Well, it's nice to finally get some attention, I guess.
I wish the authors had done a bit of research first.
A day's thaw
only the torsos of snowmen remain
Last week, my coat first felt the air
Today I want long underwear.
My apartment was warm this morning
Shadow of the Colossus
feels like a research prototype of an absolutely world-beating RPG.
Outside, a cooling wind
In most ways Howl's Moving Castle and
War of the Worlds are very
different films, but they share a couple of distinctive features; first, a presumably timely obsession with
war and mass destruction; second, an unabashed determination to have things Come Right in the end,
without excessive respect to consistency or narrative logic. (Yes, the fate of the Cthulhu-Martians
was there in the novel, but the scenes before and after it belong to a
much more upbeat movie.)
I assume Spielberg and Miyazaki are trying to keep our spirits up. I still can't help being
reminded of the end of Brazil.