Only the Brave. Robot; eps3. Though technically stretching the definition of "live action," Disney's new "Jungle Book" film stars a real human boy as Mowgli and a whole bunch of computer generated talking animals that you probably wouldn't realize were not real if nobody told you.
It takes place at a formal dinner gala full of billionaire museum donors, an atmosphere of quiet desperation and a shirtless man impersonating an ape. That sounds like a challenge. Let's do it!
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But the relationship that lasted the longest was with someone who could easily match his level of oddness, Helena Bonham Carter. The two met while Burton was making Planet of the Apes. Just ask James Cameron. But almost immediately, their relationship was in trouble.
One of the biggest topics in the ever-evolving discussion surrounding 13 Reasons Why has been about the show's graphic rape scenes. Though strategic camerawork ensures that nudity isn't the focus of these sequences, the content is extremely troubling — and that's the point. It's important to show the disturbing nature of such a vile crime, but there may be reasons you want to skip the scenes.
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The heart wants what it wants. And sometimes what it wants is a robot or a sex doll or an operating system. We're not speaking from experience.
After young Jane Dree Hemingway buys an old thermos at a yard sale — she thinks it will make a nice vase — she discovers a large amount of cash inside it. Rather than return the money, she begins to insert herself into the life of the woman who sold it to her, offering the elderly Sadie Besedka Johnson rides to the market or going with her to bingo. Mutually skeptical of each other at first, they each come to be exactly what the other needs. Yet even as the film explores the mundane elements of the workaday lifestyle around adult entertainment, that other film industry on the flip side of the Hollywood Hills, that world remains its backdrop and not its main focus.
Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women, there remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation and destroy the male sex. It is now technically feasible to reproduce without the aid of males or, for that matter, females and to produce only females. We must begin immediately to do so.
The great joy of movies, when they work, is the sense that you're being carried away by the world that the film has created on the screen. An invisible, emotional link exists between viewer and filmmaker, and for a couple of hours you are held in that movie's embrace, ready to see the story through to the end. Then the end comes, and it's … well, it's not what you thought it would be. We've all felt that lack of fulfillment at the end of a long cinematic journey.