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If Sylvester Stallone gets the books, does Stone Cold Steve Austin get the pregnancy?
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
Prior to an analysis, I would just like to lay out the question one more time (the first time having been the official title up ahead). "If Sylvester Stallone gets the books, does Stone Cold ...
Superman Returns (2006) review: good teaches evil to believe in itself
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
For a very long time, Superman Returns is a film that has confounded me. I’ve always had a respect for the picture, but at the same time I’ve usually found it difficult to truly enjoy ...
Nocturnal Animals review: experiences that come to life, so that they can reject themselves
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
In the past, I’ve alluded to the possibility that Nocturnal Animals is the greatest movie of all time. Now this might still be true (I happen to no longer believe that 1977’s The Sentinel has ...
Give people mansions because they can breathe, and because they can count to 10
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
I don’t exactly believe in mansions. Mansions are nothing more than the effect of miscalculated management and government. If people were much better at co-ordinating with other people, mansions along with nationalism and skyscrapers wouldn’t ...
The Battle of Hastings in 1066 was reality's inability to worship Hollywood
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
The opposite, of Hollywood being the means to protect the Battle of Hastings is British history being the means to end Hollywood – and British history being a weapon against Hollywood is the past being ...
Why Scarlett Johansson is the visual appearance of fairness
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
If Scarlett Johansson can be a mother to all men, but not to all women, it’s fascinating to wonder if there’s something wrong. A mother to all men is not a natural mother. A non-natural ...
Are planets boring, if Daisy Ridley can't be egotistical when having sex?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
Daisy Ridley is a living being. Planets are the same. With egotism and sex not being living beings, it means that between the four components there is already a 50/50 split. Since planets can’t interact ...
I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997): film review
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
For the 1997 horror film, I Know What You Did Last Summer, it’s none other than through the following idea that I wish to talk of the film: a goal that gives its status to ...
Should I teach the Taliban to teach the Bush administration to teach the Iraq War to be a father to the actress Talitha Bateman?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
If I say "in my mind", I create the problem of presuming that subjectivity can follow objectivity. That objectivity – which means accuracy – actually has the ability to be betrayed; since when should that ...
Is philosophy the way that nightclubs fool Dick Cheney into not protecting sarcasm from nightclubs?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
It may not be logical, but it seems natural to associate nightclubs with sarcasm. Sarcasm has many variations, and many different types of mode, but as an abstract idea I don’t see a reason to ...
Why all British businessmen should lick the house of George Clooney (in case you're wondering)
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
Nostalgia is always bittersweet. It’s necessary but without use. Being sentimental is supposed to be a sweet part of the human condition, but at the same time it’s never for a practical purpose. Which brings ...
Disney Princesses, and the threat of women who own non-alcoholic glass bottles
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
In everyday life, it’s perfectly acceptable for a woman to own alcohol. Women can have jobs, just like men, and they can run for office and they can pay for men just as much as ...
Should all members of the Russian government grow long black hair, and fear neither the British public or American people?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
The main point of this question, is that long black hair has no remit. It’s an obvious – or fairly obvious – concept that the more something replicates, and the more that it becomes owned ...
The true meaning of The Phantom Menace, and why it failed
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
The true meaning, of The Phantom Menace is that it’s a story about the support for hierarchy being the very definition of balance. A hierarchy that gets support is an equality – or balance – ...
Do the atoms of US presidents want extra-terrestrials to play with themselves?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
An extra-terrestrial is a power that belongs to humanity. Extra-terrestrials are a way in which people motivate themselves, and a way in which people find excuses to continue their lives and to continue their functions. ...
Can the American suburban housewife beat Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
The dynamic of this scenario, is that a threat which isn’t supposed to be a threat is an actual threat. The basis of the threat is that its existence is predicated on its existence being ...
My desire to hug Cristina Raines
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
At the very end, of The Sentinel, a constant is created. The exact meaning of the constant is that it’s a constant which is valid despite being dependent. A constant which is valid, is a ...
Neve Campbell's personality, and if it should be used by long black hair to unite reality
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
For me, long black hair is the crown jewel of reality – both for men and for women. Nothing beats long black hair (not even Jack Mason). Of course, this isn’t meant to imply that ...
The Sentinel (1977): review
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
For this 1977 horror, the dynamic or the theme of concern is the censorship of a betrayal of a rightful betrayal. A rightful betrayal is an erroneous perfection. A censorship of a betrayal is the ...
If Halloween 6 won Best Picture, in 1996, would mathematics have been decimated?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
In 1996, it was the period biopic Braveheart that won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Being a 1995 release, the sixth instalment in the Halloween franchise Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers was perfectly ...