Contributing writer for The Artifice.
How To Train Your Dragon 3: Together or not?
According to the "Dragons" films’ director, Dean DeBlois, Hiccup and Toothless begin to conflict as both have become the respective leaders of their people and have begun to clash with each other as they try to do what is best for their own kind. Because of their new role as leaders one of the difficult decisions they end up making will be separating the Dragons from the Vikings. Considering that the franchise uses the strength of their relationship as a crucial element to uniting the two clans and that Hiccup is most recognized for being a friend to all dragons, do you believe that this separation will only be a temporary fix? Do you believe that this decision will end up being for the best? How will this separation affect the entire franchise?
Remember that DeBlois has no intention of making another sequel, so the ending of the third film will be the definite ending for the franchise.
What do you think will happen to the entertainement industry in the US?
Anyone who has been following the US elections knows about Donald Trump’s moral values, though many would argue that his morals are more than questionable. With such a person taking charge, how will Trump’s radical ideals effect the entertainment industry which uses its productions to highlight ethical values.
Romance or Friendship: Relationship Entertainment
Every time I watch a TV series, there are always comments from people saying that two characters should become a couple, even though they are portrayed as just friends. I personally don’t have a problem with romance, but it seems like that’s all everyone talks about when it comes to television. There are even characters that are searching for romance.
In real life, love is not something you feel just because you want to, and while it is fun to ship people once in a while, I find that there are very few who understand the idea of friendship.
What is it about romance that makes such good entertainment? Why can’t two people just be friends and be happy with that?
Endride: Love or Brotherhood?
Endride, a new anime, was released on April 2nd 2016. I’ve read a lot of comments that the show is supposed to be a yaoi anime, but frankly I don’t understand where they’re coming from with that idea. When it comes to romances, animes are usually super obvious, especially with the protagonists and at best it feels more a borderline romance, and I doubt there is any romance in this series. Why do you think people believe that the two of the main characters are going to hook up?
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