American Horror Story: Easter
American Horror Story: Easter
One of a kind
5 minute warning.
'Isn't a kind of a trip to know you have your own action figure?' 'It’s pretty dope.’ (c)
Now that you’re having triplets, I need you to avoid stress.
— Sophie Turner, in response to Sansa hate (x)
"Perhaps it’s appropriate that Frozen doesn’t become remarkable until Elsa’s rousing coming out, but that doesn’t help the overall weakness of the movie’s first act. The prologue involving Anna’s injury fires off foundational plot points like a gatling gun, and it’s alarmingly nuance-free, even by old-school Disney standards. What immediately follows is as transparently inept as it is naggingly expositional, with Elsa conveniently tucked away to make room for Anna’s characterization, and scenes like one that snakes through a town of gabbing civilians, just so each can serve up a different piece of necessary narrative. […]
"The goings-on of Anna and Kristoff’s quest are fresh and funny, particularly when they come across Olaf, a Mr. Potato Head-like snowman with an endearing, blissfully ignorant hankering for summer. And while they’re initially explored with thin familiarity, the film’s empowering themes of feminine strengths and bonds eventually flourish in novel fashion. There are men among Elsa and Anna, but none are essential to either woman’s self-realization, nor do men hold the key to Arendelle’s revival."
R. Kurt Osenlund, Slant Magazine
Alternative Candidate Rating: 4/5
You know, funny story: There’s this craft store called Michaels. Look, my sister knits, and she goes to Michaels. So my sister called me and she’s like, “Oh my god, I’m at Michaels, picking up yarn. You have a poster at Michaels.” I’m like, “What?” She’s like, “There’s a poster, there’s a Falcon poster at Michaels.” I’m like, “Holy s**t!” She’s like, “I’m gonna come and pick you up, and we’re gonna see your poster in this store.” So she picks me up and we go to Michaels.
We go in, and I see the poster and I’m like, “Oh, this is….” She’s like, “I know, I know.” I said, “I’m gonna sign these posters.” I was like, “That would be amazing, you buy a poster and it’s like, actually signed by the Falcon.” Like, it would blow my mind. So I go to the front, I buy a Sharpie, I run back to the back of the store. And she’s like, “I’m gonna take a picture of you signing it.”
I’m in this store and I’m signing all the posters. The manager comes out, he’s like, “Hey, whatcha doing?” I was like, “Oh man, I’m signing these posters so when people buy ‘em, they’re signed.” He’s like, “Well, people are not gonna buy ‘em if they’re signed.” And I was like, “No, no, no, it’s cool. I’m pretty sure there won’t be a problem.” And he goes, “Yeah, but it is gonna be a problem, you’re messin’ up my inventory.” And I’m like, “No, my man, trust me. I mean, I’m the Falcon, that’s me!” And he goes, “Yeah, right. You’re gonna buy those posters.” I said, “What?” He’s like, “You’re gonna buy all those posters or I’m gonna call the police.”
He rolls up all the posters and goes to the front of the store. And I had to buy like 60 Falcon posters that I signed in Michaels.”
— Anthony Mackie getting in trouble for signing his posters at a Micheals (x)
my ideal weight is the weight of me holding eight puppies