I won’t lie, I’ve watched every WA scene in 3x13 at least five times by now. Barry being thirsty af, Iris telling Barry she knows how to boss Wally around, Barry telling Iris “everything he does is for her”, Barry telling Iris he plans on having a long life with her, Iris sitting there smiling her goofy grin while he tells her that, I AM LIVING RIGHT NOW! THOSE SCENES WERE EVERYTHING! I am so blessed to be a witness to WA. SO BLESSED.
ASDASDGJKLHLK I swear my brain only give me ideas when I should be doing something else.
Iwaizumi Hajime as (Shimada Hanzo) - eldest son of the Iwaizumi family (largest yakuza/conglomerate in Japan/Miyagi) - bad-ass archer with dragon tattoos along right arm that can summon dragon spirits - groomed to lead Iwaizumi-gumi, and was told to kill Kunimi, his younger brother, when it seems he would be a liability. Iwaizumi could not bring himself to fight Kunimi, so he took his younger brother and fled. - Believes himself a coward for running, instead of dismantling the Iwaizumi empire. Doesn’t believe himself worthy of honor until he dismantles the Iwaizumi yakuza with his own two hands. - Bow is called Quake-Shot. - Is convinced to join Overwatch by Kunimi (More accurately, joined Overwatch to keep an eye on Kunimi). - catchphrase: ‘I’ve got you in my sight’ [Sorry, Jack, took your line.] - wears Hanzo’s standard garb properly, sleeves up and all. Only yanks right sleeve down (and revealing that glorious half-chest) on missions. - Is ambidextrous, but can only summon dragons through left arm.
Oikawa Tooru as (D.va/Hana Song) - ex-military? Munitions expert somehow (note: give more thought to this) - adept at using firearms in general; knowledgeable - Mech type is named SET-tA (tri-Angulate) [because I cannot resist puns] - streams his fights online on Nico Nico Douga - has a large online fan-base and aware of it - bodysuit is aquamarine and white - public story is that he was recruited; actually volunteered to join Overwatch - can’t cook, but surprisingly excellent at baking - bad at video games [LOL; always trounced by Kunimi]
Kunimi Akira as (Shimada Genji) - Iwaizumi’s younger brother from a different mother; adopts mother’s surname as sign of defiance - is an extremely efficient ninja, mostly because he’s too lazy for theatrics - feels guilty at causing Iwaizumi’s self-conflict, even though Iwaizumi swears it’s not his fault - also has to put up with his brother’s eventual crush on Oikawa - has a dragon, but mostly half of one - tattoo (on his left arm) wasn’t completed - Enjoys watching anime; currently following Haikyuu and BnHA
Matsukawa Issei as (Angela Ziegler/Mercy) - Or, the one who has to put up with Oikawa’s not-so-subtle pining - Level-headed and even-tempered…for most part - Used to be known as Doctor of Death; took part in the failed Re:VIVE project that experimented on corpses - knew Oikawa personally before the latter joined Overwatch
Yahaba Shigeru as (Lucio Correia dos Santos) - duh. - Unfortunately, he can’t sing on-key. - Heavily favors using ARASHI tracks in-battle. His own tracks tend to instrumentals that seem heavily influenced by Hans Zimmer. - handy with electronics; repairs his own amplifiers. Has performed emergency fixes on SET-tA in-field - plagued with self-doubt as to how useful his skills are (internally)
Ushijima Wakatoshi as (Reinhardt Wilhelm) - but with the calm of Zenyatta’s personality - enjoys tending to the patch of garden on HQ; adept at growing vegetables - Oikawa’s accidental confidante because the latter keeps sulking in the garden - has a pair of pet tortoises in his room - can go berserk if he considers the enemy ‘worthy’ - actually told Oikawa ‘you should have joined Overwatch’ once; Oikawa held out on his registration for two months to spite him.
Yesterday I saw the live action
of Seven Days, and I felt like doing this because it was really good and
beautiful. And I really want to talk about this, and talk about the details and
stuff. Feel free to ask me or talk to me about this, that would be great.
So, let’s start, shall we?
Firstly, the movie was
good, like I said before. It’s really cool how the lighting is, and the space surrounding
the actors as they act. How they filmed the sky and the colors going through
all the movie, I felt calm and happy. I liked it a lot, and I would watch it
The location, the angles
of the camera, the actors, the scenes. All of that, it was really good. My
favorite thing about the live action is that it follows very closely the manga,
if you noticed, the details and some of the dialogues are exactly the same as
is written in the manga.
Pretty similar, hun? It’s
awesome, is like seeing the manga in real life, like it happened. When I saw
that there’s a live action of Seven Days, I almost cried of happiness. Like, I
was really excited about it and in my mind, nothing could ruin that, not even a
single detail that isn’t like the movie. It got a feeling in my heart of joy
and adrenaline, but I stayed calm all the two hours (or more, I don’t know) of
the two movies.
But like all the movies
based of some book, or in this case, manga, it has some minor details. For me, are
big details, that bothers me a little bit.
