top 4 weekly(?) theme: i love colors
iridescent, shadowy venerations overbear potential moral cognizance
bland pseudo-criticisms of violence, aversion therapy, masculinity, modernism, sex, humanity etc. sloppily strewn about do not warrant merit
Thine moral ambiguity a self-indulgent bi-sieve for all
Thou art that which Thou abhors, Thou art the Government, Thou art Greed, Thou art Capitalism
Thou art a self-established God
Thine elucidations art intrinsic verity, for God wouldn't dare misguide us, the blind consumer of God's Holy Word
For thine art God
And God art Good
What art Goodness thou ask?
idk, give me money
100 (and 5) Movies Throughout the Year(s) 31: Beloved.
Capra's revered 75-year-old classic still more than holds up to this day, for its dutifully pro-humanitarian qualities intrinsically render it effectively timeless, accompanied by its autonomously blatant empathy for the proletariat and strong hatred for the bourgeoisie.
George is a human, and while his contributions to his community were valued, he wasn't integral to society, but rather an important piece of it. He was part of a collective society, a hard-working machine…