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I am watching Hameshaa, the Bolly movie about reincarnated lovers that proves that bad hair, like love, lasts forever. Hamesha thoughts )

On the other end of the spectrum, there is Creezy, a seventies movie with the icy and gorgeous Alain Delon. It's the very opposite of Hameshaa. It's small and feels painstakingly and cooly real. It basically is a day in the life of a politician intercut with his memories of affair with a gorgeous model. It's quite romantic and I can't wait to watch more. It also makes me wonder if there has ever been a good adaptation of Stendhal's The Red and the Black? Because young Delon would have made a great protagonist.

Also watched more Chobits Chobits and FY and GK thoughts )

In completely unrelated news (my brain jumps around like a magpie), the book rec for the week is something I have no idea how hard it is to find. It's Erve Bazen's And the flames consume (I have no idea what the name in English (or the original French) would be. I read it in Russian). It's a French novel and I read it in Russian translation, but I have no idea if an English translation exists. It's worth seeking out though. The novel deals with the immediate aftermath of the Pinochet coup. It actually is tightly focused on two people, Miguel and Maria who, if I ever was compiling a literary OTP list, would be very highly placed on it. The book is passionate: politically passionate (about what people do to each other and how it outrages one's conscience) and romantically passionate, as well. Ramblings about the novel )

And in other star-crossed romantics news, I was rewatching "Destiny," my fave ep of Roswell. I've forgotten how amazing Max/Liz were. Any good Dreamer fanfic recs? Please? [livejournal.com profile] keepaofthecheez, where is your stuff archived? And also, does anyone have caps of that scene of them hiding in the oveturned truck? For some reason what really gets me is the way she kisses his eyes, and the way her voice dies away on the word 'ended' when she says that his life ended when he saved her. And the way Max, half out of his head, utterly exhausted, fresh off the torture table, tells her that's when his life began and that what kept him alive during it all was the thought of her (and I love that he can't talk about what they did to him, it's too horrifying to him and he is indirect and he has to pause before he mentions it even in that fashion). If a man can say that to you after all that's happened, whoa. And in a way, being in such extremity, he has no control over his emotions much any more and you can feel love just pour off him. Max/Liz have never been more R&Jish than in that scene. Oh, and the bit where Max and Liz are surrounded and they are on the bridge and they look down at the water and you can tell they are terrified and they kiss each other and you can tell they think it might be their last, and then they jump, holding hands? OMG. My OTP. Musings on OTPs )

In related non-loverly news, I did see the finale of Doctor Who and forgot to post about it. Thoughts on Finale, OTPs and OT3s and David Tennant's coolness or lack thereof )

Continuing this crazy, directionless ramble, the next item on the agenda is gorgeous pictures from The Banquet, a Chinese movie coming out in late 2006. The Banquet has been described as a loose adaptation of "Hamlet"; it is a tale of fate and revenge set in 10th century China. A new Emperor has usurped the throne through murder. Zhang Ziyi plays the widowed Empress, who marries the new Emperor (Ge You) only to protect herself, but also secretly plots his death with the help of the Crown Prince (Daniel Wu) and the Chief Minister (Ma Jingwu). Yet the Prince and Minister each have their own plans for the throne, and, of course, so does the Emperor. All these intrigues are brought to a climax when the Emperor calls for a lavish banquet, where the murderous plans are set in motion.

Stills beneath the cut )

And because it seems I cannot end a post without a Hayden Christensen picspam, here is the next batch:



More Hayden )

OK, I am all out of Hayden. Who should I picspam next? As long as they are reasonably attractive and someone I'd heard of, bring on the suggestions!

And thus ends the really long post. No wonder it took me days.
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I am watching Hameshaa, the Bolly movie about reincarnated lovers that proves that bad hair, like love, lasts forever. Hamesha thoughts )

On the other end of the spectrum, there is Creezy, a seventies movie with the icy and gorgeous Alain Delon. It's the very opposite of Hameshaa. It's small and feels painstakingly and cooly real. It basically is a day in the life of a politician intercut with his memories of affair with a gorgeous model. It's quite romantic and I can't wait to watch more. It also makes me wonder if there has ever been a good adaptation of Stendhal's The Red and the Black? Because young Delon would have made a great protagonist.

