I really wasn’t fond of this manga early on. My feelings were in murky conflict as I fought to diversify my Summer with different sorts of genres and tones, instead of endlessly indulging in cute/stupid romances. There are times when I try to charge forward in spite of my disinterest, thinking it will do me good. In this case, the opening chapters did little to bring me out of my funk. About a third of the way through got me pretty invested. Continue reading “Entry #9: Koukoku no Shugosha (SoM 2018)”
Sometimes you need to dabble in a little stupid. I did. And now I have no intention to indulge in any smart. Continue reading “Entry #8: Aizawa-san Zoushoku (SoM 2018)”
While the number of psychological issues brought up in this film and the questions it raises about romantic relationships are intriguing enough, I have little to say about this one. Continue reading “Day Twenty-Eight: The One I Love (MotM 2018)”
(“Recommended” by Kalavente, who seems to enjoy “recommending” me things.)
I’ll keep this brief. My timeframe is limited tonight. Continue reading “Day Twenty-One: I, Tonya (MotM 2018)”
Real life got a little ahead of me. This one will have to be quick.
Mad Max: Fury Road is one of the best films I’ve seen to date. The characters, the sets, the chaotic energy of the camera and the entire energy of the film is a sweet breath of fresh air. Not only does it make itself known through great visuals, but the weight of the characters decisions and motivations make for something impactful by the very end. Acting was phenomenal by all and it is, by far, one of the most thrilling films I’ve seen in my entire life. Dunkirk wishes it could be this intense. Continue reading “Day Eight: Mad Max: Fury Road (MotM 2018)”
I think a lot of what I had stated in my Early Impressions post for this anime rings true for the entire series, so I felt no purpose in wringing out this thought post more than necessary. Continue reading “Quick Thoughts on Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou (Spoilers?)”