The Fundamentals of Caring 2016: Real Storytelling

Rating: 82/100 Sweet and real. This is usually how I describe these kinds of movies, and is usually rated high in my narcissistic opinion. Not much is different from reality when the choices the characters made in it is kind of the same on what you'd do if faced in the same circumstance, and to … Continue reading The Fundamentals of Caring 2016: Real Storytelling

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Kim Possible: Remember this?

Rating: 90/100 I just have to create a post on one of the best cartoon on my watched list. Spurred from a watched season 1, episode 1 of the series hours ago. Though the memory is from my childhood, every episode, if re-watched, could be recalled, and this is coming from someone with a very bad … Continue reading Kim Possible: Remember this?

Konjiki no Moji Tsukai – Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat

Rating: 40/100 You can use Isekai as a tool. I'd say this is a very good tool. Certainly, I would give it a try if a series has this genre. But you gotta have a reserved ammo, or a new weapon, or a back up plan if you use Isekai. It just won't survive, won't … Continue reading Konjiki no Moji Tsukai – Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat

Dawn of the Frozen Wastelands: Better story is more important

Rating: 40/100 This manga has above average artwork in my opinion. The action sequences were really cool, with monsters pummels the ground, creating a pile of smokes, clothes flapping around but as amazing is the drawing in this manga (or manhwa, really) is, it is really not enough. Good art matters still but better story … Continue reading Dawn of the Frozen Wastelands: Better story is more important

The Internship 2013: Fun for many generations

Rating: 65/100 Two dudes, old enough to be a dad, just got fired and finds their way among the smart, young, and inexperienced on some aspects talents in one the biggest tech company, Google. The humor comes in the form of interactions of the old and the young, the differences on the generation, and the … Continue reading The Internship 2013: Fun for many generations