Take your big red pen and mark an x over the parts you find offensive. I guarantee you’ll cross out
Obscenities right and left. But will you not obliviate the hunger of starving children? A curse word upsets
Your delicate sensibilities but the thought of a woman panhandling only causes disdain. Pull yourself up
By your bootstraps! you cry, without noticing she’s sold her boots to feed her children. You claim
To be pro-life, but in truth you are only pro-birth. Stop pretending you care when you voted for a heartless bastard.
Is as merciless
Or as relentless
As one’s conscience.
A sentence as
Daunting as one’s
Own internal judge.
Will erase the
Guilt of betraying
One’s own moral compass.
When Studly is out of town I spend my time going to movies. So far I’ve seen “The Imitation Game” and “Chappie.” Tomorrow I plan to see “Cinderella.”
I couldn’t be a movie critic. For me movies are either great or awful, and often I can’t explain why I view them either way. Both “The Imitation Game” and “Chappie” fall into the great category. I’d see them again.
Benedict Cumberbatch is amazing as Alan Turing. If the film doesn’t make you angry at man’s injustices to man then there is something seriously wrong with you. Oddly enough, “Chappie” had the same message–that people can be incredibly cruel. That humans fear what they do not understand, and what they fear, they seek to destroy.
But both films had an uplifting feel, that if we can possibly learn from our mistakes, if we can learn the hard lessons, that humanity is worth saving.
Now who knows what I’ll take away from Cinderella, but if it’s anything like the book, it should be a winner.