It’s December 30th and there’s less than forty-eight hours left before this not-so-pleasant year ends. The sky is cloudy and a little bit gloomy–an indication that rain might occur in the next couple of hours. I’ve watched this film at four in the afternoon and it’s now eight at night; it’s now dark, it didn’t rain, but the wind persisted, and the remnants of the apple I was eating during the film is now brown. I stood up and contemplated,…
Since it’s the last day of 2020, I’ve been thinking of one film that will complete my year. I’ve thought that maybe rewatching Hamilton (2020) for the nth time would do it or The Shawshank Redemption (1994) to give me an inspiration for the next year to come, but instead I chose Minari (2020). Why, you may ask? I’ve been wondering why I chose this film too. Maybe it’s because I’ve been anticipating this Asian-directed 2020-released film for too long…
Not Tom Hanks gaslighting me on big screen that I killed Elvis Presley… God damn.
I can’t feel bad about EP for hiring a literal stranger as his manager. That’s on him. Biopics like this makes me realize how shitty everyone in the Hollywood is and you can’t trust no one. I don’t really pity artists who get conned by their managers because they have the money to investigate literally every person they know but they chose to trust them instead…
finally seen it in cinemas!!! after 6 months of arduous waiting, my wish finally came through. jjk is one of the animes i’ve been obsessed since the latter half of last year and i’m just happy to see satoru gojo and suguru geto on screen
there’s this lady who laughs harder than everybody else and she’s definitely a mood. also, there’s a guy 3 seats in front of me who’s using his phone every 5 minutes i swear the cinema staff should escort these people outside because it’s extremely distracting