Tropers / Anthologist

Sometimes I make small changes or launch a page or two, but for the most part I'm pretty invisible on the main site.

Tropes that apply to me:

Some of my favorite works are:

  • Hard Candy: The plot is great, the two-character dynamic awesome, and the superb coloring is something I've tried to imitate on my own movies.
  • A Song of Ice and Fire: I just finished the first novel whole series and I can't wait to pick up the next one. for ADWD.
  • Dragaera: I've read the first three eight books, and it seems to be a great series.
  • Push: What's wrong with reviewers? This was awesome.
  • Amélie: Again, loved the colours, and the MC was lovable.
  • Red vs. Blue: For its quoting potential.
  • Incarnations of Immortality: After thinking of the same basic idea, I found out someone had already written them.
  • He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not: Two sided stories are always great.
  • Brick: Someone give the people who did this more money and let them make movies for the rest of their life.
  • Dexter: Why, there is a disturbing lack of serial killers as protagonist in fiction.
  • Halo: Mostly the novels.
  • Snow Crash: I needed the geek points for some stickers.
  • Batman: Uh, duh.
  • DotHack: The AI buster novels. The rest are eh.
  • Jumper: The novels. Movie for the lose.
  • DrHorrible: Musicals are great. No, I'm not gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
  • Wanted: The movie, as a guilty pleasure. Or just a pleasure really. Elfman outdid himself on this.
  • The Big Lebowski: Uh, yeah, man, it's awesome.
  • Crank: Just a tuesday for Jason Statham.
  • The Long Walk: The proof that King can write awesome stories without fucking them up.
  • The Running Man: The book. It's becoming a running gag.
  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off: I wish I had weekends as awesome as his.
  • Pulp Fiction: Need I explain?
  • Inglourious Basterds: Again, need I explain?
  • Haruhi Suzumiya: Can't get enough of it.
  • M: If only for historic value, cinematography, and plot. I'm simultaneously a fan and not a fan.

I'll keep filling it up some time later.


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