watched it long time ago

I watched “Logan” long ago, but didn’t have enough time to draw incredible Hugh Jackman. But finally I DID IT!!!

I love Hugh so much^^

P.S. I wanted to see Halle Berry as Storm, but they didn’t give as this magic chemistry, that always surrounds Halle and Hugh((( But, anyway, I love this movie)

Thoughts on Tales of Zestiria the X and the 'Rainbow Armatus'

I could forgive the telepathy.

I could forgive Alisha’s armatization.

I could forgive the anime going against the game’s lore…

up until a certain point.

TOZ the X, you’ve really done it now. I’ve given up watching a long time ago, but I heard and saw all I needed to know. Though I like it’s design, the rainbow armatus is absolutely ridiculous. It feels like it’s just for the sake of it, even though it might be useful in X’s story.

I still don’t know why they included Tales of Berseria in the anime. That game has a story very worthy of its own anime. And if they hadn’t included it, perhaps ufotable would’ve had the time to make a more faithful to the game and/or a better show.

Even if they make the gang purify Eizen (and I don’t know if that’ll happen, again, I’m not watching the anime so I don’t know how many episodes are left) I won’t be able to turn a blind eye to all of this. No matter how much I love Eizen and how much I want him and Edna to be happy, it won’t make up for all this BS the anime has thrown at us.

Of course, people who’ve only seen the anime might think differently, as might people who’ve seen the anime and played the game. I have only played the game, so I can’t be entirely justified for saying all these things without knowing the full story. But I’m a big stickler for being faithful to the source material, and it feels like Tales of Zestiria the X, the adaptation of a game I love very much, has taken my opinion on this, ripped it to pieces and then slapped me in the face.

It’s just that I love Tales of Zestiria’s world, story and characters so much, that I’m sad to see this happening in the anime adaptation I hoped would be good. Maybe it was naive of me to have that hope, as video game adaptations aren’t usually the best. But it doesn’t change the fact that I did. And at the end of it all, I’m just so, so disappointed.

I don’t mean to offend anyone with this, I simply needed to get it off my chest. If you like the anime, good for you. I’m just done with it. After I finish Tales of Berseria, I’m going to replay TOZ and not watch the anime.

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kindergarten AU from my first stream ever today! thanks anyone who watched (it was 3 people, i supposed)

something i fished out from the trashcan to color *sweats*

this is the comic for this AU part 1

im thinking that yurio’s grandpa is the kindergarten owner, yuri has to see their grossness every day, and yuuko is the caretaker

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annyeong, annyeong.

Everytime I see someone say “I’ve been watching you guys since (something from long time ago), thanks for (memories and old stuff)” to anyone from CowChop, I feel like I don’t deserve to be a fan because I just found James and Aleks this year and I wasn’t there with all the old memories, sad or happy.

That not being there when James “retired” for awhile or seeing “Immortal” become Aleks with the face reveal makes me think that I’m not really part of this family, community or whatever.

I know CowChop still has a future, a time in the far future I can say “I was a fan since “educational STD penis vid” or “The CowChop House” and make people remember the good old times but right now I feel like I wasn’t there for a large part of these guys careers and I should just give up on being a fan because I can’t connect to James, Aleks and the guys like all of the really old fans.

SP made so many unnessecary NaruSaku moments (in all those fillers and openings/endings). Of course people who don’t stick to the manga where all surprised SasuSaku ended up together. It’s all SPs fault why SS is getting so much hate. They won’t even put afford to SS moments (eg. the proud smirk Sasuke gave to Sakura). You can see the hate they’ve developed for SasuSaku so much in the anime. I really wished Kishi would chose a better animation studio back then

Do I watch Jack play Night in the Woods or do I buy it for myself?
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So..here’s a video that should have been done a long time ago, haha.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXcc7koJ13w

There are a surprising amount of contextual clues you can put together to make Greirat’s tale a sad one. 

Thank you all for continuing to support me and my videos.

Tom à la ferme is quite similar to Killing Stalking

This is a psychological thriller film and it creep me out  . Well , maybe i’m a little axaggerated but without blood , killing , many kind of cheapy scary stuff , you can feel the fear from this film . Dolan is absolutely a genius .I’m now realizing how KS really remind me of this Film which i watched a long time ago .

As the writers and director of Tom à la ferme is a gay man - Xavier Dolan who is a young potential writer/director , Tom à la ferme is also about a gay man :

“ Tom, a young advertising copywriter, travels to the country for the funeral of his boyfriend Guillaume. There, he is shocked to learn that no one knows who he is, nor his relationship to the deceased. Guillaume’s brother Francis soon sets the rules of a twisted game. In order to protect the family’s name and the deceased’s grieving mother, Agathe, Tom now has to play the peacekeeper in a household whose obscure past bodes even greater darkness for his “trip” to the farm.  “ - wikipedia

                                      Shy , sweet and cute Tom 

The point is Francis is really an asshole . He literally locked Tom with him , he is a homophobic , an abuser . Sound familiars hah ? He is Sangwoo , only he is not a serial killer but Francis is violent . 

Through the film , you’ll see Francis emotional abuse Tom . Tom sometime try to escape . There are still some scene which was considered romantic in this movie like when Tom and Francis danced together 

Sorry for my bad language , i can’t show anything better. English is not my first language then i learned to speak French live in Paris now , my English’ve gone worse . But the movie itself is really good , amazing scene , amazing atmosphere setting . You need to watch it >.< 

the weeb reveal au

AKA THAT ONE TIME ANIME WAS ACTUALLY HELPFUL FOR PEOPLE ROMANTICALLY

AKA @gigiree​ AND I ARE TRASH

now, we have plenty of reveals for Adrien and Marinette: mutual reveals with trust, reveals because someone died, seeing some transform/detransform by mistake, silly cat puns, so and so has a mark on their face like so and so.

but this is a show about magical boys and girls and our beloved black cat is also a weeb. 

so imagine…

  • Adrien is finally excited that he finally owns every copy of naruto
  • the boy is powering through them because he has so many to catch up on and he is trash. total trash. he lives in a dumpster.
  • he brings them to school and reads them in quiet
  • now, this is super weebish, but Adrien is like…I don’t care. I need to weeb right now
  • and now, Marinette used to watched the anime a long time ago when she was a child, but just the first one, not Shippuden
  • ANYWAY, somehow she musters up the courage and tells him
  • and now, adrien is thrilled because someone will weeb with him because nino don’t do that animu shiz

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anonymous asked:

Whenever someone says that acephobia isn't real or that aces don't need representation on screen, I think: "Hm, do you remember what fucking TBBT and its fandom did to Sheldon Cooper?"

Honestly tho, for me he’s such a good example of an easy to spot ace character, if I wanted to explain to others how people may not feel sexual attraction, and yet TBBT ruined and many other things.

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Marina & Ulay at MoMA (The Artist is Present)

During the 70s and 80s performance artist Marina Abramović engaged in an intense artistic and romantic relationship with fellow performance artist Ulay (Frank Uwe Laysiepen). In 1988 they ended their relationship with a performance in which they met in the middle of the Great Wall of China and said goodbye. In 2010 the MOMA in New York City held a retrospective of Abramović’s work. As part of the exhibition, Abramović sat silently at a table and allowed members of the public to sit across from her for a minute, and she would silently look at them, sharing the moment. On the opening day of the exhibition, Ulay sat across from Abramović (1:27), without her knowing beforehand that he would be there. This is what happened.