It’s Not About You: Godzilla: King of the Monsters and the Legacy of Toho
However, Godzilla: King of the Monsters maintains the legacy of the franchise in a way that the 1998 or 2014 do not because of their overtly Western narrative frameworks. It concentrates on the kaiju, first and foremost, while obscuring the human stories in order to broaden the thematic world beyond the human perspective, and it maintains the environmental critique that has been present since the first film. Within the legacy of Toho, the film is everything one could expect.
The Second Day of the Rest of Your Life: Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
“If we were vampires and death was a joke We’d go out on the sidewalk and smoke And laugh at all the lovers and their plans I wouldn’t feel the need to hold your hand Maybe time running out is…
Of The 1950s
It would not be long until the boom of Hollywood in 1946 would begin to crumble under the weight of paranoia and scandal. The marks of war still remained and the claws of global dissension began to creep into the…
Life on Mars
The Apollo program that took twelve men to the moon had a staff that numbered around 400,000 people. Mark Watney is stuck on Mars, alone.