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Movie Thoughts: How to Train your Dragon 3
I'll try to keep this as spoiler free as possible.

As a kid, I was crazy about Dragons.  In both books and in film, Dragons came in such a variety, my imagination ran wild.  With good Dragon movies like Dragon Heart, Dragon Slayer and even The Hobbit, I felt that Dragon movies could not get any better.  That is until 2010, when How to Train your Dragon was released.  I'll go more into depth on those films at a later time though.  After seeing the third and final entry, I feel I have another favorite trilogy.
Starting with the characters, I really enjoyed them.  These are the same characters that we, as the audience, grew up with.  Hiccup and Astrid are probably my favorite human characters.  With Hiccup, he's torn between keeping Dragons safe along with his own people.  After only a year of being chief, you can see how the issue tears at him.  The rest of the human cast is fun as well but I feel that
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Movie Thoughts: Alita Battle Angel
First new film this year and it was certainly an interesting one to say the least.  Going into this one, I knew nothing about it other than what I saw in the trailers.  However, I don't think I'll have a lot to say about this one.

In the Year 2563, 300 years after a war known as, The Fall, a Cybernetic Doctor is scavenging for parts in a junkyard.  There he finds the remains of a cyborg but her brain is still functional.  After repairing and giving her a new body, the doctor names her Alita, due to her being unable to remember who or what she is.  As time goes on, Alita slowly starts to regain her lost memories and realizes her destiny.
After seeing this one, I did a little research and found out that this is an adaptation of a Manga first published in the 90's; a manga that was later adapted into an anime.  Before this, Alita certainly felt like a live action anime and its action is very fast paced but has plenty of sl
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Why I Love Movie Theaters
WHY I LOVE MOVIE THEATERS


A little while ago, I uploaded a rebuttal to a video from a YouTuber called The Unusual Suspect. The video was him describing all of the reasons he hates movie theaters, and so I went and stated why I feel many of his complaints were either non-issues or not that big of a deal. However, that of course brings up the next logical question: why do we go to movie theaters? We have accessibility to a wide range of films from our homes, where any issues that a theater would provide are out the window. So why do I and many others still choose, and sometimes even prefer, to go out and see a movie at the cinema?
I feel that the answer comes not in the form of many small reasons ala Suspect's video, but rather a few big reasons. And I'm going to list off all of them and explain them in detail. My hope is that this will not only help people understand my own mentality on the matter, but also be able to resonate a
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Happy Valentines Day everyone.  Hope it is a good one for everyone so far.  Now I know I'm over a month late on this but there wasn't anything I wanted to see last month so I think I have a break.  As for the films I plan to see later this year, I have a feeling I won't be breaking my record.  These are at least the films I plan on seeing.  I may see more but only time will tell.


1.  Godzilla: King of the Monsters

I'm gonna get this one out of the way as you all know my excitement for this one.  The Godzilla series is my all time favorite film series and the MonsterVerse is my favorite Cinematic Unverse.  As for the film itself, It is my most anticipated one of the year; one I know will be making peoples top 10 lists.  I really cannot wait to see Mothra, Rodan and Ghidorah in an American film.  This is honestly the monster film I've waited 20 years for.  You can bet your bum that I'll be seeing this at least 4 times.

2.  How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World

As a fan of the Dragons films, this is the animated film I want to see the most.  The first two films are very well made and I want to see how the story concludes.  I know it's going to be an emotional ride for many.

3.  Alita Battle Angel

Like Ready Player One, I know nothing about this one.  Is it an adaptation? something original?  Whatever the case, I'm at the very least tempted to see this one.  Since it is released today, I may see this one over the weekend.

4.  Star Wars Episode XI

Call me a crazed fanboy or a non-fan but I've enjoyed every Star Wars film, Including Last Jedi and Solo.  I want to see how this trilogy is going to end.  Altough I do know one thing: SW fans will be getting triggered no matter what happens.

5.  Avengers Endgame

I've been around since the MCU kicked off back in 2008 and I've enjoyed the roller coaster of films that have been released.  However, ever since Deadpool 2's release, I've been getting sick of comic book films.  After this one, I'm done with the MCU.  It looks like the perfect finale.  You've built up your villain and had him win.  Now, how do the survivors take him down?

