Contributing writer for The Artifice.
Junior Contributor I
The idea of inception in movies can secretly trick the human mind.
Think deeply about how movies such as Inception, Interstellar, or Memento get people to think over and over again about the outcome of the movie, and if they have the same exact thoughts as the movie director had. Movies like this use the depth of the mind to extract a thought-process that evokes a sense of confusion and disbelief. Do movie director’s do this on purpose, or is just the viewer thinking too deeply about the outcome or plot?
This show has absolutely changed the way I look at love and life. I was in-fact one of those people who were upset that Barney and Robin didn’t end up together; however, I did enjoy that the ending to the show was very surprising and kept me on my toes. I did not get closure in the show, but it kept me searching for something more in my life and wanting me to make the most out of everything; which was, in my opinion, the essence of the show.
Great article. I relate this to the death of The Joker in the Batman series. The Joker and Batman will always be a treasured masterpiece in comic history.
I believe that the evolution of Disney princesses to show more strength and willpower is astonishing, and will help the younger generation of Disney princess lovers to develop a deeper personality.