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Taken 3 - I really got tired of this franchise after the second movie. Nothing against Liam Neeson (great actor, dramatic and action), but just need to see him different roles.

American Sniper - Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper really did a good job with staying true to the book and also portraying the events in the movie.

Project Almanac - Literally wasted my money on this, and the whole movie was predictable to me. :/ Oh well, so much for ruining the surprise for myself.

Kingsman: The Secret Service - Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson were the highlights of this action thriller, along with some humorous moments and a great performance from newcomer Taron Egerton.

Furious 7 - Old school car chase movie with non stop action and a touching tribute and farewell to Paul Walker.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 - Neal McDonaugh was the only reason I watched this movie (great actor, great villain), but I wish I had my money back to see Unfriended instead.

Avengers: Age of Ultron - I really don't have so much to say, other than a decent performance from James Spader as Ultron and the moments that will make fanboys and fangirls explode with excitement over the cast. :)

Mad Max: Fury Road - One of the BEST movies I enjoyed this summer. I love the Mad Max franchise (never watched Beyond Thunderdome), and although I miss Mel Gibson as Max, Tom Hardy does phenomenal with this role, and I enjoyed the more action, little story added to this film.

Good Kill - Interesting premise, but felt it was the same as American Sniper. Ethan Hawke still does great as usual with acting. :)

San Andreas - Dwayne Johnson wasn't half bad, but should do movies where he can improve on his emotional range. But, this movie is still better than 2012. ;)

Jurassic World - Literally watched this in theaters twice, still had mixed thoughts after the second viewing.

Jupiter Ascending - Watched this on a plane back home, one of the worst movies I've seen - too much CGI, boring story, and Channing just, ugh.

Run All Night - Liam Neeson, Joel Kinnaman (doing really well in movies now), and Ed Harris do really well in this crime/drama thriller. :)

Get Hard - Literally died from laughter; Kevin Hart and Will Farrell have excellent chemistry in this movie I felt the need to watch it a second time.

Terminator: Genisys - Oh my God...well, I don't have much to say for this movie - I kind of prefer the old movies now, but with a twist that left me scratching my head as I left the movie theater.

This is all I have for now, but if I watch anything else in theaters, I'd be more than happy to give a longer review for each!
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Got a question for my watchers...what should I work on?

1. Body Swap Story
2. Horror
3. A Rebooted Story for one of my OC's
4. A Short Story 
5. Other (Comment.)
Hey guys, it's been a little long since I posted something through art, literature, and/or journals.

And I really don't come on here often anymore. Well, I'll get to that point in just a second.

I will be offline next month as I'm going overseas again (Brazil) and I'm not really feeling the need to come back on here everyday to check on what's happening. Not being pretentious when I make this statement, but I really don't have too much interest in looking at art or I just don't really know what to say when I look at a picture and just decide to favorite as it catches my attention. 

So, here goes my explanation on what's been going on with me.

1. School - I really cannot stress how much I dislike school, but it's just one of those places I really don't want to be in right now. Nothing bad happened, it's just that I'm beginning to create a lack of interest in studying and what not. 

2. Artist/Writer's Block - Nothing really comes to mind, but I'm still looking at certain movies, listening to music, and getting into the habit of reading fanfiction to get ideas for what to write. I also have a program used to write scripts (Celtx, free if you get it on your desktop, otherwise get a trial version.) and I already have several stories in mind that I really want to write out, whether it involves writing it in a feature film script style, novel style, or just normal fanfiction style.

3. Lack of interest in certain fandoms - This is one of the most strongest problems I have when it comes to writing fanfiction. There are plenty of fans who adore shows like Doctor Who, The Big Bang Theory, etc., but there are fans who will not let their eyes draw away from movies like The Avengers, Star Trek, and so forth. Now, I have nothing against people who really have an obsession with certain fandoms, but after looking at a TV show, movie, or even stories, I have either little to no interest or it's that my love for what I watch and read just fades away quickly.

4. Trying not to be a copycat - When it comes to ideas with what you want to write out on a piece of paper or type out anything in a Word Document, you just have this compulsion to look at another individual's work and become very fascinated with what you read, watch, or listen to, you get this idea where you're like "Man, this story kicks ass! Might as well do the same as what he's doing!" or "Hmm...what if I 'took' some of the same plot elements of that story and made it my own?" That pretty much symbolizes an artist's dishonesty.

So, with all this out of the way, I really have to get this out of my chest-

I'm thinking about leaving DeviantART near the end of this year. 

I've really lost so much inspiration that I am just focusing on my future and I really lost interest on coming to this site and posting anything that I write or draw about. Now, you might say things like "Well, you can always write about whatever story you want and bring it here", "Don't go! You're gonna miss your friends here!", "Don't you care about your views?", or even "You don't have to go on other sites to post fanfiction, you can do it here!"

Well, there are some stories that I am working on but I really don't put much thought into it and I'm getting back to learning how to to write stories perfectly while learning a few tips and tricks in the process. But, granted - you really have to be willing to accept criticism and accept that you will always fuck up no matter what.

Yeah, I'll miss my friends, but if you want, I'm on Skype sometimes and I can chat pretty much whenever possible.

As for views, I really don't care anymore. Popularity isn't really a goal that I want to accomplish, but if it comes, it comes.

True, true, but I see other sites that have more fanfiction stories than on here, but that's just my opinion.

It really is going to be sad to leave DA, but sometimes I'll look back on here and think, "Damn, really good times." Not being very dramatic, but I just wanted to get this out if you all were wondering why I rarely come on here.

