Digimon Adventure tri.
“Confessions” (告白, “Kokuhaku”), Eps. 9-13
Directed By Keitaro Motonaga
I was originally going to write about this film during winter break, but I didn’t have time. Now it’s summer, and I have all the time in the world.
In the third film, we learn that Meicoomon has been infected with the virus. Izzy has been working non-stop to find a cure before their Digimon get infected. However, it’s too late. Patamon has already revealed signs of infection to T.K. The only solution to save Meicoomon is doing a system reboot, but at the cost of the Digimon forgetting the existence of their human friends. Continue reading
On Thursday, my sister and I attended the Warriors Parade at Lake Merrit in Oakland, CA. This was my very first parade and I’m glad it’s a Warriors one. Continue reading
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2017)
Directed By James Gunn
My sister and I finally watched Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 in theaters this week and it was awesome. I love the douchey comments that Rocket and Peter made to each other, the dancing Baby Groot, and the touching family moments between Gamora and Nebula.
The guardians meet Peter Quill’s father, Ego and visit his home planet. Peter begins to accept his father, Ego, until he learns about Ego’s master plan: destroying the entire universe and creating a new one just for the two of them. Continue reading
Now You See Me 2 (2016)
Directed By Jon M. Chu
This is another movie I got to watch on HBO. I watched the first one back in college and I thought it was great. Now You See Me 2 was entertaining but it didn’t have that intensity and flair as the first one. Continue reading
Magic-kyun Renaissance (マジきゅんっ！ルネッサンス)
Directed By: Mitsue Yamazaki
Magic-kyun Renaissance is a masterpiece of hot male characters. One aspect that I like about this anime is the colorful settings, especially when each character brings forth sparkles while creating art. Continue reading
“I’ve Always Liked You” – Confess Your Love Committee (Zutto Mae kara Suki deshita.: Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai, ずっと前から好きでした。～告白実行委員会～)
Directed By Tetsuya Yanagisawa
This is the first movie in the HoneyWorks series. I decided to watch this movie now because the second film has just been released on Crunchyroll and I heard some positive things about it from fellow bloggers. Continue reading
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016)
Directed By Kim Kyu-tae
When the trailer for this South Korean drama first came out, I was excited due to two reasons. The first reason is that I’m a Lee Joon-gi fan and have been since I first saw him in the Japanese-South Korean film, Virgin Snow. His noteworthy roles are in historical period dramas which include works like Arang and the Magistrate and Iijimae. The second reason is that the trailer implies a great romantic tragedy. By now, you should know that I am a big romanticist. Continue reading
I have officially completed my first year of graduate school and the first thing I did when I turned in my last final was hangout with one of my favorite couples, Robert and Mel, and we took a trip to San Francisco to some great food spots and historic landmarks. Continue reading
Suicide Squad (2016)
Directed By David Ayer
When Suicide Squad was released in theaters, I really wanted to watch it but I didn’t have the time to. Luckily, I have HBO, so I was able to see it and despite what critics say, I actually enjoyed it.
Suicide Squad is a band of highly dangerous criminals being forced to do a government task that could get them killed. The task is stopping The Enchantress from taking over the world. Continue reading
I think you already have noticed that I’ve been more active on my blog lately. Well, if you haven’t noticed, I am officially on vacation. I just finished finals and also got done moving into my new apartment. The rest of my summer will consist of blogging! I really missed blogging and talking to everyone in the anime blogging community, but I’m glad to be back! 🙂 Continue reading