Hi! My name is Michaela, I'm a 21 year old TV junkie from Romania. I basically love every character you hate. Sometimes I complain about things. Deal with it.
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"michaela is fierce and doesn’t give a fuck and that’s what i love about her" - Shelby
"i want to have ‘murdered by michaela and hugh dancy’s face’ written on my gravestone okay" - Leo currently on a marvel high you have been warned.

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I'll ''should'' you right through that window.

licensetocannibalize:

tbh none of the men in the show are good enough for alana bloom

elucipher:

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no, i don’t intend to quit the show—although i do feel significantly more disillusioned with it than i did twentyfour hours ago. 

alright, there’s one part of this i want to draw out: “I logically understand the reason behind it”. 

i think this is where the divide in the fandom about beverly’s death lies, so i’ll try to parse out why this creative decision bothers me.

to me it doesn’t seem logical or necessary or comprehensible. narratively and psychologically speaking, it seems clumsy: beverly is too clever and savvy and self-aware to knowingly venture into the home of someone she strongly suspects to be a vicious and powerful serial killer, without notifying someone else. characters—particularly female characters—exhibiting a sudden lack of rationale and self-preservation instinct is a horror-film cliche and hannibal should be better than that. 

to me, it was plainly reverse engineered: the writers decided that beverly had to die, and devised a situation in which that would occur. [the relevant quote from this interview is: “we can’t kill her yet because we haven’t done anything with her.” they intended to kill her in season one, but killed abigail instead, and developed beverly so that her death would “sting” more than it would have in season one.] 

and the only other rationale i can see for beverly’s death is to galvanise will to new levels of desperation—i.e. a textbook example of “fridging" a female character, subordinating her to a male character’s narrative. 

i mean, if hannibal knew that beverly would go to his house, why would he leave samples of human meat within easy reach? why not have beverly steal one of the samples from his kitchen, take it back to the lab, and discover it to be animal meat? beverly would suspect that hannibal had anticipated her, which would make her more suspicious—but still leave her without proof. which means that she could continue to be the agent of will’s investigation, while always glancing back over her shoulder for hannibal. that would’ve been fascinating and tense and creepy as hell.

the idea that a character “must” die—particularly a female character—is a fallacious one, i think. a strong theme within hannibal is that those who write the stories have the power. When you’re a storyteller, there is no “must”—there’s always a choice.

nuditea:

got no problem with watching a full season of tv in one sitting but when it comes time to pick a movie im like “am i really ready to pay attention to something for two hours”

if i accidentally liked one of your posts from a year ago, don’t worry. i’m not being creepy, i’m just going through my likes.

lessonsforchildren:

Why I think Elementary is better than Sherlock! AM I wrong?

cardiganism:

That’s it, that’s the show.

#THEY SHOOT THE ONES THEY LOVE #for all those assholes hating on alex for this#1. aint her fault that amanda clearly messed with her head #2. shoot the ones we love #noted ryan and alex havent necessarily established a specific relationship during the seasons #it’s kinda like they were just both there in the same place #but i’d like to think that alex deep down cares about what happens to ryan as he is a part of their team #also he’ important to nikita and nikita is important to alex #though that isn’t exactly the case right now #because alex’s wires are crossed #im happy that ryan and alex have finally gotten something #though i hate that it ended this way..

foodtrucker:

when someone follows all of your friends but you

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the show in one gif.

the show in one gif.

From Team Division to Team Nikita.