he/him • 17 • fil/eng • infj-t
!! sucker for ya dystopian, sci-fi, action-adventure, fantasy, animations.
> Whoever said making a two-part movie conclusion for a YA franchise would work needs serious therapy.
> Should you find pleasure in Twilight Saga, remember that ultra-horniness can kill you.
> Bruno Mars' "It Will Rain" and Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years" did not deserve this kind of treatment.
Lovers Rock welcomes you to its sensuous house party of the shared community but does not bother discomfiting your participation in it, and also introduces a formed love between freshly acquainted characters. I find myself irresistibly being there at the moment as they bathe in joys of dancing and singing, tension both in little quarrels and flirting, and in a rollercoaster emotion of partying. To some extent, dancing to "Kung Fu Fighting" in blast speakers and hearing endless singing of "Silly Games" are the most impassioned things I have to encounter for the meantime.
i'm crying. that moment when the trio were asked to write an essay about their character: Emma wrote about 12 pages, Dan wrote about half an A4 paper, then there's Rupert with nothing because he believed Ron wouldn't actually do it either.
what a great time to be kids.
It creates a room to emphatize with the nomadic life as it lets you experience it, instructing you to lend your ears and eyes with what it has to tell. In all fairness, the film looks amazing—well paced, well photographed, and well acted out—but, to me, it just doesn't feel great as it should have been. I can't seem to form a firm connection with the characters considering the fact that the lead was played by a professional, multi-awarded actor…