Well. If it wasnt for constantly getting pulled away to sort out christmas stuff, decorations, gift wrapping and being social with family I could have done alot more and included a lot more. But its the thought that counts right?
Seriously though, don’t call me horse famous. It’s really annoying.
I think this movie was really funny actually, despite me getting a bit lost in it. I can kind of relate with the main protagonist, sometimes getting too much attention can suck the fun out of what you do, but in the end it’s the fans that make everything worth it.
I love the fact that this movie doesn’t take sides when it comes to the actors or their fans, but presents both of them rather positively and together they end up saving the universe. The acting is great (that Tim Allen guy, what an amazing actor, capable of going from funny to dramatic in the bat of an eye), the writing is ingenious, the characters are memorable, and it’s so campy and enjoyable that I get totally sold on the sad dramatic moments.
Overall, this movie is great. You all should take your time and see it.
And now, if you excuse me, I need to find this Gingerbread pony who called me horse famous. I mean, how dare you?
Since I’m terrible at creating awesome things, I decided to whip up this poster featuring me, and all of the people who helped me get this far, minus three people: that-fin-medic (I couldn’t find a Fem-Medic model which let me change the hair colour), ask-blu-spy-belle (Because the Fem-Spy model looks literally nothing like him/her/them), and askrobotoctavia-mark5, (Because I do not know of a robot Octavia model). Still, these people are all awesome, and you should go follow them right now. Once again, you guys are all absolutely fantastic people, and… Yeah. Thank you all.