this movie! It was hilarious to watch the Boov (especially Oh, of course), and it ended up being surprisingly touching as well. I really sympathized with both Oh and Tip. And there were so many cute things in this movie, too! XD
The Water Horse
Probably the best Save The Endangered Animal movie I've ever seen (I...don't like those movies <_<). Mostly because it was set in WWII and was about a fantastical creature. Still not worth a rewatch, though.
Where the Wild Things Are
This book was never a staple of my childhood (I think we got it when my younger sisters were at the appropriate age, so I first read it as a teenager), so I didn't feel strongly one way or another about the adaptation. The whole thing just felt kind of awkward and depressing, though. Not sure if that was the intent or not, but I didn't really like it.
this movie. The animation (and the lighting!
) was absolutely gorgeous, and the story was like a dark fairy tale come to life. I could definitely see this giving me nightmares as a kid, but I love its darkness and creepiness now.
I wanted to see Robin Williams in a non-comedic role, and boy
did this deliver! T_T It was so horrifying and sad at the same time; it really gripped me. Now it makes me look at people working in supermarkets a little differently. Even though they're laughing and smiling...who knows what they might be struggling with in their own lives.
@_______________________@ Um...what the heck did I just watch?!
This is quite possibly the trippiest, most confusing movie I've ever seen in my life.
Very applicable to my life right now (having recently graduated from college and currently looking for a job). Mostly just a throwaway comedy, but I really liked her quirky family (and her brother is played by the adorable kid in Martian Child! >3<)
Also rewatched the BBC Pride and Prejudice, the BBC Sense and Sensibility, Primer, and The Dust Factory.
You can find out things about the past that you never knew. And from what you've learned, you may see some things differently in the present. You're the one that changes. Not the past.
- Ellone, Final Fantasy VIII
"There's a difference between maliciously offending somebody - on purpose - and somebody being offended by...truth. If you're offended by the truth,
that's your problem. I have no obligation to not offend you if I'm speaking the truth. The truth is supposed
to offend you; that's how you know you don't got it."
- Brad Stine