gondory:

YOU KNOW THAT FEELING WHEN YOU’RE LISTENING TO A MOVIE’S SOUNDTRACK AND YOU JUST KNOW WHICH SCENE GOES WITH EACH TRACK AND YOU SAY THE DIALOGUES OUT LOUD AND YOU JUST FEEL LIKE FLYING BECAUSE THE VIOLINS AND TRUMPETS AND CLARINETS AND ALL THE INSTRUMENTS AND YOU GET THIS RUSH OF HAPPINESS BECAUSE FUCKING SOUNDTRACKS MAN

dubiousculturalartifact:

This bit of dialogue makes me angry, because it was written by Robbie Thompson to be said in reverse (Dean saying he wanted to read the books), and J2 decided to switch it when it was filmed.It just completely cheapens the line and makes it all about making fun of Dean’s perceived levels of intelligence, when the man is canonically a damn genius who reads stuff like Vonnegut and the Odyssey in his spare time…It’s moments like this that make me wonder sometimes at the wisdom of letting J2 have as much control over scenes as they appear to. They are great actors, but they occasionally get stuck in the mindset of their characters in a way that makes them view the characters in a specific way. Character bleed is a powerful thing. Sometimes it leads to beautiful moments (Dean keeping the trenchcoat), but other times stuff just… Gets lost along the way.
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dubiousculturalartifact:

This bit of dialogue makes me angry, because it was written by Robbie Thompson to be said in reverse (Dean saying he wanted to read the books), and J2 decided to switch it when it was filmed.It just completely cheapens the line and makes it all about making fun of Dean’s perceived levels of intelligence, when the man is canonically a damn genius who reads stuff like Vonnegut and the Odyssey in his spare time…It’s moments like this that make me wonder sometimes at the wisdom of letting J2 have as much control over scenes as they appear to. They are great actors, but they occasionally get stuck in the mindset of their characters in a way that makes them view the characters in a specific way. Character bleed is a powerful thing. Sometimes it leads to beautiful moments (Dean keeping the trenchcoat), but other times stuff just… Gets lost along the way.
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dubiousculturalartifact:

This bit of dialogue makes me angry, because it was written by Robbie Thompson to be said in reverse (Dean saying he wanted to read the books), and J2 decided to switch it when it was filmed.It just completely cheapens the line and makes it all about making fun of Dean’s perceived levels of intelligence, when the man is canonically a damn genius who reads stuff like Vonnegut and the Odyssey in his spare time…It’s moments like this that make me wonder sometimes at the wisdom of letting J2 have as much control over scenes as they appear to. They are great actors, but they occasionally get stuck in the mindset of their characters in a way that makes them view the characters in a specific way. Character bleed is a powerful thing. Sometimes it leads to beautiful moments (Dean keeping the trenchcoat), but other times stuff just… Gets lost along the way.
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dubiousculturalartifact:

This bit of dialogue makes me angry, because it was written by Robbie Thompson to be said in reverse (Dean saying he wanted to read the books), and J2 decided to switch it when it was filmed.It just completely cheapens the line and makes it all about making fun of Dean’s perceived levels of intelligence, when the man is canonically a damn genius who reads stuff like Vonnegut and the Odyssey in his spare time…It’s moments like this that make me wonder sometimes at the wisdom of letting J2 have as much control over scenes as they appear to. They are great actors, but they occasionally get stuck in the mindset of their characters in a way that makes them view the characters in a specific way. Character bleed is a powerful thing. Sometimes it leads to beautiful moments (Dean keeping the trenchcoat), but other times stuff just… Gets lost along the way.
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dubiousculturalartifact:

This bit of dialogue makes me angry, because it was written by Robbie Thompson to be said in reverse (Dean saying he wanted to read the books), and J2 decided to switch it when it was filmed.
It just completely cheapens the line and makes it all about making fun of Dean’s perceived levels of intelligence, when the man is canonically a damn genius who reads stuff like Vonnegut and the Odyssey in his spare time…
It’s moments like this that make me wonder sometimes at the wisdom of letting J2 have as much control over scenes as they appear to. They are great actors, but they occasionally get stuck in the mindset of their characters in a way that makes them view the characters in a specific way. Character bleed is a powerful thing. Sometimes it leads to beautiful moments (Dean keeping the trenchcoat), but other times stuff just…
Gets lost along the way.