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Happy Holidays!

I woke up sick on Christmas, (nice timing, eh?) but I hope you guys had a swell time. ♥

Small batch, this. So much I want to icon, too little time.

01 - 04: The Avengers
05 - 10:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (part 2)
11 - 16: Game of Thrones (S2 trailer/bts)
17 - 20: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
21 - 22: RDJ/Jude (@ the Graham Norton show)







  • Please comment if you grab (or like) anything. It makes me happy!
  • Credit is appreciated.


Dec. 29th, 2011 03:55 pm (UTC)
*hugs* I am glad you are doing better :) Much love and huggles to you my dear <33

OMG it was awweeesome! I loved it, it was definitely better than the first one (which I enjoyed, but the second one was just better) I still think BBC Sherlock is my favourite though
Dec. 30th, 2011 09:01 am (UTC)
Thankies. *hugstight* <33

It was a better movie, yes. I loveloveloved the first one, how could I not, it got me shipping these two, but I loved this movie more, a lot more. (heee, I love BBC Sherlock, but I like the movie version of the characters and the interpretation of the Holmes/Watson dynamic, better. :D)
Dec. 30th, 2011 11:19 am (UTC)
I love both versions of Holmes and Watson, I think part of it is that the movie Holmes/Watson is much farther along in their relationship than the BBCs is (at the moment, anyway, we did start at their very beginning after all) so John is a bit less in awe of Sherlock and more likely to go in the huff with him... I do think that the modern Sherlock is more true to the books though. But all versions are enjoyable ^___^

I can't wait to see the movie again, I keep asking my brother when he wants to go see it xD
Dec. 30th, 2011 11:47 am (UTC)
I think both versions are very different and have merits of their own, I dislike comparing them, because I have immense love for both. BBC Sherlock is definitely closer to ACD's canon, and I love that the show gets to explore the beginnings of their relationship... I just completely adore RDJ and Jude's portrayals of Holmes and Watson; and the fact that the movies are so generous with slashy subtext doesn't hurt at all! ;D

I'm going to watch it again tomorrow! \o/ I hope you can too, soon.

Dec. 30th, 2011 11:51 am (UTC)
I agree! I think they are very different (I think all versions of Sherlock and John are very different, and that might be part of what makes them so exciting!) I think RDJ and Jude are just utterly fabulous and I love that their friendship shines through in their characters--they are funny and adorable and bicker like they are married, and the slashy subtext doesn't hurt a bit ;)

I will drag my brother out to see it if I have to!
Dec. 30th, 2011 12:01 pm (UTC)
It does, doesn't it? Their chemistry is golden, and they bring such adorable domesticity to Holmes/Watson, I love it! :D (also, I don't think there was anything subtext-y about the gay subtext in the second movie lol).

You must! I can't wait to properly flail over the movie. I hope there's fic for it already, I must look!
Dec. 30th, 2011 12:07 pm (UTC)
*shakes head* Subtext went right out of the window. I had to keep reminding myself I was watching this with my mum, I cannot squee too loudly! I love their domesticity, and how Mary is perfectly aware that she is John's second wife ;)

(my only nitpick was, and this is a canon nitpick and me being weird more than anything else, I feel, is that I didn't like Irene being a love interest--I like Irene, I do, just not as Sherlock's other half--and I think that's because I really quite love that Sherlock is pretty much asexual--and arguably that the only person he's genuinely 'loved' is John. I do like that she challenges Sherlock and gets one over on him on occasion...I was sorry to see her go really...but Moriarty did need to be a sinister prick and I like him...)

I'm sure there will be fic by now xD

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