Kenji Kawai - Innocence (Soundtrack Ghost In The Shell 2)
Song starts at 0:56.
The conclusion to the Ghost in the Shell series was actually the first part of it I ever saw. Now that I’ve seen both films, the show, and made for tv movie I’ll put the series to bed until I can get my hands on the manga.
Despite A’s kind suggestion, I decided to watch American Psycho.
It’s about a sociopath who is able to kill a whole lot of people because he’s very privileged. Then, after two hours, the movie ends suddenly without the main character having to deal with any of his shit. Got blueballed from the cathartic ending to the slasher flick. At least Falling Down had the good sense for it’s protagonist to get shot to death at the end.
“We have to constantly ask ourselves, is this an improvement or are we making things worse?” - on all the technology used on childbirth
If you are a woman who plans on having a baby some day, you should at least give this movie a chance just for the sake of being informed.
I watched this movie because a friend from high school told me that she decided to alter her carrer path to become a midwife because of it.
The film talks about maternal health in the United States is comparatively terrible to other nations because of the way that hospitals are run like businesses. It includes a lot of footage of home births, which reminded me how unbelievably painful birth looks to be.
Falling Down is one of the genre of angry white men films. In the film a “regular guy” decides to break the retraining order preventing him from seeing his ex and child. So he periodically harasses his ex-wife via telephone while crossing the city on foot. On the way he beats up people for affronting his sense of entitlement.
Ronin is a sparse spy-action film littered with stars from 90s films. It does the spy thing well because it intrigues the viewer as to the backstory of the protagonists or the true nature of the MacGuffin, then purposefully doesn’t tell you what those are.
Super 8 takes on the task of updating the genre of monster movies, in the style of many of the films Spielberg produces. It’s also a film about making movies and coping with loss.
Aaand thanks no doubt to my dear friend theyoungdoyley: I was certain while watching the movie that the core romance was going to be revealed to be incestuous. Specifically, half-brother/half-sister. For your edification I have collated the reasons/justifications for my very first incest ship.
Joe’s mom worked with Alice’s father at the plant. Joe’s mom covered shifts for him before.
Joe’s dad hates Alice’s dad because he blames him for her death, or something else?
Alice has a tearfest when Joe tells her about his mother who died in a plant accident. She says something like ‘My dad wishes it had been him, and sometimes I wish the same thing.’
CONCLUSION: They totally have the same mother and should kiss anyhow.