CharmieJay

CharmieJay

My soul is love, my heart is writing, my mind is poetry and my body is acting.

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The Role Anime Has Played in Japanese Economy

Discuss the economic benefits of anime within Japan’s spectrum. Site the correlation of the state of their economy as it relates to pop anime and sales of products related to pop anime throughout a set timeframe.

  • It would be good to look at how other mediums of entertainment and storytelling impact the culture around it and compare it to the effect anime has had. – LaRose 4 years ago
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  • Looking at how it has become a part of not only their economy, but their culture and society. It is so ingrained in the everyday life of the people living there that it is more than just an art and media form. – ThornsandRoses 4 years ago
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CharmieJay

I do respect how deeply he indulges himself in the arts. However, I just feel like his is more for attention seeking than actually enjoying the arts. This disingenuous behavior makes me personally not care to listen to his music very much.
That being said, I don’t mind some of his songs but I miss old Kanye from when he first came out.

Kanye West and Modernism: In Defense of Yeezus
CharmieJay

I completely agree. The greatest moments are found in the stillness. We’re starting to see a lot of movies that are grounded in realism veer away from using music but not many of them have accomplished the magic of finding the perfect still moment in which there is nothing but the character to fill that space.

Sound and Silence in 'Gravity': In Space, No One Can Hear You...
CharmieJay

I completely agree with you. I walked out proud of that movie thinking I would love to sit and watch that movie with my little cousins so they could learn that you don’t fall in love with strangers and that you can be self-empowered and not completely dependent on others.

Gay Subtext in Frozen and Other Disney Films: Whose Agenda is It, Anyway?