Her Oscar performance was just awful. She was singing too fast, she broke during the high note, did John Travolta even say her name? It was so weird. I’m so disappointed.
Tumblr law: Always reblog the queen.
If you don’t have this on your blog at least once, get out.
Anonymous asked: You don't ever blame Korra for anything. I really don't get it.
Nope. I love Korra, but she has screwed up in Book 2.
Here’s a list of what the fandom blames her for
Here’s a list of what I blame her for.
- Taking her frustrastions with Tenzin and her fathers hurtful decisions out on Mako. He didn’t deserve her anger and Korra needs to work on her social skills stat ( which is what Iroh just helped her with thankfully)
- Damaging property when Mako ratted her out instead of talking to him in private. I totally get why she was pissed and I’m sure she’s tired of all the men in her life undermining her but it shouldn’t have happened in public. (She reacts to nearly everything with bending and violence and it’s an obvious problem. This plays into her not being able to handle emotions properly do to her isolation. But again thanks to Iroh she’s learned that her anger affects everything around her. Everything that happened to her once she left RC has helped her grow and she’scome out of it a much calmer person. )
Here’s a list of things that I don’t blame her for
- Trusting Unalaq
- Threatening the judge
- Rallying for help for the SWT
- opening the second portal
Heres why I dont blame her for those things
- Unalaq is apparently very observant. He noticed Tenzin and Tonraq were hiding the fact that spirits were killing people. He also noticed they were lying about who chose to imprison her. So he chose to treat her like a person. He told her the truth about her imprisonment because he knew it would cause a rift. She had no reason not to trust him as he was literally only telling her the truth at that point. I would also like to point out Tenzin and Tonraq didnt even try to explain why they were letting the spirits kill people. So if someone says “this person has wronged you” and they have nothing to say for themselves…of course you would distance yourself from them. Unalaq hadn’t wronged her at that point and he was offering to teach her how to handle a very serious problem. A problem that no one else seemd to care about. Korra says in Civil Wars part one that Tenzin thinks she’s not ready to be the avatar. Where do you think she got that idea from? Then Unalaq, the opportunist, is right there saying “I do, I trust you”. He had everyone fooled , not just Korra. Her dad and Tenzin just didn’t want to lose control of Korra and that was their only problem with him. Tenzin even admitted he thought learning spirit bending was necessary in The Guide. In the end Tenzin and Tonraq’s lies are the problem.
- Had Korra not confronted the judge, her dad would be going to prison for life. She, along with everyone else, probably would have continued believing Unalaq helped her dad by getting him that sentence. No one would know Unalaq set her father up to be banished. She would have probably opened up the Northern portal. Unalaq would have won basically.
- She offered to help without involving outsiders. Her dad insisted that she needed to get outside help and said the SWT lives were depending on it. Once again he didn’t trust in her abilities.The rest is history.
- If she didn’t open the second portal Jinora would have suffered a fate worse than death. Korra isn’t evil so that wasn’t an option. I’m disturbed that some of you think it was TBH.
Please don’t put words in my mouth anon. Thanks and bye.
They should make an animated short where Sully is an old monster and spent the remainder of his life after scaring remaking Boo’s door. When he finally finishes the door he goes back to Monsters Incorporated and places it in a door slot. The light turns on and Sully opens the door to find Boo’s room. He shuffles in and stands next to the bed. There is a girl in it, but it isn’t Boo. Sully frowns and starts heading back to the door. However before he could reach it he trips and falls creating a loud thud and waking the girl. The girl looks down at Sully and is terrified. She does not scream she just runs out of the room. Sully can not get up, he is to weak to lift himself. Minutes later the girl returns with a women in hand. The women lets go of the girls hand and covers her mouth as she gasps. She runs over to Sully and lifts his head up and looks at him with tears in here eyes. “Kitty?” She asks. Sully smiles and says “Hi Boo.” He watches the tears roll down her face as he begins to drift away. Then everything goes black.
slow down satan