the scariest thing about the Hunger Games films is when Caesar Flickerman legitimately makes you smile because he is the one that turns this twisted fight to the death into mindless entertainment for the masses and in that moment you realize that just for a second it worked on you.
it worked on you for the whole movie. that’s why you paid to go see the movie
That’s also why you rewatch the movie, buy the t-shirts and stuff… It doesn’t just last the movie, it lasts even after. Because just like the Victory Tour… When you finally start to forget about it, they release something into the media to keep it fresh in your mind.
I have a theory that nobody actually works in Ikea. Their ‘employees’ are people that have gotten lost inside, and over the years they simply assimilate into the store. They find themselves wearing clothes that match the logo, they forget the need to eat or sleep. They are Ikea. Ikea is them. We are all Ikea.
I'm starting to understand why some people think musical theatre is weird
This is how I explain shows:
Little Shop of Horrors:an alien plant comes alive and starts eating everyone
Spring Awakening:German kids have sex and die
Rent:a group of friends in New York are poor and have AIDS and die
Book Of Mormon:it's making fun of Mormons who go to Africa and try to convert the Ugandans and most of them have AIDS
Avenue Q:Sesame Street on crack
Chicago:Lets murder people and get away with it because we are attractive!
Into The Woods:Aww cute princess stories OH MY GOD ACT 2!!!!?!
West Side Story:Romeo and Juliet with gang members.
Wicked:Musical fanfiction of fanfiction
Phantom of the Opera:Crazy disfigured guy living under a theater breaks into a girl's dressing room at night, teaches her to sing, and then goes all crazy jealous and starts killing people and wrecking the theater when she tries to become independent of him.
Thoroughly Modern Millie:Oh look at them! Livin large and livin it up! Too bad the Great Depression is going to hit in five years or so.
Pippin:King Charlemagne's son has an identity crises so he runs away, runs back, then runs away again.
Man of La Mancha:Crazy knight fights a windmill while the other one rides a donkey.
Les Miserables:everyone you love dies. The ones who live are just annoying.
Godspell:Hippy Jesus camp
Hair:Hippy Jesus camp set during the Vietnam War with much drugs, camping in the park, and burning of draft cards.
Sweeney Todd:Everyone sings, then unknowingly eat each other.