I am a Christian! I was home educated through most of my school years. I am interested in photography, and animation. I've got a quite good camera, which takes some pretty Photos. I've Uploaded some on hear. I also have High Functioning Autism, ADHD and Dyspraxia. If you want to know more about that, just ask!
I do public speaking on autism for a living. I've got a website. Click here to see it.
I have written a book on my life with autism. The book is now published and is called 'Thinking Club: A Filmstrip of My Life As a Person With Autism'. You can view it on amazon here.
I'm a huge fan of Star Wars, Middle Earth, Narnia, Japanese anime and Superhero films/TV shows, especially DC (I don't read many comics). If you share any of these interests with me, feel free to have a chat with me (on HSA) about them, because I could talk for hours on my interests.
Star Wars Saga
The Lord of the Rings Trillogy
The Hobbit Trilogy
The Chronicles of Narnia 1 & 2 (didn't care for VOTDT)
Pirates of the Caribbean 1, 2 & 3, (not 4)
Toy Story Trilogy (especially 3)
Back to the Future Trilogy (especially part 1)
How to train your dragon 1 & 2
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
The Mummy 1 & 2
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Favorite TV Shows:
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Star Wars: Rebels
Once Upon a Time (So what if I am a guy who likes it?)
Jeeves & Wooster
Ajin: Demi human
Favorite Apps & Games:
Tony Hawk's Underground
Batman: Arkham Asylum
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Dumb Ways to Die
Chicken Tikka Masala
Most curries in general
A Series of Unfortunate Events
Alex Rider Series
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Lord of the Rings
The importance of being Earnest
Of Mice & Men
A Christmas Carol
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Yes! There is a book of it)
Peter and the Wolf
Star Wars soundtrack
Lord of the Rings soundtrack
The Hobbit soundtrack
Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack
How to train your Dragon soundtrack
The Terminator soundtrack
Requirement for a Dream soundtrack
Jurassic Park soundtrack
FAMILY & LIFESTYLE
Want (more) Children:
Not sure yet
Homeschool your children?:
Not sure yet.
PROFESSIONAL & EDUCATIONAL
Homeschooled all the way
Photography, Animation, Blogging, Film Making, Eating, Acting, Public Speaking, raising awareness of autism
I agree about the scene with Aslan and Emeth. After all, the moment he actually met Aslan, he believed in him. Personally, I think the point that Lewis was trying to make, was this: Lip-service has little value. It's who you are *actually* serving that counts. Who you really are inside. Like the parable of the two sons.
Yes, I heard that; I recently watched a Q&A with the director and I liked what he was saying. According to him, they're going to preserve the essence of the book, and stick close to the story. I like that; I think it will help keep it from being a run-of-the-mill action movie. Especially if they do a good job with the characters. I'm pretty excited. I think TSC has a lot of potential for a movie!
Puddleglum is awesome! There are so many good characters it's hard to choose. I even want to pick the antagonists as favorites. Thinking...
You know, I think Puddleglum just takes the cake. He's my favorite too.
I see you like Sherlock! We have just been watching the series for the first time. Have you read the books? I like the books a lot better, honestly.
I wasn't crazy about the addition of Tauriel either. It's obvious they just added her, to begin with, to fill the quota of at least one SFC (Strong Female Character). Don't get me started on Hollywood's wonderful imagination when creating SFCs. -_-
I, too, love TLB!!! It is the perfect culmination. So epic, and full of epic quotes as well!! "If you are dead and Aslan is not Aslan, what life is left for me?" What do you think of the controversial scene with Emeth and Aslan? Some people think the implication there is that there is another way than Jesus to be saved...what do you think?
Yes, I have seen the old LWW cartoon, and the three recent ones. I love the first two, and the introduction to VDT. after that, the whole thing is idiotic. I sympathize with Eustace's frustrated outburst about "chasing green mists, to lay seven steak knives at the table of a talking lion." But the first two - YES.
I like LOTR; not nearly as well as The Hobbit, because the characters in The Hobbit are (in my opinion) much more vivid.
I really like the movie trilogy versions of both, as well. LOTR would be on my list of top ten I think. It's awesome; the characters are so colorful and the story so dramatic!
My favorite Narnia book...ohhh that's hard...probably The Magician's Nephew. The storyline is brilliant and tightly woven, and the scene of Aslan creating Narnia is simply priceless. Which is yours, and why?
I completely agree that TFA took too much from the ANH storyline. When I saw it in the theater for the first time, I remember thinking to myself at several points, "Haven't I seen this movie before?" I wish the writers had been able to come up with something a bit more original.
I'm just waiting for the line in TLJ where Luke will tell Rey that he's her father. Of course, everyone is expecting that Luke will be Rey's father, or else she'll be Kylo Ren's sister, maybe even a twin sister. But maybe the big twist will be that she's neither one of those. I don't know what else they could come up with that would fit into the story. I guess we'll have to wait and see.
Thank you thank you! I had to go back and look at what movies I have listed, because I don't think I've updated that in a long time! ha!
I like Arrow and Once Upon a Time too! Although my husband and I were really disappointed in season 4 of Arrow, ao we didn't watch very far into that season at all. But I'm still really impressed that Once Upon a Time!