So as some of you would know, the
great movie for horny and sexual deprived people movie 50 Shades of Grey came out on Valentines Day… how original! Great job Hollywood, didn’t see that one coming! Am I going to be judgmental if you saw it as a girl? Nah…not really but I’m sure you felt like throwing up since you thought, “This isn’t how I learned how to have sex when they taught me about ‘it’ in grade-school. People in Hollywood have umped the ante…I don’t think I can keep up!” Hollywood is always been showing unrealistic and dark themes that make us want to try it out.
I can imagine some guys who asked their girlfriends out to this movie (probably not the best choice) or they went by themselves hoping that after the movie they would find a pretty girl to apply what they learned in the movie. I know…very sick. Instead of asking a girl next to you about going out for a blizzard, you ask her to be part of a “study” and say it’s “purely academic.”
It didn’t quite end up like that but:
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“A college student who has been accused of raping a classmate told authorities he was reenacting scenes from “Fifty Shades of Grey,” authorities said.” -Washington Post
“After bringing the 19-year-old woman back to his dorm room at the University of Illinois at Chicago on Saturday, Mohammad Hossain, 19, used multiple belts to restrain and beat his victim while he assaulted her, the state’s attorney’s office told The Washington Post.”
Sometimes, people try to make up things because they don’t like that person but for a situation like this, forensics and investigators will be easily able to see if she is telling the truth.
The alleged incident began when Hossain asked the woman — a UIC student he had previously “been intimate with,” but was not currently romantically involved with — to strip for him, Steve Campbell, a spokesperson for State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez, told The Post.
After the woman removed all of her clothing except for her underwear and bra, authorities allege, Hossain covered her eyes with a knit cap and bound her hands above her head to the bed. He used a second belt to bind her legs and stuffed a tie in her mouth, authorities said. After removing her remaining clothes, Hossain began striking the woman with another belt. When she asked him to stop, saying “no,” “stop” and “you’re hurting me,” he refused. Hossain continued striking the woman — including with his fists, according to the Tribune — and “verbally indicated that he would not stop” as the woman shook her head and cried, Campbell told The Post.
When Hossain’s roommate showed up outside the dorm room and attempted to open the door, Hossain held it shut, authorities allege.” -Washington Post
First of all, don’t even get in that position. I mean, that’s just asking for it. Secondly If convicted (I think there’s enough evidence him) , he would be charged from 6 to 30 years in prison. It’s people like this that just make me boiling with rage. In my mind, he should be a dead man since he’s sick and a disgrace. Would I blame Hollywood for this? Not exactly but the kind of unrealistic movies does cause people like this to imagine what it would like to do this.
Yes, I believe in the death penalty for rape and murder. It is not “inhumane” like many liberals say. If you are “inhumane” to commit those crimes, it is only right that you shouldn’t be in society. Just think, another person in jail means that your tax dollars are being used for a rapist to keep on living. Have you ever thought about it?
Plus, liberals also believe that it is fine to end your life with an injection as well. So what’s the difference between the two. How would this be different than being injected with poison just like someone who wants an injection to end their life? Oh, I forgot…the one difference is that person is a murderer or rapist.
Do people ever wonder about the victim…usually a woman? Liberals and I differ on a couple of ideas but this is just ignorant and illogical. Basically, what I’m seeing is that they care more about the person who committed the crime than the victim.
You know what the Romans would do if this happened? They would crucify you on the cross. It was the most horrible way to die back then because it was “a form of slow and painful execution in which the victim is tied or nailed to a large wooden cross and left to hang until dead.” – Wiki
Am I necessarily saying that this should be done today? No, not really but this drove fear into many hearts back then and it could be caused as a fear motivator so people start to get the memo that they shouldn’t commit murder or rape. Right now, I believe there is no justice out there in the world. If you remember, I wrote in my poem, “The murderers and rapists are let go/while they reveal their middle-finger at me” because I believe in justice…is that such a bad thing. Right now, people believe that they can do whatever they want and get away with it…or maybe you get some time in jail and pay a huge fine. You even get a couple of chances to not be given the death penalty. My belief is that once you commit a crime, you are not human and you aren’t benefiting society. I believe in mercy and forgiveness but when you mentally or physically hurt someone else there should be no forgiveness from humans.
