my favourite part is the crossover with Kenai from Brother Bear
It’s not a dream / It’s all a dream. An intentionally contradictory, two-sided, artificial trash masterpiece.
1. "IT WAS NOT A DREAM" - The "Secret" Misogyny of DJ Evan Webbmaster. Absolute upheaval (break at the limits) of the idyllic household, any possible progressive façade, and dissolution of a falsity of home adornments that Roth’s camera seems determined to gleefully glide through. All it took was free pizza, and he's not getting enough of it at home. a) Yeah, he “likes”…
The Village in a post-Glass world. Liberation through engaging with the entropic and the natural, itself through the lens of filmmaking and other modalities of control as a kind of framework that could be abolished in a moment of spontaneity, embraced. Shake things up and leave, Shyamalan. That's how he do.