Films

Ran Review (1985): Pray that You Do Not Become an Old Fool One Day

The gods are cruel. They watch us for sport. Laugh at our misfortunes. If they are kind, they reward us with great wealth only to be snatched away! Life is filled with uncertainties and free from security. That’s the world we live in–a constant turmoil on the mind! With current events, we need good leaders.… Continue reading Ran Review (1985): Pray that You Do Not Become an Old Fool One Day

Video Games

It Doesn’t Sound Right to Say I Beat Art: My Thoughts on Games as an Art Form

Why does it feel good when you complete a game, but not when you finish a film? I remember several years ago, I spent every morning playing Okami on Playstation 2. It was the only time of the day I didn't feel guilty enjoying a game because video games are known as a waste of… Continue reading It Doesn’t Sound Right to Say I Beat Art: My Thoughts on Games as an Art Form

Films

The Children’s Hour Review: When Lesbian Is Not Sexualized

It seems like Amazon Prime Video knows exactly what sort of films I like--thought provoking ones and anything with Audrey Hepburn is a must see! She is the best and most beautiful actress that have ever walked the planet (subjectively speaking). When it comes to entertainment, I like to gamble with my time. It's part… Continue reading The Children’s Hour Review: When Lesbian Is Not Sexualized

Anime · TV Shows

Scum’s Wish Review: A Logically Scummy Anime

In this anime, there is no consequence to promiscuous action, which makes it so intriguing. You can explore your lusty nature with your messy emotions, especially with the confusing ones. Sometimes emotions are just too hard to describe, especially if you are a teenager who is still trying to find your identity. This show successfully… Continue reading Scum’s Wish Review: A Logically Scummy Anime