Harrowing and affecting in its portraiture of a man who is young enough to know he can be as aimless as he is, but old enough to know he shouldn't be, all the while being pulled in opposing directions of divided loyalties: to family, to friends, and especially to himself.
Not really a comic book guy but I always felt that the Wolverine storylines were supposed to contrast his surface conformity to hegemonic masculinity and his struggle to grow beyond his destructive self due to the damaging nature of said masculinity and the manner in which it renders the male psyche broken and isolated, and yet the films have tried to represent Wolverine as an idealized embodiment of masculinity in his supposed demonstration of controlled violence and emotional stoicism, tho…
"important" doc but I hate the transformers/call of duty soundtrack. also hate that the film's shaming slaughterhouse workers as if they had many career choices to begin with, or that they aren't abused themselves. false equivalences between laborers vs. literal slavery and nazism like honestly bro wtf is this??? celebrity vegan power couples mad annoying. gal gadot's imagine except with graphic imagery of slaughtering animals but for what purpose? the film's all over the place at best but makes the…
"...revolutionary governments like Cuba, Libya, Vietnam, and North Korea were—and still are—eager to trade and maintain peaceful relations with this country. These countries do not threaten the national security of the United States or its people, but the overseas interests of global capitalism. If allowed to multiply in numbers, countries with an alternative socialist system, one that uses the land, labor, capital, and natural resources in collectivist ways, placing people before profits, would eventually undermine global capitalism."
"Cuba's sin in…