18 4 / 2014

Fawkes is a phoenix, Harry. They burst into flame when it is time for them to die, and then they are reborn from the ashes.

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15 4 / 2014



Mind Palace John is fucking gorgeous.

Are you surprised

That’s how Sherlock sees him

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15 4 / 2014


when someone finds an old picture of you


and whoever found it just goes


(via lecterings)

15 4 / 2014


This purple pattern flickers on and off in front of Sherlock’s wound, John’s face and Sherlock’s face during the ambulance drive.

It is hidden in the middle of the flickering of the ambulance blinkers, but it differs from the light of the blinkers radically. The light of the blinkers is blue and white, it doesn’t flicker very bright inside the ambulance and it creates shadows. The purple light doesn’t create shadows and the pattern of it is the same in every shot, even in the mind palace. This means it is placed there afterwards, and someone placed it there on purpose.

Purple lighting is commonly used throughout the series. We see it in many scenes with great importance for the relationship between John and Sherlock: in ASiP during the dinner at Angelo’s, when Sherlock rejects John, and in the same episode in the Sherlock’s and cabbie’s two pills -scene behind a window on the background, before John saves Sherlock’s life. In TEH there is purple as well on the background when Sherlock rushes out of 221B to save John’s life, and in TSoT when Sherlock leaves the wedding after John has rejected him and laughed at those rumors. All these scenes make something shift in their relationship. They are scenes of feelings. If there is a theme color for the relationship and feelings between John and Sherlock, it is definitely purple.

Here in the ambulance scene we have a rapidly flickering purple pattern. The color symbol of their feelings highlights this:




…mind palace.

The theme color of their relationship flickering and fading, flashing on their faces and on the wound like an alarm. I don’t know what the pattern is or if it matters, but the color is there for purpose: it tells us this scene is important. This is about their relationship and their feelings. They are flickering, they are panicking.

And because Sherlock has already retreated into his mind palace and is barely conscious, this scene is especially from John’s POV. It means the panicked flickering represents especially John’s feelings. He is concerned, afraid, terrified. He sees their relationship flicker like it’s struggling to exist.

Wound, John and Sherlock. Then into the mind palace: the pattern fades away, flickering dies.

Sherlock dies.

We didn’t get to see weeping John or a bedside scene. The cinematography tells us what he felt.

Maybe John is red(warm,loving) and Sherlock is blue(cold,lonely) and together they become purple. But when Sherlock is dying, he is leaving John and there is just blue left.

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14 4 / 2014

oohh! BURN!!

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14 4 / 2014


"Joaquin Phoenix’s Commodus in Gladiator was certainly an inspiration for my characterization of Joffrey, that had a big impact, the smirk. It’s interesting sometimes  when an audience can empathize with a villain. But to get completely lost in it, it’s exciting just to be intrinsically evil and not to have a speck of good or humanity in their bones."- Jack Gleeson  (x)

(via samwiseg)

14 4 / 2014


"He’s going to die," Tyrion thought, "The boy’s only 13. Is he begging my forgiveness or does he think I can save him?"

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14 4 / 2014

2x04 | 4x02

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14 4 / 2014


3x09 - 4x02

14 4 / 2014

Robb Stark is dead. Sorry, I know he was like a brother to you, but my father put a knife through his heart. 

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