I'm a writer who is going to become a critic. I also plan on writing my own fiction. I'm working towards a BA in English Writing with a minor in film studies.
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The Raid definitely is revolutionary in action scenes. Although the film isn’t that good (at least to me), the action scenes make me want to watch it again and again.
The Wii U has and is releasing some of the best Nintendo games to have come out in over a decade. Nintendo gets an unnecessary amount of hate because they don’t support third party gaming as much as their competitors do, which is a negative. But they release the best first party games of their competitors hands down.
Eternal Darkness is my jam all the time.
I love this list a lot, I’m glad to see the Xenomorph on here and Godzilla definitely deserves to be on the top. I’m confused though, where are numbers 3 and 4? I feel like I missed something on reading this.
You should, they’re really good!
Lots of straight people are interested in and supportive of the LGBTQ community. Most people watch “Blue” for the story and interesting relationship and not for the sex scenes . . .
The reason the second half feels longer is because they didn’t really have a transition between when they were younger and when they were older. In the graphic novel, there is a scene where Clementine’s (Adele’s) parents find out that she is a lesbian and kick her out of their house and their life. In the graphic novel, this was the bridge between younger Clementine and Emma. They originally had this scene in the film, but had to cut it because of the length.
However, they couldn’t end the film after the first half because the story of Adele and Emma’s relationship wasn’t complete yet.
I wouldn’t get rid of the sex scenes at all. They do add a lot to show the love between the two characters and it helps understand the bond between the two characters.
However, the scenes are stylistically done very differently. While the rest of the film feels very natural and realistic, the sex scenes had an unrealistic lighting, there was a weird spot light on the bed, etc. So the scenes stylistically felt out of place and even if they were done naturally and realistically, the audience doesn’t need seven minutes nonstop of sex to understand the love and bond between the characters.