First, it started with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. After the first few episodes, I instantly grew obsessed with this show. I can't believe I finished it last week (in which I cried, by the way)... This show has some of the most heartbreaking death/scenes. I'll tell you guys about it in the end of this post so that I won't spoil anybody. My favorite character would probably be Willow because of how much she grew, and she's just amazing and Anya because she is hilarious.
Angel, the spinoff series, I didn't like as much as Buffy, I don't know why, but it's never been the same. My favorite episode would have to be I Will Remember You, because of how heartbreaking it is (some of you will know what I'm talking about. Eight now I'm on episode 2 of the last season, because I'm waiting for my friend to catch up to me on Naruto.
Once Upon a Time is a proof of one of the things I do, which is having to finish what I start no matter how off track it's gone. Plus, it's gotten more interesting what with Maleficent added in the mix and all that. I also started and finished Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and I really like Will :)
Now onto the anime side. I first watched Naruto nearly 5 years ago when I was still in Indonesia. It would play on TV in the few minutes before I had to go to school, so I had already watched bits of it. Right now I'm on episode 88 of the Shippuden (even though I want to watch the movies too). I'm really like Shikamaru and Gaara right now, but that might change since I still have tons and tons of more episode to go.
The next two animes were ones that I just started and finished on a whim. Say "I Love You" and Au Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) are both cutesy romance stories that made me really happy (and sometimes frustrated too) and was more of a feel good story, but they're still great.
On Saturday, I watched Into the Woods, didn't think much of it. I was expecting something awesome because of the actors in it, but was sort of disappointed.
Some movies that I want to watch next are Paper Towns and Insurgent. By the way, do you guys think I should read Paper Towns first? Is it good? I might start either Doctor Who or Sherlock because a good friend of mine is a huge fangirl of the two TV shows and they sound pretty interesting.
Anyways, that's it for today. Thanks for reading and I'll see you next week :)
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Some of the scenes/death that broke my heart was when Tara died, because the effect that it had on Willow tore my heart to pieces