“Let’s start at the very beginning. Why do you want to join the family.” Love this simple but pivotal #movieprop
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Ya girl got her nails done ayyyyaya -Jay
It's been a while since I've done a more in-depth movie review on this page, and that's because I can't be bothered to write at length about everything I see anymore. Every now and then though, I see a film that is such a unique and memorable experience that I actually feel like I have something to say about it. This is one of those times. I recently watched a lesser known film that goes simply by the name, Revenge. It was directed by a French woman named Coralie Fargeat, and I'm highly impressed by the job she did helming this movie. The story starts off with a very disturbing scenario that I wouldn't blame someone for not wanting to watch, but I can tell that it was done with purpose. (*Minor Spoiler Ahead*) The film starts off with the main character, Jennifer having an affair with a married man at his vacation home in the middle of a California desert. Two of this man's friends arrive for a planned hunting expedition, and are instantly noticeably interested in this beautiful woman who happens to be there. The film shows her to us from their perspective with what I can only properly describe as the term you've probably heard, 'The Male Gaze.' But in this, it has clearly been done with purpose given the subject matter and the fact that this was directed by a woman. Without getting into any more details than I need to Jennifer is raped and left for dead, but survives and proceeds to go on a mission of vengeance. At this point the film shifts, and Jennifer transforms into an unstoppable force of destruction. This is a film that serves as both a satisfying revenge tale, as well as a relevant social commentary that feels very much like a response in the wake of the Me Too movement. The three men in this movie that commit these heinous acts read like they also serve as representations of the types of men who are guilty of participating in crimes like this in real life. The pathetic pieces of shit who sexually assault, molest, and rape. The cowards who know what is happening, and allow it to go on. And the truly evil men who use their position of power to keep these things hidden when they find out about them just to save their own skin. (CONTINUED IN COMMENTS)
Review on Memento: This film was every bit of clever. The film plays the end at the beginning. I, at first, found this confusing but once the movie started explaining itself, I realized how fucking brilliant this idea was. Leonard (Guy Pearce) has witnessed the rape and death of his wife and is seeking revenge on who did it, but he suffers from short term memory loss and the last thing he remembers is seeing his wife dying before the murderer smashes his face into the mirror (causing the memory loss). The only thing he's able to trust is his own handwriting, in which he's tattooed multiple notes on his body to help find the killer as well as write notes on Polaroids. At the start, a motel clerk admits to taking advantage of his memory loss by charging Leonard with two rooms knowing he won't remember. This doesn't sound like too conflicting of a scenario, but it really is. This was where the movie starts to mess with your head. Not long after you have Natalie. A women who claims to be helping Leonard out of pity because she also lost someone important to her. And then there's Teddy. Teddy is set on helping him find the man who raped Leonard's wife, but Leonard has notes of his own that lead him to believe that Teddy was the one who did it. This is where it REALLY fucks with your head. You have absolutely no idea who the hell to trust and you start noticing that there's more people taking advantage of Leonard due to his condition. I really can't explain too much about this film without spoiling it, but if any of you decide to check it out I promise it will blow your mind. The story was written so fucking well, but that's to be expects from Christopher Nolan. All in all I adored everything this film threw at me. 10/10 #moviereview #psychologicalthriller #mindfuck #trippy #thriller #jawdropping
this video is a blessing. the bad era is a blessing
Exploring an abandoned school with a haunted door... LINK IN BIO^^^
El ataque de Pearl Harbor ocurrió el 7 de diciembre de 1941. Se dice que había sido previsto y preparado desde un año antes por el presidente Franklin D. Roosevelt. Según la historia oficial, la Armada Imperial Japonesa atacó la base militar estadounidense Pearl Harbor con gran facilidad a través de 353 aeronaves japonesas. Según la teoría de conspiración, el gobierno estadounidense prefirió no hacer nada para iniciar la guerra contra Japón. .
Se realizaron ocho investigaciones del caso Pearl Harbor. En una, el Congreso y el Senado descubrieron que los oficiales a cargo habían decidido no hacer nada y encubrir las intenciones del gobierno norteamericano. Los altos mandos de Pearl Harbor recibieron una llamada de diplomacia hecha por los militares japoneses, en la que avisaban del fuego que se avecinaba, sin embargo, decidieron hacer caso omiso a la señal.
Los australianos también avisaron a Washington de lo que ocurriría, pero Roosevelt ignoró los avisos. También el doble agente Dusko Popov intentó advertir desesperadamente de lo que se avecinaba, pero no sirvió de nada.
#Terror #Thriller #Misterios #Curiosidades #Leyendas #Mitos #Conspiraciones #Fantasmas
#Teorias #Historia #Suspenso
Gracias a los que nos han apoyado y siguen creyendo en el cine nacional todo el fin de semana Angustia La película en Cinépolis
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3-4歳？のころはじめてみたBTTF part2のCafe 80'sでのBeat itが好きすぎて。