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What happened to watching a movie and just enjoying it? A lot of the posts I read on here, for example the one about Fargo, seem so overly thought out and complex that it seems you ruin a good movie by trying to obscure hidden meanings. Perhaps I lack creative depth, I dunno.
Who could it be? Probably not a surprise to some
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I'm not exactly spoiled on EPISODE VII at this point, as all the scoops and nuggets of information are strictly rumors at this point (even if the rumors are well-sourced), but I've thrown out my "No Spoilers On Episode VII" mantra out some time ago.
At the end when they needed to bring down the 3 Helicarriers it just occurred to me; in The Avengers Hawkeye effectively disabled and, without Iron Man's help, would have downed a Helicarrier with 1 arrow. While preparing for the mission why couldn't they have called up Hawkeye, put him on a helicopter, and 3 arrows later
I thought the whole point was to be morally disgusted by the action in SIN CITY hmmm
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Sometimes… I just don’t know. I’m a comic geek and I’m a film geek. As a Comic Book geek, one of the deities presiding upon my imagination was Frank Miller. I mean, you read SIN CITY? They almost don’t need words. But Miller gives the characters dialogue that you spit out screaming at the world. It wasn’t like any Film Noir I’d ever seen optically. Oh sure, they played with light and shadow – but an awful lot of grey tones too! This was stark. Graphic. And Miller gave us a hard Bukowski like psyche to rage from. The stories scream… but it is pure fetish. There’s a wet fever dream quality to them.
It is SIN city. Those dark thoughts given half tones of light and a touch of color. I get drunk on it… printed upon pulp. This is 3D – and I know for some of you that’s a fucking annoyance, but ya know what… Fucking works for me!
But before I get into talking about the film… I just have to say, I’ve an optimistic view of world, I see the ugly and I don’t allow my mind to wallow in it, instead I turn to read about the achievements of society and the solutions that are being worked on – and I love life in Austin. I find Frank Miller’s art… the tales he’s given us to be cautionary tales of obsessive vindictive rage behavior. He focuses upon the savagery of society and fetishizes the vile… and
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The protagonist was a monkey person who was born in this pink crystal. A white fox touched it's paw to it and the monkey guy was released. The antagonist is a guy with long black hair and horns and wears all black. In the beginning, the bad guy fights a guy in all white that transforms into a dragon.