bound to have an infatuated
appeal for most films
David Duke: America first.
Klansmen: America first. America first.
Waiter: Ain't this a bitch. If I would have known this was a Klan meeting, I wouldn't have taken this motherfucking gig. Goddamn.
liberation is not placid or benign in its temperaments, adversely its invigorating, beautifully potent, abrupt and flourishing of establishing a fair societal equilibrium through coercive and effective measures.
this is indeed the insinuation that is birthed into fruition by spike Lee.
fostered from an already pretty lucrative source…
Dr. Taylor Wood: Well, when your wives suggested couples therapy, do you think that this is what they had in mind?
Bill: Well, definitely. I mean, we're a couple of couples, right?
2020 cinema is so inclined with prevalent themes oriented of time travel and inversion to subvert current affairs in the world
and I understand its reasoning now
bill and Ted face the music is definitely not going to save cinemas but it will indeed give you a light hearted ride in a very digestible hour and a half.
Laura: You're not shooting the bullet. You're catching it.
The Protagonist: Whoa.
it's hard to fathom a conceivable inference for tenet.
on surface value, it cites itself as a brandishing blockbuster of mass appeal, a precedent for nolan's contributions to film.
while it does perpetuate in that inclination, tightly adorned into the great plot virtues, it succumbs to relishing a truly ambivalent and simulatenously ambiguous vision that Christopher nolan has worked up to deduce over the years hes…
Patrick Bateman: [voice-over] There is a moment of sheer panic when I realize that Paul's apartment overlooks the park... and is obviously more expensive than mine.
American psycho depicts a fortitude of such profuse emulated animosity, distilled in the fragmented mind of bales yielded nuanced demeanor with such ample and idiosyncratic exasperation, accented in bold and well versed monologues
with so much inordinate blood and glorified accosting gore to the point of gluttony by direction of Mary Harron. this film…