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pentapoda:

Steve Rogers and his response to strong women.

I feel like all of Shield has such as soft spot for their defrosted Capsicle, and they’re all trying to shepherd him into the modern era… Steve’s gotten used to it, you know? People are always willing to help him. 

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philcoulson:

battle | buckeebarnes vs. spuzz | [one ship: bucky/steve]

philcoulson:

battle | buckeebarnes vs. spuzz | [one ship: bucky/steve]

Ghosts in the Machine*

okayophelia:

Rambling meta on Steve, SHIELD/HYDRA and the Winter Soldier. (with some bonus natasha and sam).

basically: this film was entirely about how people are the ghosts in even the most perfectly controlled machines, whether that be a human body a national security force, or a tidal wave of manufactured, mechanized new-age fear. And Cap? He’s a really fucking good medium.

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The shield

spuzz:

Discussion of shield use in the movie SPOILERS

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But I knew him

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pontmercied:

but i knew him… (a steve/bucky playlist because im a masochist)

1) a portrait of the trequartisita/los campesinos 2) the draw/bastille 3) when you were young/the killers 4) racing like a pro/the national 5) this is gospel/p!atd 6) all these things that i’ve done/the killers 7) black balloon/the goo goo dolls 8)for the widows in paradise;for the fatherless in ypslianti/sufjan stevens 9)the end of all things/p!atd 10)adventures in solitude/the new pornorgraphers

listen

pontmercied:

but i knew him… (a steve/bucky playlist because im a masochist)

1) a portrait of the trequartisita/los campesinos 2) the draw/bastille 3) when you were young/the killers 4) racing like a pro/the national 5) this is gospel/p!atd 6) all these things that i’ve done/the killers 7) black balloon/the goo goo dolls 8)for the widows in paradise;for the fatherless in ypslianti/sufjan stevens 9)the end of all things/p!atd 10)adventures in solitude/the new pornorgraphers

listen

allofthefeelings:

I LIED I CAN’T DO THIS WITHOUT SPOILERS

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hellotailor:

SPOILER ALERT FOR CATWS

When it came to using HYDRA as the antagonist once again, Winter Soldier's writers were caught between a rock and a hard place. At face value, the concept of an evil organization infiltrating SHIELD is perfect for the Winter Soldier storyline (“You shaped the century.”) and can be linked in with real-world concerns about PRISM and drone strikes. Unfortunately, the filmmakers couldn't really create a new, more plausible evil conspiracy when they already had HYDRA ready and waiting in the sidelines of the Captain America mythos. This meant they then had to try and legitimise a scenario where thousands of SHIELD agents decided to join a blatantly evil secret society with roots in a Nazi cult — without ever being detected.

With a villain as wide-ranging as HYDRA, they had to give us a few entry characters to illustrate various aspects of the organization. Zola represented the cartoonishly evil Nazi backstory, while Alexander Pierce had a far more pragmatic explanation for why he believed in HYDRA’s goals. The weakest point was definitely Sitwell, as he was seemingly introduced as the “human” side, kind of like the supervillain equivalent of Coulson’s benevolent middle-management schtick in Avengers.

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hellotailor:

claireunderwood:

To build a better world sometimes means tearing the old one down … and that makes enemies.

THIS IS HORRIBLE. STOP GIVING ME HORRIBLE EMOTIONS.

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schnephanie:

THIS IS SO HELPFUL FOR WHEN YOURE ORDERING CLOTHES ONLINE AND DONT KNOW HOW TO LOOK UP WHAT YOU WANT!!

schnephanie:

THIS IS SO HELPFUL FOR WHEN YOURE ORDERING CLOTHES ONLINE AND DONT KNOW HOW TO LOOK UP WHAT YOU WANT!!

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