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Like @ResettePlayer's book club, but with films. I just like to talk about movie's that I see. Films I watched recently that I have something to say about: Children of the Sea. This was in the film festival and I thought it sounded interesting, so I went to see it. Well, it was certainly an movie, I can say that at least. Until the latter second/ third act got into gear, it was a pretty good romantic coming of age film with some environmental themes, nice animation and a strong first act. And then the climax happened. You know when in Space Oddity David reaches the Jupiter monolith, there's that really great shot with all the planets lined up and the monolith in the middle (AAAAHHH I LOVE THAT SHOT!) and things just go full on art gallery insane? I think that's what it wanted to do. I'm not quite sure why it didn't work, but it just... didn't. Maybe it was that it was too long, maybe it was the fact that it was trying to be a satisfying emotional conclusion to the coming of age arc, which clashed with the psychedelic storytelling or maybe it just didn't tell us enough. But I was bored. So. Very. Bored. The lady next to me checked her phone. And I couldn't blame her. When I came out of the Cinema I just, really, really wanted to re watch the Red Turtle. And some Lupin. Maybe have something nice for dinner. Lupin III: Green VS Red. I watched this right after going to Children of the Sea, having never seen it before and in glorious 480P. The plot's basically two kids with Lupin action figures fighting over which one is better, it's just a silly non-canon 40th anniversary reference romp meta-commentary on the franchise. And it managed to have a larger emotional and philosophical impact than Children of the Sea. Yep. Yep. Just let that sink in for a moment. I would talk about more films, but those are the only ones fresh in my mind I have anything to say about.
Hello forum! This is my first post here, and I hope many more will follow. I've been lurking around this lovely forum for a while now, mainly in the Art and Lore section.One thing I've noticed a lot is that people misinterpret characters a lot. In this section I have mainly noticed Wendy portrayed as, perhaps a young girl at the age of maybe, 15-17.I think that based on how Wendy behaves and talks in-game, that she is at least 20, if not a bit older.She isn't childish or playful, she isn't violent or aggressive.I think, personally, what makes Wendy's character is how numb she is emotionally.She's morbid, a bit dull, and talks as if she's given up all hope on everything.I have to go now, but I think for a first post this'll do. What do you guys think?Is Wendy young and playful or is she a bit older and more numb, morbid, a bit disconnected, if you will?Leave your thoughts, friends.
gpmandaXD posted a topic in [Don't Starve] General Discussion2:37