in my Reputation era.
It's the end of the world as we know it.
A pandemic is out there, slowly affecting the population. This virus makes the people that contract have the need to crawl and hide in dark corners. As the virus accelerates, people begin to surrender themselves to despair. Evacuation orders are made, but people ignore the warnings; two tenants of a building refuse to move out of their places, with no other choice but to stay in their tiny apartments for…
I can't exactly pinpoint why or when it all started, but I occasionally suffer from hallucinations. They're so vivid and realistic that sometimes I don't know if what happened was real or a product of my mind and I have a hard time trying to separate the imaginary from the factual, so it all blends together in a mushy new truth for me and I lose the sense of time, space and reality.
Who am I?
Sometimes I'm so tired…
It is our duty to improve ourselves.
Once again, I've finished this show. (This time in less than three days).
The Good Place is one of those pieces of media I feel have changed me, even if that sounds cliché there is a version of me that watched this and wanted to improve and now the second time around watching, as a new year has begun and one makes a whole list of resolutions, the main one in my list…
Considering this is a classic movie and most people seem to like it, I'm obviously the unpopular opinion here.
A lot of scenes in The Breakfast Club feel dated to me, I was totally bored for the first half on the movie, and the other half bothered me a lot. I couldn't care less about the characters and I actually didn't find any of them likeable, in fact, I didn't stand some of these guys at all. My biggest problem…
Ocean Waves feels like when you're an adult —or a mature version of you— and you look back to the younger years with nostalgia and thoughts: why did I say this?, what would have happened if I did this instead?, why did we grow apart?, why everything had to change?, what happened to my younger self?
It feels very different from what would be expected from Studio Ghibli, there's not magical elements or fantastic creatures, but it still has a…