Can superhero cause harm? Or, the worse, be considered reckless for causing collateral damages of unprecedented magnitude and, at the some points, being accused of doing violence against human rights due to performing methods of his own? That’s the central theme of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latest Ben Afleck’s movie.
The duel between Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod has left thousands of casualties. Instead of happiness, Superman brings suffers to others due to the magnitude of the battle, though the general is finally deceased by the demigod. At the same time, Batman (Ben Afleck) prefers to perform crime eradication with his own methods, leaving policemen and some people angry. People are getting tired of superhero, then, with Superman treated as Read more
The use of scientific method to engineer society has been a popular theme for movies. For quite a long time, people are fascinated by the desire to control and show supremation to others by means of logically-sound techniques. The campaign of the supremation of scientific methods and logic has never ceased despite the facts that the employment of its discoveries to engineer society always ends in failure. That’s the core of the latest movie of Divergent the Series entitled Allegiant.
Jeanine is dead, leaving an uncontrolled society in which a battle of interests occurs. Such condition forces Tris (Shailene Woodley) and her friends to leave Chicago for good: to find new world by jumping over the Wall. Accompanied by Four (Theo James), Caleb Read more
When it comes to fantasy, I don’t have another choice b it Neil Gaiman’s works. I’m not only amazed by his wild imagination, but also by the way he paints fantasy and magic with his words. While reading his novels, I often take a short stop, a pause, only to create my own visual projection, my mental image, on the characters he created. Such stop is never boring, actually. In fact, I discover it as something necessary. One thing I learn from Neil Gaiman is a great writer always embraces his readers’ capacity and inner desire to have their own fantasy. I have this thought after reading his works such asStardustandNeverwhere. Here, I want to share my experience with Neil Gaiman’sStardust.
Written in concise manner,Stardustconsists of complex mixtures: Love; magic; adventure; eternal life; curse; and fight for power. The story is started when a young man named Dunstan Thorn visited Faerie Market and met his first love, Una, who happened to be cursed by a witch named Semele. Nine months later, in the town of Read more
Shocking incident has the ability to change the way we perceive everything. The world has become worse than ever when it happens since, at that moment, we are lack of self-confidence. Anybody who finds someone to boost that innate spirit of human’s life is considered lucky. This has been the central theme of the Alice Through the Looking Glass, the latest Sacha Baron Cohen’s movie and the sequel to the Alice in Wonderland made in 2010.
Having shown herself as a brave and successful naval captain of East India Company (EIC), Alice Kingsleigh (Mia Wasikowska) is shocked after knowing the fact that her mother has sold 10 percent of his father’s stock to her former lover, Hamish Ascot (Lee Bill). The mother, Helen Kingsleigh (Lindsay Duncan), wants her daughter to have normal life like common woman of her era. She must stop being a captain, and surrender to Read more
Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is a former special forces soldier who spends his after-service years protecting the weak. A paid service. Then he meets Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) who changes his boring life. Everything turns different since he is diagnosed cancer. Depressed, he leaves Vanessa to get Read more