With the most recent flow of memes revolving the beloved actor, Keanu Reeves, especially those pertaining to the reveal of the new game Cyberpunk 2077 starring the aforementioned hero of modern society; I felt as though I should write a little about how I was introduced to Reeves as an actor and how it affected my way of thinking. I'm not going to get into every detail of the films, but at the very least explain the accuracy in terms of the theory itself.Keanu Reeves loves his fans, that definitely goes without saying. The way he interacts with them, talks to them. The best thing about him is the fact that he is absolutely genuine. From movies like The Matrix to John Wick, Keanu Reeves is an incredible badass. Though, I originally saw him as the lovable goof that is Ted "Theodore" Logan from the films Bill and Ted Excellent Adventure and Bogus Journey. The time traveling duo that was all about making music and loving bodacious babes.
Finally, after two weeks, I officially beat Skyward Sword. I enjoyed this game greatly. My right arm is a bit tired with all the swinging of the sword, but we are taken onto the front seat of a knight, so small price to pay. Now, as much as I enjoyed the game itself I had some issues with the story. As I was nearing the end, I noticed a few paradoxes. The first paradox I noticed was the fruit tree. It may seem like a small thing from a narrative standpoint, but when it comes to time travel, nothing is trivial due to the butterfly effect. The butterfly effect in terms of time travel is pretty big. Basically, any small change done in the past can have huge repercussions in the future, much like killing just one butterfly can set off a chain of events that could alter life as we know it. In case you haven't played Skyward Sword, let me give you some info on the fruit tree section. Link goes to meet the Thunder Dragon, however, when he uses time stones to revive him (time stones have the ability to revert small sections back 1,000 years), the Thunder Dragon turns out to be sick. Now Link finds a dying tree called the Tree of Life and uses another time stone which turns this dying tree into a sapling. Link then takes the sapling to the Seal Temple and plants it. When he returns to the present, the sapling has turned into a beautifully healthy tree which can now bear fruit. Link takes this fruit to the Thunder Dragon and it makes him strong enough to sing. The issue with this however, is certain events within the game revolve around what's called a predestination paradox. Predestination paradox is exactly what it sounds like, events are already predetermined in time. But if that were true, then other small details wouldn't be available such as Impa wearing a bracelet Zelda gave her at the end of the game. And if we backtrack, then we will see more issues arise.