12 December 2010 @ 12:59 am
I am so not writing about fandom any more, it's sad! Really sad, I'm actually appalled by myself. This needs to change and I intend to start that change tomorrow, but for now a short round up of what I've blogged about in the past three months.... (WOW, so little. Damn!!) I also really need to write about Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light, because it is JUST TOO CUTE and has crowns. Crowns ♥!

I played a bit Odin Sphere, and did not just use Gwendolyn to amuse myself - which I did last weekend at home ♥!! - but actually got further into Velvet's story. I actually defeated Wagner at the second attempt - which greatly surprised me because I am crap with Velvet - and the story bits made me appreciate her a bit more. It's not that she or her story are boring, I guess it is just that she did not intrigue me much when I saw her during the other's storylines and her own - while being pretty interesting and shedding light upon some things - is just not as compelling as the other ones were. What's pretty funny is that the chapter I played today also involved Gwendolyn and I ended up loving and pretty much adoring my favourite character of the game even more and while the chapter brought me closer to Velvet, too, Gwen just got infinitely more wonderful and tragic!

A friend and me had a huge and total fit of laughter!


Where the link to this comic comes from, I forgot but it is so SAD BUT TRUE you have to have a look at IN WHICH WE BETRAY OUR GENDER.



(no spoilers, so no worries)
It was PERFECT. I am truly sad that it was the final episode, but IMHO the series did everything right and it was the perfect ending for a great television series. I'm sad to have to live without Erica Strange now, but as Dr. Tom would say: "In the face of difficulty lies opportunity."

status: amused
16 July 2010 @ 12:26 am
[random subject is random]


Beautiful and artistic PICSPAMS by [livejournal.com profile] wednesdaydreams





&&& another one by [livejournal.com profile] fullof_grace

This is utterly amazing and captures so many things I loved about the four seasons of the series too. I can identify with them so much. How broken we all are and yet how beautiful.

I know I have already spammed you with enough links about racebending and the plea not to see the Avatar: The Last Airbender film - which I have definitely decided not to watch now (under any circumstances, that I would not pay for the film was clear from the start), not even for Dev Patel, who is great - but [livejournal.com profile] ssj10's recent post about the topic really made me cry. She conveyed her feelings so beautifully and outlined the horrible situation equally well. Please take a few minutes to read THESE ARE MY COLOURS, think and then judge for yourself.
[Please read this, even if you are not interested in the cartoon Avatar at all, read this essay, which is about so much more than racebending. It is about how minorities are presented in the American cultural sphere or rather how they are not represented.]

[personal profile] bookshop wrote a post about THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY ERASING RACE FROM THEIR COVERS. I never consciously thought about these things, but I want to grow as a person and be someone who notices these things and almost more important who speaks out against those things.
There is a talk ABOUT THE DANGERS OF THE SINGLE STORY by the Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie.

And since the film The Last Airbender's release date was on the 1st of July, there have been many essays and blog posts about the racebending issue again. Here a few of those I read, liked and really want to share:

FACEPAINT by Q. Le on tumblr which made me realise that I was a bit hypocritical by not seeing that Prince of Persia is pretty racefail too, when it comes to not having any Persian actors portraying Persian characters. (But sometimes I just don't think.)

N.K. Jemisin commented on the movie saying IT'S NOT THE SAME STORY.

Film!TLA is not the same story as cartoon!ATLA because the latter was groundbreaking in its treatment of race and culture, and the former reinforces all the old bad paradigms — brown people relegated to background irrelevance, victimhood, or villainy; white people to the rescue at the forefront. This is not just a problem because of Hollywood’s (well, America’s) long history of marginalizing and objectifying people of color, “yellowface”, etc. It’s also problematic because in this case, changing the race of the characters actually changes the story.
status: busy
29 May 2010 @ 02:17 pm
Dear The Big Bang Theory,
Ever since Penny and Leonard became a couple for real, you lost charm and wit.
I'm sorry.

PS:And yeah I can see Penny/Sheldon because theirs is the most interesting relationship on the show. Take this!
(Sometimes Sheldon is so cute I want to eat him. And sometimes he's so unnerving I could kill him. I seem to be into that kind of characters a lot these days, concerning my love for Christopher Chant or Tony Stark. Both insufferable prats. ♥!)

Grey's Anatomy
I have been rambling on twitter about GA, so if you want quotes and more specific mini-rants go there. Only a some short facts about my lovelies.

