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Yesterday was my birthday, I've finally turned 24. :la:
A lot sure does happen when you turn 24. :D
Anyway, I went to visit my mother and have a vegetarian Mexican lunch as well catch up with our lives. The lunch was phenomenal, it was Mexican soup & I love how she made it by fresh ingredients without any meat. Then, I went shopping at the thrift store for a couple of new VHS tapes along with a CD and went back home to chill out. I even did an birthday artwork for myself, too. Later in the evening, my family & I all went to Arirang Garden Japanese & Korean to have dinner. I ordered the deluxe mixed (nigiri) sushi platter while my family ordered the same big Do-Liang dinner plate which they've couldn't finished, but we had a really good dinner. After coming home from dinner, we relaxed until we all had cake & ice cream except for my stepbrother (who isn't much into sweets). Before we ate our desert, I went to DA as for to see if there were any birthday wishes and they were. I was pretty happy to hear from them wishing me a happy birthday. Overall, it was one of the finest birthdays I've ever had in my life.
Not to mention it was also my twin brother's birthday as well. :)
The following things I've got on my birthday were: an artwork of Mina (from SAILOR MOON) from :iconivy-mauve:, a birthday cake badge artwork from :iconmymelodyoftheheart:, a fancy jacket from my dad, a coloring book on the world's great art masterpieces from my mom, a dozen new VHS tapes I've bought from the thrift store, and Linkin Park's second album METEORA on CD (special edition).
I would also like to take time to thank the following pals I have on DA who gave me the best birthday regards on this site:
:iconcamilia-chan::iconivy-mauve::icongxfan537::iconx--the-b-meister--x::iconnekowhitestar::iconmymelodyoftheheart:
And now the weekend to come. :)
  • Listening to: Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. OST
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI
Reviewing films I've watched in the month of June.

WAKE IN FRIGHT (dir. Ted Kotcheff) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Also should be titled "Fear And Loathing In the 'Yabba". This was quite a film experience I had. The cinematography is pretty superb, it's one of those like-it-or-not rare gems with a little unique touch.

THE LONG GOODBYE (dir. Robert Altman) (1973) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Seeing Altman's '70s film noir classic was a pretty good experience, Elliot Gould played the best PI on the screen ever and contained some of Zsigmond's most antonishing camerawork I've ever seen since De Palma's BLOW OUT. I also felt about how the storyline had its twists & turns sometimes but all I focused was the mystery itself along with Gould, Zsigmond's camerawork, and the rest. A good film noir to watch, too.

TURNER & HOOCH (dir. Roger Spottiswoode) (1989) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Extremely hiliarious when Hooch causes nothing but trouble and how Tom Hanks has to deal with it. One of the funniest films Hanks starred in, can't stop laughing/thinking about it.

GAMER (dir. Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Over-the-top action packed, sexy, and weird but stylized.

AS ABOVE, SO BELOW (dir. John Erick Dowdle) (2014) - Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Terrible "lost-but-found-footage" film, like nothing special went on.

HITMAN (dir. Xavier Gens) (2007) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A fine action film, there were some good moments I can say.

CONSTANTINE (dir. Francis Lawrence) (2005) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
John Constantine ftw! I love how this film was, so were the original comic books. I sometimes do believe in the occult, like he does.

THE ROAD WARRIOR (dir. George Miller) (1981) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
The second greatest action-packed film ever made and also one of the very best sequels. Lot to describe my passion for this cult classic starring Mel Gibson. :)

THE ENTITY (dir. Sidney J. Furie) (1981) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Not much interesting supernatural horror as I expected, but oh well.

MAD MAX (dir. George Miller) (1979) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
This is where it all begins. The first film had some okay moments while it had some brilliant action-packed moments (the beginning & ending) and is focused on its storyline & characters (including Max). Though, I always preferred the second film because it was way more entertaining (even iconic) & interesting than the first or third films.

MOTHRA (dir. Ishiro Honda) (1961) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
The first appearance of one of the Godzilla monsters, still good to watch. The fairy twins are pretty, too. :D

HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS (dir. Zhang Yimou) (2004) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
100% pure amazing. The fight scenes are well choreographed and the sets & costumes are beautifully designed - today's martial-arts dramas like this continue to have good reputation and never fails to entertain audiences worldwide or create that beauty. I really love the "Echo Game" scene, which stunned me the most.

