I also love that in Burton's vision of Batman, Batman is more scientist/detective and less James Bond. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate what Nolan brought to the table, but in the last few years, I find that it's a bit too sterile and cold. It feels antiseptic.
Basically what I'm saying is, do yourself a favour and if you've not seen Burton's Batman. Go back. There's a lot to critique and discuss. Your brain will be happy.
I forgot how much I dig Jack Nicholson as the Joker. What's fascinating about his performance as opposed to Heath Ledger is that we only really see Heath as the Joker and he's pure chaos/insanity.
But with Nicholson, we see this menacing criminal at the start and then we watch his unraveling. It's something only an origin story can do, but still, I like how Tim Burton sets that up for the viewer.
FRIDAY NIGHT STAYING IN THINGS:
I. AM. HERE. FOR. THIS.
In bed with my Switch the rest of the night. Later toots.
today has been a hard day. here's a cat
Gris is a hopeful young girl lost in her own world, dealing with a painful experience in her life. Her journey through sorrow is manifested in her dress, which grants new abilities to better navigate her faded reality. As the story unfolds, Gris will grow emotionally and see her world in a different way, revealing new paths to explore using her new abilities.
I picked it up the other day and It's highly addictive.
One of you (I forgot who, my apologies) recommended West of Loathing and you were right, it's a fascinating RPG with nuance and humor.
I read this as “shark forest” and I'm kind of disappointed. I mean the idea of a prehistoric forest filled with sharks, how fucking awesome would that be.