I might make a final deviation based on one of my stories, but I won't tell you which one just yet. ;)

That's all I have to say, so...

Stay tuned for more, and Happy Summer!

- John
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  • Watching: San Andreas
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What has happened with our old school messengers? by JohnTheRebelLeader
What has happened with our old school messengers?
Just went through my desktop to see that I still have AIM and that AOL is still active (at least, for now...) but no sign of MSN. 

I might do a little discussion about why I created this short little picture, but in the meantime, this pretty much shows a MSN user (that looks like a fat gummy figure, of course) lamenting on MSN's end and Skype's success.

I am in NO WAY against Skype, but I just feel I have my own likes and dislikes towards certain communication programs that are used on our computers, phones, and whatever.

MSN Messnger - Microsoft? (In case I'm incorrect, I do NOT own MSN.)
Made in: MS Paint.
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This german girl is a homophobic and tranphobic

Want to know what she does? Read this to know more for your safety of your family and sexuality.

"If you don’t remember Sophie M Herold, she is a German girl, who is extremely homophobic and transphobic. She has found out LGBTQ persons names, addresses, personal info etc. And set up her own database.

Her intentions with this are harmful.


She is sending out this information, your information, your best friends information, someone you love and care about. She’s sending it to hate groups, malicious people, people with bad intentions.

And if you think I’m blowing this out of proportion, people have been kicked out of homes, disowned by families and even MURDERED. Yes, murdered. Innocent people who have done nothing but love.

She has had numerous blogs and each have been removed. Tumblr staff are aware of her, and as far as I’m aware she currently doesn’t have a blog, but this does not mean she isn’t still on peoples tumblrs, asking via anon where you live, what your name is.
An email I received today. She’s sending out information of same sex couples with children so the children can be kidnapped. She entitled it “Time to strike back”. If that doesn’t suggest harmful intentions I don’t know what does.

Please be extremely careful what you post on tumblr, on twitter, facebook, anywhere. Do NOT give out your full name or your address, or even the town in which you live. Look out for one another, and don’t answer any suspicious anons. Especially if they use your name in quotation marks.


Sophie M Herold is still out there, she always will be, so please spread this message and warn people. She’s attacking in silence. We don’t need more people dying because of her actions. ======== This disgusting excuse of a human being of needs to stop, but the only way it can be stopped is if you spread this! Please, be aware of any suspicious people or anons asking for personal information. It can get you or your loved ones in SERIOUS DANGER. Thank you."

Copy and Paste and post on journal.

Thank you for your safety.
  • Mood: Neutral
  • Listening to: Music.
  • Reading: Online.
  • Watching: Unfriended
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  • Eating: Food.
  • Drinking: A Cup of coffee, 'cause the boss says so!

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Taken 3 - I really got tired of this franchise after the second movie. Nothing against Liam Neeson (great actor, dramatic and action), but just need to see him different roles.

American Sniper - Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper really did a good job with staying true to the book and also portraying the events in the movie.

Project Almanac - Literally wasted my money on this, and the whole movie was predictable to me. :/ Oh well, so much for ruining the surprise for myself.

Kingsman: The Secret Service - Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson were the highlights of this action thriller, along with some humorous moments and a great performance from newcomer Taron Egerton.

Furious 7 - Old school car chase movie with non stop action and a touching tribute and farewell to Paul Walker.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 - Neal McDonaugh was the only reason I watched this movie (great actor, great villain), but I wish I had my money back to see Unfriended instead.

Avengers: Age of Ultron - I really don't have so much to say, other than a decent performance from James Spader as Ultron and the moments that will make fanboys and fangirls explode with excitement over the cast. :)

Mad Max: Fury Road - One of the BEST movies I enjoyed this summer. I love the Mad Max franchise (never watched Beyond Thunderdome), and although I miss Mel Gibson as Max, Tom Hardy does phenomenal with this role, and I enjoyed the more action, little story added to this film.

Good Kill - Interesting premise, but felt it was the same as American Sniper. Ethan Hawke still does great as usual with acting. :)

San Andreas - Dwayne Johnson wasn't half bad, but should do movies where he can improve on his emotional range. But, this movie is still better than 2012. ;)

Jurassic World - Literally watched this in theaters twice, still had mixed thoughts after the second viewing.

Jupiter Ascending - Watched this on a plane back home, one of the worst movies I've seen - too much CGI, boring story, and Channing just, ugh.

Run All Night - Liam Neeson, Joel Kinnaman (doing really well in movies now), and Ed Harris do really well in this crime/drama thriller. :)

Get Hard - Literally died from laughter; Kevin Hart and Will Farrell have excellent chemistry in this movie I felt the need to watch it a second time.

Terminator: Genisys - Oh my God...well, I don't have much to say for this movie - I kind of prefer the old movies now, but with a twist that left me scratching my head as I left the movie theater.

This is all I have for now, but if I watch anything else in theaters, I'd be more than happy to give a longer review for each!
  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: Hollywood Undead
  • Reading: --
  • Watching: My Screen
  • Playing: --
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Happy 4th of July! :)
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Thanks! You too, man!
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Happe birthday  John! :party: :cake:
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Thank you!!! :hug:
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happy birthday john :iconbrownieplz: :huggle:
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Thank you very much! :huggle:
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you're welcome
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:woohoo: :party: :iconcakelickplz: !!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!! :iconcakelickplz: :party: :woohoo:

It's June 15th which means it's that time of the year again and your special day is here! We hope you have an awesome day with lots of birthday fun, gifts, happiness and most definitely, lots of cake! Here's to another year!

Many well wishes and love from your friendly birthdays team :love:

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Thank you very much!
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