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Valerian et la Mondialisation : Laureline n'est pas ce qu'elle prétend être. (747 mots)

Publié le par Kevin

Tout l'univers de Valerian est contenu dans un triangle vaginal. Pourquoi, je ne sais pas. Tout en le gardant dans un coin de mon cerveau, je n’étais pas pressé de voir Valerian et alors que je revoyais et analysais Lucy je me suis dit que tout de même...

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Joker: Arthur est au centre d'un complot politique... et il fait vraiment l'amour avec Sophie aussi. (1600 Mots)

Publié le par Kevin

Le monde politique est un monde violent, corrompu et impitoyable. Les carrières et vies entières n’y tiennent qu’à un fil, on y élimine ses adversaires à coup d’accusations, de « salissures » ou pire. Richard Nixon abandonne son poste de président à cause...

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Whiplash: Le Plan Pathétique de Terence Fletcher. (2000 words)

Publié le par Kevin

Terence détruit l'intériorité de ses élèves (pupilles noires) Si quelqu’un peut m’expliquer la situation familiale d’Andrew Neiman qu’il le fasse parce que je ne comprends pas bien ce chantier. Je ne tergiverserai pas des heures sur la question mais...

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Terminator 2: A Funny Detail (500 words)

Publié le par Kevin

As I was trying to write a follow up to my article about the metaphor for incest in Terminator (1984), I spotted a funny detail that I’m now going to share on its own because I don’t think I’ll write the article about Terminator 2, I simply do not understand...

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Lucy : Lucy isn't Unlocking her Brain Capacity (4300 words)

Publié le par Kevin

The intelligence of Lucy is funnily unexpected. The movie is about a woman who gets to use 100% of her brain instead of the average 20% of a normal human being. So, it’s a movie about intelligence and it necessarily has (a few) intellectual ambitions....

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My Week With Marilyn: The Myth of the Irresistible Woman and the Destruction of the Belief in Men’s Innocence. (Part 5)

Publié le par Kevin

g. Skinny-dipping. Then our two heroes go skinny-dipping in a river on Marilyn’s initiative. Colin opposes it “we do not have swimsuits” until Marilyn simply undresses entirely. Colin clearly isn’t in the position of a lover here, he doesn’t feel legitimate...

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My Week With Marilyn: The Myth of the Irresistible Woman and the Destruction of the Belief in Men’s Innocence. (Part 4)

Publié le par Kevin

7— Devouring Colin. Breaking Colin’s heart. There’s another moment at which Marilyn’s hypocrisy is clearly showed. It’s at the end when she rebukes Colin’s proposal: the climax of the movie is Marilyn showing her true face. Colin — You could quit this....

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My Week With Marilyn: The Myth of the Irresistible Woman and the Destruction of the Belief in Men’s Innocence. Part 3

Publié le par Kevin

5.Marilyn is not a good actress… nor is she as bad as she pretends. She’s just using these “elements of meaning” as tools to manipulate people. Marilyn Monroe has her own production company that which is supposed to give her more artistic freedom (Power)....

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My Week With Marilyn: The Myth of the Irresistible Woman and the Destruction of the Belief in Men’s Innocence. Part 2

Publié le par Kevin

3. Both Colin and Laurence are in a serious situation, neither of them is going to find any support and both of them are going to see their life ruined by their encounter with Monroe. Laurence Olivier was trying to operate a shift from theater to cinema....

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My Week With Marilyn: The Myth of the Irresistible Woman and the Destruction of the Belief in Men’s Innocence.

Publié le par Kevin

My Week with Marilyn shook me up pretty well. I’ve been trying to write an article about it since I saw it in october, this is my tenth attempt. I’ve now watched the movie four times. It’s starting to become torture. Yet, I still want to write something...

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