Rosie Does Tumblr
In which fandom needs to stop, fools, because you know not what you do...
Me: [laughs]
Julie: What?
Me: Someone posted that Benedict Cumberbatch fans had better prepare themselves because he'll probably die in Star Trek. Because, er... never seen that except in... OH.
Julie: Oh, God. You know, I think you were right about how the Star Trek fandom doesn't know what's about to happen...
Me: Oh, I think we're about to find out that fandom likes a LOT of dragon porn.
Julie: Oh, God.
Me: With tiny, tiny hobbitses.
Julie: Oh, GOD.
Me: And that dragon penises probably have barbs.
Julie: And knots.
Me: And probably fucking wings...
Julie: And are retractable...
Me: ... I think my ovaries just retracted.

third-star-till-the-morning:

And I’m seeing this photo of Martin children again- this is wrong guys… And it has almost 2k notes… To those who don’t know: take it down! It was requested by him and Amanda. Photo was taken without their permission.

if-benny-asks:

Hey, did someone ask for feels?
No?
Well, have them anyway.



*sobs quietly at their good, dead friendship*

if-benny-asks:

Hey, did someone ask for feels?

No?

Well, have them anyway.

*sobs quietly at their good, dead friendship*

“I’m going to swim out into that bay and I’m not coming back. I know the enormity of this, but I’m asking you to let me swim.”

This isn’t Tom Burke, it’s Adam Robertson.

Review: Third Star

Some tips on writing reviews: don’t include or directly speculate upon the essential, pivotal plot point in your review, when it is intended to shock the viewer. You render the film impotent.

The point of a review isn’t to run down the entire film and therefore spoil the reader (what’s the point of reading a review of something to see if you’ll like it and should watch it, if the person who reviews it gives away anything about the plot that may have kept you hanging on? That’s poor and lazy journalism) and especially on a website like Tumblr, where we frequently see people asking for opportunities to see the film, to post details like this without so much as a spoiler warning isn’t exactly cool.

While the quality of your writing is okay, the content needs work.

aseparatethought:

http://mshayleyr1989.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/third-star.jpgI cry when a movie, book or song is sad or emotional and I laugh really loud when it is funny. Rarely though I find movies that make me both laugh and cry. Third Star is one such film. A couple of weeks ago they showed it on BBC iplayer and I started to watch it because I liked Benedict Cumberbatch in Sherlock a lot and he is in Third Star. It is from 2010, directed by Hattie Dalton and stars Tom Burke, Benedict Cumberbatch, JJ Field and Adam Robertson. Imdb summarizes the story thus: ‘James and his three closest lifelong friends go on an ill-advised trip to the stunning coastal area of Barafundle Bay in West Wales. What follows is a touching and comical adventure dealing with friendship, heroism and love.’

Read More

10000hzwilde:

lornasp:

cumberbuddy:

benedictsbitch:

professionalblunder:

♠ 55/100 photos of Benedict Cumberbatch

What a beautiful pic

Gorgeous. 

Truly beautiful.

AND WHY THE FUCK DID YOU CUT DAVY?!


It’s so disappointing when people do that. :(

10000hzwilde:

lornasp:

cumberbuddy:

benedictsbitch:

professionalblunder:

55/100 photos of Benedict Cumberbatch

What a beautiful pic

Gorgeous. 

Truly beautiful.

AND WHY THE FUCK DID YOU CUT DAVY?!

It’s so disappointing when people do that. :(

northernbluetwo:

Oh, Davey:)

DAVY.

But thank you for that last gif - I’d never noticed how Ben runs his hand across Tom’s chest, before.

As this was my 500th like, it also gets a reblog. Lovely piece of art.

As this was my 500th like, it also gets a reblog. Lovely piece of art.

My Thoughts on Third Star

420mama:

To those who think that Jame’s decision was a stupid, selfish one:

What’s more selfish? Having your friend kill himself because he doesn’t want to deal with the pain anymore or you keeping your friend alive and in pain because you don’t want to let him go?

James was going to die no matter what. He chose to die in dignity and on his own terms and I fully respect that. If I were one of James’s friends I would have helped him. Yes, I would have been sad and heartbroken but I would have rathered him die like this then to see him waste away in pain.

Well, I’d say the selfish part is that he was, by asking them not to stop him from doing so after informing them of his explicit intent, making them accessories to his suicide - asking them to assist him in his suicide, literally, in Miles’s case - and that could land them all in prison.