Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie – My Nostalgic Crush Comeback

Oh, boi~ Last night my brother and I just finished watching the super expected film of Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, and if you are a 90s kids, had no life, and only watch tv as a child, you will know what the Hey Arnold! tv show is, and how much it means to some kiddos. I am one of those kiddos, who watched Arnold and his friends, while growing up. This show, was like a friend to me, and the fact that it made an epic comeback, I just don’t have words to describe this feeling, I can just say that somewhere inside me is crying of happiness, because this show it meant a lot to me.

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Bang Bang Baby – A Town of Freaks

Lately, I have being into musicals, singing and dancing, and even over doing the Jazz hand. If you don’t know what Jazz hand is, well it’s when you held your hands high and shaked them as if they were sparkly stars. I even thought of going to singing classes for this winter vacation, and maybe I would go to some auditions. I feel so phony, because I think singing is not a real and easy way to get an income, and also a not great way of getting a career oportunity. But, I was going through my past, and I realize that I always was into music, and even though I didn’t say to myself “Oh, I am going to do theater, and become the next Sharpay Evans” I think deep inside, I knew this was what I liked. Mainly because of the tv influence, it wasn’t just High School Musical that infected me with its musicality, but Nickelodeon also did it, also like Glee did it, oh! Let’s not forget about Hairspray! I thought theater was stupid, and didn’t care much about it at all. Now, I dream of New York, and sing my heart out, ever goddamn day.

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Window Horses – An Artsy and Lovely Picture

“I saw a picture, it speak to me with a thousand words.”

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One casual morning, while drinking my tea, and getting ready for school, I left the tv on to watch the first episode of the new season of Bob’s Burger, and it was epic in how they decided to developed the episode, and I don’t feel like spoiling anything, so I recommended to watch it. Anywho, it was only the first episode, and had to wait for the upcoming week to watch the next episode of Bob’s Burger. But, I wanted to keep watching more animations, because sometimes I feel like a kid, and animations keep that inner childness in me. Anyway, while randomly searching on the web, I stumbled across an interesting animation titled, Window Horses. The first thing that caught my attention for me to watch the film, was by the words chosen for the title. The title sound like very poetic and aesthetic combination of words, even though, later while watching the film, it explain that it is about poetry.

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Blade Runner – The Epic Return

“All those moments will be lost in time… Like tears in the rain… Time to die.”


Harrison Ford is mostly known for his characters in the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. But I remember him from the greatest sci-fi film I have ever watched so far: Blade Runner. I got the time to watched Blade Runner, few weeks ago, by the suggestion of a professor at my university. We all known that Harrison Ford is the coolest, and in this film, he nailed it as always. But what I loved the most from his performance in this film, wasn’t the scenes where he is fighting the replicants, nor the part where he is washing the blood away from his mouth. Instead, it’s any scene where he is eating ramen, and dumplings. He’s so cool that he also look cool even when he is eating, -I’m shaking my head, because is so true. Man, you just wished to have some Chinese food with Harrison Ford sitting on a restaurant, and talk about how grandiose he is.

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13 Reasons Why – A Serious Conversation


Original Written Date: June 21, 2017

Yesterday, I began watching 13 Reasons Why and today, without even pausing once, I finished watching it. 3 years ago, I read this book, and even though the tv show aired months ago, I was afraid of watching it, fearing it would ruin my beloved book. At the end, I watched it, and it was beautiful, perhaps beyond better than the book. I heard things about what the tv show is doing, like embracing suicide, and raising millenials to kill themselves. But guess what, this is the ugly truth. Society forces us to have a phony smile in our faces, when truly, we are dying on the inside. Don’t call out and judge the people who think about suicide, because the once who should be called out are, sincerely, everyone, for creating a society to exclude someone for being different, and telling them to be afraid and stay quiet.

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