#295, or #554, Halloween is a month-long event online, so it's time for 1981's "Halloween II."
🏳️🌈 "Anne+" (2021), self-eval, light anti-American sentiment
some of this is obviously in, being in a dark room with three dozen gays and laughing at stuff that isn't even jokes obviously elevates however I would feel about this watching it at home
and there's a bit of "death to America" there also, obv
🏳️🌈 "Anne+" (2021)
anyway, enjoyed the movie
some of the criticism I had about the show got deftly addressed by aiming it at Anne's novel, and the movie answers that criticism about as well as it can within the setup it has
it was fun and funny and pleasant -- except when it wasn't -- and it was joyful
@Alexis The downside of that timeline is all throughout the 2000s you had frat bros obnoxiously quoting lines from the Halloween movies
re: 🕷️ "Spider-Man" (2002)
@Alexis my interpretation to all that is actually he was an idiot and completely wrong/misguided, but coincidentally that mist did have some side effects
re: "Spider-Man" (2002)
@The_T I mean, yeah, it's Norman, it's usually his extreme hyper-confidence that tricks him into an absolute clown car full of poor decisions
Amazing Spider-Man 2 light spoiler, re: 🕷️ "Spider-Man" (2002)
@Alexis I also think it's interesting that both movie versions of him cause these decisions to lead to his death before he can become a real threat.
This is the private residence of Alex Daily.