I’ve been wating for this final season and I was so excited to finally see the words “new episodes” show up on my netflix page! At the moment, I only have 2 episode left of this final season, and I’m excited to see how it all wraps up!
At the moment I’ve only watched one episode of this, so I don’t have much to say. I can say that I’m intrigued to watch the rest of it!
Move To Heaven follows the story of a father and son trauma cleaning company. They receive requests to clean out the belongings of people who have passed. Through doing that, they can learn about the lives of the decease and help them on their “final move”. With the unexpected passing of his father, Geu-ru has to take over the job with his estranged uncle Sang gu, who becomes his guardian.
This drama was a lot to take in. Every episode was very emotional and I found myself only able to watch one or two episodes before I needed a break. I found myself feeling everything for the characters.
I found my heart breaking and feeling so bad for characters that we only meet for one episode. When you’re watching their story unfold, you can’t help feel for them and what they missed out on. You truly feel for all the characters in this drama.
Geu ru is such an inspiring character. You can’t help but love his kind hearted, innocent self. He truly brings out the best in the people he meets. Sang gu is such a fascinating character. He comes off as very blunt, with this I-don’t-care attitude. Especially with Geu ru. Since he had a bad relationship with his brother, he doesn’t seem to care much for his nephew. At least that’s what he says, but his actions are completely different. Even though he speaks harsh to Geu ru, he is always helping him out with what he needs.
I truly believe with each episode, and each story, you will be affected in some way. And while every episode was amazing, some personal favorite episodes of mine include episodes: 5,7,8,9, and 10!
I’m only 2 episodes in so far, but I’m quite enjoying this one. It’s a pretty short one with only 6 episdes.
The Vampire Diaries (Netflix)- Rewatch
This is a rewatch for me. I was just in the mood for some Vampire Diaries and you can never go wrong with a Vampire Diaries rewatch!
I need to catch up with this show! I never finished the second season, so I started back from the beginning and am planning to finish it. Currently on episode 8 and I forgot how much I enjoyed this show!
Currently 6 episodes in and this show is emotional! I’m really enjoying it, but I’m also taking my time watching. I find myself not being able to binge this show, instead watching only 1 or 2 episodes at a time. With only 10 episodes, this will probably be the show I will focus on finishing first!
I’m hear to talk about the drama Sisyphus: The Myth. (***This post may contain SPOILERS***)
First thing, I absolutely loved this drama. From the characters, relationships, story, I really loved it all.
Sisyphus: The Myth is about a war that breaks out leaving it completely destroyed. We follow our main character Seo Hae as she travels from 2035 back to 2020 to prevent the war. We follow the timeline of both the post war as well as present time.
The characters and the relationships were really great in my opinion. I found myself loving not only the main characters but most of the side characters as well, both good and bad. I loved how the villains were portrayed in this story, especially Sigma.
Seo Hae, played by Park Shin Hye, really surprised me with this character. And I think she portrayed her so well. She was such a badass character, and I absolutely loved seeing it! I loved seeing her time in both the present and the future and it was SO NICE to see a woman as the protector this time! The relationships that she built with people was fun to watch, but the relationship between her and her father was absolutely amazing. I loved seeing how that father-daughter relationship was portrayed in both the past, present, and future.
Tae Sul, played by Cho Seung Woo, was such a fun character to see played out on screen. I think Cho Seung Woo was a great choice for this character. He plays a brilliant CEO engineer who also happens to be struggling with the loss of his brother. He hallucinates his brother quite often, so we see him taking pills to stop it.
Kim Byung Chul who plays Sigma was absolutely amazing. I thought he was such a great villain, and every time he appeared I was wondering what he was going to do next. What he had planned. And the dynamic between him and Tae Sul was absolutely entertaining to watch. And adding Seo Hae in the mix made it better.
The crew of Asia Mart was also a lot of fun to watch. They become important parts to the story and with our main characters.
I was a big fan of the relationship between Tae Sul and Seo Hae. Personally I loved seeing them together and this relationship develop. And I absolutely loved seeing Seo Hae as the protector in this story.