Meredith Love her. Always have, always will. (I love that they focus on other characters a lot these days, but I want some interesting shit to happen to Meredith again soon.)
Christina Same here, but I hate Hunt and I hate her and Hunt together.

I am currently looking through the answers of Read it's blogroll where s/he asked for 10 books that are a must read and I'm finding the answers quite interesting. I also really like that a lot of people put in Lycidas by Christoph Marzi. I haven't finished the series yet, but I quite like his style. Sometimes it's a bit too much, but I very much like his ideas and characters. And also how he puts things :)

[personal profile] bookshop wrote about Cult of Awesomeness surrounding decent males in our society not long ago. (You can see that since I added her, I am reading all of her meta.) And even though I knew some of the examples she gives before, reading the entry itself and the articles she links to makes me sick and despise all humanity.
But only in a way, because I know there are lots of great people out there too. Like [personal profile] bookshop herself, many people from [community profile] metafandom and last but not at all least YOU and YOU.

This kinda made me gag and I really want to read the articles bookshop linked to.

A lighthearted and funny attempt on a similar topic by Felicia Day (and another reason to be totally awed by her ;D)

The last Bones episode I have seen was called "THE WITCH IN THE WARDROBE". I adore the show, I really really do. The show is hilarious, does not take itself too seriesly (;D) and has so much charm and lots of ♥!


Iron-Man-Double-Feature: [5th of May]
(Minor Spoilers, but not really for the plot)
There is not much to say about Iron Man except that it was awesome, but you know that already, right? Iron Man 2 is a different topic, sadly. First of all it was not a bad movie. There were some plotlines I enjoyed and some I didn't. Tony was sometimes very awesome and sometimes so very annoying, but overall I liked him very much. And Robert Downey Jr. is just so easy on the eyes that you it's virtually impossible todislike him for extended periods of time ;D
I didn't like the 'replacement actor' of Rhodey nor did I like his storyline very much. Hammer was annoying and downright stupid, but I laughed about him a lot. He was needed for the storyline with Vanko, but I think it was a bit too much and they could have done that a lot better and without Hammer. I loved Vanko's accent and laughed a lot. (And even though the plot was not that thick, thrilling or new, I liked Mickey Rourke as Vanko.) Scarlett Johannson was easy on the eyes, but they could have given her a bit more depth. Her role was small and her fighting was impressive but still unimpressive. Too constructed. (She was only able to take on one guy at a time and that in such an artistic manner that it seemed more constructed than creative.) Pepper Potts was the ever-worrying hero girlfriend we were used to. She too could have gotten a bit more depth, but it didn't hurt that she hadn't because we've known here from the first movie...
Overall I liked Iron Man 2 but it is NOWHERE near as great as the first movie.
A small gimmick that I loved but didn't recognize in the movie was Captain America's shield. At the time I knew it was something important and funny from some Marvel hero (and that Shield agents surprised: Do you know what that is? was pretty much a strong hint and the scene was pretty funny.), but I didn't recognize it until I had a look the wikipedia entry on Captain America today. What I also liked and look forward to is the little trailer they put at the end of the credits showing a digging site, where a hammer is found. Again I could not place the hammer (except that yeah, it was something that belonged to some Marvel hero) but after looking it up I know it to be Thor's hammer. I also know now that Kenneth Brannagh is directing a Thor movie at the moment and that there are in fact comics about a superhero named Thor. I am intrigued and I guess I'll download those comics after seeing the movie at the latest ;D
Oh and the Iron Man 2 soundtrack was really great, but that didn't come as a surprise since the first one was already really good.

Dev Patel as Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Looks great!
I don't know if I am going to watch the movie. The 'racefail' is pretty awful on the one hand and on the other - and this is not about politics and rather selfish and superficial - I just don't think I will like it as much as like the cartoon. I won't say it can't be a good movie, but at the moment I just don't feel like watching it. Furthermore the more I think about it the more I come to the conclusion that I don't want to pay anything for a movie that ignores the fact that - shock! gasp! OMFG! - there are no white kids in Avatar, so I guess I won't watch it regardless of how good it might be despite the 'racebending'. So I guess I won't watch it...
Anyway th picture above greeted me today when I went to look something up at IMDB and I liked it very, very much :D

And because I am not eloquent and also not that well-versed on the topic I'll link you to CHAOSBUNNY'S THE LAST AIRBENDER BOYCOTT VIDEO. (Side note: OMG HOW OLD IS SHE?! I am jealous, because I am not half as eloquent and mature, - wow - as she is but surely a houndred years older.)

