I hate it when people get so butthurt about the movie not being EXACTLY like the book down to every last little detail. The movie is just BASED on the book. It’s not supposed to be an exact remake. And even if the movie is terrible (cough Beautiful Creatures cough) it shouldn’t “ruin the book for you”. And if it does, you were never a true fan of the book in the first place. Sorry not sorry.
If you think you could do a better job turning a book into a movie then quit complaining endlessly about it and do it yourself!
END OF RANT.
Katniss: “But I’m not pretty.”
Peeta: “No, you’re beautiful and my nightmares are usually about losing you.”
Clary: “But I’m not pretty.”
Jace: “No, you’re beautiful and as long as I can still dream, I will dream of you.”
Tris: “But I’m not pretty.”
Tobias: “No, you’re not and I would only go to your funeral if there was cake.”
I didn’t know we were doing spoiler tags! Okay, #cobspoilers it is.
SPOILERY COMMENT: For the record, what I kind of love about this scene is the inversion of the “women in fridges” trope — these aren’t women who get trapped in fridges. Instead, they use fridges to kill. :D Also the line “I did just save your life” — could have been a fairly standard line except for Jamie’s delivery which defines comic timing. Thank you Jamie.
New TMI: City of bones clip
This is the mother of spoilers so don’t watch if you don’t want to see any more scenes from the movie!
PS. Also don’t forget to tag your gifs/graphics with CoBspoilers :)
"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."
Animal Farm. George Orwell. London, Secker & Warburg, 1945. First edition. Original dust jacket.
"No parable written since Gulliver’s Travels is equal in profundity and mordant satire to Animal Farm." — Arthur Koestler
Zeke glares at his brother, then puts him in a headlock and rubs his knuckles into Uriah’s skull. Zeke may be smaller than Uriah, but he must be stronger. Or at least faster. Uriah smacks him in the side, and he lets go.