THE DECAMERON (dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
His first installment of the "trilogy of life" - There were some good & little funny episodes I enjoyed seeing while Pasolini makes a special appearence during the film's last hour and this was done beautifully as I'd always when it comes to Pasolini. Though, the film's entertainment can be all right at times because it is an in-&-out anthology explores a lot and explores a lot in eroticism & reiligon.

TRISTAN + ISOLDE (dir. Kevin Renyolds) (2006) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Only watched this because of James Franco. :D It's another okay middle-ages drama, though it was done nice but needed little more effort in between.

THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED (dir. Jim Kohlberg) (2011) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Very good true story with a cool classic rock soundtrack.

And that is all with what I've watched in June. July is going well so far, hope can see how the rest of July goes. :)
Thanks for reading.
  • Listening to: Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. OST
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI
June was another fine month, for which I have been working on watching more anime & more films than ever as for some of my artworks. I joined a good anime/manga database site called Anime Planet. I had a new penpal who is also on this site and is pretty good doing art. Her name is Ivonne, and from Guatemala. We both write to each other a lot, and I am enjoy writing to my penpals pretty much. Then, I went on vacation to Oregon to spend some time with my relatives for the week. It was a good vacation, though it was real hot down there. We celebrated one of my cousin's birthdays by taking her to seeing SAN ANDREAS in theaters and to eat at Olive Garden, which felt like one of the best days of my life and as for the 4th of July night we've played Yathzee, too. My relatives are doing good, except my aunt for whom she has some troubles with her health but getting there. Here I am now back here, and it still feels so good be back. My birthday is only two more days away from now, looking forward to it. :) I hope ya'll are doing well, and I will be writing my film reviews from June now. Take care, shall see ya'll around again and have an awesome day.
(Don't forget to celebrate my birthday, too! It will be a great one. :D)
  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. OST
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI
  • Drinking: iced tea
Yesterday was my birthday, I've finally turned 24. :la:
A lot sure does happen when you turn 24. :D
Anyway, I went to visit my mother and have a vegetarian Mexican lunch as well catch up with our lives. The lunch was phenomenal, it was Mexican soup & I love how she made it by fresh ingredients without any meat. Then, I went shopping at the thrift store for a couple of new VHS tapes along with a CD and went back home to chill out. I even did an birthday artwork for myself, too. Later in the evening, my family & I all went to Arirang Garden Japanese & Korean to have dinner. I ordered the deluxe mixed (nigiri) sushi platter while my family ordered the same big Do-Liang dinner plate which they've couldn't finished, but we had a really good dinner. After coming home from dinner, we relaxed until we all had cake & ice cream except for my stepbrother (who isn't much into sweets). Before we ate our desert, I went to DA as for to see if there were any birthday wishes and they were. I was pretty happy to hear from them wishing me a happy birthday. Overall, it was one of the finest birthdays I've ever had in my life.
Not to mention it was also my twin brother's birthday as well. :)
The following things I've got on my birthday were: an artwork of Mina (from SAILOR MOON) from :iconivy-mauve:, a birthday cake badge artwork from :iconmymelodyoftheheart:, a fancy jacket from my dad, a coloring book on the world's great art masterpieces from my mom, a dozen new VHS tapes I've bought from the thrift store, and Linkin Park's second album METEORA on CD (special edition).
I would also like to take time to thank the following pals I have on DA who gave me the best birthday regards on this site:
:iconcamilia-chan::iconivy-mauve::icongxfan537::iconx--the-b-meister--x::iconnekowhitestar::iconmymelodyoftheheart:
And now the weekend to come. :)
  • Listening to: Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A. OST
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI

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Christopher Thomason
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About myself........

My name is Christopher, and I am somewhere from the Pacific Northwest in the USA. Just another average huge cinephile & otaku, as well an artist myself. I have been drawing anime since I was in high school as well had some experinece in filmmaking around the school, too. :)

Likes: Cinema, anime/manga, music, food, classic video gaming, photography, traveling, cats, & writing
Dislikes: Bad art &controversial topics (like politics)

