Yea, it's an old film. I think it was one of the first fights in the film, so it might be hard to remember. Lately, I've been watching a lot of actor and director interviews or documentaries, so it's been interesting to see how they go about their work and what they do to be creative and the like. I never realized that most actors and directors have a history in theater and they didn't come right out of directing school. I guess it's easier nowadays b/c technology is so much better. I remember watching Freddie Wong back in the old days of youtube and all the awesome stuff he could do o.o. Do you have any youtubers you watch or twitch streamers?
Wow, I didn't know there would be a 3rd Fantastic Beasts, I guess it must be due to how the 2nd one ended o.o... man spoilers lol. I really like some of the creatures they show too. The eagle-like creature from the first film was quite awesome!
Those are some nice genres! And I feel a bit of the same towards comedy films. I guess I kind of prefer the dumber comedy jokes instead of all these new jokes that seem to target certain peoples or make fun of others more. First time I saw Kill Bill, I wasn't too sure what I thought of it, until I saw her fight Copperhead in her house and then Copperhead's daughter came home from school. That fight was so brutal and vengeful, b/c she even told the little girl to come find her for revenge. I enjoyed the film from that point on.
Ah, I'm still waiting to see that movie, Fantastic Beasts - the second one. With so many big name stars and a new evil villain in the story, I think it'll be quite a blas to see.
The movies I enjoy most are action and adventure films. I always like a good soundtrack in the film as well. I remember watching "Interstellar" and I fell in love with the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer. It's just so hypnotic and beautiful. So I guess I enjoy a good sci fi film as well lol. When I have time, I would also like to watch some international films, usually Chinese or Korean. Chinese films I watch are usually martial arts films and for Korean films, they're usually dramas or horror.
Ah man, that totally reminded me of the anime/manga "Akame ga Kill!". I guess you wouldn't like it b/c that's what happens. Tons of characters die in it. Buuut the storyline is awesome and so are the events/music. It kind of reminded me a bit of the feeling from watching "The Game of Thrones". What kind of movies do you enjoy watching then, or what was the last movie you enjoyed watching? Have you seen "Kill Bill vol. 1"?
It's all good bro lol. I think you replied twice to one f my replies. Life happens. I haven't been on in a few days myself. How did Magi end? Since you mention it being sad, I assume that there must've been some kind of sacrifice involved. Also I did end up watching a few episodes of Mr. Robot, but I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would. I think it's mainly b/c the main character has some social and mental disorders that make the whole story, somewhat confusing, so you're never really sure if what you saw actually happened or you're not sure why it happened or who did it. Too much mystery b/c of mental stuff makes me too confused. This is probably why I don't enjoy psychological thrillers that much.
Yea, too bad there aren't too many of those types of tv shows. I recently tried to find some similar series and I was kind of able to find some stuff, but couldn't find a free streaming source for any of the series yet. I really wanted to watch "Mr. Robot" and maybe "House of Cards". At least I've got some anime I can watch, but nothing really pops out to me. The last anime I was really into would probably be inuyashiki.
Ah, hmm, I guess for me to watch the show, it'd depend on the kind of cases that they take. Buuut, I'm not usually a fan of cop or lawyer shows. Westworld, does a bit of questioning about humans and how they like to play god as well as the subject of freedom and human vices. There's obviously some moral questions involved in this kind of show, b/c the people who visit the robot park can do w/e they want to the robots w/out consequences (rape, murder, etc...). Plus, there are many excellent plot twists as well as the many different perspectives you get from the characters in the show. I mean, one whole episode was mainly focused on the perspective of a native american and his realizations to "the park". There's even discussions on Immortality and the concept of sentiment beings and their rights.
Oh, I haven't heard of MakSuits. What kind of show is that? Hmm, I don't have a tv, so it's a bit difficult for me to watch tv shows lol. Buuut I've seen some shows on the net. Recently, I finished the 2nd season of the show Westworld and I'm currently trying to watch the 2nd season of Young Justice. Oh, I also ran into an interesting trailer for the show Kingdom on netflix. Kingdom seems to be about zombies during the Joseon era or some other olden time in S.Korea.
Yea, too bad that tends to happen to the manga I read T.T. Wow you have quite some dedication to be able to rewatch the previous seasons while waiting for the new episodes. I don't think I could do that if there were 4 seasons of episodes unless I had it in the background while I was doing other stuff. That's what I tend to do if a new season of some show I like hasn't made any new episodes in a long time and I forgot stuff. That has happened a lot to books I've read too though. B/c it can take a few years until a sequel book is made, so I tend to forget a lot of the stuff in the previous book and have to go back to re-read it all over again. Sometimes it's kind of nice b/c you get to reflect and maybe even find stuff you missed before.
Ah, that's interesting. I think I used to be the same way with books. I would only read books (if they had a series or continuation novels), that were complete and thus I kind of stayed away from new content. It can take a few years until the next book comes out sometimes. I've heard of violet evergarden, but haven't seen it yet. As for my hero academia, I'm a big fan of it. I was a fan of the manga and then the anime came out. Sometimes I get annoyed when I read a good manga and all of a sudden it gets turned into an anime. I guess I kind of like being in a niche group who liked an manga until it gets turned into an anime and then more people like it. It's kind of childish I guess. But I understand the authors are probably happy about it. They get more exposure, popularity and money.
That's true. It's kind of difficult, like you said, to be 'completely' original or have more original content than not. I think when I was going on a rant about that, I was remembering a few years back when I couldn't find any manga to read that appealed to me b/c each manga I ran into was just too cliched or seemed like another story in just another format. Oh wait, I think this was in reference to Chinese light novels and not so much manga, but still it did happen somewhat to my manga selection as well. At the time, I had wondered how long I would even remain a anime/manga fan? Have you ever thought about that and wondered if someday you won't just give up anime/manga? I feel like you could just be too busy w/ work and your family to have the down time to watch anime or read manga and then being out of the loop for so long, you might just never go back to it. At least I could kind of see that happening to me. It has already kind of happened to me actually, since I don't watch as much anime as i used to do in the past anymore. In the past I used to watch 75%-100% of the new anime that came out, but now I'm barely keeping up w/ 5%-10% of the new content.