Speilbilde

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  • epeternally

    Things are good for the most part. Moving around too much, but overall life goes on. And with you?

    18 mai 9h20m Répondre
  • epeternally

    I used to be EternalWanderer on the Emilie Autumn forums if you happen to remember me.

    9 mai 11h16m Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    You play games? :)

    7 juin 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    4. Yes, Belle's adorable! And I'm so in love with the movies dark-fairytale atmosphere! When I was a child I thought it's quite scary at times. :) I'm kinda neutral to Beauty & The Best's songs actually. When it comes to musical numbers - my absolute fav is Hunchback Of Notre-Dame! As for Man Of Steel - I was 100% confident that I'm going to hate it, cause I hate Zack Snyder (and I still do, even though this time it turned out well). I dunno, it's actually... normal. Superman is likeable and cheerful enough, not that Bale's Bruce Wayne, with that "Oh, I'm so tragic and have dark secrets" expression on his face all the time. I'd say it's somewhere in between Nolan's Batman trilogy and The Amazing Spider-man. But it's up to you, of course! :) I feel the same way about the forthcoming Maleficent movie. Like I don't want to watch it. Like EVER.

    31 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    3. I like Vanellope. Just not every time she's on screen. :) At some points she's kinda overdoing it. And it's not the fact of cheating itself that bothered me. My problem was with Ralph's line about kids loving her. But of course they'll love her, if she's helping them win easily! It's like "loving" someone because he has lots of money. I felt like the message was kinda screwed up, and "be yourself" suddenly turned into "be useful". I don't know, felt awkward. :/ Ahah, a friend of mine says the same about DC :) I like darker and more noir-ish stuff, so yeah, I'm on their side. Arrow is great, love it! (but OH, THAT RUSKE YAZIK! :D) Looking forward to The Flash. Gotham's trailer looked totally cool. Not sure about Constantine, but hope it'll be fine. One of the main reasons for me to love The First Avenger was WW2-time set - I have weakness for retro-style stuff. :) So I'm not sure I'll like WS the same, but we'll see.

    31 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    2. Avatar was exactly that kind of movie which makes me constantly think "that would be more interesting if..." and "I would've done it differently". It was focused on themes that are interesting to me, but done that in so bland and primitive way! I watched Cameron's interview, and he was talking about finding balance, like we should advance technologically while still care for nature. And I couldn't agree more. But there was nothing like that in the film itself! It gave audience a black&white world where there's goody-goody aliens, and evil humans, and the only good humans are those who sided with aliens. Probably, Cameron was more concerned with creating all that fantastic environment, not a decent scenario. I guess, you felt the same for Frozen. :)

    31 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    1. Oh, I loved Anna & Hans as a couple too! Though I already knew Hans is a villain (I don't like cinemas so I only watch movies when they're DVD/web-released). I felt sad too. But I also liked Anna/Kristoff, they were cute alright. I enjoy pairings in which you can see character's affection with each other growing slowly. Even though it was rushed (as a whole ending) on Anna side - it seemed like she just wanted to break the curse rather than really carrying about any romance (but pragmatically it's understandable, ahah). Elsa sure could be much more than just plot device, I agree. On the other hand, while I didn't found her interesting, I think her scenes were great! Let It Go was full of emotions, as was that scene in ice castle, when she tried to contain her fear. And when Hans told her Anna was dead - there were so many shades of sadness and despair on her face! But I understand your problem with Frozen. In terms of screenplay it's not the "fairest of them all" :)

    31 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    5. Geez, my word pool is terrible. Those "it's just" are like plague! :(

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    4. Beauty & The Beast is probably my All-time Top-favorite Disney movie! It's just grandiose! And the thing is - I feel the same way about Frozen. It has lots of flaws, but it's just so beautiful, and fun, and emotional, and inspiring that I don't focus my attention on mistakes. It got as close to Beauty & The Beast for me as possible. :) I guess it's just aesthetics and atmosphere that is most important to me, the audio-visual experience (it can be opposite, though, if film lacks on visuals and music but have a great script instead - it's just that movies have different strong and weak sides). Prometheus, for example, was incredibly dumb movie but I liked it for it's tone and thrill. Man Of Steel was stupid but I loved it (for my own surprise) because it had spirit and emotions I was expecting from Superman movie. P.S. "I doubt it'll happen" - wanna bet? :P

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    3. No-no, it's not the absence of songs that spoiled my impression on Ralph! :) I'm not even big Disney songs fan to begin with. Sometimes I like them, sometimes not. I was just saying that there is a lot of non-musical CG-film, so it's easier to catch people's attention with a musical one. :) As for me, I can name three problems that bothered me with Ralph. First - Vanellope is really kinda annoying. Second - some moments felt like getting a bit too cheesy. And the last one - ending struck me as odd. I didn't get it - did Vanellope get some teleporting ability that is a part of game mechanics or is she just glitch-exploiting cheater? 'Cause in the later case it's just... weird. And feels wrong. All in all, I just don't see Ralph as particularly outstanding. Just very good movie. Big Hero 6 sure looks promising. I'm more into DC though. :) But I love a lot of Marvel stuff, although their latest installations disappointed me. Still haven't seen Winter Soldier.

