It took a lot of chapters to bring Tomo and Jun’s journey to a close (Like I said, Jun decides really slowly) but everything just made sense in the end. Everything happened at the perfect time and iI, for one, was really happy how it played out. I wouldn’t giving this entire manga another read because its just so much fun. It makes me so excited to see how the last three episodes of the anime would play out.
Although its starts out quite gloomy, I find myself very invested in the story Dreaming Freedom aka Free in Dreams. The characters are flawed and surrounded by darkness but I can’t help but root for them to have a happy ending.
As far as manhwas go, this is not the first time that the FL is transported from another universe as a side character promoted to a lead position. Still, I Accidentally Saved the Male Lead’s Daughter has a charm about it that will get you hooked to the series straight off the bat.
Unlocked is a very good movie to watch if you want to check your social media habits or discover how to better protect yourself in this technologically propelled society. It was scarier than any horror film in the sense that it could happen to anyone who owns a smartphone.
I think that Re/member was trying to go for the same formula as South Korea’s All of Us Are Dead. It could have worked if it was released as a series, with more time to delve into the backstory of the Red Person, and the rest of the group, perhaps even the first batch of Body Searchers. However, the length of a feature film is not enough to do everything the movie sought to do and by its end, it seemed like an overly ambitious fragmented ball of mush.
All in all, Salon de Nabi was a great binge watch. It was light and fun where it mattered but deep and substantial when the topic called for it. I liked how the stories complemented each other. It was a very bingeable and feel good series that you can breeze through easily. Watch it when you can.
All in all, the games were intelligently crafted for Alice in Borderland Season 2. The backstories were told effectively to connect the players to the games. And the final twist was chef’s kiss. It was an epic end to two seasons of deaths and it was the perfect explanation for the title and how the characters were linked in the real world. And because there were still some questions left behind, I personally would not mind another season of Alice in Borderland.
All in all, The Menu was not a bad movie. It had an interesting premise and a creative approach to food and the artistry and passion involved in serving the perfect dish. And it was beautifully crafted. For me, it ticked all of the boxes for technicality but I felt that the general sense of cynicism made it hard to connect with the film, or any of its characters.
All in all, it was cute, it was sweet and the perfect way to start the year 2023 with good vibes. It was also not too long with eight episodes. It was, as the title promised, fabulous.
HoTD is doing a good job covering diversity and gender issues, actually without being too preachy about it. Its just part of the realities of the narrative and the show needs not explain itself overmuch about what it is trying to say. Its an intelligent way to treat its audience and it is something, I think that is not lost on the show’s viewers. So thank you, HBO.