Assessing various departments in New York City based on how receptive I anticipate they’d be to Clifford the Big Red Dog living indefinitely in Manhattan.
Department of Buildings: Immediately non-receptive. They refuse to let Clifford live or venture into any residential buildings, saying his estimated 87 ton weight would risk the structural integrity of every building in the city.
Mayor’s Office: Enthusiastically receptive. Seeing an opportunity to support a beloved public icon without facing responsibility for said icon’s consequences, the…
A Marvel venture that appropriately addresses and frames grief and loss in a way that not only fits comfortably within the narrative but fundamentally shapes it AND sociopolitical conflict between various entities as the main narrative force that feels fairly complex and grounded AND an earnest weight given to the trauma of conflict as opposed to the coolness of it???
Glad Marvel was able to put out one movie this year that wasn’t giving either a) I Hate My Wife energy or b) Divorced Dad energy.