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She feels it takes what should be a simple story about love, forgiveness, redemption, and discovering your best self, and then turns out a sloppy mess that is so concerned with bowing to every scrap of criticism no matter how nit-picky that it completely loses sight of what the original story was even about. So on the one hand, there's this bid to make Gaston kind of more sympathetic by implying he has PTSD[ He's the high school jock everybody admires.
He doesn't need to be more than that. He just needs to be a big handsome dummy everybody admires because he's arrogant and good-looking, because that tends to be how it happens in the real world and that's kind of the point of the movie [ Why do we need to make the town both more bigoted AND more sympathetic? They're a poor provincial town! Lindsay's video essays are often presented with a perfect balance of information and levity, making them informative, as well as entertaining in their own right.
End of an Era: Being an film school graduate and avid cinema history buff, Lindsay likes to discuss these a lot. As American society became more jaded thanks in part to the aftermath of WWII, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Cold War with Russia, as discussed in "Mel Brooks, The Producers and the Ethics of Satire about N zis" people felt less invested in big, lavish, extravagant musicals catering to an emotional innocence no one felt anymore, and favored more edgyrevolutionary, counterculture films and anti-musicals like Cabaret.
Dolittleand Hello, Dolly! In classic films from when Walt Disney was alive, most movies were simple good verses evil stories where the villains acted as the evil for the heroes to defeat. In the early Disney Renaissancevillains manipulating teenage protagonists searching for a coming-of-age sense of identity for their own ends also worked, but by the late Renaissance and early Revival, Disney villains had become The Artifact.
By the early Disney Revival, Dr. Facilier and Mother Gothel were the last of their kind. In a number of videos, Lindsay also discusses the end of Disney Renaissancehow audiences got tired of seeing the same good vs evil teenage coming-of-age musical over and over, paving the way for the more unique and subversive Pixar and DreamWorks Animation stories during the Turn of the Millennium. Lindsay in her video on Beauty and the Beast jokingly comes up with BeastForShe referencing the HeForShe movementapplying it to the film's shallow attempts at being progressive.
Entitled to Have You: This concept is discussed a few times, mostly around films averting it: Lindsay finds that the prevalence of "immature Manchild always getting the girl in the end" is because said Manchild is usually meant to be an Audience Surrogate whose immaturity isn't a character flaw that needs to be overcome, but an endearing trait that the filmmakers believe relates to and represents their audience. While the Guardians films have some trouble deciding whether Peter's immaturity is the former or the latterboth he and Gamora are ultimately portrayed as "radioactive spike-balls of defense mechanisms" who still have to come to terms with a lot of personal trauma before they can have a mutually healthy relationship.
Also discussed in her video of The Hunchback of Notre Dameaddressing the common complaint that Quasimodo Did Not Get the Girlespecially since the film also values the differently-abled as being equal to everyone else. Lindsay argues that A Esmeralda is not a "sexy lamp" that only exists to be a reward, and B Quasi valuing her friendship but also respecting her autonomy enough to let her go is the difference between him and Frollowho would rather die and burn down all of Paris.
Argues in her Bright and PBS Fantasy video that this is present to some extent in all fantasy and sci-fi stories, whether the author intends it or not.
Even if the world and races are all fictional, they're all made by an author who lives in our world and thus has to draw at least some inspiration from our world and how they see it.
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She again argues that this is not necessarily a bad thingbut just something that happens and something that creators and consumers alike should try to be aware of.
She has no qualms praising the perfect casting of Chris Evans as Captain America.
I beg to differ. In the academic Mulveyan sense, " Female Gaze " as a term isn't really a thing, as even if one's to invert the normal trend and fetishize male bodies as with the case of Magic Mike XXLit's still using the same film language and techniques male filmmakers used to film female bodies, just substituting male bodies for female bodies, meaning it technically still counts as male gaze.
This, at least, is the set up for Le Week-enda bitter, biting drama about bitter, biting people; a film that rages against the dying of the light.
Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent star as Meg and Nick, a pair of sparring academics whose 30th anniversary hits the buffers as their train pulls into Paris's Gare du Nord. Up ahead we shall find squabbles, misery and the rattling spectre of adultery. It's late afternoon, raining outside, and she has a few hours to spare between recording the voiceover for a documentary and rehearsing a role at the Royal Opera House.
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Talking about films is a novelty, she says, because she doesn't have a film career, it's really just a sideline. She's known more for her stage work or her appearances in such high-end telly productions as GBH or Shooting the Past.
But Le Week-end was shot on the hoof, with a small crew and the performers getting dressed inside Paris apartments, and that's the way she likes to work. She makes the whole experience sound like a joyous, airy dance.
On screen, it feels more akin to hell. Le Week-end is scripted by Hanif Kureishi and directed by Roger Michell and scratches hard at its themes of middle-class, middle-aged discontent. Nick is in the process of being drummed out of his faculty post and feels his promise has been squandered.
Meg wants to have an affair and quit her teaching job, and treats her partner with an overweening contempt. On a walk through Montmartre, she knocks him to the cobblestones and then laughs in his face. It is at this point, I'm guessing, that most viewers will decide they like Nick more than Meg.
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And I thought that this film has got to be balanced or what's the point? It's not the story of a beleaguered bloke. You've got to feel for both of them, you've got to see it all. It's undeniable that the character is acerbic and I love that about her. The couple have a son, Cal, who just turned 22 and works as the manager of an indie band.
I'm going to vote for her [Kagan] because I believe this election has consequences. And this president chose someone who is qualified to serve on this court and understands the difference between being a liberal judge and a politician. At the end of the day, it wasn't a hard decision She would not have been someone I would have chosen, but the person who did choose, President Obama, chose wisely.
In the National Journal 's ideological rankings of Senators, Graham was named 41st most-conservative in38th most-conservative in43rd most-conservative in33rd most-conservative in24th most-conservative in15th most-conservative in26th most-conservative in24th most-conservative in42nd most-conservative in33rd most-conservative in and 40th most-conservative in Christine Blasey Fordwho accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her while the two were in high school.
Ford asserted that, during a high school party, Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed, covered her mouth to keep her from screaming, and tried to strip off her clothing while she struggled to escape.
Ford was questioned by the Senate Judiciary CommitteeGraham declared himself unmoved by her testimony, doubting her recollection that it was Kavanaugh who had assaulted her. This compromise negated both the Democrats' use of a filibuster and the Republican " nuclear option " as described in the media. Under the agreement, the Democrats would retain the power to filibuster a Bush judicial nominee only in an "extraordinary circumstance", and subsequently, three conservative Bush appellate court nominees Janice Rogers BrownPriscilla Owen and William H.
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