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The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest

In the novel “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest,” Lisbeth Salander finds herself in a life-threatening situation when her father, a covert Russian operative with a history in the KGB and now an oligarch, attempts to end her life. This occurs while they are both recuperating in a hospital after a violent confrontation where […]

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MacArthur Park

As I listen to Donna Summer’s “MacArthur Park,” a stream of reflections flows through my mind. The homeless individuals in Santa Monica, seeking refuge in public washrooms, are also created in God’s image-He must of had a very good reason to do that. Even if I were to contribute a fortune, be it a million […]

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Nomads

In the shadowed twilight of Santa Monica, a mysterious black van emerged from the mist. Its arrival was silent, save for the soft crunch of tires on the cool, damp sand. These were no ordinary wanderers seeking refuge under the city’s glowing lights; they were hostile, malevolent spirits cloaked in the guise of nomads. Their […]

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Megalopolis

“Megalopolis,” a film depicting a massive disaster, seems almost redundant in a world already besieged by real calamities. With widespread famines, forest fires, floods, earthquakes, and conflicts, the line between cinema and reality blurs. It raises the question: amidst these global crises, why do governments allocate funds to military endeavors reminiscent of the Vietnam War […]

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Circle of Fear

Don’t you find that classic TV horror films have a unique chill to them? The episode “Legion of Demons” from “Circle of Fear” is particularly terrifying. It delves into the steep cost of pursuing success in Los Angeles.

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Exploring the Extraordinary World of “Jumpers”

The movie “Jumpers” takes audiences on a thrilling ride through a world where individuals possess the incredible ability to teleport instantaneously to any location. In this fantastical universe, known as “Jumpers,” these extraordinary individuals, aptly named Jumpers, navigate a myriad of challenges and opportunities, showcasing the breadth and depth of their powers.

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Jumpers

The film “Jumpers” explores teleportation and the conflict with anti-globalization Palatans. Jumpers use teleportation to evade danger at home and escape challenging life situations, while Palatins view them as abominations, believing teleportation should be reserved for God and their community.

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Joker Escapes

Let it all burn. God is going to destroy it all anyways.

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We Don’t Need Your Daddy’s Money

In the cozy apartment close to Disneyland, we unravel the revelation that Daisy never escaped the asylum and delve into the unsettling details of her incestuous ties with her father, culminating in Daisy’s tragic suicide. The intensity peaks as Daisy requests Valium from Lisa, reminiscent of her asylum days—a scene that leaves a lasting impact.

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Rooftop Scene

The rooftop negotiators scene encapsulates the essence of “Judgement Night.” The exchange, “Do you know who we are? You have no idea, do you,” captures the whole spirit.

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