Whether it’s in film or video games, perspective is key to the audience’s experience – and “Pulp Fiction” and “The Last of Us” both nail it.
I was three years old when I first met the Boy Who Lived. Now as I reread the books for the sixth or seventh time as an adult, I’m still in awe of the magical world J.K. Rowling created for so many to enjoy.
I’ve been watching “Survivor” since its very first season, and I’ve always talked about applying, but I’ve never actually done anything about it. I’ve always found some kind of excuse, whether it was classes, football practice, workouts, whatever. For the first time in my life, I’ve actually got the chance to go all in. No more excuses to hold me back.