Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny
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300 of this year’s films distilled into a 7-minute exploration of the ideas we keep coming back to: the purpose of life, the nature of evil, the mystery of death, the power of love, and the inevitability of time.
You are the moon of my life. That is all I know, and all I need to know. And if this is a dream, I will kill the man who tries to wake me.
ALRIGHT NOW LETS TALK ABOUT THIS SCENE BECAUSE HOLY SHIT
We know it’s just a fantasy, right? Well, not quite - the House of the Undying is much more than an illusion or a trick. This is Dany’s perfect world - not on the Iron Throne, not with her brothers and parents - her perfect world is reunited with her husband and her son, the two greatest and cruelest losses in her short life. For all we know, that may actually be a shadow of Drogo’s spirit.
But think about what Drogo’s saying: "Maybe I refused to enter the Night Lands without you." Here’s a great and powerful Khal, a warrior, who lives his entire life knowing that when he dies he’ll ride in the Night Lands, the ambition of all the Dothraki. Their heaven, their Eden, their utopia is the Night Lands.
But it’s not his utopia without his sun and stars.
He literally is saying here that he refused to go into the Dothraki equivalent of heaven without Dany.
Maybe it’s really him, maybe it’s not. But the fact of the matter is that at least Dany hears him say this, after all this time she still loves him more than anything. And that’s love, bitch.
The best was when you accepted me into your cardio class and said, ‘If I hadn’t mistaken you for a butch, Israeli girl, I would’ve never let you in here.’ Well guess what Jane, I wouldn’t have either.
D&D Stats Explained with Tomatoes
Strength is being able to crush a tomato.
Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato.
Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.
Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad.
Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad.
All that and it wasn’t even Sammy.
the holiday + gpoy
This is Miss Mori, one of our brightest.