Live Tweets and Hot Takes
Throughout the course of BCM325 Future Cultures class, we have collectively been responding to film and television medias via the modern commentary method of live tweeting. This process, although daunting when forcibly applied in the case of being an assessable task in which we would be graded, provided a great opportunity to demonstrate quick thinking and social interaction with retweets and on-the-fly discussions during each screening. Below is a subjective review of my best tweets and conversations over the course of this semester.
“Ghost in the Shell” (1995) was a grim representation of what may come for both human and cyborg existence in the future. A stark difference from entertainment such as “The Jetsons” (1962) which painted a more positive outlook on technological advancements, director Mamoru Oshii took us on a wild journey through a near future dystopia.
View original post 722 more words