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    2. Okay, it's just I usually heard Tangled to be "cute but nothing special". And I do think that pretty much everything in the commercial media field is either overhyped or underrated. I just try to not pay attention to that, even though it's sometimes hard. It's not like Frozen (or The Lion King) are promoting something bad. It's just that people have different aesthetic perception and sometimes becoming too loud about things they like. Last time I got really frustrated over something's popularity was Cameron's Avatar. And the main reason was not the "BEST MOVIE EVAR"-thing, but the "HUMANS ARE EVIL" hysteria over the internet that film caused.

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    1. I actually agree about character development in Frozen. Elsa especially. I read that in an early versions of the script she supposed to be antagonist, and I really expected her to become a kind of anti-hero. Buuuuut eventually she was just angst-ing through the whole movie and ended up being nothing but mcguffin. Though, I didn’t referring character's development when I said they're "lovely", more like their status quo. For example, I won't be able to say much about Simba and Nala if I'm asked. They're like... what? Brave? Kind? But that's pretty much every generic protagonists traits. I can't remember anything specific on them. While I can say quiet a lot about Anna, like she's a clutz, lacks manners, not an intelligent type but turns out to be smart in critical situations. I'm just more attached to the characters I find charismatic rather than a story itself. Stories are all the same anyway. :)

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    4. Wait, I just remembered: aren't they planning a sequel for Ralph? I mean, doesn't that indicates that Ralph was actually well-received?

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    3. Ralph didn't impress me that much. I mean, it's a great movie, I watched it a couple of times and enjoyed it a lot. But it's not something that'll turn me in a devoted fan or something. Anyway, Ralph stands out of the "classical Disney musical" formula, so he couldn't really compete with neither Frozen, nor Tangled, as musical tales are still Disney's main brand, getting all the attention. P.S. Big Hero 6' teaser looked somewhat Ralph-style-ish.

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    2. Okay, maybe it's just russian audience, 'cause I don't remember Tangled to be anything like "extremely popular" around. It had some fan following which didn't seem to be really big. As for Princess & The Frog - I didn't like it myself. The beginning was awesome, but once they got turned into frogs it all came down to be just boring road movie. They go on, meet some random character, sing some bland song, go on, meet another random character, sing another bland song, repeat, repeat, final. That was a huge disappointment, because it started so nicely and stylish, with really cool characters and villain. And yeah, Friends On The Other Side Is Amazing. :) By the way, which Disney film you consider “the most feminist disney movie ever”? :)

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    1. The Lion King has a good story, but I never found its characters to be sympathetic or interesting enough, so I could hardly empathize them. It also has some important thoughts in it, but they're like summarized in one dialogue for a few minutes. Frozen, in my opinion, has lovely characters and a great, even deep story with a core allegorical tale about person's relation to the outer world. And I loved music. Hell, I even kinda appreciate that trollsong in all its awfulness, since Kristoff warned Anna about trolls being annoying. I wish every Disney movie with terrible songs could be as honest about it! :D And it was only Circle Of Life opening in The Lion King that I loved. Also, as someone who was once a metal-fan with a primary interest in Scandinavian folk-metal scene, I can do nothing but adore Frozen's Nordic-style setting. :)

    29 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    Well, I can understand your feelings in some way: I was wondering why everyone's so crazy about The Lion King since I was a kid. And I'm still wondering. :) I think Frozen deserves a lot of praise, though, in comparison, I felt like Tangled was extremely underrated. But "the best movie of all time"-thing is always annoying as hell. :D As for your Twitter - I didn't actually read much, just scrolled down until my eye catches something, so it didn't really take long to get to the Oscars day. :)

    28 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    Frozen! Yeah, I know, boring and predictable. :D But I really loved it! Browsed through your Twitter a bit - got an impression you're not very found of it yourself, yes? :)

    28 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    Ahah, yeah, the avatar is why I noticed you.) Rapunzel is adorable! What's your favourite Disney movie? Or movies. If you're in a mood for a small conversation, of course. I don't want to be an annoyance.))

    27 mai 2014 Répondre
  • MechanicLullaby

    Thanks for adding! :) So... how are you doing? I was just looking for some random people here with whom I can chat sometimes about music and Disney and all such stuff. You seemed like the right person.)) Also you're from Norway, that's cool!)) And sorry if my English is clumsy - no practice in like forever.

    26 mai 2014 Répondre
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