I suck at watching films regularly and reviewing them.
Don't put too much attention into my favorites, I change them a lot.
I'm not going there to die.
I'm going to find out if I'm really alive.
Where do I start? Let's get this out of the way; Cowboy Bebop is a damn cool show. Everything about it, from the aesthetic and music, to Spike's demeanor and stylish montages, feels cool.
The show doesn't rely on a long, overarching storyline for the most part. Every episode features an adventure unrelated to the previous one. These episodes might come off as...inconsequential? Insignificant? This feeling…
I watched the first 30 minutes of The Godfather and fell asleep.
This movie, on the other hand, was an emotional ride throughout. It blends the styles of Tarantino's writing, Nolan's directing and Deakins' cinematography, which results in a timeless classic that influenced cinema in so many ways.
EPISODE 8 (not my rating for the show as a whole):
Finally an episode that lives up to the hype this show's been getting for the past few weeks.
These 40 minutes developed Wanda more than 4 movies she's previously been in combined and turned her from a C-tier character to one of the best in the MCU.
Hell, this episode as a whole has better storytelling than many MCU movies. I had some doubts after last episode's reveal, but…