Osaka > Tokyo. ‘Nuff said.
My Time on Reddit – Nine years in the Making It has been nine years since I officially “joined” the Reddit community. I put “joined” in quotes because me joining the community isn’t really “joining”, but merely a formality. It signifies by registration, my entrance […]
I think comparing the two films is a red herring because the two are vastly different movies due to their intended theme. Thematically, the two films are incredibly different. Koe no Katachi is a story about Ishida owning his guilt and shame that he created […]
The title is harsh, I know. But it speaks a lot of truth to my feelings towards Andy Weir’s The Martian.
Much like my review of Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, I’m going to give a short and a not-so-short review of both the movie and the novel.
Day’s almost over, but I just came back from SF after watching Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s movie Steve Jobs. I’ll give a short and a not-so-short review of the movie. Short: It’s a good dramatization of Steve Jobs and his relationship with other people. […]