Dunkirk 2: This Time It’s Artless
I’m convinced that “Colin Trevorrow” is the codename for a computer program that assembles movies out of cliches from other movies. So I’d say it’s less a “motif” than a “logical process.”
It should be about people that come across some dinosaurs, and are at first fascinated and awed by them, then become increasingly frightened until they’re finally running away from said dinosaurs. They haven’t done one like that before, have they?
Yep, there’s no demographic group closely associated with Judy Garland besides old people. [Puts finger to earpiece.] Who? Them? Oh, so that’s what “friend of Dorothy” means!
There’ve been off-brand X-Men before there were X-Men; just look at the 1953 Theodore Sturgeon novel More Than Human.
I joined a conspiracy thread cause I love them but it was all “Obama is a Muslim” “trump is Jesus” and “this event was a black flag” and so I quickly unsubscribed. I just want to read about ghosts, aliens and the occasional jfk theory.
Hey all. Just wanted to drop in here and give a very sincere thank you to everyone who’s read the piece and everyone who’s commented below. I had to kind of talk myself into writing this, for a number of reasons, but I’m glad I did, and I’m deeply moved by the responses here—by those of you sharing your own…
The entire sequence of Susan and Mark investigating, their capture and Mark’s escape, and then the coup de grace of the second window scene, is the purest sustained terror King ever achieved. And he doesn’t let it pass either -- Mark does a bunch of brave and strong things (although nothing out of reach for a kid) but…
“He’s right; I don’t trust it!”