“In October 1982, David Cronenberg was reading the daily paper when he stumbled across a Far Side cartoon called 'Cow Tools'. He was so perplexed and inspired by the enigmatic panel, that he decided to make a live-action feature exploring the psyche of a cow driven mad by a need to recreate the aforementioned tools. Realizing the difficulties of working with an actual cow, Cronenberg shifted the story to focus on a pair of twins (Jeremy Irons) who dress in…
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The Knocking on a Sacred Cabin !!!
me immediately after posting, kneeling in one of those “progressive” churches with pride flags and jokey marquees: please god let me be the first to make this pithy one-liner playfully comparing Yorgos Lanthimos’s contemporary Greek tragedy to M. Night Shyamalan’s strangely dated (but entertaining!) Christian allegory 🙏
god (in the world of this movie): ok but only because you’re in gay church and i have to prove i’m real and what’s more, NOT homophobic 🌈
revolutionary. one of the best, most informative, most harrowing, most important documentaries i've ever seen. using hidden camera footage, candid interviews, crucial historical context, and so much more, it thoroughly and bravely reveals truths about North Korea that the Kim regime has gone to great lengths to cover up. there is so little in-depth reporting about the relatively new country's atrocities because it's virtually impossible to get anything in or out, much less record. it's a minor miracle that these…
first watch: fight club is the best movie ever made
second watch: fight club is a deep commentary on the dangers of consumerism
third watch: fight club is a disgusting cesspool of toxic masculinity and it’s not as deep as its fanboys think it is
fourth watch: fight club is a critique of toxic masculinity and it’s deeper than its fanboys think it is
fifth watch: fight club is the best satirical gay romcom ever made