So Mirai was quite good and definitely a step up from The Boy and the Beast. No quite on par with the twin masterpieces of Wolf Children and Summer Wars, but still very good. Along with Yuasa and Shinkai, Hosoda is the one to watch.

Just watched They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead. It was pretty cool to see a ton of Welles’ footage from unfinished work. I’m still not sure I’m ready to watch The Other Side of the Wind. I wonder if he would have wanted it out there finished by someone else.

Selfie, eye contact, goth friday 

@LarryDavis @Absolutely_Blakely I'm sorry, that was definitely not my intention. But I guess I can see it, you're right. I apologize. I can tell you it was definitely not aimed at anyone here. I guess I just don't understand all the Eva bashing. There are so many people who really hate on it, and I don't get it.

@LarryDavis @Absolutely_Blakely

i guess im in the minority. i love og eva. hot take: its not just robots beating each other off. it has like soul

"Oh, but we don't have any people like that in New York!" Ivy League edition (anti-semitism, literal Nazis) 

"Oh, but we don't have any people like that in New York!" Ivy League edition (anti-semitism, literal Nazis) 

@MrRaptor Haha, no I am doing quite a bit of walking now for work.

Well, I ended up really liking it this time around. It was a little on the nose at times. But, I liked what he did with this one. And I particularly enjoy single-location stories that work now. I think before I felt it to be a little claustrophobic. The psychological tie-ins were delightful as well.

Ok, this whole story (started as a stage play) is based on Nietzsche's Ubermensch (another psychology reference by Hitch).

Jimmy Stewart invents The Purge cracking wise at a dinner party! Only he suggests it lasts a week!

Christ, they're all doing it! Hitch, man, you should know better! You drink tea out of a mug, too??

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