It barely played in theaters in the US....thought at least the worldwide netflix release meant I got to see it again in good quality like a week later.
My favorite movie genre is pretty much "oh this is going to give me weird-ass dreams later"
This is the first year in a while not a single of my top 10 made it into the best picture nominees....it's weird. And Mirai's great- Marmoru Hosada's a very solid filmmaker.
When the Good Place returns on Jan 10, it will air after Brooklyn Nine Nine
...This IS the Good Place
It's interesting watching something blind- despite being, well, HERE, I don't do that often.
Me, an hour ago: Hmm, lots of people talking about Revue Starlight, I could do with a story about theater school.
Me, 20 minutes ago: stares at screen, looks at credits: I'm watching Theatrical Girl Utena aren't I?
It's been a good few weeks for Netflix originals in my house. Aside from Hilda and The Haunting of Hill House, I've been greatly enjoying Maniac
[youtube ybKUX6thF8Q http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybKUX6thF8Q youtube]
Holy shit, something that actually made me like a Neil Sedaka song
So even though I am currently watching approximately eight anime series at once (turns out leaving a hobby for ~10 years gives you a nice big backlog), I had to add one more. Someone recced me Snow White with the Red Hair as "for when you need a fairy tale romance where everyone involved are fully rounded characters who are adults and act like it."
How can I turn that down?
Is it weird that I feel like they were deliberately skewing people whining about the "her/a hero" fade by IMMEDIATELY having her punch on old lady in the face?