Hey all! I’ve been apart of some sort of competitive gaming since I was 7 playing in competitions with my older siblings friends on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. I am only 17 now and it’s been a pretty hefty past 10 years for gaming personally and in general, especially with my game of choice: CoD (Call of Duty).
Nezuko Kamado is one of the main characters of the demon slayer. Her family was attacked by the demon Muzan Kibutsuji, and there are only two remaining members of the Kamado family, Nezuko Kamado and her brother, Tanjiro Kamado.
Like clockwork, I woke up early. Today is Sunday, makes no difference. I am a machine. Sliding in my soft woolly pyjamas, I jumped out of bed with burning questions bumping around in my head. Questions such as where are the pieces of evidence of William Shakespeare’s ten thousand hours? How did he know what was going on in Danmark, Venice and fair Verona? Why he both started and stopped writing so abruptly?
As of writing this, my last review was of Baby's First Christmas, a 2012 film offering courtesy of the Hallmark Channel. But having submitted it to Vocal late at night, it was not posted until the next morning--when I had completely forgotten about it. By the time I did remember the review, however, something had erupted on Twitter that had me questioning whether I should publicly advertise the review's publication.
Surprisingly, Lion is based off a true story. It's a biographical story of Saroo Brierley, played in the movie by Dev Patel. The crazy things that happen to Saroo seem so crazy that even I was questioning if they could have actually happened in real life. They were depicted well enough for me to believe that they actually happened though. It's sad to know that some people have to suffer as much as some of the people in this movie have.