In the manga, Seryou is
really calm and relaxed, he takes things with a tranquil way. I really like
that, because even if he has a different girlfriend every week, he stills take
it slow. I would freak out about it, honestly. But in the movie, he’s always on
the edge, like really disquieted and uneasy. Like, if I were about to touch
him, he would totally jump away from me in a mere instant. That really bothers
me. I don’t really know how to explain it, if you want to know why I think
that, watch the live action.
You may think that is not
a big deal, but for me, for me it is. Because is the way the character is, and
how is it showing its personality, that’s the way how he’s going to be remembered
(at least for me.)
But I’m not blaming the
actor, I think Hirose Tomoke work was really good and it’s okay. It’s a boyxboy
work, I think I somewhat understand.
I really liked the way
that Shino is, well, is exactly at how is described in the manga. He’s calm and
reserved, and sometimes saying blunt things, and sometimes direct. It was
really good how the actor (Takeshi James) represented Shino, I have nothing
left to say.
And aside of that, I have
other thing that bothers me. This one, this detail is the most bothering thing
to me. Maybe not for you, but for me it is.
The kissing scenes.
Okay, yes, it’s a boyxboy
manga. It would obviously have kissing scenes, and it’s okay to kiss. Hell, I
live for those scenes, I treasured them every time I read them. I love how they
express (in the manga) cuteness, shyness, a little bit of innocence and
passion. I love those scenes, how the corporal expressions bring me the feeling
that they may be feeling. This may sound perverted; I apologize for that. In
the movie, is just shyness, I don’t know how to explain it. So I’m going to do
it on a vulgar way (aka, my thoughts when watching the live action at midnight)
“WHY AREN’T THEY USING THEIR TONGUES?
LIKE, DO YOU KNOW HOW TO FREAKING KISS? I WANT MY PASSIONATE MAKING OUT RIGHT
(Sorry about that, but I was really expecting that scene.)
Like, do I really need to
Look at that, two teenagers
kissing, no, making out. Take note about their expressions (mainly on the last
image). I’m gonna tell you what I see,
I see love, happiness, intimacy.
I see kisses full of
meaning, full of passion, full of nothing more or less than love.
I see hormones floating in
the air, I see teenagers.
Yeah, there’s nothing
wrong with that, right? In the live action, is somewhat like that.
But the kisses aren’t.
I’m sorry about what I’m
going to say, but that’s making out. Do you know what is making out? (a “form” of kissing characterized
by its long duration of time, and often involves what can be described as
“French kissing.” Taken from the Urban Dictionary.) Exactly, that’s
Now, if you have seen the
live action, you will maybe think the same as me (Maybe not because I’m a pervert
who likes yaoi and reads manga’s yaoi, I accept it and embrace it.) Because let’s
face it, that scene was awesome and I read it about a thousand times. And look
at how is it described in the manga, how many panels it has.
The first time they
kissed, it was really beautiful, I admit it. That was the only kissing scene I
like, it was really accord with the manga and really romantic, it made my heart
beat with joy.
Yeah, I get it, maybe they
didn’t felt comfortable doing it and it’s okay. If I were on their shoes, I
would be really uncomfortable, so I don’t blame them at all.
But hey! It was a really
wonderful live action and I have to say that, it made me cry. Really, after I
finished it, I cried. I would really recommend it, and after I finished it, I
ordered my friends to watch it. I have no words to describe (yeah, this has
over 1000 words) the feeling that moved my heart. I changed my opinion about
live actions and I really hope that they made more.
Thank you for reading all
of this and again, feel free to discuss with me any aspects of the movie. I
feel like this manga needs more fans and more opinions, so decided to tell
mine. Sorry if I was mean at any moment and sorry for any mistakes, English is
not my first language.
“The bow is a mirror that reflects the
I imagine they’ll turn the villain into a protagonist, just like they did with Maleficent. We’re getting all of these live-action adaptations on Disney properties, yet they still won’t make Tron 3. In my opinion, Tron 3 seems like it would be a much better project than Cruella.
Geektyrant’s Joey Paur on Disney’s upcoming project “Cruella”, spitting truth once again.
everything in “you jump, i jump, jack” from logan spouting off journalists who participated in order to tell stories, to his “one less minute you haven’t lived” speech, to “you trust me?” “you jump, i jump, jack.” those scenes are deeply important to me and my development as a human person.
the goodbye scene in partings. “if you come with me, i won’t get on the plane.” their kiss goodbye and him telling her he loves her and pressing their foreheads together. ahh. they are so in love.
“i’d rather be in philadelphia” is a wonderful episode for them in general, but when his phone is buzzing off the table and rory tells him to answer it and he says he doesn’t have to do anything but be right there with her. tell me again how logan is like christopher. i’ll wait.
at the end of “the party’s over” when dean breaks up with rory and logan immediately goes to comfort her and they aren’t! even! dating! yet! this boy was so far gone before he even knew it.
the conversation in “farewell, my pet” when rory is all worried because paris says rory broke logan. then they have that whole conversation about belonging to each other and it’s really a lot to handle