The Hunt for Red October as made by a Michael Bay wannabe who can’t even rise to the level of giving-a-propagandistic-crap. Absurd geopolitics and laugh-out-loud clichés abound; tension and excitement do not.
A fiercely feminist and proudly revisionist historical drama that offers a powerful and much-needed rebuke to modern Christianity. Enrapturingly beautiful and intensely emotional.
Women who’ve read Knowles’s crap already knew this.
Pop over and give ’em some traffic, if you would (and maybe leave a comment)… [This post is not behind the paywall.]
It’s pretty goddamn clear that the “magic bullet” is this: Hire more women.
We need to talk about Llewyn Davis. Cuz there’s a thing that no one else has been talking about when trying to interpret this film…
Because why on Earth should a multibillion-dollar global corporation like Time Inc. have to pay its employees? That’s an unnecessary burden on a business.
If it’s a thankless, underpaid job… then of course it’ll be left to women to do. Thanks, guys!
…about British film.