I know that we all think we’re immortal, we’re supposed to feel that way, we’re graduating. The future is and should be bright, but, like our brief four years in high school, what makes life valuable is that it doesn’t last forever, what makes it precious is that it ends. I know that now more than ever. And I say it today of all days to remind us that time is luck. So don’t waste it living someone else’s life, make yours count for something. Fight for what matters to you, no matter what. Because even if you fall short, what better way is there to live? // The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014); Marc Webb.
I’ve been surrounded by success stories. About time I made one of my own.
Adventure Time has become one of my favorite stories in the past four years. This is a story that tackles elements like life and death, existence, morality, and how to progress forward when you really don’t want to.
I don’t want to get too deep but just look at this family portrait. Two completely different species, from two different dimensions with a bad history and tragic war; living and raising a family together. This wonderful series is super silly and yet also poignant enough to say it doesn’t matter where you come from or what you look like, Love is love and its all that matters.
I want to address something that has been bugging me
recently for some reason.
Basically a lot of times I’ve heard people talk about how it’d
be great if Spider-Man had a girlfriend who was a scientist or how Gwen (take
your pick of which version) was great because she was a scientist.
Specifically they talk about stuff like that in the context
of how Peter has so much in common with Gwen/hypothetical scientist girlfriend
who has no personality traits beyond being a scientist.
And almost as frequently from these same people I hear the
charge that such girlfriends/Gwen had more in common with Peter precisely because
MJ isn’t into science. Indeed Peter and MJ don’t seem to have any thing in common which is unrealistic and unbelievable.
The director is so chill. He almost makes you forget you’re making a Spider-Man movie, you know. You feel like you’re making a movie with friends. But then also you look up and you’re doing a scene with Spider-Man. So it was so cool and it was so fun and I’m so happy that I got the opportunity.[x]
so like, i’ve seen a lot of people criticizing ASM2 and here’s the thing…I don’t want to say you shouldn’t analyze things, but you need to know how you should analyze something before you choose to, and i feel everyone’s main complaint is that the message/theme is disjointed in the film, the issue with this, the way I see it, is that the film is sort of broken into parts, maybe that’s not ideal for film critics but it makes each segment feel like well…a comic book, as if its issues of a 5 issue series/arc giving each segment a new theme/sense of closure. At least that’s the way I see it….if nothing else though, its the funnest a Spiderman movie has ever been