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    Figured I'd give this a go. Is this all fine?


    Name: The Good, The Bad and The Dead


    Director: Sam Raimi Genre: Action/Western/Zombie/Horror/Comedy/Date: January 5-7Cast: Bruce Campbell (Finnick 'Flint' Ryan), Colin Ferrell (Chase Gleeson), Christopher Eccelstone (Augustus Blackwater), James Franco (Sep Blackwater), Sharon Stone (El Fuega), Sarah Hingle (made-up) (Elsie), Sam Rockwell (Octavius Blackwater), Harry Dean Stanton (The Gunslinger) 

    Plot: Short version: Evil Dead meets The Quick and The Dead

    Long version in spoiler box

    The film opens in Greenwood, a small western town, on a line of prisoners slowly being led to the gallows. On the way there, one of them begins to cough up blood and collapses, claiming to feel ill. The sheriff, uncaring, orders the execution to continue anyway and the prisoners are hanged. However, after the execution, the body of the ill criminal begins to move and, as the sheriff and deputy see what's wrong, breaks free and bites the sheriff.We immediately cut to a bar in a nearby town, where Sep Blackwater and a small group of outlaws have taken over and are having a drunken party. As they drink, they're approached by Finnick 'Flint' Ryan, an aging bounty hunter, after Sep's bounty. While Sep and his gang try to harass Flint, they are ambushed by Flint's younger partner, Chase Gleeson and the Ferris twins, two brothers out for revenge against Sep for murdering their mother. With the aid of dynamite and a lot of guns, the four manage to capture Sep and kill most of his crew. Flint and Chase split up with the Ferris twins, intending to hand Sep over the authorities in Fort Grace and collect their bounty.Shortly after they leave, the Ferris twins are captured by Sep's father, the infamous outlaw Augustus Blackwater who tortures them for information and executes them, before deciding to go after Flint and Chase. Along with his sizable posse of outlaws, Augustus is accompanied by his second, considerably insane son, Octavius Blackwater, his personal bodyguard, known only as 'Cal' and his right 'man', a masked silent gunman named El Fuega.Deciding to skip the nearest town, Troubles, out of fear of being caught by Augustus, Flint and Chase set up camp in the middle of the desert. During the night, a man from the town in the opening, Greenwood, stumbles across their campsite, claiming his town had been overrun by zombies. Flint and Chase naturally don't believe him, until a zombie takes them by surprise as tears the man's throat out. After killing the zombie with a headshot, Flint and Chase are attacked by the man, now reanimated, and dispatch him too. While they puzzle over what just happened, Sep is attacked in his tent by a female zombie (momentarily mistaking it for a prostitute). Flint and Chase hear his screams and kill the zombie before it can bite him, accidentally shooting Sep in the leg in the process. Short on water, and needing a doctor for Sep, Flint and Chase unwillingly decide to head to Greenwood, despite the man's warnings.Meanwhile, Augustus and his posse have arrived at Troubles and send a small advance party to gather supplies and look for info on Flint and Chase. The party charge into Troubles, only to discover that it has been completely infested by zombies. They are promptly slaughtered. Augustus, infuriated by this, orders the entire town burnt to the ground and a large scale battle begins between the zombies and Augustus's posse. Augustus's posse slaughter every inhabitant of Troubles, living and dead, much to El Fuega's visible discomfort. However, most of Augustus's posse are killed in the effort, leaving only Augustus, Octavius, Cal, El Fuega and 6 others. Despite the pleas of his surviving posse members, Augustus insists on continuing the chase, while hiding the fact that he was bitten in the carnage.Flint and Chase finally arrive at Greenwood and are understandable anxious to enter the potentially zombie infested town. After some careful deliberation (and a game of rock-paper-scissors), Flint 'decides' to carefully scout out the town, while Chase and Sep hide nearby with the cart. While things appear peaceful at first, Flint is quickly attacked by a swarm of zombies. After an intense chase scene through the town, Flint is eventually rescued by a young woman, Elsie, who pulls him into the barricaded town hall, where a group of survivors have banded together. Among the survivors are George, a deputy who was present at the execution in the opening scene, Goodman, a merchant expecting a large delivery of explosives (who is secretly hiding a zombie bite) and an old man who was passing by, known