Also watched more Chobits Chobits and FY and GK thoughts )

In completely unrelated news (my brain jumps around like a magpie), the book rec for the week is something I have no idea how hard it is to find. It's Erve Bazen's And the flames consume (I have no idea what the name in English (or the original French) would be. I read it in Russian). It's a French novel and I read it in Russian translation, but I have no idea if an English translation exists. It's worth seeking out though. The novel deals with the immediate aftermath of the Pinochet coup. It actually is tightly focused on two people, Miguel and Maria who, if I ever was compiling a literary OTP list, would be very highly placed on it. The book is passionate: politically passionate (about what people do to each other and how it outrages one's conscience) and romantically passionate, as well. Ramblings about the novel )

And in other star-crossed romantics news, I was rewatching "Destiny," my fave ep of Roswell. I've forgotten how amazing Max/Liz were. Any good Dreamer fanfic recs? Please? [livejournal.com profile] keepaofthecheez, where is your stuff archived? And also, does anyone have caps of that scene of them hiding in the oveturned truck? For some reason what really gets me is the way she kisses his eyes, and the way her voice dies away on the word 'ended' when she says that his life ended when he saved her. And the way Max, half out of his head, utterly exhausted, fresh off the torture table, tells her that's when his life began and that what kept him alive during it all was the thought of her (and I love that he can't talk about what they did to him, it's too horrifying to him and he is indirect and he has to pause before he mentions it even in that fashion). If a man can say that to you after all that's happened, whoa. And in a way, being in such extremity, he has no control over his emotions much any more and you can feel love just pour off him. Max/Liz have never been more R&Jish than in that scene. Oh, and the bit where Max and Liz are surrounded and they are on the bridge and they look down at the water and you can tell they are terrified and they kiss each other and you can tell they think it might be their last, and then they jump, holding hands? OMG. My OTP. Musings on OTPs )

In related non-loverly news, I did see the finale of Doctor Who and forgot to post about it. Thoughts on Finale, OTPs and OT3s and David Tennant's coolness or lack thereof )

Continuing this crazy, directionless ramble, the next item on the agenda is gorgeous pictures from The Banquet, a Chinese movie coming out in late 2006. The Banquet has been described as a loose adaptation of "Hamlet"; it is a tale of fate and revenge set in 10th century China. A new Emperor has usurped the throne through murder. Zhang Ziyi plays the widowed Empress, who marries the new Emperor (Ge You) only to protect herself, but also secretly plots his death with the help of the Crown Prince (Daniel Wu) and the Chief Minister (Ma Jingwu). Yet the Prince and Minister each have their own plans for the throne, and, of course, so does the Emperor. All these intrigues are brought to a climax when the Emperor calls for a lavish banquet, where the murderous plans are set in motion.

Stills beneath the cut )

And because it seems I cannot end a post without a Hayden Christensen picspam, here is the next batch:



More Hayden )

OK, I am all out of Hayden. Who should I picspam next? As long as they are reasonably attractive and someone I'd heard of, bring on the suggestions!

And thus ends the really long post. No wonder it took me days.
dangermousie: (Default)
I am watching Hameshaa, the Bolly movie about reincarnated lovers that proves that bad hair, like love, lasts forever. Hamesha thoughts )

On the other end of the spectrum, there is Creezy, a seventies movie with the icy and gorgeous Alain Delon. It's the very opposite of Hameshaa. It's small and feels painstakingly and cooly real. It basically is a day in the life of a politician intercut with his memories of affair with a gorgeous model. It's quite romantic and I can't wait to watch more. It also makes me wonder if there has ever been a good adaptation of Stendhal's The Red and the Black? Because young Delon would have made a great protagonist.

