- member since September 26, 2010
Tosha B’s last login was Thursday, December 2, 2010.
Foundation it is! Thanks for the helpful tip. And thanks for not giving too much away about it - keeps me intrigued.
Your insight on the groups has been of aid too. (You express your observations with clarity and some wit - I like that). Truth is, I'm just trying to broaden my scope here, have healthy discussions/discourse, make new friends and be of assistance to others when I can. Seems I don't necessarily have to throw my lot in with a group to achieve those aims. With people like you on my friends list, I think I'll get on just fine.
V for Vendetta as a visual feast was very enjoyable. Greys and muted colours aptly capturing dystopian theme...action sequences: breathtaking without being overblown... Though some of the political rhetoric didn't sit well with me, within the context, it was not without merit. So Tosha, the answer to your question is "yes, I liked V for Vendetta." I guess I could have just said that from the top...but there you go :)
Have you seen the film? If so, do you think it's an okay facsimile of the novel? And Tosha, I also meant to ask if you could shed some light on what you mean by "roleplaying" (in your personal statement).
Bye for now.
Yes Tosha! And it's my pleasure.
No doubt. Tarantino's avant-garde tag befits him.
From your shelf, it's striking the number of books I've seen the movie of (but not yet read the book...e.g. Stephen King's It, V for Vendetta, I am Legend...) We could have interesting conversations on those I bet!
I'm on the look-out for some Asimov to read and add to my shelf now (because of you). Thanks. And check out Ray Bradbury's Illustrated man (if you haven't already) You may enjoy it.
Also Tosha, from your experience, what group(s) on Shelfari would you advise I join?
Catch you later!