“You should always try to do the right thing, become a benefit to society, and earn the respect of every person you meet.” We all strive to become a benefit to society...that’s why I write reviews on the internet, and I do so with confidence. Welcome, it’s your #1 (self-proclaimed) confidence reviewer Kat T. Movies! … Continue reading Great Pretender: A Mask of Confidence
This is the conclusion of my dive in Bunny Girl Senpai. This post in particular is reviewing Nodoka and Kaede respectively. If you are interested in the other characters then I highly advise you to read part 1 and 2. Enjoy. Nodoka Toyohama Arc If I were to recognize myself in one of the puberty … Continue reading This Rascal’s Review of Bunny Girl Senpai (Nodoka & Kaede Arcs)
Welcome back my dear friend. Yes back, hopefully you're not reading this ahead of part 1. I understand that time is a precious thing. I'd never want to waste it. So to ease the burden I did good by you and separated my review into 3 more digestible parts. So you better have read part … Continue reading This Rascal’s Review of Bunny Girl Senpai (Koga and Futaba Arcs)
Come with me and you’ll see a world of pure imagination! K is the name, movies are my game but today we have a special treat. Hope you like the décor, I’m really proud of that eye-popping thumbnail. However, if you came to be naughty children, you’ll get NOTHING! YOU LOSE, GOOD DAY SIR! Introducing … Continue reading This Rascal’s Review of Bunny Girl Senpai (Mai Sakurajima Arc)
“Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It's a way of understanding it.”― Lloyd Alexander Life can only contain so many fleeting moments before it all comes to an end. A brutal fact that everyone must accept at some point I suppose. Few films demonstrate a perspective of life filled with such existential melancholy as … Continue reading Could This Actually Be True? The Secret Behind Synecdoche, New York
Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire uses Stella Kowalski’s abusive and unfulfilling relationship as a cautionary tale to portray the importance of letting go and leaving things behind. The parallels that All About My Mother produces comes to a different conclusion, the importance opting in, letting go of your insecurities and accepting your place. The whole conceit … Continue reading How a Streetcar,a Heart Transplant, and a Prostitute Reminds Me ‘All About My Mother’?