My top all-time favorite films:
Deep Red | Seven Samurai | The Man Who Fell To Earth | L’argent | The Dark Knight | There Will Be Blood | The Human Condition | Fellini Satyricon | Mulholland Drive | 2001: A Space Odyssey | Sleeping Beauty | Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai | Naked | Dawn of the Dead (1978) | Rebel Without a Cause | Citizen Kane | Battleship Potemkin | Alice In Wonderland (1951) | Taxi Driver | For a Few Dollars More | La Jetée | Vertigo | Sátántangó | Blade Runner | Princess Mononoke | El Topo | Hard-Boiled | Woman In the Dunes | Fantasia | The Jazz Singer (1980) | Terminator 2: Judgment Day | Un Chien Andalou | Scott Pilgrim vs. the World | Babel | Dead Ringers | Metropolis | The Jungle Book | Eraserhead | 8 ½ | Walkabout | Breathless | Children of Men | Grand Illusion | Ran | Persona | The Decalogue | Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom | Russian Ark | Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love the Bomb | The Crying Game | Gozu | One Hundred And One Dalmatians | Brazil | The Secret of NIMH | Irreversible | The White Ribbon | Rosemary’s Baby | It’s a Wonderful Life | The Third Man | Django | The Passion of Joan of Arc | Faust (1926) | Ugetsu | A Man Escaped | Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind | City of God | Apocalypse Now | The Road Warrior | Splash | The 400 Blows | Onibaba | To Live And Die In L.A. (...just to name a few, but wow! That's quite a lot, so many to choose form. :D)

My top all-time favorite anime/manga:
Cowboy Bebop | Fruits Basket | Rosario + Vampire | Soul Eater | X | Yu-Gi-Oh! | Bleach | Attack On Titan | Hellsing | Sailor Moon | Dororo | Magic Knight Rayearth | Claymore | Neon Genesis Evangelion | Black Lagoon | Slayers | Death Note | Cat Planet Cuties | Excel Saga

My favorite food/drinks:
Hamburger | Pizza | Ice Cream | anything Japanese | anything Mexican | Chili | Dr. Pepper | Pasta | Biscuits & gravy | Apple | Doughnut | Waffles | Mountain Dew | Yogurt | anything Chinese | Cesar salad | Bacon | Carrots | Curry

My best pals on DA (also awesome & inspiring artists as well) ...
:iconcamilia-chan: :icondariakoumori: :iconallenscurse44: :iconmymelodyoftheheart: :iconcarriejokerbates: :iconthe-b-meister: :iconnekowhitestar: :iconsupremechaos918: :iconaaronsartstuff: :iconsaracaa: :iconlukamegurine78: :iconmr0spot: :iconmercedesvee: :iconleothefox: :iconjohanasmith: :iconkimbafan: :iconm0ckingbird-1sinsane: :iconxxsteefylovexx: :iconniarahime: :iconrollzero: :iconninjaweretiger: :iconghiblilover92: :iconivy-mauve:

My collection of amazing artworks I've done coming soon...
But I am writing film reviews on what I've recently watched for now.

Some great quotes:
"Create your own visual style. Let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others." - Orson Welles

"Memories aren't just sounds and pictures. They exist somewhere between the sounds, between the pictures." - Solid Snake (METAL GEAR SOILD)

"And don't call me Shirely." - Dr. Barry Rumack (AIRPLANE!) XD

I am also on...
www.anime-planet.com/users/Sco…
mubi.com/users/2683043
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:iconcamilia-chan:
Camilia-Chan Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
MenInASuitcase
fella Gift (Party) 
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thank you very much!
And it is going very well so far. :)
Will be having cake in a little bit.
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:iconcamilia-chan:
Camilia-Chan Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You are so welcome!
I'm glad to hear that you've had a wonderful day so far, and please enjoy your cake! :D
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Ivy-Mauve Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday dear Chris :3
My best wishes for you! I hope you're having an amazing day!!
Also, I have a little surprise for you n.n I'll try to finish it today, if I can't I'll upload it tomorrow :3 Also, I'll finally reply your note tomorrow, I just came back from classes >n<

A big hug for you!!
MenInASuitcase 
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thank you very much, Ivonne!
My day is going well so far, will have to tell you it in my next entry. :)
And a surprise for me? Why, thanks again. Shall look forward to it. :D
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Ivy-Mauve Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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Not so surprise haha a little gift for you n.n
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thank you, just saw it and commented/favorited it. :)
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gxfan537 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015
Happy Birthday! *hugs you* gxfan537.deviantart.com/galler…
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thank you.
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gxfan537 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2015
You're welcome 
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