As the first Ghibli film I ever saw, I asked my roommate what she spiked my coffee with. Don't worry, I love this movie now that I have sat down and appreciated this artistry for what it is; definitely one of Studio Ghibli's best. A few years later, my roommate and I made her then boyfriend (now husband, bless him) watch this with us for his first-time viewing. Only one word came out of him after the credits rolled: "Damn." I dragged my brother-in-law to a vintage theater to watch it with me, and overall he enjoyed it (I think). My husband one day just decided he wanted to watch it with me. Now, this was not an opportunity I was going to pass up. If someone who doesn't know much about or really particularly love Ghibli movies, asks you to watch one, it does not matter if you are in the mood or not. You watch it right then and there, because you may never get this opportunity again.
In honor on Tarantino’s ninth of 10 films coming out this past week, I decided to kick-off my 100 favorite movies thread with a compilation of Quentin’s best and better.
As a 22-year-old adult female, I firmly believe I can and have been taught by the story of the Boy Who Lived.
After being engaged for three weeks,
Apparently, being tired all the time has an acronym: TATT (tired all the time) because we are literally so exhausted, we don’t even want to create a full sentence to convey our plight.