SNEAKY MISTER ANTHONY HAS ACTUALLY WRITTEN ANOTHER BOOK USING A PEN NAME!! ISN'T IT GRAND? Well maybe this is an old hat for you, but I am certainly very excited and will try to get my hands on it soon. (Which will be in ten years, because the unread books on m shelf are staring at me accusingly and I would like to read some books from there before aquiring new ones...) Maybe I'll buy it anyway. It certainly falls under the same category as the Sook: Need it because it's the Sook/Chrestomanci/..../Mark Anthony.
I definitely need a reading list for bookblogs and... oh yeah some interesting bookblogs to read ;D

And to show you my newest musical obsession (obtained through yet another great Grey's Anatomy episode, the show has a way with music ♥):

I've been listening to it since three hours or so, that song is pure addiction!

&&& my other musical obssession (I blame you, Y!)

status: accomplished
bgm: Robyn - Dancehall Queen
06 May 2010 @ 03:27 pm
(via [livejournal.com profile] dragonaph and [personal profile] lian.)

Diana Gabaldon ranted about fanficton in her blog and the fandom couldn't help but respond. And sometimes in a most awesome ways, like [personal profile] bookshop did saying she's done explaining to people why fanfic is okay.
I can understand people not liking fanfiction, especially about their own characters. T. for examples does not like it, saying that she mixes up canon and fanon too easily and that she wants to read only what the original author wrote about their characters. I can understand that, but I don't share T's oponion because I myself have always been someone who reads a lot of things into various texts. And therefore it was a real revelation for me when I discovered that I was not alone. (And began to read fanfictions like crazy. I haven't stopped until now and I don't think I ever will.)
Anyway, the discussion brought some interesting insights, at least to me who is fairly new to all the meta stuff, and especially [personal profile] bookshop had some interesting points to raise.

Fans are most amazing and I would be flattered that people write about characters I invented. I might not read fanfiction about my own works, but I'd surely encourage it. (I am sure that it would be most amazing to see the pairings people come up with and how I would laugh about them, because in my head it my head character A and character B do not work together at all... ;D Or I might gain new insights into my own world and the ambiguity of some ideas, I was not able to see on my own.)

Fine, no problem... but surely you can accept that not everyone is like you, and that being different from you is not necessarily the same as being *wrong*?

The Internet in a Nutshell ;D
Oh the wonders of wank ♥!! (from here.)
status: dorky
05 May 2010 @ 05:41 pm
Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] kandismon I discovered the BEAUTIFUL SEIYA/USAGI (AND IN GENERAL BSSMI FANARTS OF YOUKAI YUME and found out THAT THERE IS AN SEIYA/USAGI FANART GROUP ON DW! YESSYESSYESS!! One day I would like to write a SHIP MANIFESTO about them. They are one of my first OTPs after all ♥!

Fullmetal Alchemist X Suikoden 1
(And it's my favourite ending to boot!)

MADE MY MORNING!! I adore Billie Piper, her face, her smile, her hair... ♥! I found the video extremely funny and have I mentioned the gorgeouse Billie Piper already, you know she's....
(via [personal profile] lir)

And the grass it was a ticking
And the sun was on the rise
I never felt so wicked
As when I willed our love to die

And I was your silver lining
As the story goes
I was your silver lining
But now I’m gold

I am very much in love with Rilo Kiley/. I only discovered them as a band a few days ago, but I had a fierce catchy tune of Breaking Up when I worked at H&M. They played it all the time and you just HAD to sing along. (Quietly ;D)

From Yesterday:

THANK YOU SO MUCH, [personal profile] lir


They sent my book today and I can't wait for it to arrive...
status: bouncy
27 April 2010 @ 12:45 am
I have a seminar called The Vampire in Anglophone Cultures – Transformations of a Monster at university this semester and th lecturer started her introduction with a video from College Humor to show that there have been many different kinds of vampire adaptations since the original Dracula. IT'S HILARIOUS WATCH IT! (Bill! And Edward and Dracula....AND EVEN COUNT COUNT ♥!)

The new Kate Nash album My Best Friend Is You is great! I just CAN'T stop listening to Do Wah Doo (& watch the video! Kate Nash is just so cute and funny.)

I'll just read a book instead.
I don't care if we're just friends.
I can hang out with myself
I'm old enough now to pretend.
I'll just read a book instead.

