I’ve raved about Lilo & Stitch before. And for good reason. It has great characters, it respects the Hawaiian culture, and it features one of the most lovable aliens of all time. But there’s one gag known for being a headscratcher. What’s the deal with the mosquitoes?
Sometimes, characters don’t get on. Sometimes, these characters grow closer. Let me tell you – I freaking love that. That’s character development at its finest. And none does it better than the hit crime show Person Of Interest.
Who doesn’t love dynamic characters? Character relationships, watching them form and change, is what makes fiction so enjoyable. Unsurprisingly, one of the most popular writing tropes is Enemies to Friends (and maybe more…), for this exact reason. Characters who are initially suspicious of each other, yet grow to care for one another have the most interesting arcs. But how can we get this transition to feel organic?
I aced my 2020 NaNoWriMo. Here’s how.
At first, I thought my scars were the reason why he’d changed.
I wasn’t exactly interested in WandaVision. Yet, the way good shows do, I was hooked in the first few minutes. Is this miniseries the best thing to have happened for these two?