So I saw two movies last weekend, Jurassic World: Forgotten Kingdom and Tag. I have a lot to say about Jurassic World but maybe a Tag review later? We’ll see. Let’s get to it.
I actually really did not want to see Jurassic World: Forgotten Kingdom. I had watched Cinema Snob’s review and it was not favorable. I generally agree with the Cinema Snob and thought I would give this one a pass. But then on Friday my husband and I were by the movie theater with nothing to do and my husband suggested we go see it. He had been suggesting we see it all week and I figured I might as well get it over with.
Did this really need a sequel?
So my first step into the winter season ends badly. I was downloading anime, not being aware of what I was downloading, and the fact I download a Feel anime blindsided me.
I could keep it short and sweet. Gay guy finds his sexuality challenged when he’s put in the position of taking care of his sister’s kids. They will take care of him and place him in all sorts of hilarious and supposedly titillating situations until he’s straight. The hot college chick he met will step in as the mom, and he will learn the joy of having a family, until someone calls child services and explain to him that being a dad doesn’t mean getting turned on by your daughters. (Some of this is true. Some isn’t. Unfortunately, it’s the parts you wish weren’t true.)
It’s a wish fullfillment anime for the guys who enjoy that sort of thing.
I'm sorry, but if you're spoonfeeding/being spoonfed by your roommate, you're either deathly ill or there be something more going on.
So… my experience with a Nuzlocke run. To write about the Nuzlocke challenge, I felt like I had to have an inkling of what it was like. So I sat down, and started a run on my Pearl version that I own for hacking the game (which hasn’t really worked out yet anyway, as it seems I wore out my r+l buttons), for about nine hours. So far I can say that to me, yes, the experience is a little overrated, but it is fun none the less.
At my favorite local bookstore (Books&Company) they have adopted a bizarre business practice while I was at college. Naming, making going to the restroom humiliating for customers and employees alike.
They have made going to the bathroom a process reminiscent of being kindergarten.
What did I think of Infinate Stratos? I mean, it looked as if it had the potential to be a decent sci-fi series, and from the on-set, high production values were evident.
I liked the mecha in the fight in the beginning...
My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute
Summery: Kyousuke isn’t really aware with what’s going on in his sister life, but as far as he’s concerned, she’s doing well. After all, she gets top grades in school, is a successful model, and a star athlete. But when he discovers his sister’s secret that she secretly loves eroge games, and realizes that she’s extremely lonely, he finds himself getting involved in her life and going to ridiculous means to help his little sister.
I don’t have to explain when JP and Hinano’s blog does it so well
I mean, yes, Japan is a rather sexist society, and anime, admittedly, tends to be sexist because of that. Thus, getting bothered at the sexist nature of a story in anime is ridiculous. I mean, if I’m going to get up in arms about sexism in anime, why am I watching anyway?
Except, I have limits. And now that these things have been pointed out, I don’t think I could go back to not noticing them. I’d just spend the whole time watching looking for them and being pissed about them. So why spend my time watching something I know I won’t enjoy and I’m already biased against? It makes no sense.