I am not an avid supporter of the Oscars. Although the Academy's original intention may have been to honor films (and the creators behind them) that impact the industry and propel the cinema arts in a particular year, too often that is not what the Oscars achieve. The Oscars and other award-giving entities, at their … Continue reading The Oscars Problem
Captain America: Civil War sparked a lot of debate about the ideologies of heroes Iron Man and Tony Stark. The Russo brothers created a masterful adaptation of the classic comic book event filled with philosophical quandaries and character depth. One of my favorite analyses of Civil War is this Tumblr post (Screenshot Below). Reading it inspired me to write a … Continue reading “End The Fight” – Captain America: Civil War Writing Exercise
Because of my adoration for Cowboy Bebop, I had high standards for Cowboy Bebop: The Movie when I first saw it a few years ago.
After watching 77 episodes of the classic anime, Inuyasha, I have come to the point that every binge-watcher knows too well. Why am I still watching this? Why have I spent over 30 hours of my life on this one anime? To put it shortly, Inuyasha is consistently more than it seems. Inuyasha has a very simple premise. A … Continue reading Inuyasha Analysis: Introduction
NOTE: I do not and have never read the Attack on Titan manga. All statements and speculations made in this article are solely based on the anime and my years of experience watching television. After watching the first 2 episodes of the new season of Attack on Titan I felt inspired to write an analysis … Continue reading Attack on Titan Season 3 Episodes 1 & 2 Review/Speculation
My favorite scene from Arrow Season 6 is Wild Dog calling his daughter when he thought he was going to die. The circumstances around that scene were utterly ridiculous but that scene felt real. I want the show to get back to having more of those character moments AND high caliber action. That combination is … Continue reading How to Fix @CW_Arrow
This poem was written in Spring 2017 for a Creative Writing course. Almost forgot it existed.