Also watched more Chobits Chobits and FY and GK thoughts )

In completely unrelated news (my brain jumps around like a magpie), the book rec for the week is something I have no idea how hard it is to find. It's Erve Bazen's And the flames consume (I have no idea what the name in English (or the original French) would be. I read it in Russian). It's a French novel and I read it in Russian translation, but I have no idea if an English translation exists. It's worth seeking out though. The novel deals with the immediate aftermath of the Pinochet coup. It actually is tightly focused on two people, Miguel and Maria who, if I ever was compiling a literary OTP list, would be very highly placed on it. The book is passionate: politically passionate (about what people do to each other and how it outrages one's conscience) and romantically passionate, as well. Ramblings about the novel )

And in other star-crossed romantics news, I was rewatching "Destiny," my fave ep of Roswell. I've forgotten how amazing Max/Liz were. Any good Dreamer fanfic recs? Please? [livejournal.com profile] keepaofthecheez, where is your stuff archived? And also, does anyone have caps of that scene of them hiding in the oveturned truck? For some reason what really gets me is the way she kisses his eyes, and the way her voice dies away on the word 'ended' when she says that his life ended when he saved her. And the way Max, half out of his head, utterly exhausted, fresh off the torture table, tells her that's when his life began and that what kept him alive during it all was the thought of her (and I love that he can't talk about what they did to him, it's too horrifying to him and he is indirect and he has to pause before he mentions it even in that fashion). If a man can say that to you after all that's happened, whoa. And in a way, being in such extremity, he has no control over his emotions much any more and you can feel love just pour off him. Max/Liz have never been more R&Jish than in that scene. Oh, and the bit where Max and Liz are surrounded and they are on the bridge and they look down at the water and you can tell they are terrified and they kiss each other and you can tell they think it might be their last, and then they jump, holding hands? OMG. My OTP. Musings on OTPs )

In related non-loverly news, I did see the finale of Doctor Who and forgot to post about it. Thoughts on Finale, OTPs and OT3s and David Tennant's coolness or lack thereof )

Continuing this crazy, directionless ramble, the next item on the agenda is gorgeous pictures from The Banquet, a Chinese movie coming out in late 2006. The Banquet has been described as a loose adaptation of "Hamlet"; it is a tale of fate and revenge set in 10th century China. A new Emperor has usurped the throne through murder. Zhang Ziyi plays the widowed Empress, who marries the new Emperor (Ge You) only to protect herself, but also secretly plots his death with the help of the Crown Prince (Daniel Wu) and the Chief Minister (Ma Jingwu). Yet the Prince and Minister each have their own plans for the throne, and, of course, so does the Emperor. All these intrigues are brought to a climax when the Emperor calls for a lavish banquet, where the murderous plans are set in motion.

Stills beneath the cut )

And because it seems I cannot end a post without a Hayden Christensen picspam, here is the next batch:



More Hayden )

OK, I am all out of Hayden. Who should I picspam next? As long as they are reasonably attractive and someone I'd heard of, bring on the suggestions!

And thus ends the really long post. No wonder it took me days.
dangermousie: (Default)
It's going to be my birthday tomorrow and I don't know what I feel about this. Cut for silly birthday whining )

Enough of self-pity though. I dreamt last night that I was watching Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna in the theater. My dream self is just as big a fangirl as my real self. Actually, seeing that I am considering spending the evening of my birthday in a movie theater, watching Fanaa, I think my dream self has a ways to go.

In other movie news, I bought the Director's Cut of Kingdom of Heaven and can't wait to watch it.

Now to completely switch tack. Has anyone else read Elizabeth Peters' Night Train to Memphis? It's one of my favorite books and I always read it when I am tired or need cheering up. Peters is best known for her Amelia Peabody series (which are good and I adored Ramses and Nefret but she should have stopped with He Shall Thunder in the Sky, which really tied up all the storylines). NTTM is not a Peabody book and is the first Peters book I've ever read. It's the last book of four or so in a very loose series of stories about Vicky Bliss, an art historian amateur sleuth and her mysterious and shady and snarky on-again-off-again lover John (real name John Tregarth, alias Sir John Smythe. He has an odd sense of humor), who also happens to be an extremely accomplished antiqueties thief. You don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy NTTM (I hadn't at the time), and in any event NTTM is by far the best of the bunch. Vicky, the narrator is tough as a bulldozer, clueless, stubborn and hilarious. John is a fictional descendant of such characters as Lymond and Sir Peter Wimsey. The OTP is snarky and angsty and good. They actually remind me of Logan and Veronica from Veronica Mars a bit, personality-wise.

