|The star of the newest Terminator: Genesys, Jai Courtney (Divergent, Jack Reacher), has revealed that the film is not a sequel nor a prequel; it builds off the previous films and makes the way for future sequels, however, " we start in a place we're familiar with from the early films and then, you know, circumstances change." From the way the interview goes, you might almost think the film occupies a place in an alternative universe. He clearly states that it's not a re-make of the original, but "we don't necessarily start where the last one left off." How is that for ambiguous? Terminator: Genesys is typical of the films made in the 1980s to fight off socialism and all its evils (by showing us a future where socialism had taken root and destroyed everything and everyone) and is being "resurrected" today in order to fight off socialism again, like Evil Dead, Red Dawn, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers, etc.|
|Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman for the upcoming Batman vs Superman Dawn Of Justice. Where on earth is she? She looks like she's in that volcano place where Spock was dropped at the start of Star Trek Into Darkness.|
[A] genre of literature, and sometimes graphic and performing
arts, in which vices, follies, abuses and shortcomings are held
up to ridicule, ideally with the intent of shaming individuals,
corporations, government or society itself, into improvement.
Although satire is usually meant to be humorous, its greater
purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit as a
weapon and as a tool to dram attention to both particular and
wider issues in society.
Having defined that, the story follows four black students at an ivy league college; one of the (white) fraternities decides to throw a "hip-hop" themed party which causes the campus black student population to riot. Let's watch two of the trailers and, remember, this is a satire, so each of the people you see are meant to be a stereotype of some kind of behavior:
Eat Your Art Out,
The Fine Art Diner