Rated: 2 / 5 Do not foster pride, glorious warrior! The great fame of your might lasts but a little while. then soon enough will sickness or the sword deprive you of strength-- or the grasp of flames, or the surging flood, or the slashing blade, or the flight of a spear, or horrid old … Continue reading Beowulf (2007), and the passing down of stories and their values
objective (adj): 1.) expressing or dealing with facts or conditions as perceived without distortion by personal feelings, prejudices, or interpretations.subjective (adj): 1.) characteristic of or belonging to reality as perceived rather than as independent of mind : PHENOMENAL. 2a.) peculiar to a particular individual : PERSONAL. 2b.) modified or affected by personal views, experience, or backgroundhttps://www.merriam-webster.com/ I guess this is … Continue reading A Clockwork Orange: Debate on Ultraviolence part 2
Also known as Criticizing Critics, or Judging the Judges, or in some cases just being a dick. I miss being able to comment on other's comments, because they get too butthurt over it, and aren't willing to stand their ground and defend their position ('cause they know they're foundations are shaky, and if they didn't … Continue reading Critiquing Critics #1: One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
Comic rated: 5 / 5 The test of a politician's greatness is the success of his plans and enterprises -- in other words, his ability to reach his goal. Conversely, the theoretician's final goal can never be reached; human thought may grasp truths and envision ends that it sees with crystal clarity, even though such … Continue reading Watchmen film and comic review and comparison
My take on the HBO miniseries Chernobyl.
I gave Black Pilled an opportunity to respond to my comments on his video. He hasn't. It could be because he gets so flooded with comments he doesn't have time to read them all (understandable), or that he doesn't care enough, not even on Gab.com. I said I would post my youtube response on my … Continue reading Critique of Black Pilled’s video regarding Arbuckle, and the sexual nature of films.
Rated 4 / 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4UwdlWozBw The film starts off with an eerie title sequence, beginning with a full moon with some dark clouds around it, which disappears as a lone blue 2D drawn house comes into view along with the title words "Home Alone," as the single window of the house lights up. It emanates … Continue reading Home Alone review
So this conversation I had about a year ago, which I forgot about until now, came about somewhat randomly when talking about how much Ghostbusters: Answer the Call sucked loads of diarrhea ass. You may find it worth a read. matthew There is something odd about your acknowledgement that humour is subjective but then … Continue reading A Debate on Critiquing Film Objectively vs. Subjectively
Rated: 2.5 / 5 The Vietnam War. Probably the most controversial war America has ever gotten involved in that has people bickering about it to this day. Why did we go in there? Was it ever winnable? Should we have ever gone in there? What were our initial intentions, and how did they change? What … Continue reading The Vietnam War: A film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick (2017) review/critique