This entire drama is very action filled, but we also get quite a bit of emotional moments between a lot of the characters. I was rooting for our leads to save the world and stop the war. I wanted to see it happen even though about halfway through I finally realized what the title meant.
I think why I loved this drama so much is because I didn’t take it that seriously. This deals with time travel, and obviously time travel is a very difficult plot to do well. So with movies and/or shows that do it I don’t take them all that seriously and am pretty lenient with how it’s portrayed. You have to be open to it, so because I was more open to what they were doing with this plot, I think I was able to enjoy it so much more.
I won’t talk about the ending here because I have an entire post dedicated to my thoughts on the ending of this drama. People have a lot of theories, and I share mine. If you would like to read that I’ll link it here—> Sisyphus: The Myth ENDING
Overall I really loved this drama. I know it has a lot of mix thoughts, and I would love to hear yours.
So I just really needed to talk about my thoughts on the ending of this show. I have a lot of things going on in my mind and I just wanted to share them.
Is Seo Hae real or is Tae Sul hallucinating her?
I just don’t know…she could be real or not.
I think he remembers her because he did put the code in for the uploader, and I believe the uploader was still made, but not October 31st like it was always made before. It was delayed, which changed the past since the bombs didn’t go off that day. So I think everything that happened in this time became the new past and that’s why Tae Sul remembers Seo Hae.
Now was she there? I just don’t know. She could be a hallucination. Instead of him seeing his brother, he sees her. Or she could actually be there. There could be a new problem and she found another journal and found him again.
Also with Tae Sul killing himself at the end…to me it made sense. He said he knew this was going to happen but kept putting it off because he wanted to be with Seo Hae for as long as possible. To me that makes sense. Obviously he would do everything in his power to change it this time, so putting off killing himself for the last moment makes sense.
He also told Seo Hae to find him no matter what it takes. No matter when, to find him. So he knew he would see her again.
As for Sigma, I feel like Won Ju(Sigma) will still be evil, but he has changed in this new time. He became the way he was because no one cared for him and no one showed him kindness. However, in the final episode, because of Seo Hae father(who showed him kindness and that he does care) he did change. Now he still hates Tae Sul, as we saw from the ending, but I do think he has changed(probably not much though). I also think Eddie Kim will become the “new Sigma“.
Obviously this is all up to interpretation. Normally I’m not a fan of open endings, but with this particular drama I’ve seen a lot of different theories online and I’ve had the best time reading them. They’re many different possibilities and I really enjoyed seeing what people came up with! I just wanted to share my thoughts because I keep thinking about it and just needed to talk about it.
As I said earlier, these are just my thoughts on the ending of Sisyphus: The Myth. I think I may do a whole review of the drama as well!
I’m taking a short, but necessary break from reading. I kind of burnt myself out in February. So I decided to watch a couple of shows.
I don’t watch many C-Dramas, but I’ve heard such good things about this particular drama so I decided to FINALLY check it out. When I’m writing this(I’m not sure if I will post this today or days from now), I’m currently about 30 episodes into this drama and I’m loving it so much! I can’t believe it it has taken me this long to watch this! This drama is my priority for the upcoming days!
The Walking Dead
This is one of my favorite shows and it came back last week so I have to watch the most recent episode. I’m excited to see the characters again, and see what happens.
Superman & Lois
This is one that I haven’t started yet, but it premiered at the end of February and I’m excited to start watching this show. I don’t watch many superhero shows anymore. I use to watch them all, but kind of fell off of it. But I’m excited to check out this show!
Damon and Stefan have always been my favorite non-romantic relationship on the show! And I always loved seeing moments together like this! This scene was so emotional and heartbreaking, especially when they were trying to explain to one another why it needed to be them to sacrifice themselves.
Bonnie and Bennett Witches Save Mystic Falls
Bonnie freakin Bennett has always been one of the best and the most SELFLESS characters on the show. She was always willing to sacrifice herself and her happiness time and time again for the ones she loves. To see her be the one to save Mystic Falls doesn’t surprise me one bit. However the scene with her, Grams, and generations of Bennett witches was just badass, and I absolutely loved it! However I’m still pissed about them not bringing Enzo back, so they can both have there happy ending! Bonnie and Enzo are two characters who deserved that!
