I watched A Million Ways to Die in the West

Left: Clinch Leatherwood, played by Liam Neeson. Centre: Albert Stark, played by Seth McFarlane. Right: Anna Barnes-Leatherwood played by Charlize Theron.

Released in 2014, A Million Ways to Die in the West is a black comedy western written by Seth McFarlane, Alec Sulkin, and Wellesley Wild. McFarlane also directed the movie.

The movie features an ensemble cast including Liam Neeson, Charlize Theron, Neil Patrick-Harris, and McFarlane himself.

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Mental Health

Tweaking your social media feeds to benefit your mental health

Whether we like it or not, social media has become a big part of life. Even if you’re not a user, you can probably name at least one person who has a social media account.

In today’s post, I’ll be sharing ways to tweak your feeds to benefit your mental health.

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Video Games

Underrated video games: Sleeping Dogs

The term “Grand Theft Auto Clone” is used to describe a title that has similar gameplay aspects to Rockstar Games’ gargantuan Grand Theft Auto franchise.

Released in 2012, Sleeping Dogs is an action adventure title set in an open-world Hong Kong. While it has similar gameplay to the GTA franchise, it feels criminally underrated.

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I watched Child’s Play! (2019)

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Released in 2019, “Child’s Play” serves as a remake and a reboot to its 1988 namesake. Unlike its namesake, the story revolves around a malfunctioning AI, not a doll possessed by a serial killer.

Do these changes work well, or is this iteration just a cash grab using the Child’s Play franchise name?

Here are my thoughts!

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Mental Health

Chronic pain & mental health

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I never realised how demoralising chronic pain could feel, until I started experiencing it myself regularly.

Right now, it’s a waiting game for results, and then I’ll finally have an official diagnosis.

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