Current Residence: Eastern Canada, down the street from the church. deviantWEAR sizing preference: L Favourite genre of music: Rock Operating System: Windows 10 MP3 player of choice: Zune HD, Sansa Clip+ Favourite Movie: Network (though I might re-assess this soon) Shell of choice: Conch Wallpaper of choice: White paint Personal Quote: I Don't Know What My Favorite Artist, Cartoon or Anything Are. Try Back Later.
Network, Stranger than Fiction, Terry Gilliam movies, Disney movies, Pixar movies, Rango,
A lot could be said about Disney's 1989 fairy-tale opus, The Little Mermaid, and indeed, a lot has. As for me, I've never thought much of it. The first Disney film I had seen is the much superior Beauty and the Beast. By comparison, The Little Mermaid is a simpler picture, not quite as rich in its music, humour and drama as the Disney films that followed. It showed that they were still pretty ginger about taking major creative risks, until it raked in mad cash and showed that people still loved the Mouse. Today I consider it more of a stepping stone to greater accomplishments, and hadn't given it much thought besides that.
Lately, though, it
So I guess that AMC television series "Breaking Bad" is the current "THING", and as it's closing in on its final two episodes, I'm already pretty sick to the teeth with it. People on social networking sites have only been able to express about it with some variant of "HOLY SHIT", Walter White's scowling visage stares at me from all over the internet, daring me to cross him, and probably most pressing to me, a friend of mine simply will not shut up about it. After I've told him that I don't care if he was to spoil it for me, he has extolled with breathless enthusiasm the roller-coaster drama leading to the conclusion of this great Greek traged
Something's been bothering me for a while. The Incredible Hulk is one of the more inventive and popular figures of superhero comics. An unassuming scientist gets caught in an accident indicative of the rapid progress (and naïveté) of the Atomic Age, and now whenever he gets agitated, he changes into an enormous, muscular green creature, similar to a human in manner and appearance, but far exceeding humanity in every aspect. He can lift mountains, leap extraordinary distances, and withstand assault from almost every weapon imaginable. He's an uncontrollable, unstoppable beast, roaring through the world leaving destruction and chaos wherever he