I like good old Spider-man and Ghost Rider.
I kinda want to live in the Mass Effect universe, but not during the reaper problem, that would be unpleasant. Mass effect is like my sci-fi dream, all the tecnology, space travelling, meeting alien races something that might never happen, let alone in my lifetime.
Skyrim too, just wandering around with a group of travellers, fighting. I'd probably chill with the companions, I always enjoy working with them.
Bionicle would be kinda neat universe to live in too. I would end up travelling in that universe too. Also, as long as my body isn't destroyed, I can come back when I die. : D
A lot of games I play are very miserable. I've never wanted to live in Dark Souls or Gears of War. XD
Which : P
In that case the Ankylosaurus is my favourite dinosaur.
Overly loud people and relationship, "girls be like" and "I seeing my ex's new bf/gf" posts and anything stupid like that on social media. Or the "You don't deserve me at my best when you cant deal with me at my worst" post that I see in every visit to Facebook. -__-
We will Rock you musical and a lot of pantomimes.
A holiday with all my family and or friends.
George RR Martin. I read hardly no books, but I like his narratives, how he brings emotion to characters differently and his opinion on morale in characters and just people in general is very similar to mine. Definitely someone I look up to.
Also Greg is someone who inspired me to focus on characters and how dialogue can really make a book enjoyable.
Mostly yes. I liked the idea, The whole falling apart in her head thing its a very interesting metaphor because it does feel like that at that age and situation, talking from experience. You lose parts of yourself that you will never get back and that was one of the best parts about it. I saw it as a con at first because it was kinda predictable, but the reason it was so predictable is because it brought back similar memories.
I watched it with my dad and my step-mum and they hated it. They said it was too depressing for a kids film and that they wouldn't understand it and I agree with the understanding part. There is a lot of metaphorical things in there that kids won't pick up. Whole scenes in fact. A lot of people say that adds layers to the film, I can see that, but personally I would've found it boring as a kid because its a very static narrative on the outside of her head.
Kind of a pet peeve, but a lot of the jokes fell flat too, I did not find them funny too much. Sadness and fear are probably my favourite because they made me laugh the most.
So, its not something I would watch over and over but was a very emotional movie for me and the moments in the film held more weight than most Pixar films.
MacBeth, that play is brutal. I took a lot of inspiration from Lady MacBeth and her overwhelming guilt and downward spiral into madness.
I love snow.
Yes it does, surprisingly.
I Jon Snow! : P
Star Wars again.
I've seen him amongst my older brothers music, I don't think I've listened to it and known.
Indeed I have, its like the iconic song for R&B over here or something.
The Bat Pod for sure.
The Voya Nui resistance team. There's something about running and hiding from a oppressive force that sounds very exciting to me. I always like standing for the underdog in conflict too.
The last couple years of Bionicle. : P