In other words: light entertainment, some comedy, a romance that probably won’t go anywhere, and probably a new character every week. There’s nothing wrong with that so long as that’s what you’re in the mood for, and don’t make the mistake of expecting anything else. Continue reading
A fascinating look at the background elements that anime so often gets right.
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Originally posted on OTAKU LOUNGE:
Anime is a medium that loves to exaggerate. From the overlarge eyes and sometimes hilarious facial expressions to the often outright fantastical stories that occur in ‘real life’ situations, there’s clearly a lot about anime that is in no way comparable to the actual world in which we live.
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The Avengers: Age of Ultron is a worthy followup to The Avengers, albeit with a trend in cinematography that I could do with less of.
My biggest problem lies in the scale, and pacing, of the action sequences combined with the tendency to close up shots. Too fast, too close, too hard for me to keep track of. Continue reading
The Age of Adaline is an engaging, tightly edited, fantasy romance that is well worth seeing.
The lead actor, Blake Lively, delivers a superb performance as Adaline, and carries the film well. She is quite simply wonderful to watch, and a large part of why The Age of Adaline is so engaging. Continue reading