there's something that drives all of us to keep moving -- to our families, to our friends, to the idea itself. sam and the others leave the relative safety of j.d.'s father's apartment in an attempt to strike out home, not knowing -- unable to know -- the dangers that follow; later, jack hall and his team begin their odyssey over the ice, while back in new york a large group from the library venture outside despite sam's warning. none…
Knock at the Cabin 2023
Old is like what we spend all that time trying to get out and we still die.
Knock at the Cabin is like what if we watch these people kill themselves and all these other people die and we still have to kill each other.
And both of them are beautiful and brilliant and heartbreaking and so incredibly well-acted and shot and you know what? I think I'm on Shyamalan's side again.
Why should we help them? They hate us. I can't wait to hear you sing that song again when you're older.
I understand if everyone wants to kick my ass for this but this is honestly one of my favourite films of all time. It's one of very few that I can watch over and over again and never grow tired of, even though I'm fully aware that it's severely unrealistic (NASA branded it "absurd") and probably politically questionable too (mainly because, despite continued assertions from certain characters that the act of selling tickets for placement on the arks is inhumane,…
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure 1989
bring back crop tops for men 👌👌