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digivolvin:

man every time i rewatch captain america i’m like. so inspired by dr. erskine. what a dude. bleeding out in steve rogers’ arms and his final act before dying is to go in for a last second boob touch. like, the dude saw his window of opportunity closing and he snatched it. not gonna see pecs like those in a shirt that tight in the afterlife. gotta make every minute on earth count.

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fallen-inspiration:

Marvel Cinematic Universe 2014-2018:
Guardians of the GalaxyAvengers: Age of UltronAnt-ManDoctor StrangeThor III: RagnarokBlack PantherCaptain America III: RebornThe Invincible Iron Man (Iron Man IV)Avengers III

fallen-inspiration:

Marvel Cinematic Universe 2014-2018:

Guardians of the Galaxy
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Ant-Man
Doctor Strange
Thor III: Ragnarok
Black Panther
Captain America III: Reborn
The Invincible Iron Man (Iron Man IV)
Avengers III

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dewitts:

sodomywithsaddam:

okayyy can everybody stop talking shit about ppl who give their dogs and cats all-vegan diets, i fed my cat all raw vegan food since he was a kitten and he lived a very happy four years :)

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fyeahwintersoldier:

foundryofmuses:

fyeahwintersoldier:

"Put him on ice." 
This just makes me sick to my stomach and I just want to reach through the screen and save Bucky from this agony. The way he is staring at his own reflection. The confusion in his eyes. At this point, they already wiped the memories of who he was, so he doesn’t really recognize the image in front of him, and yet he reaches out and tries and touch it before his body freezes. I mentioned before how the only time Bucky might actually really have a look at his reflection are the moments before they turn him to ice. Because during these past 70 years, Bucky hasn’t been living. He has been kept frozen. When they needed him for a mission they thawed him out and then once he was done they would freeze up again. They don’t really explain it in the movie, but the reason behind this was because he was getting restless and too unstable. His memories were trying to come to the surface and like a confused and frightened child, he became violent and hysteric.  So they solved this problem by keeping his this way. How people still call him a villain after learning that is beyond me. 

#//which would mean he wakes up in the same position#still terrified#because his brain was preserved in that moment#it would have suffered considerable damage#his cells and nerves traumatised by the utter shock of thermal change#he probably endured seizures#some form of TBI#and respiratory issues when he fist wakes up#to say the least#he would be nothing more than docile because he would be physically unable to fight them off#while they injected him with some kind of stabiliser#and ran their tests to ensure he was functional#and this happened for 70+ years.#his brain still more malleable than a child’s#at this point more like a 6 month old baby#unable to recognise things around him#if only because of muscle memory.#which is still shoddy to say the least#if it were not for muscle memory#he would be unable to speak#but it’s a repetition#a routine#and he’s a soldier#so some part of him is still in his element.#whilst his captors take advantage of that#and purposefully inflict on him and manipulate him into stockholm syndrome.#because they need to ensure he won’t use the voice he still has#to turn against them.

And just when I thought this couldn’t get more heartbreaking. He probably wonders if he is even alive anymore because he is nothing more than a reanimated body who get’s thrown into a freezer once it has served it’s purpose. After so many years of this, he has grown to believe that this is normal for him. Because his work has been a gift to mankind. Because he has shaped the century. So this is just what needs to be done to him in order for that to happen. Because he is a means to an end. That this is what his life is all about and that he has no real choice in the matter. Wake up, get prepped, get wiped, find target, finish the mission, go back in the freezer, repeat. Sebastian was right to say that Bucky suffers from Post Traumatic Stress, or what they used to refer to as battle fatigue. His mental state is debilitated. Muscle memory is so important. Is all he really has. He knows how to walk, how to talk, how to fight. He knows this because his body remembers how to do these things. But he probably doesn’t know anything beyond that. How to really take care of himself. When you see him at the Smithsonian you just want to take him home with you and show him how to shave, and shower and be a person again. On the surface, he looks like such a threatening and dominant individual. Strip back the layers bit by bit and you have nothing but a fragile and confused man who doesn’t really know his own worth. 

fyeahwintersoldier:

foundryofmuses:

fyeahwintersoldier:

"Put him on ice." 

This just makes me sick to my stomach and I just want to reach through the screen and save Bucky from this agony. The way he is staring at his own reflection. The confusion in his eyes. At this point, they already wiped the memories of who he was, so he doesn’t really recognize the image in front of him, and yet he reaches out and tries and touch it before his body freezes. I mentioned before how the only time Bucky might actually really have a look at his reflection are the moments before they turn him to ice. Because during these past 70 years, Bucky hasn’t been living. He has been kept frozen. When they needed him for a mission they thawed him out and then once he was done they would freeze up again. They don’t really explain it in the movie, but the reason behind this was because he was getting restless and too unstable. His memories were trying to come to the surface and like a confused and frightened child, he became violent and hysteric.  So they solved this problem by keeping his this way. How people still call him a villain after learning that is beyond me. 

