Just watched this movie and thought I should repost this very thought up insight on the film, while I finish my research on Joker and Harley for the next part of my Suicide Squad post 🙂 If you ever watched Sucker Punch and hated it, maybe consider giving this post a read; I don’t expect to change any minds but maybe another perspective is needed. If you loved the movie on the other hand, then great! You’ll still love this !
The main idea behind Zack Snyder’s “Sucker Punch” is simple – you already have the tools you need to succeed; if you can imagine a way to get what you want, reality will bend to your whim. It’s your basic call to action set upon a backdrop of steampunk Nazi zombies, giant robotic demon samurai, and tons of eye candy in the form of action and nubile young women. It would’ve been a difficult message to get, quite honestly, if it weren’t stated by both the narrator and Dr. Vera Gorski.
Not that there’s anything wrong with eye candy.
I’m not going to disguise the fact that I enjoyed this critically-polarizing film. You either love it or you hate it, and I’m of the former opinion. What I liked most about Sucker Punch is that it’s one of those films that’s so messy with its metaphors that it’s open to…
Hello, world! I’m not dead! Yeah. That’s right. I’m sorry for not posting anything for literally 3 months, but a lot of things happened on a personal level; I’ll probably write more about it later on, so without boring you anymore with my issues, let me get into it.
For those that have lived under a rock the past few weeks/days, Suicide Squad is a DC movie based on the same title comic book that came out at the cinemas on the 5th of August in the USA. From its release it has been met with a lot of contrasting opinions; the critics purely despised it, saying it was chaotic and technically horrible, the RottenTomatoes 26% critic appreciation just further proves that. As for the fans, I’ve read quite a few mixed reviews, some appreciate it regardless of its faults, some others totally hate it, some others find it amazing. Me? Even though I see what the critics mean by “chaotic”, I found it a guilty pleasure and despite feeling lied to by the trailers and then further lied to by the same movie, I still love it and plan to buy the Blu-ray once out.
So while I try to figure out why I can’t trigger Axel’s transferred endings in any way possible, here’s Scarlet. 3 words : Shota is adorable!
(Note: Since I’ll be using colors in this post, I shall explain how I categorized them:
– Red will stand for the save files related toScarlet
– Pink will be used for the Pure Love endingsrelated to the guy I’m covering
– Scarlet doesn’t have transferred endings, so this route is quite a straight ride. (and nope there are no extra CGs for him. I pretty much went through all corners of this route for Easter eggs like maybe something with the twins but nope =w=)
Synopsis: Shiratori Sakuto (Yamashita Tomohisa) is 28, but has the intelligence of a 6-year-old boy. He works for Dream Flower Service, a flower distribution centre which provides employment for problem youth. One day, he and a colleague, Yanagawa Ryuichi, delivers a rose bouquet to the apartment building where Mochizuki Haruka lives. Because Haruka does not know that the deliveryman is mentally challenged, she is shocked by his response and tries to call the police. Haruka works for a brain physiology research centre where Professor Hachisuka has been studying the improvement of mental performance. He has succeeded in lab experiments on a white mouse called Algernon. Sakuto is transformed into a genius through surgery.
FantasyMatter‘s first project ! Yeah, you heard that right. We’re finally back with more news! And here we announce…
Shortened CoMa,Les Contes Maudits is a fantasy otome game set in a fantastical-Renaissance setting with several fairy-tale influences. You’ll play as Elizabeth, a fallen princess who is forced to fare for herself in a cruel world, that until a Lord offers her his help. At the new home, you will discover that you’re not the only one the Lord has graced with his help… Will there be a faithful encounter? Or will it all lead to a horrible mistake? That’s for you to decide.
Game page has been updated and you can go check it out HERE. More updates will be added in the near future.
When anime can’t decide between story and romance… you get Norn9: Norn+Nonet.
That’s really everything that I can say about it.
*feels stares of anticipation at the back of her neck*
FINE! Want development? I’ll give you development! (not coming from Norn9, because it seriously had none). (Edit: not a decent one anyway) (Edit2: Not to say it was fairly painful) (Edit3: But not THAT bad anyway).
Synopsis: The story takes place a little in the future. Guided by one particular song, young elementary school student Suzuhara Sorata, from the Heisei Era, is warped through a time skip to an unfamiliar place that looks much like the towns from the Meiji or Taishou period from his textbooks. In this world, he meets three young ladies and nine young men and joins them on a journey aboard the mysterious Norn ship, a giant globe that floats in midair. (MAL)
For those who don’t know, FantasyMatter is a new team of dedicated otome game lovers that gathered with the goal of otome games developing. I had the honor of being invited to take part as Story Director a few months back and now i can finally say it!
Go and check FantasyMatterHERE (WordPress blog) and HERE (Twitter).
Currently, we have one otome game in the making and hopefully we can bring you a demo soon!