Also, just wanted to make this clear~
I’ve moved most my blog activity over to YAM Magazine.
… is Amy.
I asked the collective conscious who the biggest Yu Aoi fan was, and it pulled this up.
I’ll take it.
Amy is the biggest Yu Aoi fan.
It took a while, but
Happy 1000th fan!
If you aren’t following the list yet, you might discover a gem or two!
My only Letterboxd anticipated message came in the other day, but I took a little bit longer to post because the better side of my OCD got to me.
But here it is!
I went on a Stephen Chow binge, and got to watch a bunch of Hrishikesh Mukherjee films for MUBI. Not to be the Debbie Downer of the terrible 2020, but I hope 2021 picks up. This is the first time in my movie-watching history that I only have one single 4-star rating in my Year Films Ranked list. Two titles if you consider Marona’s Fantastic Tale.
This 2021, I have decided to shut off social media and restart blogging once again. It doesn’t matter if it’s into a blackhole of information. I’ve started with this Spanish translation of a review for Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do, since the film is in rotation at the Indian entertainment channel ZeeMundo. We also have a proper Spanish title for Haider (!).