If you disagree with this, you will never ever be friends with an INTJ person because INTJ’s crave justice. It would be illogical to do anything else. If you were in Russia with Vladamir Putin as president, you wouldn’t last second because it is a capital punishment. I disagree with him on a couple of things but when it comes to morals and values, he is a very typical INTJ.
The Imitation Game is a historical drama that discusses the role that cytologists and mathematicians played in World War II.
Released in theaters: November 28, 2014
Running Time: 114 minutes
Quick plot: It’s in the early 1940’s and the Nazi Germans are attacking Europe. In Britain, air raids have become frequent and thousands of soldiers are dying on the battlefield. The British government then recruits the country’s best mathematicians and scientists to help break the code for the Enigma, which is the machine the Germans use to send instructions to their military personnel. A Cambridge-educated cytologist (Benedict Cumberbatch) and a woman scientist (Keira Knightley) are both invited to be part of the project. Not only do the Nazi’s have their own secrets, Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) has his own secret that many people wouldn’t agree with.
Thoughts: I was so excited that this movie was going to take a different angle on the war. Superb acting by Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley. The movie also does a nice job of explaining the ideas behind cryptography.
Honesty, there wasn’t really any bad in this movie except for the violence. Hardly any language but one of the main themes in this movie is sexual identity.
If you haven’t seen the trailer, here it is!
This is my second movie review! This time it’s for Big Hero 6, which is an animated movie. This is the origin story of the same-titled superhero comic.
Release Date: November 5, 2014.
Genre: Family and Kids
Running Time: 102 minutes
The Quick Story is: This movie is set in the fictional futuristic city of San Fransokyo and the story follows a 14-year-old genius Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter). Hiro would rather spend his time fighting robots than going to school. Then Hiro’s older brother, Tadashi ( voiced by Daniel Tenney), shows him the “marvels” of his university’s robotics lab. Hiro’s older brother and his friends worn on amazing projects under the department chair of Callaghan (voiced by James Cromwell). To get into the program, Hiro invents microbots. His inventions are so impressive that he is accepted in the program. After a terrible event, all that is left with Hiro is his inflatable robot Baymax ( voiced by Scott Adsit). Hiro then realizes something and has to fight a masked villain with his friends.
You’ll have to watch the movie to see the plot. I hope you like that I’m kind of getting you the plot but leaving it vague so it doesn’t reveal anything big!
My opinions: This year hasn’t been a big year for a lot of great animation movies. This is the best animation movie of the year. I didn’t know what to expect but this movie kept my interest all through. There are many lessons that can be learned in this movie. It’s action-packed as well. This movie will attract older teens like me and younger teens.
I think it’s totally fine for younger teens and younger if you were wondering to take your child to this movie. If you want to have a “fun date” with your child, this is the movie to see.
Rating: I give this movie .
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I love going out and watching all kinds of movies. The first movie that I’m going to review on this blog that I saw is Intersteller.
Came out November 5, 2014
Genre: Science Fiction
Running Time: 169 minutes
The quick story is: This story takes place in the future (of course) where there is a severe drought, which has killed most of the world’s crops. Humans are dying of starvation and disease. Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) a former pilot/engineer has started his new life as a farmer. Cooper’s daughter has a love for science and she swears she’s got a ghost in her bedroom leaving messages in code. Cooper finally tries to help his daughter with the code. This leads them to a secret lab run by Professor Brand (Michael Caine). Brand reveals that they sent a group of scientists through a wormhole leading to another galaxy. There’s now a small group of people who must embark on a mission to see whether any of those scientists found the planet.
You’ll have to watch the movie to see the rest of the plot.
My opinions: I was so excited to hear that Christopher Nolan was directing another movie. I absolutely love his movies. When I heard that it was supposed to be a outer-space movie, I wasn’t as excited since I’m not really into those movies. However, I was surprised of how well it was made. First of all, great actors and actresses. The visuals are gorgeous. It did take some time for the movie to really get going but then it really caught my attention.
If you have some extra money in your pocket and want to go out and watch some movie on the big screen…this is the movie to see.
Now, there is a bit of language and violence so you should maybe watch the movie first before letting your younger teens watch this movie.
Rating: When it comes to space movies, this is the best one of the year. I really enjoyed it. So my rating is .
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