I was super excited for this game when it came out last year, but there wasn’t a person as excited as my brother was. Literally, the moment that the Nintedo Switch was able to buy, my brother begged months in advance for us to get it, together with the game of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. When it was finally in his positions, the happiness on him, was complete. He has been playing the game none stop, and successfully complete all the tasks in this game, multiple times.
I could write a review about this game, because I am a big fan of this franchise, yet, I think my brother deserves to share his opinion more than I do. So, my brother has volunteer to write a review of this game for my blog, and surely, I can give him the spotlight for this one. For the celebration of this year’s game of the year, I present you my brother and his review of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
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“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars.” -Jack Kerouac
I have read so many great books, that I have a list of all the books I have read, to be honest, it’s really short, but I love keeping track of them. And if someone would ask me to choose one favorite book among all of them, it would be very hard for me to choose. I am thinking on posting a blog with all my favorite books, but there is something you should know about me, and it’s I don’t give it away all at once, *wink*, I like to take my time to show my tastes. Continue reading “On the Road – My Kind of Adventure”
Tommy is a film that can be describe as what a truly a live musical would be like: music none stop and without any meaning. Literally, I didn’t found any meaning, nor message after done watching this film. The only thing I got from it was the catching music, and it goes like this, “Tommy can you hear me? Can you feel me near you? Can I help you cheer you?”
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This blog entry is not going to be my typical happy and perky entry, instead, I am going to write about something that had taken over my head and in a really sad way, since few days ago. Last week, after having dinner with my brother, he brought his tablet to the table and showed me a Youtube video by Vox, about the security border issues going on the Northern side of the world. I feel the necessity of talking about this issue, because it is happening in the country I was born and grew up, and just because I don’t live there anymore, it is not stopping me for caring about it. So let me explain:
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The first time I heard about The Rocky Horror Picture Show was in one of my favorite book The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and I always was curious of what this show was about, but never too determinate to spend some of my extra time to see what was about, so I constantly told myself that I would watch it, but always moved it for another day.
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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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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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