he/him • 17 • fil/eng • infj-t
!! sucker for ya dystopian, sci-fi, action-adventure, fantasy, animations.
Soul functions much like an inspirational card—with an aesthetic design—that'll leave you goggle-eyed after reading what it says: "Don't obsess over your passion to the point where you can't even appreciate the whirling of maple seeds."
If there was one thing that really had me dumbfounded the moment realization hit hard, it was that:
I heard this story about a fish. He swims up to an older fish and says: "I’m trying to find this thing they call the ocean.”…
The whole Twilight Saga is just consistently bad, and that's the best part of it. After watching all five movies, I've seen enough exasperating moments of a shallow romance of vampire-x-human-x-wolf love triangle; and Breaking Dawn Part 2 managed not to be the cringiest of them all. In fact, it is passably entertaining.
Now the final battle is supposed the bomb of the whole series, and honestly I wished that that was the ending instead of what we actually got. I really couldn't bring myself to like Twilight. I've tried, I swear.
i'm crying. that moment when the trio were asked to write an essay about their character: Emma wrote about 12 pages, Dan wrote about half an A4 paper, then there's Rupert with nothing because he believed Ron wouldn't actually do it either.
what a great time to be kids.
"Don't you ever just wish you were a dude?"
This is just one out of many instances that women in the world who are faced with similar situation suffers from the unfair treatment of reality. It's real; it is very real—take that from the raw performances of the actors. Never Rarely Sometimes Always is commendable for handling such a deep and sensitive topic while also being observant from its momentous details to the unspoken words translated into subtle silent gestures,…