I love hearing about what people loved in movies. Hearing about what they hate? Not so much. If someone is reviewing a movie and all I hear is a bunch of hate it's the most boring conversation. But, hearing what parts of the story hit hard, or what was intriguing, or anything else that was enjoyable? Yeah, I can't get enough of that.
Early release here on Mastodon. Not putting this on Twitter yet.
Would be curious in everyone's feedback.
Imaginary Words' hot take on the metaverse is 100% on point:
"Now, to be honest, whenever I’ve seen promotional videos of what the metaverse is going to look like, I’ve been a little underwhelmed. I mean, it just doesn’t look like the immersive virtual world that I imagined from Snow Crash. It looks more like a combination of Second Life and The Sims, except all the avatars seem to be in work meetings."
Got to the Speed Racer episode of #blankcheckpod and got goosebumps while walking the dogs, remembering how good of a movie it was. I don't think I've smiled and rocked back and forth in excitement more at any other movie
Things I've said to people when their favourite band goes a new direction:
* Bands need to reinvent themselves to stay creative
* You still have all their old stuff to love
* There's a near infinite supply of new music you now have the chance to try
Now I have to eat my words. Architects dropped a new single and I hate it so much.
So.... if anyone has suggestions now is a good time to throw them my way.
Software developer from Canada. I love talking tech and books and movies.
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