6.  Aladdin

As one of my all time favorite Disney films from the 90's, I'm curious to see what this one will be doing differently.  I'm already familiar with the uproar over Jafar and the Genie but I'm going to be reserving my judgement until I see the film as a whole.  I do not expect this one to top the original, nor do I expect Will Smith's Genie to hold a candle to Robin Williams spectacular performance.  What I do expect from Smith though, is his own unique take on the character.  If you can't top what came before, try your own take. 

7.  The Lion King

The Lion King is my favorite Disney film of all time.  It is grand, gigantic, tragic and heartfelt so I'm curious about the remake.  I'm glad James Earl Jones is reprising his role as Mufasa but I'm still a bit upset that Jeremy Irons will not be reprising the role of Scar again.  On top of that, I don't know why Beyonce is in this one.  In any case, I want this one to be good but I also want it to do some things different.  Since Jon Favereu is directing this one, and since I really liked Jungle Book, I want to see how he handles the story.

8.  Detective Pikachu

Pokemon movies are an interesting lot.  Each one has a unique story followed by great battles and decent characters.  They also have some charm to them.  To my knowledge, this will be the first live action Pokemon film.  It looks promising but I just cannot take Pikachu seriously with Ryan Renolds voice leaving the little guys mouth.

9.  It: Chapter 2

IT was certainly a film I underestimated.  After the laughable mini series, I never would have thought that the remake would be any good.  I'm glad I was wrong.  Since IT became a HUGE success, I'm curious to see how the sequel will fare.  I know this, we're gonna float to the theaters.

10.  Frozen 2

I may have been a bit too generous placing Frozen as my second favorite animated Disney film, but it is overall a fun movie.  Based on the trailer, it looks like the sequel will be taking a different turn and possibly go for a more mature feel, but I'm not holding my breath as the last time Disney went for a mature feel (at least to me) was The Black Cauldron and look how that fared.  Still, I hope to enjoy this one more so than Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Repost if you have a heart.

Dear bullies,
The boy you punched in the hall today? Committed suicide a few minutes ago.
That girl you called a slut in class today? She's a virgin.
The boy you called lame? He has to work every night to support his family.
That girl you pushed down the other day? She is already being abused at home.
You think you know them. Guess what, you don't!


Re-post this if you are against bullying, but I bet 99% of you won't. Re-post this if you're that 1% with a heart

As a victim of bullying, I know from experience that it is terrible and this was when I went from a very good school to a reall crappy one. The worst part, people believed the person bullying, including the teachers and principal. In the end, we were issued a restraining order against one another. Call me crazy, but I learned to forgive this person. We were kids and we both grew up.
I did it.  This year, I beat my record of how many times I've gone to the movies: a grand total of 20 times.  Throughout this year, I have seen a lot of movies and, surprisingly, I did not see a single one this year that I consider to be bad.  Normally that happens at least once.  Please keep in mind that this list, like all lists, is opinionated so if you disagree with my choices, know that opinions will differ.  With that said, let's begin.

10. Incredibles 2

While Finding Dory was a good PIXAR film from last year, no one really asked for it.  However, PIXAR gave us the sequel we wanted for the past 14 years and I genuinely liked it.  The humor and seriousness were balanced pretty well and the action was very well done.  The only things I didn't like was how the villains reveal was a bit too easy, really, just read the name, Evelyn Devor and the mild swearing.  Other than that, I'm very happy that this film was made, but it's not my favorite animated film this year, although it did come close.

9. Solo: A Star Wars Story

Ah Star Wars.  One of the all time biggest and best franchises of all time.  It's just a shame I can't say the same about the fanbase.  That aside, I took my mom with me to see this one and we both enjoyed it.  True this is not the best Star Wars film out there, but it shows the origins of a lot of peoples favorite space piraite.  Is it unnecessary, sure, but, like all SW films, it's at least a fun, fantastical film.  Plus we have another Star Wars film where Han shoots first as well as the Kessel run, which was the best part of the film.

