Slight Spoilers Below the Cut
Slight Spoilers Below the Cut
So, I was on Instagram, and was just scrolling through, and paused on this really cute picture Freema Agyeman had posted of Nomi & Amanita.
I was about to just scroll past it until I started to read her caption. As I read, I had to reread it because I couldn’t believe it. Then I went searching online for confirmation that this was true, not saying I didn’t believe Freema, but I needed some more confirmation. Seeing all these articles talking about Sense8′s cancellation broke my heart and filled me with anger.
Sense8 was a show that I didn’t really know anything about when I first started watching it, but I quickly fell in love with the characters, the story, the setting, and just the production of this show. When season 2 came out I was so excited to see what happened next with these characters that I loved. Season 2 was just as great as season 1 and the ending made me so excited for season 3. So knowing that I’m not going to see what happens next or know the fate of these characters angers me so much.
To the cast and crew, thank you so much for bringing this wonderful show into my life and I’m so sorry you won’t be able to tell us more of the story.
To Netflix, you just made the stupidest mistake ever in cancelling this show.
This book gave me so much insight into Carrie Fisher’s world. Reading about the whole process of getting cast as Leia, filming, promoting the film, and fan encounters was fascinating to read about and of course the parts about Harrison Ford were intriguing to me. I liked how similar yet different Carrie’s perspective, in the past and in present day, was on her relationship with Harrison. Her journals during her affair and filming the first Star Wars were interesting, but sometimes did drag a little bit. Not saying that’s a bad thing, but I actually found the parts in the book written by Carrie, in present time, a lot more interesting then her diary entries.
I wanted to give this a four, but I just couldn’t. I’d actually give it . This was the first book by Carrie Fisher I’ve ever read, and I really enjoyed it, and I definitely want to read more of her work.
So, I made a video expressing my thoughts on Katie Cassidy returning to Arrow.
Read the article about Katie’s return to the show.
So, today I went, and saw the Disney remake of Beauty and the Beast, and I loved it.
Eight years ago, I sat in my living room and watched excitedly as one of my favorite books at the time became a TV Show. I remember feeling giddy, nervous, and cautious.
How different would this show be to the books?
Would the characters be the same or different?
Would I spend the whole show comparing it to the books?
Will I like it?
So I am not a big poetry person, I mean I appreciate it, but it’s hard for me to read. Which is why I usually shy away from poetry/poetry collections, but I had heard so many good things about Milk and Honey that when I saw it a store recently I decided to get it. Then randomly today I started to read it and holy crap this was so good.
[slight spoilers down below]
So, Season 2 was pretty solid for me. I really enjoyed the storyline and the journey all these characters went on.