Moonlit river park matches
such a beautiful face
Alberto from Luca saying "My friend smells AMAZING" gives off the same energy as Luz from The Owl House saying "Yes my friend IS cute." 🐟
The reason I LOVE Luca so much is because I can relate to the four main characters.
I can relate to Luca because I had a shy personality, I often avoided going outside where people I didn’t know were, I was scared of trying new things and letting my parents know that I climbed a tree and hit my leg and cried for approximately 1 minute.
I can relate to Alberto because I have always been afraid of my friends stopping hanging out with me, I thought that if my friends had other friends that I didn’t get along with that we would stop being friends and that we weren’t going to do the stuff we wanted to do anymore.
I relate to Giulia because for a time, I was probably the lonely kid. There was this person in my first years of elementary that didn’t like me. I often befriended kids who were also bullied by her.
i relate to uncle ugo because i stay in a room alone with my cat and talk for 12 hours
today i miss alexia
Kaizen Cover by Lucas LEGER https://www.artstation.com/artwork/q9De32
The Adventure Zone: Crystal Kingdom still shines, but not as brightly
Podcasts about people playing Dungeons & Dragons have become more popular over the years, but few took off in the way that The Adventure Zone did. The tabletop podcast starring the McElroys—brothers Justin, Travis, and Griffin, plus their father, Clint—quickly became a success, thanks to their comedy background and Griffin’s storytelling as the Dungeon Master. For fans of the distinctive flavor…
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Under the dumbass dogs
Little doodle with a ref image I found from Google. The original reference was blurred so I couldn't find the original owner ;-;
Amphibian King Platinum
Top 10 June.
1. Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001) ® 2. Chronique d'un été (Edgar Morin & Jean Rouch, 1961) 3. Voices in the Wind (Nobuhiro Suwa, 2020) 4. The Amusement Park (George A. Romero, 1973) 5. Atman (Toshio Matsumoto, 1975) 6. Katatsumori (Naomi Kawase, 1994) 7. A Woman Like Eve (Nouchka van Brakel, 1979) 8. Two Weeks in Another Town (Vincente Minnelli, 1962) 9. Luca (Enrico Casarosa, 2021) 10.Kiss of Death (Henry Hathaway, 1947)
(My list on Letterboxd -click here-)