I want to share one of my mother's cabaret artist/comedian with you: Horst Evers! (German only, I'm afraid.)
Please watch THIS video. The 'bread from yesterday' is so incredible hilarious ♥ It is far at the end of the video, but if you have some time, please watch the whole thing. It is just THAT good.
(I would also strongly recommend: FETTER AUSDRUCK)

While rewatching Lucky Star, because it is glorious and also the best thing to watch when you want to relax and not thing about too much about coherent plotline(s), I came across MY FAVOURITE LUCKY STAR SCENE EVER!! (Which is a lie, because I love most every scene in that damn show... ♥!!) I found it incredibly hilarious, when I first saw it but this time I looked for the cm WHERE KONATA'S ANTICS COME FROM and think it's even more hilarious now :D

And on the radio
You hear November Rain
That solo's awful long
But it's a good refrain
You listen to it twice
'Cause the DJ is asleep

They had a tiny review on Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening this morning and since IT IS SO PRETTY I really, really want it.
(Nevermind that I don't have the stupid game for the XBox anyway....WOE IS ME.)
status: sleepy
bgm: Symphony #8 in G major, Op. 88 - 4th movement (Nodame Cantabile OST)
15 April 2010 @ 10:09 pm
Legend of the Guardians
based on the books Guardians of Ga’Hoole
Beauitful animation! The story does not seem that new, but the protagonists sure are, OWLS! Never had that before and it looks amazing. The voice acting seemed pretty neat too, I liked it very much :) Lookin' forward to that one ♥

RAPUNZEL, uhm sorry it's TANGLED now. (Nice change :D)
Here the first teaser: TANGLED TEASER
It does not reveal... anything much, but I do like Rapunzel's voice and she's going to be the first animated Princess, right? I was a bit sad that this movie is not a 'real' Disney animation like The Princess and the Frog has been, but now I am not so sure anymore. I have seen glorious pictures of backgrounds and now I am looking forward to Tangled, too. (Especially after How To Train Your Dragon blew my mind ♥!)

I made some more but first of all I want t share a feed with you, that I didn't create, the one of the author Neil Gaiman: HERE.

thecartdriver_feed is the feed for http://thecartdriver.com/. Yet another animeblog, I know ;D

brianandrew-feed is the blog a former author of THATanimeblog joined, so I started reading it too :)

kotowari_feed! This definitaly needed a feed ♥

As well as kotaku_feed ♥!

LOOK I HAS delicious ;D ➝ kitsch aus plastik: kitschprinzessin's delicious
135 tags in the following categories:
animanga, art, book, character-centric, comics, game, length, movie&tv, original, pairing, reclist&generaltags & warnings&ratings&more.
I use delicious mostly as a place to 'collect' the fanfictions, artists and authors I like. It's nice to have it all in one place. (Although unfortunately that's not true.)
Of course it serves as a reclist too, since I added only the fanfictions I especially enjoyed.

What I did try out waiting for a friend:

[OMG THEY CHANGED THE OPENING SONG. NEW LYRICS AND NEW SINGER. I guess the translation is better, but I liked the voice of the old singer better. I wonder about "Wind's Nocturne and Luna's in game singing now. ➝ more was on twitter ;D And I guess more will come once I start the game for real, but university is demanding :/]

ETA on Lunar:


Should you want to compare the other song of the game too, HERE IS SILVER STAR STORY'S WIND'S NOCTURNE and HERE IS THE SILVER STAR HARMONY VERSION OF WIND'S NOCTURNE (I haven't listened to the latter, because I want to see and hear it at the appropriate time in the game :D)
Singing along sure brings good memories. I adored this game and it is still one of my favourite 'fairytales' if you want. And of course one of my favourite JRPGs too.

Seen some time ago and the best movie I have seen in ages, most beautiful in every way ♥ ♥ ♥
I loved it from the beginning to the heartbreaking and heartwarming end ♥!
(The first movie where I enjoyed 3D too.)

