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mofongo wrote

End of the fucking world: it's heartwarming and doesn't over stay it's visit. Would watch it again.

Finished better call Saul: season 4, at this point I feel Saul's fall from grace is taking too long. Now to wait for the movie and season 5.


ziq wrote

season 4 was a big let down for me. nothing really happened, and the Gustavo stuff was a total retread of Breaking Bad.


mofongo wrote

They really should have reversed their focus, prepping Saul for breaking bad and expand Gus on his role outside of breaking bad. I would have liked to see more of his brutality, which was his missing aspect on breaking bad.


neverinNJ wrote

Bokura wa Kiseki de Dekite Iru (We are made of miracles)

Aikawa Kazuki is a university lecturer who teaches ethology, which is the study of animal behaviour. He just started life as a lecturer six months earlier at the recommendation of Professor Samejima Shun whom he studied under in university. However, when it comes to the animals and living things that Kazuki loves, he gets so immersed that he pays no attention to other things. He is not able to follow the rules established by the university and gets scolded at work every day. In addition, he has the habit of procrastinating on things that he finds bothersome and is also poor at being punctual. Kazuki’s lessons are “not ordinary”. Although he gives students assignments to make them express their opinions, he would end up saying that he does not know the right answer and stump them. Kazuki’s behaviour bewilders the people around him, and at times, it even irritates them. They keep this “eccentric” at a slight distance but this does not perturb him. However, their own values are shaken by the sight of Kazuki, who has no bias or preconceived ideas and enjoys each day following his interests and curiosity, and they are gradually influenced by him.