if you ever need cute games to calm you down, go here.
you guys ever see new police story
there’s a scene where jackie chan fights people in a lego store; it’s the ideal 21st century jackie chan fight setting
i hope they do a jackie chan movie in disneyland
The other day at work I had a lady who wanted me to scan her 5% off coupon (a special dealie that you get to use for one day only and before it expires) to see if it was expired. It was. She handed me another one to check. It was expired also. I offered to throw them out, cuz there’s no point in keeping expired coupons that won’t even work. She wanted them back. And then I remembered that I’ve seen her before and I’m pretty sure she pulls out her expired coupons each time she comes here. Why? Why are you so dumb?
this the anthem!!
O.S.T. (Scattata con instagram)
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto’s concept art for the Gainax anime Blue Uru (Aoki Uru). Blue Uru was to be the sequel to Wings of Honneamise (Tsubasa no Honneamise) set 50 years in the future, but due to lack of funds and scripting issues, the project was dropped midway. It did however have new life breathed into it and was resurrected in the form of Neon Genesis Evangelion. I would have have liked to have seen Blue Uru in it’s completion.
It’s kind of a shame, because as I’ve gotten older, I have sort of a love/hate relationship with Evangelion’s characters and it’s narrative. The angst-ridden teen me reveled in it’s ability to conceive a twisted psycho drama about teens piloting giant robots. though during that time, I was still learning about story structures, and was emotionally drawn to thrillers, suspense, and other media with a heavy psychological narrative.
I’m not saying the series was bad, or that I hate it. I just simply feel now that it was lacking. I love Gainax and a good number of their creations. Wings of Honneamise still ranks high as one of my favorite animated films, even with it’s awkward moments, but I ponder on what would have Lhadatt’s world would have been like after the end of the movie.
Reblogging for the Royal Space Force love, but also to say Gainax has confirmed they’re giving the project another shot this year.