Benedict Cumberbatch

The alarmingly talented English star

When I was about 25 years old, I worked with two very good actors. The encounters were brief, but I’ve remembered them both with great admiration. Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton both embodied qualities which one is fogyishly tempted to look at with nostalgia. Along with very considerable talent, they had elegance, glamor, wit, kindness and decency.

I didn’t know at the time that they were married or that they had a son of about 10 who was quietly gestating all the same attributes. And now, 30 years later, the boy has been let loose. He has taken the form of Benedict Cumberbatch.

His parents’ qualities are on rampant display. It’s rare to the point of outlandish to find so many variables in one actor, including features which ought to be incompatible: vulnerability, a sense of danger, a clear intellect, honesty, courage — and a rather alarming energy. I take no pleasure in feeling humbled, but there’s no getting around it.

He must be stopped.

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SIK II: a recap.

Bless you Amy. You still don’t know where to put hands.

While Sheldon just grabs you and kisses like a boss


SIK II: a recap.


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Save a place for me, HIMYM Fanfic ›

One shot

Rating: K

Characters: Ted and Tracy Mosby

Summary: In which Ted tried to play the acoustic guitar for a surprise wedding anniversary gift to Tracy

A/N: Massive HIMYM withdrawal alert. For best reading, listen to Matthew West’s Save a Place for me. And I’m sorry in advance.

5 April 2014    Reblog    


Elsa + left-handed

Some studies have found that left-handed people tend to be more vulnerable to negative emotions such as depression and anger. They are more prone to fear. Their brain hemispheres have more symmetry than right-handed people, which explains why their skills are most randomized and less specified to either side of the brain.

So, how is this relevant to Elsa, you may ask? These facts more or less support the intense fear that Elsa experienced when Anna was hurt and when the prophecy was revealed to her—which led her to a life of isolation and loneliness. Elsa’s love and instinctive nature to protect Anna had made this even more difficult for her and this, in turn, had worsened her fear. Note that fear isn’t good for Elsa for this will only make her power uncontrollable and dangerous. It was also observed that Elsa’s susceptibility to experience fear had made her quick to anger when she was threatened.

This, and the other little details that were put into the film, have made me love the movie a whole lot more.

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