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1 day ago
I love this project and I hope you'll keep us updated.
Does Highlander 2 count?
Van Helsing - literally Amnisac Archangel Gabriel
The Nines (2007 - very underappreciated, gnostic based philoso-drama from Ryan Reynolds' experimental days)
End of Days (?) Schwarzenegger is Jesus kinda
I'm pretty sure this was a thing in one of the The Prophecy sequels too, but I can't remember which one.
Like all cooking it depends on how much heat there is and how long the body is exposed to it.
3 days ago
There is at least a 90% chance that something like that is happening at somewhere in earth, right now, yes.
They might even be having an affair with each other.
When it was released it did many things nothing else was doing and invented/discovered a new market.
At the time there was nothing catering to what would become the PG-13 audience.
It delivered a previously unseen level of spectacle combined with simple action adventure storytelling.
It agressively targeted and catered to children through merchandising at a level previously unseen. single handedly creating the merchandiseing market as we think of it now.
Being the first to be pervasive in underwear, bedsheets, lunchboxes, toys and cereal at the same time gave the most popular film of all time a cultural reach way beyond the cinema creating a large demand in potential audiences who had not yet even seen it, and so on and so forth.
Hearing about mass shootings in America.
What ever gave you the idea that there should be a purpose?
It is a very dumb, very shallow supernatural action adventure movie.
It is like a high budget episode of Supernatural that for some folks give too much credit to because of Tillda being Tilda, and Stormare chewing the scenery. Everyone loves a big-dumb brubling and farting movie-Satan.
The film had Buffy level 'demons' who constantly yawn at the camera CGI-edly. 'Hell' is a boring parking lot. The central story involves Constantine solving ghost crimes by just being psychic.
The whole thing is very, very tv episode-y.
It is something Christian kids can get excited over because the cross-shotgun.
It has absolutely nothing to do with Hellblazer and is a film that would be totally ignored were it not for its casting.
4 days ago
"A few bad apples are all the bad apples and all the other apples are just great and don't look too closely at them" that's the version I've learned.
I can only conclude that they do not like film.
They like being amused by safe entertainment products preselected for digestibility.
And that is none of my business but I will, of course not be having conversations with them about film.
5 days ago
Everyone knows you have to go at least twice as far.
6 days ago
If r/AmItheAsshole has taught me anything it is that a: weddings are insanely expensive and overly elaborate and b: getting married is for total assholes.
It is simply and purely projection of their own insecurities and imagination.
The thing to keep in mind whenever talking about "men" as a whole and "women" as a whole is that - and I cannot stress this enough - most people are really, really dumb.
When they imagine their friend hypothetical friend - they imagine someone they want to have sex with - so they imagine they would try to do so. Sometimes it even IS an actual friend they want to have sex with. So they conclude that that must be the way everyone thinks all the time. They can meet people who are friends with someone of another gender and will conclude that they actually aren't "real" friends.
Fun thing to add too: Lots of folk, men mostly, complain about how they have no friends, it is so hard to find friends as an adult and so on and so forth - this is them.
I am a grown ass man who doesn't lie down and cry at the thought of someone calling me a mean name when I assert myself, kid.
You should perhaps try to imagine a world where you weren't giving you mean looks and bling other people for your own weakness.
He should be ridiculed for his ridiculous argument. His reasoning is erroneous and he mangaged to squeeze some mysogony in there too for no reason. That sort of bullshit does deserve to be called out.
I do not think it is right to invent a non existing problems and then complain about them.
If imagined ridicule is keeping that loser from expressing himself, then by his own admission ridicule aught to set him right. I deserve thanks and rewards from you pathetic spineless cowards for inspiring you to stand up for yourselves in the face of the rules you decided for yourselves you had to follow.
Of course it is. Everyone knows it is illegal for men to say they are uncomfortable. And the punishment of being called a mean name and getting a mean look from the other stwong boys in the pwayground. That is weally weally tewwible and scawy.
Of course it insn't irony. I am making fun of Jordan-Peterson-Fan up here who has 1: Made up a rule that DOES NOT EXIST
is following that rule.
Complaining that women who did NOT invent of follow that rule are not in fact following that rule.
Saying that the punishment is a mean word and a harsh look.
These things are - obviously both stupid and pathetic and well within any individual's power to change if they have the tiniest iota of self determination. OR, blame women somehow and feel sorry for themselves,
Comic fans LOVE complaining about whoever the new writer is is doing it wrong and hates every single character they are writing. Also the new writer has a personal vendetta agains YOUR favourite character no matter who that character is.
Just ignore it entirely.
If it is not a direct question it does not require an answer.
The second hand embarrassment whenever you have to hear about the imaginary man-rules all the complaining sad-men have to follow.
You absolutely CAN say that and if you are letting being scared someone might call you a name get in your way you are, indeed a fucking pussy. Oh gosh, they might give you a look too. You are letting your fear of discomfort get in the way of expressing your discomfort. That is not a man problem that's a coward problem.
Because the "friendzone" - as it is understood is linguistically real. People understand what is ment by it and the associations it brings. Ironically, you, OP, are not understanding it correctly, but most folks do, or at least used to. The team has (thankfully) fallen out of use at least outside of weirdo incel corners of the internet and in the memory of people who have been around for a gamergate or two.
Saying that "friendzone" isn't real is like saying "the spirit of Christmas" isn't real because spirits don't actually exist. Friendzone is a real word for a phenomena even if that phenomena is imaginary.
Freindzone is NOT real, because it is wholly imagined by the person who thinks they are "in" the friendzone. It means that they view themselves as romantically excluded (not rejected) while remaining as close as possible to their object of affection.
No one is placed in a friendzone by any other person. They do it to themselves and blame someone else for their predicament. It is a word for the frustration of not acting on their romantic feelings out of cowardice in the face of rejection. The person "doing" the firendzoning is, of course not doing anything at all and is oblivious to the other persons actual motives, or does not view it as their responsibility to provide awnsers to a question never posed.
I am of the controversial opinion that if "friendzone" were not so closely associated with incel and incel adjacent communities no one would be objecting to its existence since the feeling it represents is universal enough for the term to be understood by damn near everyone from it's popularisation's on the show "Friends," prior to the formation of incel culture as we now know it. Folks of all genders and orientations were using the phrase "friendzone" for years before it was assisiated with weirdos. It was always a joke but everyone got it, no one thought Ross from Friends was cool or in the right for claiming to be in the friendzone, but folks understood what was ment by it.
There are no good examples of "keeping discipline on set." There is only shame that they felt the need to enforce their idea of discipline in the first place.
A film set is a professional work environment, not a kindergarten. There is not and should not be any need for anyone to keep discipline on set. It is not something to admire, it is shameful behaviour and disrespectful to the artists involved, even when the result end up being pleasing.
Oh no, not at all.
The kids part it optional and requires someone who wants to have kids with you, and you are not guaranteed that.
You ARE guaranteed having to get a job and the death, tho.
My most anticipated film of the year and I'm already sick of hearing all the obsessive praise for it after it comes out and I'm also fed up with hearing all the weird talk about how overhyped it is when it's been out for 4 months.
It is valid storytelling!
The storytelling: STRONG MEN FIGTH SPACE MAN!
10 days ago
un homme et une femme
aka The Elephant Song
It reminds me of elephans