And speaking of VM, crazy people on TWoP are continuing to puzzle me as they are all currently bemoaning the lack of passion in L/V kisses. They are all "we love the ship but JD and KB don't know how to kiss passionately." Maybe it's me, but that's kinda insane. A kiss is a kiss, unless there is some weird biting, and L/V kissing is totally swoony, but not only that, all their make-out scenes are scorching hot. Argh. Seriously, these scenes are as hot as scenes with people keeping their clothes on can be, and I've rewatched those scenes a bit too much for sanity :P

And I am continuing my watch of Chobits which is adorable. Chi is extremely lucky she ended up with Hideki. He does not treat her as a personcom, but as a person. He can't help it. When she shuts down because of insufficient battery he freaks out, even though she is (others think) a machine and can be recharged later. He ends up carrying her, climbing embankments, to get her some energy summplies, and when they fall off a height, he automatically positions himself so as to break her fall and so as the impact of it will hit him and not her. When he finds her half-dressed after a 'job' (long story) he takes off his shirt and puts it around her, even though she is not regarded as a person. He takes her to a bookstore and when the choice is between a dictionary he needs for studying or a book she wants, he buys the book she wants as a present. When she earns money and wants to give it to him, even though he is broke, he insists she keep it as it's hers. Chi is supposed to be a computer, but Hideki treats her as a person. And you know what? She is one, and his actions bring it out and it's all wonderful. But Hideki is also lucky he ended up with Chi. Otherwise he'd be very lonely in the big city, and have no one to cheer him on and to care for.

And I close with the ridiculous Bolly fashion.

Fashion Horrors to keep you from sleeping )
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It's going to be my birthday tomorrow and I don't know what I feel about this. Cut for silly birthday whining )

Enough of self-pity though. I dreamt last night that I was watching Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna in the theater. My dream self is just as big a fangirl as my real self. Actually, seeing that I am considering spending the evening of my birthday in a movie theater, watching Fanaa, I think my dream self has a ways to go.

In other movie news, I bought the Director's Cut of Kingdom of Heaven and can't wait to watch it.

Now to completely switch tack. Has anyone else read Elizabeth Peters' Night Train to Memphis? It's one of my favorite books and I always read it when I am tired or need cheering up. Peters is best known for her Amelia Peabody series (which are good and I adored Ramses and Nefret but she should have stopped with He Shall Thunder in the Sky, which really tied up all the storylines). NTTM is not a Peabody book and is the first Peters book I've ever read. It's the last book of four or so in a very loose series of stories about Vicky Bliss, an art historian amateur sleuth and her mysterious and shady and snarky on-again-off-again lover John (real name John Tregarth, alias Sir John Smythe. He has an odd sense of humor), who also happens to be an extremely accomplished antiqueties thief. You don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy NTTM (I hadn't at the time), and in any event NTTM is by far the best of the bunch. Vicky, the narrator is tough as a bulldozer, clueless, stubborn and hilarious. John is a fictional descendant of such characters as Lymond and Sir Peter Wimsey. The OTP is snarky and angsty and good. They actually remind me of Logan and Veronica from Veronica Mars a bit, personality-wise.

And speaking of VM, crazy people on TWoP are continuing to puzzle me as they are all currently bemoaning the lack of passion in L/V kisses. They are all "we love the ship but JD and KB don't know how to kiss passionately." Maybe it's me, but that's kinda insane. A kiss is a kiss, unless there is some weird biting, and L/V kissing is totally swoony, but not only that, all their make-out scenes are scorching hot. Argh. Seriously, these scenes are as hot as scenes with people keeping their clothes on can be, and I've rewatched those scenes a bit too much for sanity :P

And I am continuing my watch of Chobits which is adorable. Chi is extremely lucky she ended up with Hideki. He does not treat her as a personcom, but as a person. He can't help it. When she shuts down because of insufficient battery he freaks out, even though she is (others think) a machine and can be recharged later. He ends up carrying her, climbing embankments, to get her some energy summplies, and when they fall off a height, he automatically positions himself so as to break her fall and so as the impact of it will hit him and not her. When he finds her half-dressed after a 'job' (long story) he takes off his shirt and puts it around her, even though she is not regarded as a person. He takes her to a bookstore and when the choice is between a dictionary he needs for studying or a book she wants, he buys the book she wants as a present. When she earns money and wants to give it to him, even though he is broke, he insists she keep it as it's hers. Chi is supposed to be a computer, but Hideki treats her as a person. And you know what? She is one, and his actions bring it out and it's all wonderful. But Hideki is also lucky he ended up with Chi. Otherwise he'd be very lonely in the big city, and have no one to cheer him on and to care for.

