'This isn’t the end. Not even close. We’ve lost entire cities. We still don’t know how it started. We bought ourselves some time. It’s given us a chance. Others have found a way to push back. If you can fight, fight. Help each other. Be prepared for anything. Our war has just begun.' - World War Z
okay woWIE YOU GUYS REALLY NEED TO WATCH THIS BECAUSE PANTENE DID A COMMERCIAL ABOUT HOW SHIT LABELS AGAINST WOMEN ARE AND ITS JUST SO GREAT WOWIE
Photobombed by a butterfly. [x]
WHO TOLD YOU THIS WAS FUCKING OKAY
Perhaps you don’t know the only fucking thing an anchor is designed to do. Just to be safe, I’ve fixed your tattoos for you. - Craig
if this doesn’t become a famous text post, i think i’d go insane…
'An anchor is a device normally made of metal, that is used to connect a vessel to the bed of a body of water to prevent the craft from drifting due to wind or current. The word derives from Latin ancora, which itself comes from the Greek ἄγκυρα (ankura).'
the anchor prevents a ship from drifting, which can cause it to sink
stop being a jerk about other people’s tattoos tHAT MAKE SENSE
I keep reading articles saying that the marketing of Fast 7, should the studio once decides to go on or not, would find difficulties in the light of Paul’s tragic accident because the film glamorizes high-speed car chases
so then how about just not market it about the car chases then? why not market the film about family, the real theme that this film franchise has always been about, even more than the car chases and action? why not market this film the way it should be, let the world finally see past the surface and realize that this franchise is about this family
don’t market the film as about action and car chases, market it as a story about family, about family fighting for justice, fighting for the ones they love - surely people can relate to that even more than high speed car chases - make the marketing focus about the family unit, make it about the love between these characters and how it pushes them into the events of this film, market it as a family that will never stand apart and always together, a family that will brave every storm that comes their way
market the film the way the studio released that video tribute for Paul, remember the importance of that family, that love, and what “salute mi familia” all means - focus on that - follow that path
that is how you can market and promote the next film with sensitivity, that is how you can do it to honor Paul
the elsa and anna singing dolls are motion activated so whenever you walk by the frozen section at the disney store i work at you are greeted by a chorus of ‘let it go’ and ‘for the first time in forever’
reason #2432423 to watch the fast and the furious movies
you’ve been beside me the whole damn time
"My Facebook and Instagram couldn’t stop crying over a man who drove cars in a movie."
This sentence. This one sentence shows just how little you actually know about what kind of person Paul was. There was so much more to him than just his acting in the F&F franchise. He was a loving father of a teenage daughter who moved in with him shortly before his death, so they could spend more time with each other. Meadow was everything to him. If you ask his co-stars, his friends; his daughter was all he talked about. He was a family man and loving father.
Paul cared for his fellow human beings, and sure, if you wanna play comparison with a legend like Nelson Mandela then be my guest, but just because Paul’s work wasn’t as “significant” as Mandela’s doesn’t make it void or any less important. Paul did a lot for people in need with Reach Out World Wide, an organization that he has founded, one he was doing a fundraiser for just an hour before his life came to an untimely end. He wasn’t doing charity work for his image or publicity — which is probably why a lot of people didn’t even really know about it; he did it out of the good of his heart, because it was something he loved to do, and he kept it “behind-the-scenes,” for the most part.
If you don’t know a thing about Paul and his courageous spirit — maybe because you were never really all that into his acting or the kind of movies he played and therefore didn’t know a lot about him, which is fine — either educate yourselves on the amazing work that he has done, outsite of his acting career, or just… maybe keep your opinions on him to yourself and stop making us — his fans — feel bad for mourning somebody we admire, somebody we’ve looked up to.
I guess I just wish people would keep it out of his tag. None of these discussions have anything to do with Paul. Let’s stop comparing the deaths of two people. Let’s stop comparing their lives or the impact that they’ve had on the world, on the people living in it. Because they both have had big impacts on the world, just in completely different ways. But that doesn’t make either one less important than the other.
At the end of the day they both cared more for the well-being of others than their own, and that makes them both absolutely amazing and wonderful people, so let’s put the petiness aside and celebrate the good that they have done with their lives and mourn their loss as we see fit, each in their own ways, without making anybody feel bad.
RIP, Paul Walker. RIP, Nelson Mandela. We shall meet again one day.