|"Family no more" very much describes the atmosphere in the US since 2008, especially as Obama continues to glorify his legacy by furiously fanning the flames of division as he prepares to leave office (hopefully). Let's talk about betrayal for a moment. In the analysis of the trailer for The Mummy with Tom Cruise, we know that Princess Ammunet feels she was betrayed out of her destiny; that kind of "betrayal" is more enttitlement, that she felt she deserved something and it was held out away from her (please see The Mummy & Entitlement for more). The F8 family have a bond together and know one another, so for Dom to abandon them is a genuine betrayal. Why would the issue of a man betraying his family be the subject of a major motion picture? What man has betrayed those who thought they knew him and trusted him to take care of them? Maybe black people trusting Obama would take care of them and he let them down, maybe?|
So, what about Dom?
To Kill a Demon: Warcraft for more); why is this important? Because F8 wants us to think about Lothar and Medivh because that is where F8 is taking Dom; why? I think The Conjuring II may have the answer.
Helen Mirren's character.
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