Also worth noting that not all entertainers like to interact with fans, and sometimes fans don't like to interact with these entertainers.
Harrison Ford for example made his first Star Wars convention appearance back in 2015. The actor for Greedo has had more appearances at cons. A face no one knows for a character that didn't even last more than 2 minutes goes to cons but not the guy that killed his character.
@MidnightAoshi I can agree with that, but then there's also sometimes when you watch a 25 episode anime and you start getting bored so it takes a week. (Your lie in April was so sad it took me 2 weeks to finish because I got spoiled and was trying to carry on).
How about you move your games that Norton detects that're potentially dangerous into another folder, then create an exception rule in Norton for that entire folder. That way you can avoid Norton tampering with things even if the game is updated.
@Doublethree100 There is a reason, but likely goes further than you want to have to think about it. 糸 can be used for thread or fibers, not much of a difference. You're going to run into that kanji A LOT as a portion of others though. Unless you're ready to take a crash course in the thought processes involved in reading kanji (wouldn't recommend unless you know those 216 I mentioned earlier) it's likely best to just know that it means thread and leave it at that for the moment. It gets to be pretty intense when you first start trying to figure out what they mean together and how they interact. Took me a couple of months after being told about it before I could really make the connection efficiently and that was with it being explained after knowing the basic parts.
Edit: If you want to really think about this, remember that washi was the only paper in Japan for a VERY long time. Might help with the family part of the kanji if you're familiar with how shinto is connected to rice production in early Japan.
It's fun to watch what they did with the source material, where they stayed on track and where they ventured off.
There are some great shots and imagery throughout.
Willem Dafoe can do no wrong and was a great cast
Trying to condense a full series into a movie ends up feeling rushed and sloppy.
Character "L" couldn't be further from the source material.
The ending leaves you scratching your head.
It was far from the worst thing I've ever seen and I never found myself wanting to shut it off, but left so much more to be desired.