8. Rampage

Video game movies DO NOT have a good reputation but among the coal, there is sometimes a gem and Rampage is that gem.  Seeing as the original game had a thread of a plot to it, it was the gameplay that made Rampage memorable and that third act fulfilled what we wanted from a movie titled RAMPAGE.  This truly felt like a video game movie come to life and the designs of Lizzie and Ralph were phenomenal.  I just wish that George looked more mutated and not like Kiko from Son of Kong.

7. Avengers Infinity War

Considered by many to be the best film this year, I will admit that Infinity War is indeed a good film.  However, with the slew of comic book movies being released year after year, I'm kinda getting sick of them.  That being said, this one took a lot of risks and its villain is easily the best character in the film as well as the best and deepest Marvel villain, aside from Loki.  The action is once again very well done but I have to admit that it was kind of difficult keeping up with a bunch of stories.  While I said in my Movie Thoughts that this one broke me, I think I was exaggerating as I knew that this was only part one.  I'm sure that there will be more after Avengers Endgame, but that's where I'm stopping.  Infinity War was a good part one, now let's see how the finale goes.

6. Spider-Man: Into the SpiderVerse

Unpopular opinion is unpopular.  Not only do I find this to be the best Marvel film this year, but also the best animated film of the year.  Because Spider-Man is my favorite superhero overall, I wanted to see the direction this new installment would go.  Probably the best word to describe this one is CRAZY.  Like many Marvel films, it has a lot of action and humor but some of those jokes just don't work.  While the story may not be the easiest one to follow, the characters are really good, especially Miles, Peter and Gwen, with the interactions of every character working well off each other.  One of my favorite moments is towards the films climax, with Gwen calling Fisk a pig and Porker looks at her saying, "I'm right here".  As previously mentioned, this truly feels like a comic book come to life.

5. Halloween

I'll be honest, I had no intentions of seeing this one, seeing as I'm not a fan of modern horror films, let alone horror remakes.  However, I went with my family to see it and I was actually impressed.  Halloween had the feeling, dread and overall tension of the original.  There were no curses, no nieces to kill, no cults, no karate kicks in a burning building; all of that was retconned out of existence, making this feel like the true sequel to the original Halloween over 40 years ago.  My favorite moment from this one is how it's Halloween night and Michael is just going around killing as many people as he can in one continuous take; He has returned to his original roots: a force to be reckoned with.  Definitely my favorite horror/slasher film in recent years.

4. Pacific Rim Uprising

As a big fan of monster movies, you could imagine my excitement for this one.  From the get-go, I knew that Uprising WAS NOT going to be as successful as the original.  Despite all that, I still enjoyed the film.  Pacific Rim Uprising also has some of the more unique battles.  Like Batman '89, all possible combinations are explored when it comes to confrontations: You have Jaeger vs Jaeger, Jaeger vs Jaeger hybrid, Jaeger vs Kaiju and finally, Jaeger vs Kaiju hybrid.  When it comes to the characters, Jake and Amara are the best as one is the son of the man who helped cancel the apocalypse and the other who lost her entire family to the Kaiju and wants to be ready for when they eventually return.  As for the Kaiju themselves, I love all three of them.  I've heard some complaints that they look like rehashes of Scunner, Raiju and Slattern, but they're really not.  In fact the new trio can be considered even bigger threats as they are probably the most intelligent Kaiju to ever breach, with Raijin being my new favorite Pacific Rim Kaiju.  While this may not be the pinnacle of monster movies, it did whet our appetites as the MonsterVerse will be making a comeback.

3. Bumblebee

For ten years, Transformers fans complained of Michae Bay's take on our favorite robots in disguise.  Now, 11 years later, Trevor Knight undid all of that.  He gave us a story about friendship and it was incredible.  Each character was likeable and I really like how the friendship between Charlie and Bumblebee was the main focus.  As for the action, it wasn't all up in your face and was easy to see what was happening.  That final battle between Bee, Shatter and Dropkick is probably my favorite live action TF battle out of all the live action TF films.  It makes me think back to many of the Spielberg movies in how a lot of them had heart and charm.

