voldevolts:

"I think I’ll just go down and have some pudding and wait for it all to turn up - it always does in the end."

make me choose
acaeria asked: Choose between Luna and Ginny



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joshutchersonn:

get to know me meme - [2/10] favorite movies:  The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

“Once a king or queen of Narnia, always a king or queen of Narnia.”



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mayahan:

Star Wars Macarons



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spiderwater:

Pizza Planet Truck



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vriskasbby:

thriftstorewarfare:

…did…did Barbie just break the fourth wall. 

that is stacy you uncultured swine

PLEASE TELL ME YOU GOT THAT REFRENCE



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vriskasbby:

thriftstorewarfare:

…did…did Barbie just break the fourth wall. 

that is stacy you uncultured swine



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webgf:

dogs = world peace 



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runepage:

pat pat good cat



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radcanine:

Tell me a bedtime story

radcanine:

Tell me a bedtime story



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thesentencetrailsoff:

Monty Python Live is on and everyone else has left the room. This is why I don’t get on with my family.



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magic-murder-bag:

disruptedoriginal:

This motherfucker was walking around Comic-Con in a hyper-realistic Walter White/Bryan Cranston mask

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guess who was underneath this Bryan Cranston mask

fucking Bryan Cranston.

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Aaron Paul’s face is like a million different cries for help all molded into one expression



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lucyliuism:

g0thamsreckoning:

oh my gOD 

i hAVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR 29834798234 YEARS

lucyliuism:

g0thamsreckoning:

oh my gOD 

i hAVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR 29834798234 YEARS



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abeintexas:

Over the weekend I finally got to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and I am so glad I did (yes, I know I’m late to watching it but I was out on vacation). Besides being a great sequel to the 2011 film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, this film really blew me away with its CGI. During the movie I caught myself at times wondering if the creature I was seeing on screen was an actual living breathing ape or if it was simply animated (see: that last frame of the orangutan Maurice which really threw me for a curve). 

The technology in the film is called motion capture and it works by using reflective points on the skin to identify and capture an actors body movement and facial expressions (done via a camera that’s attached to a specially designed helmet). These data points are later used to animate a digital character around the actor and, as you can see from the gif set above, the results are very impressive with 100% of the actors emotions translating into the CGI effects. 

I find that often times we can be dismissive about the power of visual effects and CGI in films and television because of some very bad examples we’ve seen. Studios pump out the most basic storyline  and give the special effects department a shoestring budget to work with and leave audiences complaining about how gimmicky and plastic the film looked. 

I’m very glad that a film I had been looking forward to did it right. If you haven’t seen the movie yet I really recommend you do - it’s substantially better than the first and it features apes riding on horses (which should be reason enough to go watch).



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Tyrannosaurus Rex in London: Then and Now



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