Currently trying to finish Saint Seiya.
Epilogues can be divisive. For instance, if you think about all those Ryan Murphy-produced series, whose final chapters (at least the ones I've seen, excluding Pose) tend to feel abrupt, forced and almost unnecessary. However, the opposite would be the final season of Justified, which maintains the essence of the show - a modern western - , and precisely that final season brings us to an important point; viewer satisfaction.
Is it necessary? Not really, there are plenty of…
How often do we use the expression 'difficult to watch' to try to describe a film or a cinematic experience? Probably a lot, still, some of these films might be really important to raise collective awareness.
So, BlacKkKlansman. I liked the idea and the whole execution of the project, although I don't really know what to say. It was enjoyable, compelling, with solid performances and somehow interesting but I guess, it wasn't quite my tempo.
I think this…
I used to be obsessed about writing, really obsessed, like there was nothing else in the world for me but writing. I wanted to be the best writer, but I didn't pursue it, actually, like one character from this show, I discovered that I never wanted to become a writer, I just wanted to write some stories.
But this is a show about someone dealing with severe issues, who found a relief in chess, that very game…
Algo que siempre ha llamado mi atención es que el despertar sexual ha sido constantemente idealizado de una manera muy irreal; perfecto, totalmente correcto sin importar qué hagas, sin repercusiones y normalizando cosas que no están bien.
Muchxs habrán tenido experiencias 'normales' o nada fuera de lo común, que al crecer y mirar hacia el pasado no encontraron nada incómodo o traumático, pero estoy muy seguro de que también hay mucha gente que cuando recuerda su primer…