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Just got back from seeing the movie Book Thief and oh wow it was amazing.
The setting was beautiful and had the heart of the book it was made after. The acting was superb and the way Brian Percival chose what parts of the book to cut out and statically place back in the movie brought me great joy. The movie could be seen as slow if you get restless at parts of talking but the style in which they keep bringing you back is magical. I adored this movie and most certainly recommend it to others.
I'm really just a 13 year old girl with an obsession to draw. I started drawing on the computer about a year ago so and I'm still learning sai since I just got that program. I draw mostly in my sketchbook but I may or may not post those depending on how much I like them.
I will usually take requests since I never really have anything in mind to draw so you may ask anytime.
Favorite moviesWizard of Oz, Coraline, Corpse Bride , ect.Favorite TV showsOnce Upon a Time, Soul Eater, Attack on TitanFavorite bands / musical artistsShe and Him, Mumford and sons, Regina Spektor, Panic at the disco!Favorite booksDarker Still, Percy Jackson, Book Thief. Favorite writersMarkus Zusak, Erin Hunter, Leanna Renne HieberOther InterestsReading, Video games, writing