2. Ready Player One

God bless Steven Spielberg! Not only is he responsible for my second favorite movie franchise, he made one of the most nostalgic movies that doesn't rely on nostalgia.  This is a very well made film, calling back to so many classics, it's impossible not to see them all upon first viewing.  Plus, the message of the film, while simple, is a very effective message.  Yes it's true that reality sucks but we can make it better.  Every time I watch this one, I get whisked away into a very imaginative world.

1. Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom

Out of all the films I was anticipating this year, this was the one I wanted to see the most, being a HUGE fan of the JP series.  Being super excited for this one, I ended up seeing JW a total of four times in theaters, once as part of a double feature, one day before the official release.  Fallen Kingdom is easily the most polarizing film in the JP series, with many people complaining on the villains motives, how it takes place in only a few locations and of course, the pacing.  What I got out of this was how Fallen Kingdom continued the core theme of the series, the one thing that was so prevalent since the original novel first hit the shelves in 1990: the themes of greed and mankinds inability to control nature.  What's also important is how empathetic the film made me feel.  Think about it, if you lived in a world where dinosaurs are alive, but they are in danger of extinction, what would you do?  I have seen so many people say how dinosaurs don't deserve to live and that anyone who thinks about helping them is wrong that it honestly makes me question if anyone is empathetic towards anything anymore. 
As for the characters, I enjoyed them, especially Maisie, the one character I could relate to: she loves dinosaurs, sees them as these absolutely stunning creatures and her decision makes the most sense as she's the innocent soul, the one who knows that living animals deserve a chance at life.  On top of that, the dinosaurs themselves were absolutely stunning, and I love the designs for the new ones, especially Carnotaurus and Stygimoloch.  Blue was great as always and the scene where she's getting the blood transfusion, followed by Maisie's viewing of Owen and the other raptors, really drives home the message of empathy.  Another thing I'm glad for, was making the icon of the series terrifying again and it seems fitting, with the Tyrannosaur that first scared us back in '93, to be scary again 25 years later.  One last thing I want to bring up is the meaning of the title itself.  Some could see it as the destruction of the island but that's only half right.  The reason we spend the majority of the film at the Lockwood Estate is because of its regal appearance.  Think about it, The estate looks like a castle, there's Sir Benjamin Lockwood, head of the estate, Mills, the supposed successor, Maisie, the princess, the main lab in the basement, the dungeon and the Indoraptor, the Dragon.  As for the Indoraptor, I personally think that it is much scarier than the Indominus as it is smaller and far deadlier.  Plus it symbolizes just how far we'll go to weaponize nature; makes it seem a bit tragic in a way.  In conclusion, Fallen Kingdom has a symbolic meaning: the end of John Hammonds dream and the fall of Lockwood.  I can watch this film a dozen times and still not get tired of it.  It makes me wonder what the final installment will be like.
With Christmas around the corner, I would like to do something I didn't get the chance to do last year.  Music is something that runs deep in my family.  During Christmas time, I love the sounds of the season but there are those special songs that I listen to every year that never get old.  Not only that but the version is important as a lot of these have a VERY high nostalgic appeal.


10. Mele Kalikimaka

I may not be Hawaiian but this song is very nostalgic to me.  It has a fun, hula inducing rhythm and is so catchy that you can't help but sing along.  Even though Christmas in Hawaii may be green, bright and hot, it's still Christmas.  Expect to hear a bit more from Mr. Bing Crosby.

9.  Jingle Bells

Probably the very first Christmas song I ever heard (possibly We Wish you a Merry Christmas), I sing this one constantly.  However, as my favorite Christmas songs are the Jazzy ones, the best version, at least to me, is by Mr. Michael Buble.  It gets you in a jive dancing mood and is the version I listen to the most.

8.  Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Easily one of my favorite Christmas movies along with the best version of this song.  The film itself has a great message in that while there may be a lot of unhappiness in the world, Santa can take a bit of that unhappiness away.  If we learn to open our hearts to others and learn to give, there may be Peace on Earth and Good Will toward Men.  As for the song itself, Fred Astaire delivers a stirring performance and is a joy to listen to every Christmas.

