tea_and_ink: (bound to catch the heavens if they fall)
So, on the subject of Sherlock Holmes I have an issue/question/different point of view )

So, what gives? What was your experience in this respect?
tea_and_ink: (down the barrel of a winchester)
No, really. Take a guess.

Well, ST of course.

RECS! Because I'm generous and stuff. Also, I feel my life is more complete after having read this stuff, which means I'm likely to smile more often simply by remembering bits and ends. Now, assume one of this memories jumps on the passenger seat while I'm walking down the street, assume now that the inevitable smile that takes over my face, somehow, gets passed on to somebody else and, for a little while at least, their day is that tad bit brighter.  Isn't that a nice assumption?


Y'all bow to me, now.

The following are PG, so, safe for everyone and their dogs.

Only the Good Die Young by [livejournal.com profile] _seven_crows  Chekov being adorable. Also, Kirk makes sound effects, there are discussions about naked singularities, Spock takes on responsibilities that may not be quite as suited to him as originally thought. Much fun is had by all. Unless you're Chekov.

Four Consequences of the Unexpected and Unlikely Friendship Between James T. Kirk and Nyota Uhura
by[livejournal.com profile] trisfic  Laugh. Out. Loud. And then some. It is slightly terrifying because, zomg should this two ever become this awesomely BFFs the galaxy should tremble. There's some poetry involved, as well.

The Enterprise: of Warp Barriers, Captains, and Other Scary Things by [livejournal.com profile] karanguni  some more Chekov being generally awesome, and Kirk being all-around trouble. Also featuring Spock figuring stuff out in a heart beat and being appropriately stoic about it.

A Fucking Space Opera (or Six Characters Who Didn't Board The USS Enterprise)
by [livejournal.com profile] oxoniensis  Fandoms crossover ahoy! Sam and Dean are in it too.

Captain Awesome and His Amazing Enterprise by [livejournal.com profile] vaingirlfic  they are in a rock band. High School AU but that's not the point, the point is: THEY ARE IN A BAND. Surprisingly? not as cracky as the premise suggests. Still, tremendously hilarious because, get this, they are in a band.

People Who Repair Quantums, or Five Planets the Enterprise Never Visited by [livejournal.com profile] ignipes  This one is possibly my favorite so far. Every single piece is perfect and also? it features fandoms that I've been known to fangirl pretty hardcore. Kind of taylor-made, if you will.

Um. This is it. For now. I have to go categorize and track down put in one single place all the others I want the world to see (again, most likely). If you've already read these ones, well then go read again because they are just. That. Good.


tea_and_ink: (time lord)
Dear Flist.

Your Star Trek fics, I wants them. Pimp 'em out. Even if they're not yours but you feel the world is more complete because they exist. Or, y'know, you just like them.

In short: gimme Star Trek ficcage y'all!

Much love, Me.

P.S.: ST icon pimpage is also strongly encouraged.
tea_and_ink: (down the barrel of a winchester)
Okay, so I know you've all seen it by now (and if you haven't dude, Gollum was better informed of the world outside, I mean even I had seen it, so.) but it's one of those things you (I) want to put on repeat till the cows come home.

::thrums with excitement:: Cannot. Wait.
tea_and_ink: (bookish)
Apparently there's a new Dune movie confirmed, now this will either be fantastically marvelous or tremendously painful. Whichever way it goes, it's gonna be epic.

Not sure how I feel about this. I need to know who's gonna script it, direct it and such. Until then...

ETA: um, yeah, the article actually says Peter Berg will be directing it, but I still need to know who's gonna write the script and who's gonna play Leto Atreides, yis.
tea_and_ink: (river)
Children of Men….
Just saw it. And oh God, that was touching. I actually sobbed there. Alfonso Cuarón plus Clive Owen should be a chemical formula, a mathematical equation, a physics postulate. Really.

It was beautiful, made me laugh, made me cry, made me think. It's a real work of art.

Two things

Mar. 30th, 2007 11:11 pm
tea_and_ink: (Jensen)
1. Saw 300, got slashy thoughts...  I am not a slasher, that slashy the movie is. All in all, the great knowledge I came out with was: a.) spartans worked out like whoa; b.) Props to special effects unit. Really; c.) I like movies with aesthetic beauty (I don't mean the male population displayed... only), the planes, the colors, the saturation, the effects. Dudes, I swear that fying head? classy. S'all I'm sayin'; d.) I cannot remember that Faramir guy's name! its killing me, but I refuse to go to Imbd.; e.) everywhere is appropriate for flirting. Even a huge pile of dead guys. 'Cuz they're manly men, they so can flirt with each other in front a stinking pile of recently slaughtered men. 

2. This one is for [personal profile] silver_spotted, because I am incredibly awesome like that, so I sacrificed myself for ya girl. I had to go through so, so many pics of the man to come up with the one, really, I might go blind after such an exposure to all that light.



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olé nonetheless
...and your heart held out like a tin cup to catch the rain...

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