I just finished watching Moonlight and it was so fucking good my entire soul has been cleansed. Everything was beautiful, from the story to the dialogues to the acting to the cinematography to the music, I can’t find a single damn thing I don’t like about this film. That’s some fucking art right there. I’m gonna be on the hunt for blogs talking about the movie because oh god, that was an absolute aesthetic experience.
So I was kinda surprised on re reading Rave Master that there is a
literal scene where after the tower of din Haru has a visit to his heart
which actually happens of recent of FT where Natsu is in a coma and has
the same kind of vision.
Fairy Tail (I’m cuting down on the Natsu heart because there is way more of it than Haru)
So yeah this is a thing in both series and is still cheesy in both series. Both characters in a state of confusion and need their I believe Rave’s works slightly better because it’s not giving Haru any answers just re stating what he’s already aware of and can be a visual metaphor for his thought process. Whereas Natsu’s started out like that bringing up some of the memories he’s lost but it also seems to tell him things he should have no knowledge of like the Dragon seed or how DS magic was made by Irene.
I don’t think I ever shared this story so I’ll share it now. By far THE best interaction I had while working at GameStop was when this older woman, probably in her mid to late 70’s, came in asking for games she could play that were similar to The Witcher 3 because she had completed the entire game, despite hating the game mechanics. When I asked her what she liked about the game that made her want to finish it, she looked me straight in the eye and deadass said, “Geralt.” So basically this elderly woman completed every single mission in The Witcher 3 solely because of how hot she found Geralt. I died. And set her up with a copy of Uncharted after she gave Nathan Drake her Hot Boy™ seal of approval.