7.  Have a Holly Jolly Christmas

Anybody remember the Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer film?  So many lovable characters and the narrator: Mr. Burl Ives giving so many memorable moments and songs but out of all his songs, only one stood out the most.  Now while the version he sang in the film was good, his album version is much better as it has a slower rhythm to it, making it easier to enjoy the song.

6.  The Christmas Song

Ah, the feeling of Christmas.  Whenever I hear this one, I imagine sitting by the fireplace, it's nighttime, it's snowing the gifts are wrapped and the feeling of Christmas is in full swing.  This song also gives a very simple phrase, but it is still extremely effective.  No matter how it's been said, I say a very Merry Christmas.

5.  Carol of the Bells

This one was very difficult as there are multiple versions of this amazing song.  At first I thought of adding the PTX version but then I thought back to the instrumental versions.  Yes, the lyrics are very good but it is the music itself that drives the impact of the song.  I could be cheating but these two versions I find the best, especially with TSO.

4.  It's Beginning to look a lot like Christmas

You gotta love the classics.  When it comes to classic Christmas singers, Mr. Bing Crosby is one of the best.  This song has a slow rhythm to it but it's fun to sing along to.

3.  Little Drummer Boy

A few years ago, if you asked me what I thought of Little Drummer Boy, I would have said that while the song itself is good, the version that normally plays on the radio is not my favorite.  However, it is now among my all time favorite Christmas songs all thanks to the incredible voices of PTX.  It gives the song a bit more rather than a marching theme.

2.  Where Are You Christmas

In the year 2000, The Grinch gave a different spin on the classic story and while it may have not hit the same note with everyone like it did me, I'm sure that everyone can agree the song that came with the film left a big impression.  As a kid, I had a hard time sleeping on Christmas Eve, I'd race downstairs to see presents under the tree and the overall feeling of Christmas filled every inch of the house, with the family singing Christmas carols and all the kids playing with their new presents.  Now, while the feeling of Christmas is still as strong as ever, it's not the same.  But as the song says, "if there is love in your heart and in your mind, you will feel like Christmas all the time."  No matter how much time passes, so long as we keep Christmas in our hearts, it stays with us forever.

1.  White Christmas

When I think of a good Christmas song, I've always found that the best ones are the Jazzy ones.  And since White Christmas is my all time favorite Christmas song, there is only one version perfect enough to embody the Jazzy theme:

Easily my favorite Christmas song with the perfect voices.
I wanted to believe it.  I dreamt it would happen and now the day is finally here:

GODZILLA, RODAN, MOTHRA and KING GHIDORAH are finally in a film that could be among the best American monster films ever made.  Oh my gosh I'm so excited.  AND WE GET TO SEE THE NEW MONSTERS!!!!  THIS will be the Godzilla film that we, as fans, have waited 20 years for and I am BEYOND excited.  The best part, this film premieres shortly after my birthday.


I've said it before and I'll say it again: This is a time of monsters and we're cheering them on!

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Quick question. Ever since I made the Journal on Pacific Rim Kaiju part 2, I have been thinking of merging them, kinda like how I did on the Jaegers. Should I do that or no? 

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MnstrFrc Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2019
thanks for the fave, old friend.Nod 
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You’re welcome. You make good stuff.
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Why thank you!
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You’re welcome.
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Hey, thanks so much for the fav! <3
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JW-Gojifan Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2019  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sure thing. You did a good job recreating Kraid’s boss fight
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MnstrFrc Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2018
Happy New Year!
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Happy new Year
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday!
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JW-Gojifan Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And a Merry Christmas to you too
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Merry ChristmasChristmas Tree Avi 
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You do RP’s ?
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RP’s?
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Role plays, the non sexual kind.
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I'm sorry for the late reply but no.  I don't do RP's.
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Thanks for the faves ^^
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Sure thing
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Good evening
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Evening.  How are you?
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Good
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Happy Thanksgiving 
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JW-Gojifan Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you.  Happy Thanksgiving to you as well
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TheCanadianArtist91 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice stuff
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JW-Gojifan Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh, thank you. I really appreciate that
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AriaJR Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2018   Digital Artist
Thanks you so much for the fave!
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