So I see a lot - and I mean a LOT of biased opinions floating around about the queer community based around stigma, bigoted cis/hetero propaganda, and just plain uncertainty.
And usually when this stuff crops up - both sides don’t discuss it. Usually it starts out with side A, the cishet folks that are extremely uninformed, getting upset over something they don’t understand and draw conclusions for themselves - and then side B, members of the queer community that see this bias, and (understandably) get enraged and turn to insults and sloppy arguments against the misinformed.
Well I talked about the issues about things non-related to the film itself. And now I finally saw the movie itself.. Not gonna lie, it was fucking awesome.. So lets see if I can make a good review of it. I'm no WindWaker430, but I do my best..
So I saw this film with my sister and her boyfriend (PS: She’s younger kwa at least a year).
So lets start with the first thing.. The laugh.. This movie takes a very unexpected approach. It addresses the infamish joker laugh as a ongoing condition, rather than the usual evil laugh cliche. It's something Arthur Fleck cannot control. There's always a certain...
Kevin: *Plays piano* David: *Playing bass* Liam: *Playing drums* Liz: *Plays guitar* Mr. Nut: *Sings* Welcome everybody to The Nut House. Thankfully this is not in Laos. Come on everybody into The Nut House. wewe can wear anything except for a blouse. Come on everybody, step into The Nut House. Everyone: The Nut House!
Episode 17: Fast But Not Furious
It was an average afternoon in The Nut House, but that would soon change.
Parker: *Walks into the restaurant* Kevin: Well, he seems pretty happy. Liam: Hello Parker. Parker: Hi guys. Guess what. Kevin: You're moving into a different state. Liam: You...