I was reading From Girl to Woman: American Women's Coming of Age Narratives yesterday for university. As to be expected he author talks about Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, which you may know from the anime series Eine fröhliche Familie (Ai no Wakakusa Monogatari), if you haven't heard the title before. I watched and adored the anime when I was little and even though I did not indentify with Jo at the time (she was too old for me back then), I deeply admired her. She was some kind of role model I guess, even though I did not think of it that way, because I felt more than thought when watching series or reading books. (I stll do that most of the time today...) Anyway, reading Christy Rishoi's short analysis of Little Women deeply disappointed me (➝ the ending of the novel) and now I don't know if I ever want to read the actual book. DAMN.
(But other than that I enjoyed reading From Girl to Woman.)
bgm: Howie Day - Collide
18 February 2010 @ 07:39 pm
A rant about slash, subtext metatext an solidarty by [personal profile] eumelia.

"I know you care for him as much as I do": about homoerotic subtext and slash and what it might mean for the heteronormative world if their heroes turned out to be gay. by [personal profile] bookshop.

Somehow I was reminded of the gorgeous article Your Friends Are Not Watching the Same Show You Are (And That's Okay). I also think that what [personal profile] resa answered to my question "Are there books/games/comics/... you don't want a movie adaptation of?":

Some future movie will probably prove me wrong some day, but right now I think there is none because I draw a clear line between books and movie adaptions thereof. Both media have advantages and disadvantages and if a movie adaption can use the advantages of being a movie well, chances are pretty high that I'll like it - even if it's completely different from the original book.

"Original"... Remember what I told you about translation in this guest lecture I heard last week (about the Human Rights)? If you see it like that, a book is nothing else than the realization of an idea in somebody's head; he has an idea and puts it, that is, translates it into a work of art. Funny thing to talk about "the original book" in the strictest sense then, right? It begins as an abstract idea and I would argue that's what we as readers or movie watchers translate it back to when we read or watch it.

And if I get a different kind of idea when I translate a movie adaption than from the book? It doesn't destroy the idea I got from the book first. I might not like it as much or even not at all, but I think translation, might it be text translation, from one language to another; might it be cultural translation, from one custom of one culture to another; or the translation from one medium to another - we need it, now more than ever. Even if it totally fails, because that's what makes us aware of the process. And that's important, right?

NARNIA! NARNIA! I forgot that 2010 is the year of the Dawn Treader movie. Anyway, I would like Caspian without a beard better but Edmund looks positively cute. Oh no, I am fairly sure my obsession with Skandar Keynes will start all over again this year...

IMDb says that I will have to wait until December to watch the movie, but... I CAN'T WAIT!
status: curious
14 February 2010 @ 04:25 pm
I finally was able to watch Avatar.
During the movie I was taking notes like most of the time when I watch a movie, because you can't talk alll the way through a movie, even though you have lots of interesting thoughts and because I have the memory capacity of a gold fish. (I write down almost everything I need or don't need to remember...) When I watch a movie I try to capture my 'first impressions' and ideas on paper, it's fun and I am able to catch little details I forget really soon after leaving the cinema... Goldfish, really!
This is definitely lacking important observations that can be made about Avatar and I could say much more about the movie, but I don't particularly feel like it. I just didn't want my notes to go to waste, so I decided to type them up and make an entry.
If you want to read another interesting entr about Avatar, I suggest reading [personal profile] schattenstern's entry, which is interesting and offers some nifty insights on how to improve the movie.

Now onto the rather messy and not at all coherent (but chronological!) notes on Avatar: )
status: amused
bgm: The Sounds - 4 Songs and a Fight
28 January 2010 @ 11:30 pm
Look at my gorgeous new default icon for [personal profile] blady. Ah, my genius boy ♥!
I wish I could play Symphonia again. (I can't because I don't have a Gamecube in B.) I desperately wish for a damn Wii. I really want to play Ratatosk! The new characters look so great (Richter Abend is just hot while Emil and Martha are so cute I could eat them!) and I am interested in the plot and of course in meeting my favourite characters again.
I also unable to refrain from sharing these two Raine icons, they're too hilarious and true. Raine is one of my favourite science geeks, ever! Oh Symphonia, I want thee!
Another new icon is the one I am using for this entry (on DW), isn't Llloy... the fucking best?! ♥! Emotional intelligent ;D

