For a long time, I’ve been learning to manage my anxiety/depression in a number of ways. One of my first methods I started when I was 16, and that was talk therapy. I was terrified to see a therapist at first; it was already common for me to cry in the hallway at least twice a week at school, or have to go to the nurse’s office when my anxiety got so bad I had trouble physically moving around. Now I had to see a therapist? I felt like I was checking all the boxes for “crazy”, or “mentally unstable” or any of those words that made me feel like I was something to be avoided.
It’s time. How long has it been? It feels like forever since BTS has come out with new music. I’ve been itching to hear the latest from them, and suddenly, here they are, once again!
I love Bong Joon Ho. He’s responsible for The Host, Snowpiercer, and Okja, to name some popular ones. He’s been a director on my radar for about five years now, and he never disappoints me.
1. I’m gonna level with you all: Everytime I see Brad Pitt I will gasp because I love him and you can’t stop me.
I normally do weekly My Hero Academia reviews. Given the holidays going on in the past two weeks, it took me a little longer than usual to get around to watching the past two episodes I missed. Well. I have caught up. And as a massive Mirio fan, I’m sure everyone who’s caught up knows exactly how devastating the most recent episode of My Hero Academia was.
The year is ending, this decade is ending, and we’ve had another awesome year of movies. I’ve been thinking about my top 10 movies of this past year a lot. There were some great sequels and original movies, exciting things happening behind and in front of the camera, and overall some really memorable stuff. I’m pleased to say that looking back, I have a wide range of favorites for a lot of different reasons. It was hard to rank these movies, but I finally came to a decision after hours of deliberation.