (1953, Fritz Lang)
The Bigamist (1953, Ida Lupino)
Dangerous Crossing (1953, Joseph M. Newman)
Private Hell 36 (1954, Don Siegel)
Crime of Passion (1957, Gerd Oswald)

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Highlights of the new “Mockingjay” trailer

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Anonymous said: Imagine that Natasha loves to sing in the shower. Loudly


she’s a good singer, though, which makes it bearable.

the best days are the ones when she’ll hear her boys harmonizing with her from the other side of the door, bucky as a bass and sam able to hit high falsetto notes with steve somewhere in the middle.

one day the four of them are in the tower when natsha starts humming, and before the other avengers know it they’ve broken out into a perfect barbershop quartet rendition of “bohemian rhapsody”, which jarvis discreetly uploads to youtube.

"hey, now you can’t use the excuse that all the men in your barbershop quartet are dead," natasha jokes to steve, and he hits her with a pillow.

Simon Monroe looks like Ted Hughes and it fucks with my head.


Margaret Hamilton in some behind-the-scenes home movies. Note that her hair and makeup are slightly different from what appear in the film; it’s the earlier Richard Thorpe conception of the Wicked Witch of the West.

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this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable

Why are they all white and beiberesque?

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the day I stop drawing Enjolras will be the day they sign my death certificate

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