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The sequels never end because the horror never ends.
In “Star Wars,” the fantasy is divided into good and evil. In “Star Trek,” the science fiction is parsed into old and new.
The problem with “B” listers is simple: they are wanna-be “A” listers. They problem with “A” listers is even simpler: they are “A” listers.
Marvel’s “Infinity” series was mythology and cosmology. MCU’s “Avengers: Infinity War/Endgame” was politics and existentialism.
You say you want a revolution. But you also say you don’t.
These film critics write as if their job were to refine and expand their audiences’ list of “likes” and “dislikes.”
The natural, innocent purveyor of violence is banished from the realms of speech and love.
Most “fight the system” movies cannot imagine revolution as anything other than the skilled utilization of violence.
“Highlander” and “The Hunger” are two movies which clearly articulate the superhuman difference between the immortal and the eternal.
The pleasure in watching other bodies in pain outweighs the pain in watching other bodies in pleasure.