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Bones - ok not differents
By feelinglesslife on Jul, 13 2015
regular show not very differents with other one
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - some time nice wtih them
By feelinglesslife on Jul, 13 2015
great actor and funny moment around
The Fault in Our Stars - watch don't miss
By feelinglesslife on Mar, 14 2015
n the opening voice-over of the funny, sweet, three-hankie tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars, Shailene Woodley’s terminally ill 16-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster tells the audience what kind of movie they’re about to see. Or rather, what kind they’re not about to see. ”I believe we have a choice in this world about how to tell sad stories,” she says. ”On the one hand, you can sugarcoat it — nothing is too messed up that it can’t be fixed with a Peter Gabriel song. I like that version as much as the next girl does.” But, she concludes, that’s not the truth. It’s been four decades since Love Story turned young love doomed by cancer into saccharine Hallmark hooey. And it’s safe to say that Hazel Grace would have hated that film. A generation of teens like her have been weaned on YA novels (including the 2012 John Green best-seller this is based on), leading to more discerning palates. They can sniff out condescension from a thousand yards. That’s why they’re lu
Death Note - watch this
By feelinglesslife on Mar, 14 2015
Parents need to know that this mature Adult Swim anime series isn't intended for kids. It revolves around a high school student who becomes a serial killer. Since his victims are all criminals, he justifies the murders as a way of creating a crime-free world. Most of the deaths aren't too graphic, but they're frequent. The frightening appearance of a Japanese death god adds to the show's dark psychological nature.death note is simply fantastic. Although the story follows Light, the high school senior who finds the death note, it never exactly promotes his behavior as "good". Also, L (the other main character who many fans find more lovable although stranger) highly opposes Light's ideals and strives to catch him before there's any more killings. So, it's not as if everyone's supporting the serial killer. Death Note is not exactly a classic battle of good vs. evil, but that's why it's so wonderfully unique and interesting
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 - watch more
By feelinglesslife on Mar, 14 2015
The film explores the way propaganda is used to set the stage for a conflict, and considering this is a mainstream franchise aimed primarily at young audiences, it's actually a pretty interesting take on how image matters as much as action in a media age.The trifecta of Lawrence, Moore, and Hoffman is the movie’s driving force, from both a plot and performance perspective. Together, they imbue Mockingjay with a sense of gravity and significance befitting its tough themes.
Baka and Test: Summon The Beasts - fun and laugh
By feelinglesslife on Mar, 14 2015
The dub version for me certainly is much better than the Japanese version for this anime. It\'s funny and often warms your heart. Even the characters you hate you end up loving because they add to what Baka & Test is all about. Though I was confused about certain characters\' relationships with one another in this season, I am happy that all the kids who are within the same group still rely on one another to succeed in competitions in order to maintain their status among the school\'s other ranks. But this series is more than just people and test scores and status. It is about people beating the odds when things seem hopeless and learning how to work together to succeed as a team while there are some who don\'t believe in other peoples\' capabilities. As stated before, it is a heartwarming series and people learn how to appreciate those who play on the same losing side with them but that doesn\'t matter when ultimately, only they can count on each other to be there for them in thei