Sandstone and hay
The midwestern condition
Disheveled and stressed Kristen Stewart eating at a diner is beautiful unagitated cinema.
More like "American white man who certainly can’t be racist because he's accompanied by an Asian boy who can only express his emotions by explicitly describing the situation he's in, and who also cannot be sexist because the woman he treats like either a sex object or a nuisance justifies his behavior because she is so charmed by his long whip singlehandedly frees India from child labor and a human sacrifice, brings back the holy stone, water and apparently clothes dye to the poor defenseless rural population while being supported and ultimately rescued by the British colonialist army - the movie".
So there's the province of Weibo which has separated itself from the imperial court of the Tang Dynasty. Some princess' daughter (?) is sent from Weibo to the imperial palace (?) for training in the art of the sword. When she has finished her training and became an assassin she is sent to Weibo to kill the prince/king/leader (?) who is also her cousin but not really (?) because he has been born to a concubine and then adopted to…
Auch wenn man rumgeschubst und angeschrien wird, sich ungerecht behandelt fühlt. Wenn man sich und seine Freunde, von denen man nicht weiß, ob sie wirklich welche sind, voll in die Scheiße geritten hat. Wenn man von einem Polizisten belästigt wird und selbst die neue beste Freundin dein asoziales Verhalten zum Kotzen findet. Da muss man aber wirklich nicht auf den Parkplatz spucken...
Who thought that i would come to genuinely enjoy a comic book adaptation not only for its popcorn entertainment factor?
Being a dystopian political thriller, V for Vendetta screams "Orwell" in many aspects. The prison scenes looked like they were taken directly out of what i had imagined when reading 1984, even if it felt not as unforgiving as its mental precursor. Big Brother Sutler reminded me that there's actually an adaptation of 1984 with John Hurt in the lead…