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I love this movie's weird from-without rhyme with Wages of Fear/Sorcerer, where men carry explosives on a truck and are waylaid by bandits. And arguably when you've done that the film can't really replicate the suspense doing something as norm-city as a love triangle, but there's a kind of awesome logic to the digression. More movies should try it, to be honest, introduce a high stakes, death-defying stunt, then have the rest of the movie be a long…
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Maybe it's me but there's something kind of cheap and tawdry about giving your character a sort of accentuated handicap and playing it for scares? The treatment of Charlie broke the spell the movie attempts to cast in the first ten minutes. She produces a chocolate bar from her pocket that neither parent knows the origins of, hinting that she's one of those magic children movies love that just does things to which the parents of a heavily troubled…
For Willow and my brother and every amazing trans person who’s made my life better by being patient with me. For Autumn, Danielle, Lena, Caden, Carol, Alyssa, Sam, and Alice and the whole film twitter trans contingent. The world will be a better place when trans people and those who recognize that they are more than simply what they were told they were when they were born, replace people who accept everything st face value. Human beings are only going to survive if we evolve, in whatever way we must.