It's not pretty, and it's most certainly not the most ideal situation, but after Spill goes under at the end of the month I'd like to give you guys a chance to keep the party going.I've created a free, nonprofit forum to give the community here a…See More
Really? That is pretty bad when you get your parent to watch videos that attacks a concept (not a religion, two completely different things) of putting all religions together meanwhile the religion that is attacking the concept has been known to destroy civilizations (Babylon & Egypt), the Inquisition, Slavery, killing off most of the Indians & the demonetization of homosexuality just because it is all "god's word" (One of the main reasons why I left Christianity and become Agnostic). It isn't even nerve racking at this point, it's just sad XD
So I heard you are new to anime? Well, whether you are new to anime or not, there is an active group here on Spill that I'm a part of called Planet Tyro where we also discuss stuff like that among other things. So if you want to join, just click on the banner.
1.- I already have a Great cellphone. 2.- Here in Venezuela you can get rob or/and kill for having one of those in the street. 3.- I don't hate my brother, is just that I can't use it, and in this moment I really need the money (for college).
I really wanted to drag his ass off campus and call him a ride, he would have gotten expelled if he was caught, but he seemed really comfortable with staying so I said fuck it and continued with my shit.
Pull up some interesting clips to intrigue fellow classmates. I showed them the trailer and the formation scene and a few others. I then gave a lengthy but detailed description of the film, it's divisiveness, the acclaim, the hate, the slowness, the contemplation, what I thought the message was, and of course I brought up the great enigma of movie-making, Terry Malick.
In all, I encouraged them all to go in with an open mind and freely express their opinions on the film. A movie like The Tree of Life is exactly why I adore the medium. It brings up thoughtful, deep, lengthy conversations and arguments not only regarding the film, but the human condition itself.