#//which would mean he wakes up in the same position#still terrified#because his brain was preserved in that moment#it would have suffered considerable damage#his cells and nerves traumatised by the utter shock of thermal change#he probably endured seizures#some form of TBI#and respiratory issues when he fist wakes up#to say the least#he would be nothing more than docile because he would be physically unable to fight them off#while they injected him with some kind of stabiliser#and ran their tests to ensure he was functional#and this happened for 70+ years.#his brain still more malleable than a child’s#at this point more like a 6 month old baby#unable to recognise things around him#if only because of muscle memory.#which is still shoddy to say the least#if it were not for muscle memory#he would be unable to speak#but it’s a repetition#a routine#and he’s a soldier#so some part of him is still in his element.#whilst his captors take advantage of that#and purposefully inflict on him and manipulate him into stockholm syndrome.#because they need to ensure he won’t use the voice he still has#to turn against them.

And just when I thought this couldn’t get more heartbreaking. He probably wonders if he is even alive anymore because he is nothing more than a reanimated body who get’s thrown into a freezer once it has served it’s purpose. After so many years of this, he has grown to believe that this is normal for him. Because his work has been a gift to mankind. Because he has shaped the century. So this is just what needs to be done to him in order for that to happen. Because he is a means to an end. That this is what his life is all about and that he has no real choice in the matter. Wake up, get prepped, get wiped, find target, finish the mission, go back in the freezer, repeat. Sebastian was right to say that Bucky suffers from Post Traumatic Stress, or what they used to refer to as battle fatigue. His mental state is debilitated. Muscle memory is so important. Is all he really has. He knows how to walk, how to talk, how to fight. He knows this because his body remembers how to do these things. But he probably doesn’t know anything beyond that. How to really take care of himself. When you see him at the Smithsonian you just want to take him home with you and show him how to shave, and shower and be a person again. On the surface, he looks like such a threatening and dominant individual. Strip back the layers bit by bit and you have nothing but a fragile and confused man who doesn’t really know his own worth. 

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fyeahwintersoldier:

the-enigma-and-the-abyss:

verysharpteeth:

bbuckybear:

Ok, I really want to talk about this scene, the last gif in particular because it is the most heartbreaking thing I have ever witnessed on screen. So Bucky lets them put that guard in his mouth and lets them push him back on the chair and strap him there like an animal. You can see that on the first gif, he waits for it like a soldier would. His face is resolute. It is his ‘bring it on' face, because this is his life and his mission and he is nothing but a weapon. The moment they strap him, his body twitches and there is a sudden change in his facial expression. But still, he waits for it and breathes because what else is he supposed to do? He can't rebel. He has no free will. Now, the third gif is what completely kills me. Moments before it happens, he blinks. He blinks deeply. That is the most human I have seen him in this entire movie. That is his cry for help. That is his resolution slipping away and his fear setting in. And he exhales, biting on that guard even harder. That is Bucky's 'dear god, why is this happening to me?

Notice how his breathing rapidly increases and the body muscles contracts. Supposedly the mind wipe wipes out his previous memories, missions, information or whatsoever, including the process itself. Here we see Bucky’s reaction to the “new experience”, his mind’s probably in a blank state but clearly his body remembers. Remembers the electric shock piercing through his nerve system, the brain numbed by the excruciating pain. The body is trembling and scared. Even if Bucky was keeping his fear inside, his body’s natural instincts and reflex betrays him. This certainly speaks truth to how dreadful the procedure was. 

The whole last gif is someone bracing themselves for how bad they’re about to be hurt. And the screaming. Up to that point the Winter Soldier himself is rather soft spoken when he does talk. And he’s a bad ass who we see get the tar knocked out of himself without so much as a word. But this is so bad he can’t stop screaming. Bucky breaks my heart because of all the Marvel characters, he’s treated the worst, hands down, villain or hero. He’s tortured over and over and over. Bucky is just hard to watch. And in spite of all that he still does something GOOD in the end.

"The whole last gif is someone bracing themselves for how bad they’re about to be hurt. And the screaming. Up to that point the Winter Soldier himself is rather soft spoken when he does talk. And he’s a bad ass who we see get the tar knocked out of himself without so much as a word. But this is so bad he can’t stop screaming.”

I don’t know if Sebastian made a conscious choice to do this or if it was accidental, but it is genius. I think he understands the character well enough though.  Just look at the way his eyes press together and then open up wide in terror. That heavy exhale as he prepares for what’s coming. Just think on how many times this has happened to him? How many times has he been sitting on this exact chair remembering something of his past life. Something that would bring some type of meaning to his robotic existence. All he really wants is to remember and at the same time because he has been conditioned not to feel anything, he doesn’t really know that he wants to remember. It is a horrible place to be in. Not only is the procedure physically agonizing, but he knows that the faint light that he is starting to see at the end of the very dark tunnel that has been his life, will completely be removed and he would be back to being a hollow shell of a man. And the fact that he accepting this torture willingly because he has been trained not to have a choice in the matter, kills me. 

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theperksofbeinganerd16:

geekishchic:

nuuku:

turtle-ambulance:

fun fact: “nolo” is latin for “do not want” so if someone says yolo you can say nolo and they’ll think its just a stupid comeback but in all actuality you’re speaking latin which is classy as shit so haha the jokes on them

and it means “(you’re) embarrassing” in finnish so it’s double joke on them

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The more you nolo

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Okay….

peter-andthelostboys:

zepolman:

Who the hell is this Tinkerbell?

Last I checked; Tinkerbell was a nasty cold, mean ass bitch like this:

Or this:

And what about this:

Or even this as well:

So I ask who the hell is this:

Because she sure as heck ain’t Tinkerbell.

Amen someone finally brought this out

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