#Prayers #Repost from @gcode2222 “If you see her please call the number 404-503-5848 or hit @robinhoodmills” via @InstaReposts
SIGNAL BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST!!!! Help Bring her home!
Boost. This is my home.
Growing up at Winterfell, all I ever wanted was to escape, to come here, to the capital. To see the southern knights and their painted armor, King’s Landing after dark, all the candles burning in all those windows.
Never fear the darkness, Bran. The strongest trees are rooted in the dark places of the earth. Darkness will be your cloak, your shield, your mother’s milk. Darkness will make you strong.
Blocking so many people in the Catwoman tag.
I mean, ‘ignoring’.
Leah Clearwater, The Twilight Saga
Daredevil was a terrible movie aswell… It is shocking they would consider making a sequal at all even one as embrassing as Elektra.The funny thing is, when Daredevil first came out, it was actually pretty popular? I mean it got some pretty good praise - how ‘dark’ it was, how ‘gritty’ and ‘real’ it was, etc. I remember reading a decent amount of positive reviews. But then as time went on it started getting called out more and more, and then with Elektra, they were saying it was going to be ‘dark’ and more faithful to the comics and really show Elektra as the ambiguous/darker character she is in the comics, but nope, it’s about her ~seeing the light and letting go of her past and her anger and whatever and just, UGH.
I pretty much try to ignore that Elektra is a sequel. She was my first superheroine obsession and I can’t lose that, lol. I do like your criticisms, though. Elektra was awesome for me but there are things that the industry should be called out on.I normally don’t think of it as a sequel cause it’s more of a spin-off, and they did try to distance themselves from Daredevil (including cutting the one scene that included Matt though it was a dream sequence) but even on its own, I hate it. It’s just that tonight when I was ranting about it, it really struck me that it’s INCREDIBLY hypocritical, because Elektra is punished for having similar issues that Matt has, but for him it’s part of his journey. Like Daredevil the movie is about him finding his path on his own, while Elektra is about a female character whose life is being manipulated by a man so that she can ~see the light.