only as 'The Gunslinger'. While checking the barricades, Flint notices that some zombies seem to have retained some skills, like a blacksmith who continues to hit his hammer and tongs.Meanwhile, Chase and Sep are discovered by Augustus's posse. Much to Sep's disappointment, Augustus seems more interested in punishing Chase than checking to see if his son is alright. After finding out that Flint has gone into Greenwood, Augustus (being driven mad by his feverous bite) orders his men after him, bringing a badly beaten Chase and Sep with him. Flint spots them coming into town and insists on rescuing Chase. Elsie and George agree to come with him. Augustus's posse are quickly surrounded by zombies and begin to try and fight them off. Mid fight, Flint, George and Elsie manage to swing themselves onto the cart where Chase, Sep, Cal and El Fuega are and ride the cart through the town, chased by zombies. In a scuffle with Cal and El Fuega, George and Cal are both thrown off the cart and killed by zombies and El Fuega willingly surrenders and is revealed to secretly be a woman who was once badly burned by Augustus. The group find shelter in the town's train station.Meanwhile, the rest of Augustus's posse are slaughtered, however an increasingly delirious Augustus is ignored by the zombies. Octavius manages to escape and breaks into the barricaded town hall, letting the zombies in who slaughter the survivors, including Goodman. Octavius and the Gunslinger escape to the roof where they engage in a tight Mexican Standoff, only interrupted when Octavius has to go to the toilet. From the roof, they can see a train approaching, the one carrying Goodman's explosives. Flint tries to warn the train's passengers about the zombies, but fails and the passengers are attacked. Realising that, unless he does something, the entire country could be overrun, Flint comes up with a plan to kill most of the zombies by loading up the cart with explosives and riding to a nearby gorge, before detonating it on the bridge. After much deliberation (and a game of rock-paper-scissors) Flint and Chase decide to be the ones to carry out the plan. Elsie is indecisive, having become infatuated with Chase, but eventually agrees to let them go.While the zombies are feasting on the train passengers, Flint and Chase manage to successfully sneak onto the train and load their cart with explosives. However, partway through the town, Chase is shot in the arm by Augustus and falls off the car. Flint, after a short deliberation, jumps off after him. As the cart charges driverless through the town, Octavius and the Gunslinger jump from the roof onto it, having worked out Flint's plan. Having lured most of the zombies in the town after them, the two manage to make it to the gorge and, with a perfect shot from the Gunslinger, manage to destroy the bridge and most of the zombies with it. After finishing off the surviving zombies, Octavius tries to shoot the Gunslinger in the back, only to be shot and killed first.Meanwhile, Flint and Chase try to make it to safety, but are cornered by Augustus. Just before he's about to shoot them, Augustus is shot by El Fuega who followed the two. As the three head off back towards the train station, unbeknownst to them, August has reanimated and can still remember how to fire his gun. The three make it back it back into the train station and relax, only for them to discover that zombies have made it in through a door that Flint accidentally left open. They barely manage to escape onto the train, where Sep accidentally blows the whistle, getting the attention of every single remaining zombie in the town. They start the train, and begin to fight off all the zombies who make it into the train (including Augustus). Realising there are too many, Sep sacrifices himself, unhooking one of the explosive filled carriages and detonating it, killing most of the zombies. The resulting explosion derails the train, almost killing the group. With Chase and Elise unconscious, Flint is helped out of the wreckage by El Fuega, only for her to be shot fatally from behind by a zombified Augustus, who survived the crash. Flint and Augustus engage in a Mexican Standoff and Flint shoots the zombie dead.As the injured Flint, Chase and Elsie all hobble back into town, they are confronted by a small surviving group of zombies, which are quickly shot down by several small groups of surviving townsfolk, who had hidden in other buildings. As the town is rebuilt, Chase and elsie become very close. Realising his partner is happy here, Flint refuses the offer of being made the new sheriff and heads out on his own, shooting a single surviving zombie he finds in the desert.


