I’m a big fan of Shonda Rhimes. Having been thrown into the world of Grey’s Anatomy’s full 11 seasons in 2014 to catch up on, I have stuck with the trials and tribulations presented by her characters ever since. 654 more words
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Turns out I’m nowhere near the first person to have this idea:
Mufasa = Darth Vader as a positive father figure = If King Hamlet had lived, he’d have gone bad (W00t!) 95 more words
In my book Postnaturalism: Frankenstein, Film and the Anthropotechnical Interface, I follow Robert Spadoni in arguing that James Whale’s Frankenstein (1931) harnessed the energies of the recent transition to sound cinema, focusing them in the menacing figure of what Spadoni calls an “uncanny body.” I contend that Whale’s “capture” of these energies manifests itself, 1,025 more words
Posting this here because I love, love, love its interpretation about Kingsman.
Yes, to some, it may appear to be another pastiche, but it is, as another writer noted in a website I unfortunately can’t recall, having its cake and eating it too. 136 more words