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Thimbleweed Park : Delores Did Go to School (100 words)

Publié le par Kevin

At the end of Thimbleweed Park, Chuck asks Delores if she remembers ever going to school or having any friends and she doesn't. The mad man uses this as an argument to prove that they are videogame characters that which brings Delores to "delete the world."...

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Thimbleweed Park: Just in Time DLC Playthrough (Fanfiction)

Publié le par Kevin

Just in TimeTM takes place at the moment when Delores went back to Thimbleweed Park because she learnt Chuck had died of a heart attack. Delores hasn’t admitted it to herself yet, but her job at MmucasFlem isn’t as dreamlike as she had hoped. She works...

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Thimbleweed Park (Edit) : They used not to be in a videogame (455 words)

Publié le par Kevin

At the beginning of this month I wrote a long and unfocussed article about Thimbleweed Park in which I explored several ideas in order to deconstruct the general perception of the ending of the game which is “they’re in a video-game nothing is meaningful.”...

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Thimbleweed Park : Is the coroner truly the sheriff or what ?

Publié le par Kevin

"Howdee-who" If truly Thimbleweed Park characters are in a videogame, how is it possible that the Coroner should make a mistake ? If the sheriff, the coroner and the hotel manager are programmed to say "a-reno," "a-who" and "a-boo" how could the Coroner...

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Thimbleweed Park : They're not in a video game... until they are. (4500 words)

Publié le par Kevin

Edit: I've discovered elements that contradict several points I make in this article but I'm not correcting it because I didn't write it to be right from one end to the other in the first place. I'm obviously developping several ideas that have no way...

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The Ten Commandments 2 : Schindler's List (300 words)

Publié le par Kevin

A week ago, I watched Denial and was shocked. This shock led to me rewatching Shindler’s List. And rewatching Schindler’s List brought me to watch The Ten Commandments again. Is it obvious why ? The reason why Schindler’s List made me want to rewatch...

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Lego Batman: Le Joker est toujours la part la plus humaine de Bruce Wayne (721 mots)

Publié le par Kevin

Vocab emprunté à la psychanalyse: Moi conscient + Moi inconscient = Soi J’ai déjà écrit un article sur le fait que le Joker incarne les désirs inavouables (Moi inconscient) de Bruce Wayne. Je n’ai pas eu le courage de refaire mon analyse de The Dark Knight...

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Flight of the Amazon Queen: What Joe Did To Lola Is That He didn't Do Anything To Her (1467 words)

Publié le par Kevin

Who would think this guy is intimidated by women's intimidating libido ? I spotted Beneath a Steel Sky, a classic point’n’click video game from 1994, on Good Old Games the other day. It was for free and next to it, I was surprised to see another old point’n’click...

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L'Ornithologue: Le Père, le fils, le saint esprit. (3400 mots)

Publié le par Kevin

L’Ornithologue est clairement un film qui appelle les interprétations. Enigmatique au début, incompréhensible à la fin, il force son public à se triturer le cerveau histoire d’essayer d’échapper à la frustration de simplement se dire « mais qu’est-ce...

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De la Bêtise féministe au cœur du violent Divertir pour dominer (8000 mots)

Publié le par Kevin

Divertir pour dominer n’est pas un film mais une collection d’essais ayant pour sujet la manière dont la télévision, la publicité, le sport et le tourisme sont utilisés dans notre société totalitaire pour maintenir les individus dans un état de passivité...

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