Kawehi - Anthem
Can I marry you!?
Where The Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Rings
Here’s another great documentary that I’ve been meaning to share. You can say whatever you want about Kanye West but this man, in my opinion, is really a genius. Call me a Yeezus believer.
In our society, when you associate the word “genius,” people will most likely think of Albert Einstein. People will think of book smart kids that can ace all of their science exams without studying. Just those nerdy dudes that has over 9,000 IQ. But according to Wikipedia (lol) , a genius is a person who displays exceptional intellectual ability, creativity, or originality. Typically to a degree that is associated with the achievement of an unprecedented leap of insight. To me, Kanye fits that word perfectly.
The man is fearless. To himself, his ideas are flawless. I think it’s confidence more than arrogance. Although, his arrogance does touch the sky. Kanye is just one of those people that you will never understand. That’s why I admire him so much because it’s so hard to accept that you’re weird. He embraced it and let his ideas flow.
He gets hate because he’s too complex. They hate him because he’s like an alien. He’s so out there. Why do most alien films we’ve seen have people trying to kill aliens? What if they’re trying to give us new technology. What if they just want to give us a better system to live in. Something cool. Aliens could be nice. Kanye is like mothafuckin Tetsuo or Kakarot. Spirit bombing ideas to new heights. Bustin out scouters and shit.
Anyways, this doc was fan made but it was very well put together. It’s hard to look for content and edit them together so I applaud this guy. You guys need to check it out.
A$AP Rocky: SVDDXNLY
I love documentaries. I spend a lot of time watching different ones. There’s just a special kind of motivation that I get from watching great artists, athletes or any kind of successful people do their thing. Seeing a glimpse of their daily lives. Knowing more about where they came from and what adversity they had to overcome. It gives me more confidence to overcome my own. It reassures me that working hard will get you somewhere.
A$AP Rocky is such a good motivation as far as coming from the bottom to up. For me, he showed me that you don’t have to conform to the hype. You can create your own lane. Make it all on your own. Start your own shit. All of that was presented in this well created documentary by Vice’s Noisey. Definitely will get any artist hyped. Going God mode, monica.
"Oh captain, my captain. Why have you sailed your ship. The tides may be against you but the seas are wide and deep."
Robin Williams made such a huge impact in my life and a lot of people’s lives. The man filled our childhoods with great happiness, tremendous inspiration and an escape from realities that some of us needed.
One of my fondest memories with my dad was when we watched Mrs. Doubtfire at SM Megamall around Christmas time in 1993. I always think of that moment whenever my father and I are not on good terms. It was one of the happiest moments I’ve ever had with him and Robin made it memorable.
He filled our lives with happy memories yet he was unhappy enough to take his own life. He felt like the world was against him and that he wasn’t important enough. He felt something that drove all his rationality away. Despite his success in life and all the laughter, he still felt this way. He felt emptiness inside him. He still felt lonely and unwanted. A guy who made us all laugh was sad.
Depression is nothing to gloss over. If you’re suffering from depression, reach out. If you know someone who is suffering from it, help them. Sometimes all it takes to save a life is the reassurance that everything will be alright. A few minutes of your time could save someone’s lifetime.
Genie, you’re free... May you rest happy in your own Neverland. BANGARANG! Pandaman!
Mom, you may or may not see this but I just wanted to say that I owe you everything and more. No matter how stupid I acted, you stood by me. No matter how confusing I could be, you tried to understand me. No matter how much I’ve failed, you always helped me back up. When dad was gone, you held us all together. When I was hurt you patched my wounds up. When I was hungry, you cooked my favorite meals.
It took me a while to realize it but I never experienced real hardship because of you. You worked hard — really hard! Provided us with everything we needed and gave us everything we wanted.
I said mommy I’mma love you till you don’t hurt no moreAnd when I’m older, you ain’t gotta work no moreAnd I’mma get you that mansion that we couldn’t affordSee you’re, unbreakable, unmistakableHighly capable, lady that’s makin lootA livin legend too, just look at what heaven doSend us an angel, and I thank you
You would push your ways sometimes but I know you just wanted us to be successful, comfortable and happy. I know my ways are unconventional but your love is unconditional. You supported my dreams and the times I showed you something, I could see the gleams of happiness in your eyes. The feeling is so euphoric and addicting. I’m gonna do everything I can to keep seeing it.
Things may seem impossible at times but when I think of you or when I’m with you, I know I could do everything because you have.
I love you, Mom.
Classes cancelled as NBC cancels Community
After five seasons, NBC has officially launched the darkest timeline. Community is done — at least for now.
Sony is reportedly shopping it around so the whole “Six Seasons and a Movie” isn’t completely dead yet. With Hulu owning the digital rights, we could very well see a similar treatment that Netflix did for Arrested Development. Either that or Scrubs 2.0…
I secretly wish Netflix gets the rights.
Akira Project - Live Action Trailer
Holy $#!%! This is epic !
The Akira Project is a crowd-sourced, non-profit project meant to create a live action fan trailer of AKIRA. An Indiegogo campaign was started in July 2012 as part of a crowd sourcing effort to make this project come to life. The production was shot in Montreal, Quebec from November 2-5th 2012 involving more than 40 artists in 12 different countries.