Incase anyone wants to know if I have any pops. This is all I have as of now. I will get more, just won’t be getting them too often. Legends are my main focus and since they’re pretty pricey, I’d rather spend my money there. But I will post pops when I do get them. #marvel#dc#popfunko#popfunkos#actionfigures#collection#movies
It’s been a while since we watched Toy Story 4 and my younger son wasn’t that much into it lol
I was the one who wanted to get the collector’s popcorn bucket lol
Mais um filme de #superheroi top de vdd! Por mim teria filme assim de 3 em 3 meses. Acho irado deeemais! Ja na espera da continuação! Ah, tb gostei da escolha da atriz!
SINOPSE: Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) é uma ex-agente da Força Aérea norte-americana, que, sem se lembrar de sua vida na Terra, é recrutada pelos Kree para fazer parte de seu exército de elite. Inimiga declarada dos Skrull, ela acaba voltando ao seu planeta de origem para impedir uma invasão dos metaformos, e assim vai acabar descobrindo a verdade sobre si, com a ajuda do agente Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) e da gata Goose.
<He’s Just Not That Into You 2009> .
Frankly, the movie does fall into the cultural trope of portraying women as needy/clingy/desperate/stupid/getting cheated on by men. The story’s narrative solely revolves around a male’s perspective. If he doesn’t call back, he’s just not that into you. If he doesn’t give you his number, he’s just not that into you. If he’s not marrying or having sex with you, he’s just not that into you. Thus, the focal message of the story seems to hint that women are perpetually craving for the attention of men. And if he does fall in love with you (phew, at long last!) then you’re the lucky one - “enough for him." As for the other critics that say the movie reduces the cast into stereotypes, I think the mainstream media as a whole still lacks having two-dimensional characters for any minority groups. That being said, this 2009 film does mention upfront that women are trained to think that "jerky" men actually liked them because they were told since kindergarten that boys were just teasing you if they liked you. Ain't that a bit feministic for its time? Putting all these criticism aside — the movie was a pretty sweet rom-com I gleefully indulged in.