RAN (乱), dir. Akira Kurosawa (1985)
you ain’t got no future, jack.
Now that they’re extinct, the Jedi are romanticized, deified. But if your strip away the myth and look at their deeds, the legacy of the Jedi is failure. Hypocrisy, hubris.
Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017) ➡ Directed by Rian Johnson
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“That’s my job, that’s what I do. I’d like to think if you’re seeing me you’re having the worst day of your life.”
I love you… you complete me
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“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm? An idea. Resilient… highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed - fully understood - that sticks; right in there somewhere.”
Inception (2010) dir. Christopher Nolan.
“Amélie has a strange feeling of absolute harmony. It’s a perfect moment. A soft light, a scent in the air, the quiet murmur of the city. A surge of love, an urge to help mankind overcomes her.”
“For the growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts; and that things are not so ill with you and me as they might have been, is half owing to the number who lives faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs.”
A Hidden Life (2019) dir. Terrence Malick.
*Peter puts on a song while driving with Tony in the Audi*
Tony: What A Wonderful World? Nice. I didn’t know you liked this kind of music-
Tony: Why is it just repeating Red Roses Too-
Tony: Peter Benjamin Parker if this is another one of your memes-
The Post 
I’m watching shark exorcist while eating a brownie sundae and all I can say is I wish your lame lives were as awesome as mine 😂
The thrills and excitement contained in Red Eye are undone by its convoluted plot.
Hotel manager Lisa (Rachel McAdams) is headed home via red-eye flight when the man sitting next to her (Murphy) informs her that he is an assassin. Her father will be killed unless she ensures an important guest is moved to a specific room where he will be murdered.
The performances are good and there’s plenty of tension. Planes are scary enough without people threatening to kill your family on them. Now Lisa has to carefully navigate this scenario or someone will die. Even if she follows the man’s orders, who’s to say she won’t be eliminated? But how to alert the authorities? That’s great. Unfortunately, the terrorist plot is terrible. As it is the engine at the center of this machine, it hampers the whole thing. If you break down all of the steps and list everything that could’ve gone wrong, you’ll realize this is one of the most idiotic assassination plots ever committed to film. As ludicrous as it sounds, The villains would’ve had better odds of success if they had parachuted legions of gun-wielding killers onto their target’s balcony. That, or the old “flower delivery guy turns out to be a hitman trick” would be simpler, cheaper, and more likely to succeed than the Rube Goldberg machine they’ve assembled.
Towards the end, the film turns into something completely different. As though - out of desperation - the screenwriter, realizing there just wasn’t a lot going on once the terrorist plot is revealed, took pages from another thriller they were working on and re-worked it into the ending of this movie. That conclusion is a complete misfire.
Despite everything, Red Eye is well assembled. Cillian Murphy is a terrific villain. Even though the guy doesn’t look particularly tough, he’s got an intensity about him and the way his cool, calm voice very politely informs our hero that she’s in way over her head, will give you chills. McAdams fits this role to a tee. There’s a certain quality about her you instantly latch onto. Had the movie worked I would have even applauded the brisk running time. Red Eye wastes no scenes. It gets right into the story immediately and has you hooked
I’m going to blame the environment for my underwhelmed response to Red Eye. Sitting at home, all comfortable is one thing. Sitting in a theater, committed to a specific timeframe with a stranger next to you? That would’ve been something. The fast pace would’ve blinded me to the story’s flaws. The way I saw it, the shortcomings were obvious. There are many aspects of Red Eye that should make it a success but as a whole, it’s a misfire. (Fullscreen version on DVD, February 11, 2015)
Madi: You should tell Clarke-
Bellamy: That I’m in love with her? Absolutely no way!
Madi: No, she already knows that-
Star Wars- Empire Strikes Back (1980)