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(Psssst. I also write reviews of movies, books, and Asian drama over on my review blog: remaaarkable.dreamwidth.org.)
And if I get one more message about The Darkest Minds I'm going to EXPLODE. Check out http://remaaarkable.tumblr.com/tagged/the%20darkest%20minds and leave me alone.
there’s all this white space suddenly showing up under single picture posts??? like this
is this happening to anyone else?
YES! IT IS! IT’S SUPER FUCKING ANNOYING!
I thought I was the only one this was happening to! But I think I found a way to fix it. Go to settings>dashboard>enable full size photos.
GOD BLESS YOU! THIS FIXED IT!
Glad to help!
Fantastic musical comedy movie with Antonia Thomas from Misfits! I have work in the morning so (sigh) no review at the moment but my god it will happen because I’m going to rewatch this film a million times.
I don’t have it in me for a full review tonight, but I have some thoughts.
As a screenwriter, this film moved me immensely, because what it’s really about is what makes me love screenwriting so much—the marriage of words and pictures. That neither takes precedence over the other.
I am a writer at heart, but I have sketchbooks full of my juvenile doodles that I continue to doodle though I’m no longer a juvenile. When I was deciding what career I wanted to pursue, what writing, I knew I was never going to be completely specialized—but I fell in love with screenwriting and the fact that at some point, someone will take your words and turn them into something else.
That may be what I love so much about adaptations as well.
I’d also like to note the excellent performance by Valerie Tian as Emily. It burned me up inside to watch what Emily went through, but I loved her quiet intensity and sweetness.
1) Kotoko has sadly gotten MORE annoying, not less. She was my favorite incarnation of the character in the first season, I hope she doesn’t continue down this road in the second.
2) Slapping a woman shown to be what makes her fall in love with you properly? Not the best message to be sending, drama writers. That was out of line, even if Mari was trying to cheat on her husband.
3) Looks like, unlike the second season of It Started With a Kiss, the kisses in this second season are all going to be pretty tame. Probably because of the age of the actors, but still, siiiiigh. Nobody just pushes their faces together and freezes, people!
4) Furukawa Yuki speaking English while all of these other characters fail hard. I imagine he probably laughed his ass off while filming.
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