Not exactly an alluring title, I guess. But for the most part, I find the Star Wars spinoffs uninspiring. Maybe I’m just an old guy stuck on the original trilogy, but I do find them the best of the lot. Solo was no exception to my general lack of enthusiasm for the ongoing franchise. While… Read More Super quick review of a wannabe blockbuster – Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
In Norse myth Loki is in some sources the son of two giants who confounds the gods with various tricks until he’s fastened to a rock after bringing about the death of Balder. On the day of Ragnarok Loki will break free and fight in an epic battle against the Norse gods. The American scholar… Read More Loki – A Trickster For Today
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I’ve been neglecting updates to Think Free over the past while. Been focussing on spies and crime and having a gay ol’ time doing so. But I knew this entry about Luke Skywalker was sitting here, waiting to be updated. Sometimes it’s a good thing to not rush into an update but just let it… Read More Luke Skywalker – The hero with a scary father
Caution! May contain spoilers. Quentin Tarantino is known for his edgy and satirical take on violence which most people can only stomach within the context of a novel, videogame, movie or TV show. I harp on Carl Jung a lot not only because I did my doctorate on Jung but because his views have informed… Read More Review – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino)
“In these cases ‘science’ is being used as a proxy to back up racism. White people feeling a sense of ownership of a symbol from their childhood are trying to use wacky arguments to ‘keep Ariel white’.” Source: Racists are attempting to prove that mermaids can’t be black using ‘science’ – INSIDER
Zoya Akhtar on how the ‘female narrative’, especially on the digital medium, has been exploring female sexuality like never before. Source: All these years, physical assault was allowed to be shown on-screen but not consensual sex: Zoya Akhtar | Entertainment News, The Indian Express + When I studied in India in the late 20th century… Read More All these years, physical assault was allowed to be shown on-screen but not consensual sex: Zoya Akhtar | Entertainment News, The Indian Express | + Opinion