Often I find myself utterly stunned by the art my sister creates and I like to share that beautiful art with you all as well. My sister, who, like me, loves Star Wars and is just as excited about The Rise of Skywalker as I am, created a beautiful picture to celebrate the upcoming Star Wars finale. When I saw it I HAD to let you all see it too. Enjoy!
I love this picture SO much. There’s a simplicity to this picture and yet it’s so complex at the same time. The TIE fighters and the Millennium Falcon are perfect. The stormtroopers beneath the looming Kylo Ren really make Kylo Ren look like the new Supreme Leader. And Rey, well, Rey is just amazing, right?
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day. May the Force be with you.
Avengers: Endgame is out and a LOT of people are talking about it. I’m sure there are a lot of you who still haven’t seen the movie and are skirting the internet trying to avoid any spoilers. Well, Google is here to help you out.
If you want to learn a bit about the movie but want to avoid spoilers just Google “Thanos”.
You see the gauntlet? If you click it all of the reviews and articles containing spoilers for the film will disappear. Yes, Thanos will, in actual reality, make stuff disappear. That’s rather awesome, right? Just go check it out. Even if you don’t mind spoilers it’s still fun to watch the effects of Thanos’s power. 🙂
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a magnificent day.
Six hours ago Avengers: Endgame ended. As the credits started rolling and I walked out of that theater I had to contain my composure and not break down balling as I left the theater. Yes, I was crying a waterfall of tears…literally. My eyes were so red from all of the crying I was doing that, according to my wonderful sister, they were about the same color as my red lipstick. No joking.
This movie got to my emotions so many times but literally the last scene, well, it was quite a doozy.
Avengers: Endgame is definitely a beautiful homage to all of the Marvel films that have come before in the MCU. If you’re not familiar with some of the movies in the MCU, Endgame is going to leave you baffled and a slight bit confused because there’s SO much going on. I mean, it was fan service at its finest.
Throughout the movie I found myself laughing, cheering, clapping, but most of all crying. There was a certain portion of the film that was so jaw-droppingly fantastic that I literally cried for I think two-three minutes straight. It was that awesome.
Joy. It was a feeling Ben Solo hadn’t felt in a long time. But as he leaned against a column watching Leia, Luke, and Lando reminisce about their past adventures with Rey and the heroes of the Resistance he actually found himself feeling happy.
He stood in a grand sitting room filled with white chairs, a perfectly polished white floor, red tables were spread throughout the area to give the space personality, the walls were lined with white columns, and on the far wall sat a massive, fifty-foot-tall window that allowed the beautiful light of the gorgeous sunset to paint the room in an unforgettable brilliance.
Everyone had dressed accordingly for the get-together, discarding their clothes fit for adventure and choosing to wear elegant robes and gowns or casual wear. Even Ben had adopted the idea of dressing leisurely, choosing not to wear his cloak and changing into a more comfortable black tunic with a V-neck and low collar.
His gaze kept falling upon Rey as she sat with her friends. Her hair was no longer tied back into a braid but was instead hanging loosely, falling to her shoulders. She wore a long-sleeved brown tunic lined with white, brown leggings, and her usual brown boots. He couldn’t help but think she was beautiful.
Rey’s eyes touched his for a moment and the two shared a smile before she averted her gaze. His smile lingered. And then, he heard his name called. He snapped to attention and found everyone looking toward him.