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[My Thoughts On] Map of the Soul: Persona

So… I’m no music critic but I have some thoughts on the new album that I need to let out but can’t IRL because I’m annoying and people like to ignore me. 604 more words

Excitement and Misgiving for the Star War: The Rise of Skywalker Trailer

Finally, after months of waiting, the trailer and the title for the new Star Wars movie has dropped. Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. As a title, this isn’t one I think I could have predicted, the thing that shocked me even more than the title itself though was the general reaction to the trailer online; which was wholly positive. 909 more words

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My thoughts on The Grand Tour Season 3

Back in top gear

I was a huge fan of Top Gear back before the scandals and the appalling Chris Evans, and admittedly this love of the show was almost entirely due to the dynamic between the comical trio. 638 more words

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Season 2 of One Punch Man already feels like a product of begrudging obligation

It’s kind of bittersweet. The first series of One Punch Man was go damn good. From it’s ridiculous premise, to it’s atypical hero to its mesmerising animation right to it’s absolute banger of an opening song which still finds its way into my rotation now. 804 more words

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Mob Psycho 100 Still turns out great after its sudden turn

In pretty recent memory, I spent a significant portion of white space writing about connections between people and how they strengthen us as people. Well, I’d like to make a classy transition between that and talking about the second season of Mob Psycho 100. 889 more words

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Kaguya-Sama is cute, frustrating and kinda Depressing, I love it

I’m actually way more of a big soppy romantic than I’d like to admit. Which is why, when I started watching Kaguya-Sama: Love is War as a goofy comedy featuring two of the most extra people you’ll ever see, I never thought it would grip me to the point where the ending almost had be blubbering like a baby. 1,282 more words

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My thoughts on The Tattooist Of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Lali Sokolov’s story was a heartfelt and engaging journey, though certain factual inconsistencies mean that Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz becomes somewhat flawed in its presentation. 468 more words