Why do I do…. This? Why do any you do this? Maybe it is something to do with leaving a legacy and this is the funny way we’ve decided to go about that. A legacy…. I’m told it’s “planting seeds in a garden you don’t get to see” and maybe this blog and your blog … Continue reading Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
Good afternoon everyone, I’m Donnie Lemonie the most impartial, non-bias journalist to ever exist. K is taking the day off and has brought me in here to cover a special topic he admits he’s too much of an opinionated jerk to handle these stories with the journalistic integrity that Donnie Lemonie has. Speaking of high … Continue reading Twitter is a Great Place to Share Art?!?
READING PART 1 IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. THIS IS AN ARC BY ARC REVIEW OF CLANNAD: AFTER STORY WHICH WILL DETAIL AND SPOIL THOSE ARCS SO DON'T READ THAT IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE SPOILED. READ THE FIRST COUPLE PARAGRAPHS OF PART 1. IF I STRETCH THE INTRO ANY LONGER THIS BECOMES UN-READ-ABLY LONG SO … Continue reading Tears and Fears Clannad: The Complete After Story
“It is sadder to find the past again and find it inadequate to the present than it is to have it elude you and remain forever a harmonious conception of memory.”- F. Scott Fitzgerald The concept of rose-colored nostalgia googles tells me that this might not be a great idea but if you give me … Continue reading Clannad: The Complete Story
Hello everyone, welcome back to my short film series shortcut where we look at short films usually through a specific lens to hopefully think of these various elements of film to gain some perspective and grow as media creators and critics ourselves. The common factor between today's bunch is genre conventions. Conventions are common traits, … Continue reading Conventional Wisdom(shortcut ep. 3)
Stephen Teo compares Kar-Wai Wong’s In the Mood for Love to Salvador Dali’s The Persistence of Memory for its own unique portrayal of the passing of time. It is an odd comparison as to where Dali’s The Persistence of Memory shows a landscape unaffected by time, melting in demonstration of how surreal the manifestation of … Continue reading The Love and Loss of ‘In The Mood for Love’
Preface: Murder by Necessity is a draft of script for practice purposes. It is the telling and dramatized story of The William Brown a ship during the 1840's which tragedy struck. With impending doom, and the survival of others in your hands what moral sacrifice can be condoned as "for the greater good". Below will … Continue reading Murder by Necessity pt.1