The second child killed in New Orleans in 3 days. I love my Tumblr followers, y’all reblog the hell out a Beyoncé post but ignore every single post about what’s going on in New Orleans. I’m not even sure why I expect any of you to be phased, our own politicians and police department don’t care either. But I, as well as thousands of other New Orleanians, will continue to stand for change. And we will not stop until our voices are heard. RIP baby girl
Rest in Peace Baby Gurl 💫
I see that’s y crime stoppers has the text option now here…I hope people will utilize it..RIP
This just breaks my heart. Violence against children is getting worse and worse.
this is the single most pretentious thing ive ever seen in my life im gonna vomit
this movie is going to be so terrible but I still feel an obligation to watch it
He sounds like such a d-bag. Just out loud say “I fear oblivion” and there you go. Undefinable proof he’s pretentious as fack
Yeah. Gus is supposed to be pretentious. That’s his character. That’s why it’s so weird that so many fans are getting mad at this. It’s an accurate assessment.
Wow, he didn’t seem so bad in the book, but actually hearing him say this shit somehow amplifies his douche levels like 1000%.
The casting on this just lost my seal of approval. To me, they are playing these characters totally wrong. I don’t disagree with the dialogue here - hell, I can be pretentious as fuck sometimes. But when people read a lot (as Augustus does) they tend to pick up on words, concepts, etc that help them deal with things. And sometimes people like that can only express themselves or deal with themselves in large words and grand phrases because it’s just become how they think. It’s how I think a lot of the time.
But still, it’s played wrong. They don’t put emphasis on the fact that he’s trying to front and be all grand (in the book, the line was supposed to be incredibly cheesyand badly delivered), proving he’s just an ordinary guy. Gus. The movie puts emphasis on “oh he’s just an ordinary guy” and then try to make him seem grand, an Augustus and not a Gus. It’s backwards.