• Every girl wants a bad boy who will be good just for her.
    — (via 7195km)

  • buckyderp:

    if you don’t think this is the saddest thing in the whole of the MCU then you’re very very wrong.


  • haaaaaaaaaaytham:

    "i want to watch captain america 2 again," i say as i walk out of the theater after watching captain america 2 for the fourth time


  • I’m no hero, guilty as charged.


  • Jefferson + his gun (1x07)

  • What’s Your Number? Bloopers


  • fyeahwintersoldier:

"Put him on ice." 
This just makes me sick to my stomach and I just want to reach through the screen and save Bucky from this agony. The way he is staring at his own reflection. The confusion in his eyes. At this point, they already wiped the memories of who he was, so he doesn’t really recognize the image in front of him, and yet he reaches out and tries and touch it before his body freezes. I mentioned before how the only time Bucky might actually really have a look at his reflection are the moments before they turn him to ice. Because during these past 70 years, Bucky hasn’t been living. He has been kept frozen. When they needed him for a mission they thawed him out and then once he was done they would freeze up again. They don’t really explain it in the movie, but the reason behind this was because he was getting restless and too unstable. His memories were trying to come to the surface and like a confused and frightened child, he became violent and hysteric.  So they solved this problem by keeping him this way. How people still call him a villain after learning that is beyond me. 

    fyeahwintersoldier:

    "Put him on ice." 

    This just makes me sick to my stomach and I just want to reach through the screen and save Bucky from this agony. The way he is staring at his own reflection. The confusion in his eyes. At this point, they already wiped the memories of who he was, so he doesn’t really recognize the image in front of him, and yet he reaches out and tries and touch it before his body freezes. I mentioned before how the only time Bucky might actually really have a look at his reflection are the moments before they turn him to ice. Because during these past 70 years, Bucky hasn’t been living. He has been kept frozen. When they needed him for a mission they thawed him out and then once he was done they would freeze up again. They don’t really explain it in the movie, but the reason behind this was because he was getting restless and too unstable. His memories were trying to come to the surface and like a confused and frightened child, he became violent and hysteric.  So they solved this problem by keeping him this way. How people still call him a villain after learning that is beyond me. 


  • briecheesie:

    i’m not saying bucky should spend most of cap 3 crying and kissing steve, but i am saying they’d be smart to play to sebastian stan’s strengths


  • meekobits:

How I wanted it to end.

    meekobits:

    How I wanted it to end.



  • archatlas:

    The Island Tim Gruber

    The Island documents life on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The long and narrow string of barrier islands for many is a vacation destination. For me, it is much more. It is a place where I fell in love, married and now I’m trying to discover the peculiar qualities that have me so intrigued by this little island. The Island is my connection to a place that like the tide has its highs and lows.



  • mariillustriousmakinami:

    friendly reminder that (condescending passive aggressive opinion) (japanese emote) 


  • bucky?
    steve.



  • BW