Mr. Fox Built A Time Machine!

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I need to talk. Maybe with the stars, maybe with the sky, or perhaps with the computers around me. Clouds fly like candies and people scream, yet I yearn to converse. My dialogue takes many forms, some hidden, some not so much. Only those with curious hearts perceive them. Birds soar on wings, embodying freedom. As for me, my identity remains a mystery, but the need to express myself persists.

Here are a few thoughts I'd like to share with you:

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004):

I caught this film yesterday, and it truly resonated with me. I think I shed a tear, maybe just a little. It's quintessentially Wes Anderson - humorous yet tinged with a melancholic undertone. A heartwarming narrative, especially poignant was the quote, "Because I hate fathers, and I never wanted to be one." Did I become Steve Zissou? Or did I become Ned... Does it really matter?  This movie, another Wes Anderson classic, is a must-watch.

Songs From Friday Afternoons, Op. 7: "Cuckoo!"

Recently, I stumbled upon this enchanting song. It is... I don't know... When I was younger, I wanted to be special. Then I realized everybody is special in their hearts. This journey of mine was paved with mistakes, but each one, like footsteps on a muddy path, was invaluable. Learn from them, embrace the occasional puddle, and enjoy the journey. And don't forget to listen to this song:

"Cuckoo, cuckoo, what do you do?
In April I open my bill;
In May I sing night and day;
In June I change my tune;
In July far far I fly;
In August away I must."

Bedtime Stories:

An Adam Sandler classic, in my book! Sure, it might not be a high-flyer on IMDB, but this movie has always held a special place in my heart. There's a certain warmth that envelops you while watching it – like being wrapped in a cozy blanket on a cold day. It's one of those films that doesn't just entertain; it makes you feel at home. The charm lies not just in the humor, but in the genuine, heartfelt moments that Sandler brings to life on screen. It's a reminder of the simple joys in life, making it a must-watch for those moments when you need a little pick-me-up.

John Wick 4:

As a fan of the John Wick series, I highly recommend catching the latest installment. While some scenes felt overly prolonged, the film overall adds nicely to the series. I enjoyed it, although it didn't quite resonate with me as the previous ones did. It's a solid watch, especially for its action sequences and the climax (you'll see what I mean).

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3:

Simply put, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" was phenomenal. It might just be my favorite Marvel movie yet, surpassing even the Iron Man films, which I adore. I'm a huge Tony Stark fan. I played the "Guardians of the Galaxy" game before watching this movie, and both were spectacular. . But what I really connect was the story of the Rocket... In a way, I was the Rocket... Sadly…

The website is a work in progress, but it's shaping up nicely. It's my portal to the world, a place where all fragmented parts of me come together. Thirty years in the making, and it's all led to this. Enjoy your time here.