Stefan and Elena/Stefan and Lexi
This scene! We NEEDED this! Stefan and Elena was where it all started and to see them FINALLY have a moment like this. We really needed it. Even though these two are not in love with each other anymore, they will always love one another. This scene was sweet, emotional, and just absolutely necessary. Plus the song Never Say Never played as they ended the goodbye! PERFECTION! And then we can’t forgot when he does leave, he walks out to see Lexi, finding peace with her! That scene was EPIC!
Damon and Elena
What we’ve been waiting for: the Delena reunion! It wasn’t this big, over the top reunion. They simply see each other, run into each other arms, kiss and hug. I know a lot of people were disappointed with this, but to be honest, I really quite enjoyed it. If you think about it, it was very bittersweet. I mean yes, they have each other back, but Damon just lost his brother and was saying goodbye to him, plus he’s now human. I mean come on, he has to be feeling so many different emotions at that moment. And Elena just woke up, and she lost someone really important to her. With all that going on, I think the reunion was done well and fit with the tone of the story in that moment. Of course I know quite a few people might disagree(that’s okay!).
The ending, at least in my opinionn, was perfect. I loved how we got to see what everyone was doing, or going to do in the future. How they had loved ones that died looking out for them, and eventually finding peace with them! Elena and Damon living a long and happy life, and when they do pass on: Elena finds peace with her parents, Aunt Jenna, and John, while Damon finds peace with Stefan, finally getting to see him again. I absolutely freakin loved that the final scene was of Stefan and Damon, and the final line was:
So I finally binged watched How to Get Away With Murder this month, and I need to talk about it! I want to mention that it took me FOREVER to finally give this show a chance, and I have a reason for that. Shonda Rhimes. When I heard that this was another one of her shows I was a bit hesitant. I watched Grey’s Anatomy and for the first 6 seasons or so I was really enjoying it. Then afterward it kind of felt redundant and nothing was keeping me interested anymore. I then tried Scandal, and I just couldn’t get into that show at all. Then came HTGAWM, another show by her and I wasn’t sure if I wanted to watch it or not. So it took me some time, and convincing from my friends and some family members, but I finally watched it and…
I LOVE THIS SHOW! Right from the beginning this show draws you in and hooks you. It keeps you invested throughout the entire season! I’m glad I waited to watch it because I was able to binge watch the whole first season on Netflix and it made for a better viewing experience in my opinion. As I’m writing this I’m all caught up with Season 2 of HTGAWM, so I thought I would share some of the reasons why I love this show!
The Characters! This show has a wide range of characters within it, varying from different races, to sexual orientations! It’s so great to see a show that has such a vast group of characters. From a white guy, a black man and woman, a latina woman, and a gay man, all being taught by a POWERFUL, black, bi-sexual woman, and it’s absolutely amazing to watch!
The Scenes! This show has some TV changing moments. I love that the relationship between Connor and Oliver is portrayed the same way a straight relationship is on TV. Now, yes they’re more same sex relationships on TV nowadays, but HTGAWM is not afraid to show it all. Right in the pilot episode there’s a steamy hookup between them and we see a lot throughout the season! Probably the most groundbreaking scene was when Annalise, played by Viola Davis, took off her wig and all her makeup at the end of the episode showing her natural hair and skin. That is something that I’ve never seen done on tv before and it was amazing to watch!
Flashbacks/Flashforwards! This show is known for it, and I absolutely love it! It makes it a lot of fun to see what’s going to happen and to try to guess who did what and the reasons why. What I love the most is that we don’t have to wait the entire season to find out who and why. It’s usually revealed about halfway through and the rest of the season deals with the aftermath of it. I definitely think it’s one of the things that keeps people invested.
Overall, this show is addicting. Once you start, you won’t be able to stop. If you haven’t watched this show yet, I recommend starting it when you have a few days free!