A train thunders down an uneven terrain — surrounded but unbound by its worldly obstacles and bypassers, though certainly still acknowledging them, indulging in, embracing, and changing them. It’s the peace from when the train leaves and the darkness settles before opening onto another train that drives home the reminiscence; the sounds of the thousand previous rattling carriages carrying on in your mind. It’s hard to put into words how empty that feels. You’d hardly had enough time to get…
Standing at the head of a country, role model to all who’ve felt and to all who’ve cried, it’s easy to cry too.
“People need their history; it gives them strength. They need to know that real men actually lived here. Not ghosts and storybook legends; people who faced adversity and overcame it.”
1963 sees Lee Harvey Oswald’s murder (the convicted-guilty murderer of president John F. Kennedy) as it’s lauded by the American people and by the press. Pride has…
“We can mutate the whole world into metal.
Ahh... I feel great.”
In the wake of Japan’s post-WWII economic booms, Tetsuo: The Iron Man interprets the civilian industrial paranoia of the time as batshit as it ever could’ve been interpreted. It’s a culmination of so many societal fears, regardless of how conscious or subconscious they would’ve been then and still are now — because, in its grimy and sadomasochistic landscape (and in your own head while you’re watching it), everything…
This film is my Black Panther. This movie empowered me. It helped me get over my rejection from the female known as Veronica who'd rather date a Chad instead of a true gentlemen who would treat her well. Amazing cinematography and a great performance from Joaquin Phoenix, who has fortunatle moved on from artsy-fartsy hipster trash like Her. Films like Joker are a true art that often get misunderstood by filthy normies and pc snowflakes who watch MCU kiddie movies instead of challenging and innovative kino like Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.