And I close with the ridiculous Bolly fashion.

Fashion Horrors to keep you from sleeping )
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It's going to be my birthday tomorrow and I don't know what I feel about this. Cut for silly birthday whining )

Enough of self-pity though. I dreamt last night that I was watching Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna in the theater. My dream self is just as big a fangirl as my real self. Actually, seeing that I am considering spending the evening of my birthday in a movie theater, watching Fanaa, I think my dream self has a ways to go.

In other movie news, I bought the Director's Cut of Kingdom of Heaven and can't wait to watch it.

Now to completely switch tack. Has anyone else read Elizabeth Peters' Night Train to Memphis? It's one of my favorite books and I always read it when I am tired or need cheering up. Peters is best known for her Amelia Peabody series (which are good and I adored Ramses and Nefret but she should have stopped with He Shall Thunder in the Sky, which really tied up all the storylines). NTTM is not a Peabody book and is the first Peters book I've ever read. It's the last book of four or so in a very loose series of stories about Vicky Bliss, an art historian amateur sleuth and her mysterious and shady and snarky on-again-off-again lover John (real name John Tregarth, alias Sir John Smythe. He has an odd sense of humor), who also happens to be an extremely accomplished antiqueties thief. You don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy NTTM (I hadn't at the time), and in any event NTTM is by far the best of the bunch. Vicky, the narrator is tough as a bulldozer, clueless, stubborn and hilarious. John is a fictional descendant of such characters as Lymond and Sir Peter Wimsey. The OTP is snarky and angsty and good. They actually remind me of Logan and Veronica from Veronica Mars a bit, personality-wise.

And speaking of VM, crazy people on TWoP are continuing to puzzle me as they are all currently bemoaning the lack of passion in L/V kisses. They are all "we love the ship but JD and KB don't know how to kiss passionately." Maybe it's me, but that's kinda insane. A kiss is a kiss, unless there is some weird biting, and L/V kissing is totally swoony, but not only that, all their make-out scenes are scorching hot. Argh. Seriously, these scenes are as hot as scenes with people keeping their clothes on can be, and I've rewatched those scenes a bit too much for sanity :P

And I am continuing my watch of Chobits which is adorable. Chi is extremely lucky she ended up with Hideki. He does not treat her as a personcom, but as a person. He can't help it. When she shuts down because of insufficient battery he freaks out, even though she is (others think) a machine and can be recharged later. He ends up carrying her, climbing embankments, to get her some energy summplies, and when they fall off a height, he automatically positions himself so as to break her fall and so as the impact of it will hit him and not her. When he finds her half-dressed after a 'job' (long story) he takes off his shirt and puts it around her, even though she is not regarded as a person. He takes her to a bookstore and when the choice is between a dictionary he needs for studying or a book she wants, he buys the book she wants as a present. When she earns money and wants to give it to him, even though he is broke, he insists she keep it as it's hers. Chi is supposed to be a computer, but Hideki treats her as a person. And you know what? She is one, and his actions bring it out and it's all wonderful. But Hideki is also lucky he ended up with Chi. Otherwise he'd be very lonely in the big city, and have no one to cheer him on and to care for.

And I close with the ridiculous Bolly fashion.

Fashion Horrors to keep you from sleeping )
dangermousie: (LoVe: touch by dtissagirl)
I am still on the crazy high from Veronica Mars' "Not Pictured." But oddly enough, the character I've been thinking about lately is Duncan.