The postman made me happy today by bringing the "i-am-so-frustrated-with-uni-i-buy-books-order" package, or at least part of that order. So I am a proud owner of The Guin Saga: Book One: The Leopard Mask: Leopard Mask Bk. 1 as well asDas Lied der Bestien: Roman and Twelve Kingdoms, Volume 3: The Vast Spread of the Seas.
Even though the arrival of the books made me happy, I am sort of angry and annoyed by the last two books. I ordered Das Lied der Bestien: Roman by Uehashi Naoko in German ONLY because there was no translation available in English, but when I opened the book this morning, guess what? It is actually not translated from Japanese into German, but from English into German. One one level it makes me angry that I wasn't able to find an English translation, but on another level I am speechless that the book was translated using a translation! There are no words to express my outrage at that, I just think it's something you shouldn't do, especially in this day and age, wehre there is surely someone able to translate the book properly from Japanese into German. (And if it's too expensive then DON'T TRY TO PUBLISH JAPANESE BOOKS.) ACK!
The other thing that annoyed me is that I am now owner of the third volume in the Twelve Kingdoms series, but the second has yet to arrive... GNAAAH, I really, really want to read it, after I basically flew through the pages of Twelve Kingdoms - Paperback Edition Volume 1: Sea of Shadow, which I adored. (It is no surprise that I loved the book, since I really liked the manga adaption of 12 Kingdoms and was already half-in love with the characters anyway. I had high expectations and wasn't disappointed in the slightest. Though I am still sad that there is not much Keiki in the book, I adore him! But when he appeared he spoke with Koyasu Takehito, of course. I guess I was lying in my bed giggling through the whole first chapter. The whole book made me giddy and happy, I really liked it.

On further note, I realised that I really need to read Dianna Wynne Jones' Chronicles of the Chrestomanci, which is why I ordered Charmed Life. I have two (to my shame) still unread books by Dianna Wynne Jones on my bookshelf, but who can resist [personal profile] halcyonjazz's wonderful drawings of Christopher Chant, I surely can't. (this is my favourite of Christopher while this is my favourite of Cat Chant.)
status: chipper
12 January 2010 @ 10:45 am
Sarah Haskins' Target Women: Super Special

I adore her, she's funny and just... made of awesome!
(I still can't get over the Chuck Bass joke :D)
If I did Cultural Studies America I would write a paper on that ♥!
status: giggly
16 December 2009 @ 12:58 am
Without much ado these two games give you the opportunity to have gay sex. How neat is that? :)
Thanks Bioware for including it without a fuss ♥
(But OH I WANT WANK! The comments on youtube are wonderful and stupid enough, but good wank always makes my day ♥ Best comment on youtube (to the Dragon Age video): "now if only they had had this in Twilight Princess".)

Mass Effect:Lila and Femshepard Romance

First of all isn't Femshepard the most hilarious word EVER? Strange but funny compound.
The scene is nice too, although the version of Shepard is a bit ugly. I like Lila and one day when I am actually playing the game myself, I'll give her a prettier Shepard :D

Dragon Age: Sex with Zevran

Haha, he IS funny! Give him some boots and he'll give you pleasure in exchange. Not too bad a deal, is it? I like it. Although I still need to get used to his accent (Spanish elves? What are the French, dwarfs? That would be funny, but they countries in DA might as well be mixed race countries, I have no clue.)
Is the PS3 version of the game any good?* Or shall I wait for the day I'll finally have an XBox360 to play Dragon Age.
* If it's good I know what daddy's (AND MY!) christmas present will look like...


Following [personal profile] halcyonjazz's thought: If you can determine the quality of a Final Fantasy on the 'quality' of it's Cid... OH BLISS! OH JOY! ;D
(For this one I'd rather measure the quality of the game on Lightning, Hope (oh boy, Larsa syndrome!) and, of course, the Eidolon. Alexander, Odin and Bahamut are stunning and I've always been in love with the Esper/Bestia/Guardian Forces/Summoned Beasts/...)

"& that was the third time I died."

Utterly in love with those guys ♥!

Something else entirely:
Voluptuous & sexy Gemma Arterton
Thanks for not being a skinny bitch and still looking this good ♥

Very related to that:
Prince of Persia Movie Trailer
HER VOICE & HER PRETTY ♥! But it's not only that ;) The action looks good, the costumes are neat, the special effects seem solid and the setting as well and while I am not enjoying the looks of the Prince to much, I really enjoy the bad guy's... Oh and the music's epic too, what's more to love? Looks like a movie I'll enjoy!
(I also want the newest PoP game like NOW...)
bgm: Arcade Fire - Wake up
09 December 2009 @ 09:08 am
UnSkippable: Dirge of Cerberus
♥ ♥ ♥

UnSkippable: Devil May Cry 4

"Look there's nothing sexual about two muscley guys, the elder of whom beating the younger with his sword, grappling and firing their guns."
status: geeky