Be it a book, movie, TV show, game, or whatever!

  • Marxism-FennekinismOP
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    Here are mine in no particular order:

    • Pokemon and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon

    • Ori and the Blind Forest

    • Warrior Cats

    • Over the Garden Wall

    • The Netflix Voltron series (the earlier seasons)

    • Disenchantment

    • Fox and the Hound (both the book and the Disney movie)

    • Final Space (Netflix series)

    • Persona

    Many of these gave me goosebumps (or tears) the first time I saw them, which IMO is a pretty good benchmark for a good story.

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  • @gun
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    It took me a long time to get into Lord of the Rings, because the first book was kind of slow. I stopped in the middle of it and didn’t come back to the series for years. But when I did, I found the next two books much more enjoyable.
    I read more fantasy books as a kid/teenager. My favorites were Harry Potter, Narnia, Percy Jackson, and the Eragon books.
    I’ve also played Dungeons and Dragons a few times. It’s super fun, but feels like a big time commitment if you take it seriously.

  • aedalla
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    52 years ago

    Right now I’m really getting back into Stargate SG1 since I got Sugarbaby hooked on it. Probably gonna watch Atlantis with them after that.

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      I enjoy Stargate SG-1 but looking back on it as an adult it does get somewhat American-exceptionalist especially in the Earth episodes where they deal with other nations.

      SG-1 season 6

      There’s literally an episode where foreign ambassadors are recommending full public disclosure, and then Thor just shows up and tells everyone to let the Americans handle everything

  • Tmpod
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    Adding ontop of what has been said already, the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series is really great. I love the complex political world in the fantasy setting. The show (which only had 6 seasons) was great but the books are much better (still reading them).

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  • @iDesmi
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    Sci-Fi:

    Solaris by Stanislaw Lem or The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Philip K. Dick


    Fantasy:

    The Lord of the Rings by John R.R. Tolkien or The Chronicles of Narnia by Clive S. Lewis.

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    SG Atlantis is one of my fav so started with SG universe but not getting the same satisfaction.

    Series:

    • The Expanse

    I’m a horror fan, lately I came across “Evil” which is a lot fun to watch

    Movies

    • Fifth Element
    • Predestination
  • Ravn
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    I’d like to write my motivations but I’d just obsess over it for hours, so I’m only listing the items.

    Show:

    • Black Sails
    • The Expanse
    • All 4 (or was it 5?) seasons of Game of Thrones

    Books:

    • The Expanse
    • Blindsight
    • Remembrance of Earth’s Past (aka Three Body Problem)
    • Children of Ruin

    Films:

    • Lord of the Rings

    There are others I enjoy despite (or regardless of) their quality, for reasons such as nostalgia, certain characters or unique atmosphere. They’re too subjective to be of much interest to anyone else though, probably.

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