Braden Summers traveled to six different countries to prove that no matter where you are, love is equal.
Y'know, in a land far, far away? (Or is that just where my sanity has gone?)
One of the many great things about Some Like It Hot is that it totally recognises what it’s like for women to be objectified. The first time you see Sugar, it’s that iconic pan-up jello-on-springs shot, where she is just The Object. But Jerry and Joe almost immediately learn what it’s like to be the object of sexual harassment. And Jerry, who here wants to be “a bull again”, by the end of the film has embraced his Daphne persona and realised that femininity isn’t just something to be either objectified or rejected.
tl;dr this film says more interesting things about gender and sexual politics than most media today.
You don’t know how much I love this movie.
so I’m photoshopping this picture of Karl Urban and Chris Pine:
and when I zoomed in to smooth some edges
I notice this
WHY THE FUCK DO YOU HAVE A HEART DRAWN ON YOUR FINGER
IS THAT A TATTOO? DID…