Hail, Caesar! is a flippant, tongue-in-cheek comedy about Hollywood in the 1950s.
Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) tries to do his best to keep the actors and directors of Capitol Studios in check. 495 more words
Books received – volumes 4, 5 and 6 of Herbert Marcuse’s Collected Papers, Terrain Vague: Interstices at the Edge of the Pale, and John Allen’s… 20 more words
The truth of art lies in its power to break the monopoly of established reality to define what is real.
— Herbert Marcuse
Banalization is to take fundamentally important things like, what does my life mean, and surely there must be a better way to organize the world than the way it is organized now, and surely my life could have more meaning in a different situation; And to take any one of these criticisms and treat them as banalities. 325 more words