no but galaxy quest is legitimately the best movie ever
- it’s a love letter to fandom — it totally subverts the “gross man-child in the basement” perception of a fanboy and it’s the fans’ dedication to the show that saves the day
#pls don’t touch me #do you see the way they both sort of droop#Derek’s ready to attack right #he’s weak and confused but he’s ready to fight whatever’s#on him #and then he goes #oh #oh it’s stiles #and his arm sort of drops a little#because he doesn’t have to keep up a strong pretense #not /really/ #and stiles okay#stiles’ whole body sort of sinks a little lower with relief#because derek’s alive and the slap didn’t work but derek’s alive#and he’s gripping his wrist so he can move too #and he’s okay he’s not seriously hurt#stiles isn’t going to lose someone else #not like this #not in this shitty situation they’ve#found themselves in #and it’s a huge relief to the two of them #that it’s /each other/#that stiles was the one that went back for derek #and derek woke up to somehting#that doesn’t want to hurt him #i cry #and my tears are sterek (via)
Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer photographed by Milton H. Greene on the set of War and Peace in Rome, Italy, 1955.
dad taking a selfie, then admiring it