There have been lackluster villains in other comic properties, but never as consistently as in Marvel films. Both characters are played with overzealous panache to various degrees of success, but they get less interesting the more you see of them. While these actors bring charisma to their roles, the problem is not of performance but of construction. And how good can a superhero property be, period, without a well-crafted villain? His endgame is intensely personal.
When Marvel villains are given personal reasons for their actions, they tend to be wan daddy issues or machismo politics. He can bend anyone to his will with just his voice, except for her. His humanity. This extends to how the show changes key parts of his backstory and forgoes the purple skin from his comic-book counterpart for a more real-world take.
We learn of his abusive-scientist parents and the experiments they did that gave him his abilities. When Jessica convinces Kilgrave to use his powers to save a family, I thought the show was going to set up a startling trajectory for him — redemption — only to snap his cold, sinister self back into focus and reveal the backstory he peddles to be more complicated than he portrays it. We all like to believe we have agency over our own choices and destiny, and Kilgrave shows how easy it is for people to lose control of the illusions they hold dear.
I can't forget how love let me down Show all 14 episodes. While Thomas More waits in the Tower of London watching the sands running out. Tommy Lee Jones , as Two Face, is doing stuff in this movie that is hard to believe even today, given his perpetual sour face in nearly every other movie he's been in. That's why there's always tomorrow to start all over again DPReview Digital Photography. You conquered what you called a savage people.
A trenchant take on modern gender politics. An effective use of noir tropes. Hard drinking, sarcastic PI whose gruff exterior hides vulnerability? Witty voice-over? Obsession with how life is shaped by the urban landscape? Characters running from their past and afraid of their future?
The burn of death is what you crave Choose sides or run for your life.
Tonight the riots begin. On the back streets of America they kill the dream of America. Little black girl gets assaulted. Ain't no reason why Adam's Song By blink Song deals with a teenager who is depressed and starts to have suicidal thoughts. I laughed the loudest who'd have known?
I'm too depressed to go on. You'll be sorry when I'm gone Days when I still felt alive Give all my things to all my friends Please tell mom this is not her fault Addicted To Chaos By Megadeth. About lead singer Dave Mustaine's drug counselor who finally helped him get sober after numerous attempts at rehabilitation.
Sadly the counselor lost his life to a cocaine overdose. Only yesterday they told me you were gone Lights shined on my path. Turned bad days into good Where's the helping hand? From the concept album "Dancing For Mental Health" performed and produced by portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith in collaboration with Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren and other recording artists.
Songs on the album promote a positive mental health message and deal with the importance of goal setting, self-confidence, self-esteem, self-image, and not being afraid to strive for your dreams and desires.
You are an important person. A rare individual. A Unique creature You have talents and abilities no one else has The power to do anything you can imagine is within you when you discover your real self by practicing a few simple laws of success It's you make it habit. Make it happen only you A human rights song about the plight of women in Islamic nations.
Your place of birth has many names. A woman here is born to live in misery and shame Dreams you'll surely need child to help you through your life African By Peter Tosh. Song is about self determination , preserving cultural identity, promoting Black Nationalism , and building a sense of community, pride, and unity among people of African descent. Don't mind your nationality, you have got the identity of an African. Don't mind your complexion, there is no rejection, you're an African After All By Dar Williams.
A person coping with depression. And it felt like a winter machine That you go through and then You catch your breath and winter starts again And everyone else is spring bound And when I chose to live There was no joy, it's just a line I crossed It wasn't worth the pain my death would cost So I was not lost or found After Forever By Black Sabbath.
Song deals with issues related to religious beliefs and questions about the after life. Useful for a class on theology and religious studies. Have you ever thought about your soul, can it be saved? Or perhaps you think that when you're dead you just stay in your grave. Is God just a thought within your head or is he part of you?
Is Christ just a name that you read in a book when you were in school? Well I've seen the truth, yes I've seen the light and I've changed my ways. And I'll be prepared when you're lonely and scared at the end of our days The Aftermath By Iron Maiden. An anti-war song. In the mud and rain. What are we fighting for? Is it worth the pain? Is it worth dying for? Who will take the blame? Why did they make a war?
Mix in the dirt of brother's blood Song is about the first bombing of a civilian target by an enemy aircraft. In the air there's plane headed for the heart of the Dolphin Human activity damaging the environment , "Look at mother nature on the run in the nineteen seventies After The Reign By Blackfoot. About the displacement and relocation of Native American peoples in North America. Song is about the aftermath of the sinking of the luxury liner the Titanic on April , It told a sad new story, sixteen hundred had gone to rest.
Captain Smith surely must have been a-drinking. Not knowing that he was doing wrong. He tried to raise a record and let the Titanic down You're just another number in military schemes. They marched you in a uniform, you wore against your will. With lies of hope and glory, they taught you how to kill After The War By Warlock.
Song is about the environment on a battlefield after a major battle or war has taken place. An endless battlefield.
Overcrowded with death No singing of a bird, rustle of a tree War has ended A person has difficulty "letting go" and moving on from a relationship. But to wait for you, is all I can do and that's what I've got to face. Take a good look at me now, cos I'll still be standing here. And you coming back to me is against all odds.
It's the chance I've gotta take Agent Orange By Sodom. About agent orange , a herbicide that was used by the United States government during the Vietnam War.
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Agent Orange Cancer creeps into their innocent souls. Memorials of flesh and blood Poisoned 'til the end of their lives. Physical deformity About the health hazards of agent orange , a herbicide used in the Vietnam War. This agent orange from Vietnam, we carry it with us still.