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Black Panther, like many great works of fiction, succeeds in offering a platform to openly explore & discuss matters too sensitive, too difficult for the real world. Though it’s action scenes are average at best (it’s a superhero film so it has to be mentioned), the underlying messages implied more than outweighs it. All credit … More (Very very) short Black Panther review
To watch Murder on the Orient Express is very much like reading a book; therein lies its beauty and ‘lack of hype’. The mass audience this day and age lack the appreciation for a story which spectacle isn’t in its audio and visual, but in its character development that is moved along by unseen revelations … More Some Thoughts on The Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
There is a kind whose paths leave emptiness. A plight that cares not beyond its current thirst. The ones who shed its own blood. Us.
In ones and zeroes we witness our betrayal; skin-deep echoes of societal portrayals. Deceptions. Fabrications. Of a fatal existence dressed in wondrous fables.
Only in shimmering lights do we find ourselves; a truth spoken by the old; a worth weight in gold; rapture for those whose souls are sold.
Out of our time, I had rhyme. Out of your pit, I had no leech. Now I’m here, alive and well with a tale to tell; but just for you, Hell.