Sucker Punch was derided on release as not much more than lurid fantasy but if you watch closely you’ll find a much better story than you ever thought was in this movie. This video will help you see it.
You probably don’t understand Full Metal Jacket, like me, unless you’re very clever or you’ve watched this excellent video analyzing the film: Jung’s influence is revealed in full contrast here.
A Wisecrack classic, this video dives into what’s really going on with Tolkien’s philosophy as he crafts Lord of the Rings: “Tolkien envisioned the End of History, as being likewise eucatastrophic; that though history would be nothing more than “the long defeat,” it would ultimately have a happy ending as unexpected as the eagles arriving at Mount Doom.”
Wisecrack was back in form with this video to take a look at what infamous director, Rian Johnson, was trying to do and where he was trying to take the franchise. It doesn’t try to excuse what Rian did but it does show that Rian Johnson was thinking deeper things directing Star Wars than we might give him credit for.
This incredible 50-episode series recreates the Anne of Green Gables books in vintage, beautiful Ghibli-style Japanese anime.
Like Stories Of Old usually takes a handful of movies and crafts a relevant narrative around a central theme they contain. The level of careful thought, insight, and impact makes Like Stories Of Old reliably exceptional. First watch Everything Everywhere All At Once and then watch this Must Watch YouTube.
Movies with Mikey’s take on the original John Wick showcases the incredible creativity, talent, and passion the creator puts into his videos. Along the way we reveals a brilliant take on what’s really going on in John Wick. Almost every Movies With Mikey movie review is Must Watch YouTube.
The following are comments I wrote on the YouTube video, Silence – The Deconstruction of Faith, a great video essay, itself, where I lay out my frustrations with the film. I have recorded them here for posterity and access.
Here’s Pink’s Just Give Me a Reason in an orchestral arrangement,
This imperfectly played, imperfectly tuned, and imperfectly recorded rendition of Pachelbel’s Canon in D is perfect.