《左耳》观后感

这是我在这个页面上第一篇用中文书写的blog, 恩不管啦,我要装逼做影评人。

这样说吧,我没有看过《左耳》这部小说,看电影的原因也是暑假想找点电影看看,然后么就正好想起来:诶,以前有部电影叫《左耳》。。听上去是有点呵呵哒吧,但是总的来说电影还是萌萌哒。

我一开始是以外部人员笑看玛丽苏来观影的,恩,开头尤其玛丽苏啊。女生喜欢帅哥,想追他。。。。(此处省略扑朔迷离的N条剧情)。。。结果咧,竟然没有我想象中的那么白莲花玛丽苏。

这是一部讲长大的剧,尤其适合我这种(等到大学才开始恋爱的)大学生看。 恩,我看着女主成长的同时自己也成长了 。。。

总体评分:5/10

第一次写影评好糟糕呀23333333333333 不管啦,熟能生巧嘿嘿嘿

*吐槽一句:男主真心丑,他不符合我的审美观,(杨洋原谅我不好意思,你人品最好了)

 

*感谢男朋友给了我一个这样的网络平台让我想聊就聊,虽然我知道没有什么人会理我23333333

 

[Book Review] Blackbirds

I can only describe Chuck Wendig’s Blackbirds with the following words: 

  1. freaky
  2. scary
  3. loving
  4. exciting
  5. suspenseful

I know these terms pose rather sharp juxtapositions with one another, but … This only points to one truth: this book is worth a read.

Is there a horror film made off the book yet ?????

[Book Review] “The Ferryman” (I know I’m supposed to italicize it, but I don’t know how)

“I exist because you need me”

The Ferryman by Claire McFall is the first book, in a long while, that gave me a rush of blood to the heart. I finished reading this in the shortest period of time, and damn, every single page I had gone through made it worth it.

I read the Chinese translation because English is just too basic.

Lessons that can be learnt from this book include, but are not limited to:

  1. I create my own reality. 
  2. Love resolves all. 
  3. One has to give out love in order to attract love. 

Because of the background of my family and many more “awkward” circumstances “love” was once, deemed by me, a word so cliche and overused before I finished The Ferryman. 

i now know that “love” is neither my sweet words nor my cute face, it is my actions. Love must not be said but done. I now know how to better love myself, my family, my boyfriend (Sorry, Tyler, saying or even typing ‘ily’ is still hard, but I will say it when the timing is right   I’ve promised to show you love via my actions~

Let me re-iterate for the 1000000th time,  I thank YOU for this website, support and kindness! You rock. It’s amazing to find you, acquant you, know you, befriend you and boyfriend you.

You exist (in my world) because I need you, and I exist (in your world) because you need me.

Thanks for being my superhero  ⁄(⁄ ⁄•⁄ω⁄•⁄ ⁄)⁄

Thanks for being there.

I thank you for uplifting not only my mind but my soul.

May God bless us ~ ❤

O(∩_∩)O~~

Disclaimer: Albeit being a sophomore student at the University of Michigan, I still dislike reading English literature, especially the super thick books, so i read the Mandarin translation of this book.

 

I don’t like water parks, water slides, water, H2O, Bye

“You should try the water slide in the park.”
“No. I don’t like water. I don’t know swimming.”
“But barely any swimming is involved..Since you won free tickets to Slide the City, you should know it’s an event on water, correct?”
“……Well……I thought by “Slide the City,” the name implies sliding via skateboarding … I didn’t bother to look up the event anyway… I merely won 2 tickets from @ThatsShanghai by luck, you can play, and I’ll just chill.”
“Try the water slide with me!!”
“Bye.”

Food and Reunion and More Food

“Wait I forgot you are that extremely famous, thin girl who is the food champion of our grade ….”
“I thought you guys already know about my unlimited appetite…”
“How did you not gain the calories, or even mass, of the food you have eaten ……..”

‪#‎reunion‬ ‪#‎sorrynotsorry‬

Accidents…

* My feet got ran over by a motorcyclist at a 5-way cross-walk around this area. As a result, I fell. I checked over myself to ensure I’m not, in any way, bleeding; after that I let go of the cyclist.
* I was stopped by some more pedestrians as I walked on.
“Why did you let him go?”
“Yeah, he ran over you(r foot); we all saw it.”
“Didn’t I go over the time and end up jaywalking though? Plus he didn’t pose any serious injury to me…”
“But you fell down! We were just about to call the police.”
“Yeah, you could’ve asked for compensation fee, possibly a large amount since he’s an expat (there is heavy discrimination posed by the local Shanghainese people toward expats.)
“He was the one who attempted to rush ahead of the traffic light. You still had 3 seconds left to cross. You were NOT jaywalking. ”
“Guys, I could tell from his accent that he’s non-local. He looks about 55, and since he’s still working as a delivery man at this age, I know he lives a hard life already…There’s no way for me to take such “despicable” money in the first place and plus, he probably really needs the money to support his family.”
“You’re too nice, but you know that most people here don’t follow traffic laws, right ?”
“(•̀へ•́╮)…now I know…”
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To people of Shanghai or people of China or people of the WORLD in general: PLEASE follow traffic rules even when neither your local government nor the nation cares. Today I got lucky. If that motorbike had gone any faster, I would’ve lost my leg. Let’s make the streets safer. I don’t want anymore bruises on myself or on my phone screen.

Know God, know life; no God, no life.

“Well, I don’t consider myself a good Christian since I’m still doubtful.”

“May I ask you why you’re here then?”

“My mom is the reason. She is the only one in my household who believes in God while the rest of my family is against the idea of Christianity. All my other relatives considered Christianity a kind of cult because it is western. My dad had even threatened to divorce my mother and almost did that. Regardless, my mother still took me to church with her and had me baptized at a very young age. At the time of my baptism, I didn’t believe in God. It wasn’t until my mother had gotten sick had I ‘kinda’ felt God’s presence. She caught a rare illness and even the doctors have told my dad that her chances of living is very slim. Just as everyone is about to give up, I made the decision to inform the church my mother was attending at the moment. I was thinking: at least she would be pleased if her fellow believers have blessed her to heaven. The priest and his disciples followed my wish to come see her for the last time and prayed sincerely around her bed. Then magic happened. She got off her bed the next morning and insisted that she was fine. The medical staff did a checkup on her and proved her well-being.”

“Wow, God really did work his magic on your mom. This may be abrupt, but can I ask you why you’re still skeptical?”

“The lord did work his power on you and my mother, but … I don’t think I have experienced such drastic changes like the both of you … I still don’t consider myself fully and truly godly at this moment. I want to get more information with regards to God, and that’s why I’m attending this church after my job moved me to Shanghai. Hopefully after I become more informed I’ll get baptized again, with God in my heart and fully offer my soul and body to heaven.”
“Just know that even if you don’t solider yourself faithful to the lord, Christ is with you already, and that’s why you’re here at this Church. At least that’s what I am thinking”
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Thank you, my lovely friend, for buying me a copy of the bible in Chinese. It’s the most understandable version I have yet to see.”