Catharsis, Coercion, and Marvel’s Conservative Cinema: The MCU could actually be influencing our society, politics, and ideology, more than we realize. This video delves into the normative politics of the MCU and the way it dilutes ideology and radical sentiment through the theories of Augusto Boal, Aristotle, and Machiavelli. Join Pillar of Garbage in a journey from the ancient Greek roots of modern drama to the present day, as we figure out just how and why Marvel films support the status quo.
“Movie Critic in Bad Faith” is a term used to describe a critic who approaches a movie with the intention of discrediting it, rather than offering a genuine critique. These critics may have personal biases against the movie or the filmmaker, and their reviews may be based more on these biases than on the actual merits of the film. This type of criticism can be damaging not only to the movie being reviewed, but also to the reputation of the critic, as it undermines the credibility of their opinions. It is important for moviegoers to be aware of the potential for bad faith criticism and to seek out reviews from trustworthy sources who approach movies with an open mind and a fair evaluation.
In this, Pillar of Garbage examines two attempts of critics of the movie “Glass Onion”:
It’s a dangerous thing to mistake speaking without thought for speaking the truth.
There’s bad takes, and then there’s outright falsehood. The Critical Drinker’s video on Glass Onion embraces both.
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