I had this wild dream where Jon Snow and Rey run into each other while he’s mining for dragonglass and she’s looking for kyber crystals. They then team up, Rey gets into Daenerys’ head to give them back Jon’s ship, and go north to fight off the Night King. Lightsabers and all.
It was a truly cinematic experience that I’d like to share with you all one day. Maybe write a Jonsa/Star Wars crossover.
If you haven’t heard, I’m finally playing these games
I already knew a lot about this series thanks to reviews, retrospectives, parodies, analyses, memes, and gifs of Ocelot twirling his stupid fucking gun. But I hadn’t played any of these games for longer than an hour. Metal Gear Solid 1 in particular felt like a game I knew everything about before even touching it. I mainly just played it instead of watching the cutscenes on YouTube as a refresher and skipping to its sequels because, hey, I already own it
But I realize now that all of that analysis I’ve seen is from people who’ve been playing Metal Gear games a long time. People who’ve gotten used to some of the games’ weird design choices and who overlook some of the touches I really appreciated. So I’m gonna talk about that stuff, rather than being the millionth person to say it’s cool that Psycho Mantis reads your memory card
People enjoyed my Broken Age review way back when, and I feel like I should do more writing like that. So that’s why I’m here to tell you all about this old-ass game everyone’s already played
I am so grateful to the Academy for their recognition of this film. Making ‘The Revenant’ was one of the most rewarding and collaborative experiences of my life. None of this would have been possible without Alejandro’s talent, vision and determination. Our dedicated crew also deserves to share in this moment. Together, they have created a truly unique cinematic experience. Congratulations to all of my fellow nominees this season. Thank you to the Academy.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s reaction to being nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in The Revenant
i saw arrival today and it was absolutely fantastic the revelations in the final act completely shift the entire dynamic of the film and make for a truly complex mind bending cinematic experience denis villeneuve has proven time and time again that he’s one of the best working directors and amy adams is a fucking goddess