i would die for bodhi
i've watched different bits (almost all?) of this film, silently, over people's shoulders on two emotional plane rides. and then i read the plot. i think that counts as watching? i am not emotionally up to watching horror movies as a general rule but seeing glimpses of these very very very brave kids, who don't deserve anything that is happening to them, helped me survive and remember i can choose to be scared but strong. idk. i would die for these kids.
i don't think i will ever not be angry with the nolan batman films.
but let's just focus on this one scene. the "some men just want to watch the world burn" scene. because it is the perfect evidence for just how committed nolan's films are to casting anyone resisting oppressive systems as villains.
alfred: a long time ago, i was in Burma, my friends and i were working for the local government. they were trying to buy the loyalty…
<cn:abuse> in college, i had a "friend" who slowly destroyed all those around him with his quest to have "experiences." he ended up hurting a lot of people and then completely justifying it to himself by saying that bad or painful experiences are what teach people to grow. then he set about intentionally hurting people or pushing them in things they weren't comfortable with in order to ~teach them things.
this shitstorm of a film hit way too close to…