Yesterday, I wrote on the blog with the sole purpose of posting before my roommate. It took about twenty minutes, and was neither extremely funny or thought-provoking, but when I checked my blog today, I discovered that this unassuming little post had 12 likes (a blog record) and netted me five new minions, er, followers (also a blog record).
Clearly this means I need to WRITE LOTS OF POSTS VERY QUICKLY, instead of belaboring matters of vocabulary and grammar as I am wont to do.
So today I shall blog about the movie that I recently watched with some friends, called Paprika. The movie was provided by David, from Life Less Boring.
This movie is basically Inception on acid.
It’s an anime film about a group of scientists who have designed a machine that allows them to enter people’s dreams, which they use for psychotherapy purposes. But when the machine is stolen and misused, its creators are pulled into dreams over which they have no control.
The movie is a whirlwind of creative, dreamlike imagery, and is a textbook example of zwintampo. But children beware! It’s rated R for occasional nudity (mostly non-sexual) and creepy/violent scenes.
Thanks for reading! I’ll see if I can be a bit more regular with my posting for a while.