Thoughts on Duncan, spoilers for the show so far )

P.S. I loathe, loathe, LOATHE the Angel/Spike comparisons. I was a huge Angel fan, and an Angel/Buffy shipper yet Logan is my favorite male character in VM and I am all about L/V shipping. Seeing Angel=Duncan kind of riles me up, especially when it's usually 'everyone dislikes Duncan who is deadly dull, and Duncan=Angel, so Angel is the deadly dull one no one ships with the heroine' vibe. It's quite possible to be B/A and still not find Duncan fascinating and be about L/V.

Oh, and my favorite post 2.22 fic is Molasses and Taffy(it's Keith, Logan, and Veronica centric and it's L/V). Check it out.

In other news, I've started watching and enjoying the delightful Chobits. It's funny (Chi's quest for underwear had me rolling on the floor), I love the pastel, pretty artwork, and I like the characters. The story (and it is one unitary one) centers around the life of Hideki, a poor student attempting to get into university by studying at a cram school, and in particular his relationship with a persocom (a computer designed to look like a person) called Chi, who is a Chobit: a sort of super-persocom with abilities far in advance of normal Persocoms, most remarkably emotions.

Anti-feminism or a praise for the individual? Oh heck, it's just romantic fluff with no deep nefarious ideas behind it. But I shall comment on it nonetheless. )

Samples of pretty artwork )
dangermousie: (LoVe: touch by dtissagirl)
I am still on the crazy high from Veronica Mars' "Not Pictured." But oddly enough, the character I've been thinking about lately is Duncan.

Thoughts on Duncan, spoilers for the show so far )

P.S. I loathe, loathe, LOATHE the Angel/Spike comparisons. I was a huge Angel fan, and an Angel/Buffy shipper yet Logan is my favorite male character in VM and I am all about L/V shipping. Seeing Angel=Duncan kind of riles me up, especially when it's usually 'everyone dislikes Duncan who is deadly dull, and Duncan=Angel, so Angel is the deadly dull one no one ships with the heroine' vibe. It's quite possible to be B/A and still not find Duncan fascinating and be about L/V.

Oh, and my favorite post 2.22 fic is Molasses and Taffy(it's Keith, Logan, and Veronica centric and it's L/V). Check it out.

In other news, I've started watching and enjoying the delightful Chobits. It's funny (Chi's quest for underwear had me rolling on the floor), I love the pastel, pretty artwork, and I like the characters. The story (and it is one unitary one) centers around the life of Hideki, a poor student attempting to get into university by studying at a cram school, and in particular his relationship with a persocom (a computer designed to look like a person) called Chi, who is a Chobit: a sort of super-persocom with abilities far in advance of normal Persocoms, most remarkably emotions.

Anti-feminism or a praise for the individual? Oh heck, it's just romantic fluff with no deep nefarious ideas behind it. But I shall comment on it nonetheless. )

Samples of pretty artwork )
dangermousie: (LoVe: touch by dtissagirl)
I am still on the crazy high from Veronica Mars' "Not Pictured." But oddly enough, the character I've been thinking about lately is Duncan.

Thoughts on Duncan, spoilers for the show so far )

P.S. I loathe, loathe, LOATHE the Angel/Spike comparisons. I was a huge Angel fan, and an Angel/Buffy shipper yet Logan is my favorite male character in VM and I am all about L/V shipping. Seeing Angel=Duncan kind of riles me up, especially when it's usually 'everyone dislikes Duncan who is deadly dull, and Duncan=Angel, so Angel is the deadly dull one no one ships with the heroine' vibe. It's quite possible to be B/A and still not find Duncan fascinating and be about L/V.

Oh, and my favorite post 2.22 fic is Molasses and Taffy(it's Keith, Logan, and Veronica centric and it's L/V). Check it out.

In other news, I've started watching and enjoying the delightful Chobits. It's funny (Chi's quest for underwear had me rolling on the floor), I love the pastel, pretty artwork, and I like the characters. The story (and it is one unitary one) centers around the life of Hideki, a poor student attempting to get into university by studying at a cram school, and in particular his relationship with a persocom (a computer designed to look like a person) called Chi, who is a Chobit: a sort of super-persocom with abilities far in advance of normal Persocoms, most remarkably emotions.

Anti-feminism or a praise for the individual? Oh heck, it's just romantic fluff with no deep nefarious ideas behind it. But I shall comment on it nonetheless. )

Samples of pretty artwork )
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?

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