TUMBLR: THE MOVIE
Welcome to the mental institution that will steal your life.
Andrew (Andrew Garfield) and Jesse (Jesse Eisenberg) are a gay couple that believe they are characters from the Disney movie Bambi. Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) are not your average kind of hunters: They hunt more demons than moose. To help them, they have Castiel (Misha Collins), an angel rebelling against heaven while wearing a trench coat.
In the basement you’ll find Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Ariadne (Ellen Page) and Eames (Tom Hardy) - a threesome who likes to do it on all levels of consciousness. A man with split personalities who calls himself The Doctor (Christopher Eccleston/David Tennant/Matt Smith) believes he can travel in time, and spends an unusual amount of time in the garden with a big blue box. His best friend and lover Rory (Arthur Darvill) refuses to take off his roman costume.
In the kitchen, you’ll usually find Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman), chomping away on a piece of bacon while ignoring the insane ramblings of Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his gay sidekick Watson (Martin Freeman), and in the attick, a group of guys (Rami Malek, Joseph Mazzello, Shane Taylor, Damian Lewis) are acting out WWII. James Franco (James Franco) calls himself the king of trolls, and is often seen stirring trouble between another gay couple: Erik (Michael Fassbender) and Xavier (James McAvoy), who believe they have mutant powers. Nate (Nathan Fillion) likes to set up hidden cameras he can later photobomb.
And finally: A group of wizards consisting of Harry “The Chosen One” Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron “The King” Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione “Smartypants” Granger (Emma Watson) spend their time fighting against Lord ”Where is my nose” Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), and his noise shattering NYEAAAAHHHHS.
But a darker force threatens the usually insane community. Watch as the group has to work together to defend their home against rabid tumblebeast, an angry pack of black birds, and grey silhouettes, lead by the fearless man that is David Karp.
Written by: Steven Moffat / Directed by: David Fincher