Finally saw Wreck-It-Ralph and… wow. Talk about a film worth the wait. I think I just discovered my favourite movie ever.
I finally got Wreck-It-Ralph on DVD today, after having to wait 8 months after most people got to see it. Holding the case in my hands is very surreal, because part of me was beginning to believe that this film was like a rainbow, unreachable. But now, I can actually see it. I feel a sense of completion that I haven’t felt since I managed to get into college.
You know what I don’t get? When music artists describe in the album sleeve what their intention with the album and/or individual tracks was. If I want to find that out, I’ll check out your website. Leave something to the listener’s imagination, guys! Both Pink Floyd, ELO and Sebastien Tellier have done this on at least one of their albums (ELO’s “Time” the worst example, at least on Tellier’s “Politics”, I think he’s just having a laugh).
So awhile back I was doing a *Top Ten Favorite character meme, but I got distracted because of a lot of real life concerns. I found it actually hard to say much about my final two for a couple of reasons. I think it’s because I tend to talk about both of them a lot, so there’s not much left to…
Pretty much nailed my thoughts on Master Splinter down. He has this warm, compassionate air about him in his 80s version. He’s both a wise sage and a comforting father figure.