    Theaters: 3054MPAA Rating: RBudget: $45 million

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    Name: Death NoteDirector: Guillermo del ToroGenre: Psychological ThrillerDate: September 21-23Cast: Zac Efron (Light Yagami), Mark Warren (L), Peter Stormare (Ryuk), Gary Sinise (Steven Yagami), John Hurt (Watari), Rupert Graves (Raye Penber), Cate Blanchett (Naomi Misora), Hayden Christensen (Detective Matthews) Plot: 

    We open on a shot of the Death Note slowly falling to the ground as Light Yagami, an intelligent, young, half-Japanese, New York schoolboy goes through his day to day school life, as he narrates upon how the world is rotten and corrupt, interspersed with brief flashes to riots, wars and people commiting crimes. Just as he comments that the 'world needs to be cleaned up', the Death Note lands next to him. Light, surprised, looks around for the person who dropped it, but there is no-one anywhere near him. He gingerly picks it up and, as he picks it up, something moves past the camera and we can hear Ryuk's unseen laughter. Light opens the Death Note and reads the first line in the cover. The human whose name is written in this notebook will die. He immediately writes it off as joke and moves to place it in a nearby bin. At the last second however, he changes his mind and places it in his bag.

    Light arrives back home and immediately locks himself in his room, before taking out the Death Note and reading more. A person can only be killed by the Death Note if you have their face in mind when writing their name down. If no cause/time of death is specified in the Death Note, the victim will die of a heart attack after 40 seconds. Light still believes it to be joke, but is tempted to try it out. Unable to decide on someone to kill, he switches on his TV to see a hostage situation at a school. Light decides to write the hostage takers name into the Death Note, but he is surprised to find that the hostage taker does in fact drop dead of an apparent heart attack. Confused, Light is asked to pick up some groceries from a nearby supermarket, by his mother. Along the way, he notices one of his classmates attempting to rape a young woman. He writes the rapist's name down in the Death Note and specifies the cause of death as 'Traffic Accident'. The woman breaks away and the rapist chases after her, only to be hit by a truck. Convinced that the Death Note works and disturbed by the fact that he's murdered two people, Light stumbles into an ally where he is confronted by Ryuk, the Death God who dropped the Death Note into the human world. Ryuk admits that he only dropped the Death Note into the human world out of boredom and doesn't care what Light does with it. Light, realising he has a chance to change the world for the better, decides to use the Death Note to kill criminals.Several weeks later, there is a meeting of police leaders around the world, in response to the fact that hundreds of criminals are dying of mysterious heart attacks, nicknamed the Kira killings At the meeting, they are approached by Watari, the mouthpiece for L, a man considered the greatest detective in the world, whose name and face are unknown. L tells the police that he is interested in the killings and finding Kira, the name the police have given the killer. He requests the aid of New York's head detective, Steven Yagami (Light's father) and tells the police that he intends to have a direct confrontation with Kira very soon.The next week, Light is watching TV in his room when his program is suddenly interrupted by a worldwide live broadcast from L, where he introduces himself as Lind L. Tailor and vows to catch Kira. After Lind calls Kira evil, Light gets angry at him and writes his name down in the Death Note. After Lind dies of a heart attack, L's logo pops up on the screen and the real L reveals that the broadcast was all a trap to lure out Kira and that the broadcast was actually only screened in New York, the location of Kira's first victim (the hostage taker), proving that Kira is hiding there. L then challenges Kira to kill him, which Light can't, due to not knowing L's name and face. Now aware that Kira needs a name and face to kill, L vows to capture Kira, much to Light's anger.L takes over the investigation in New York and quickly realises that the killings are concentrated in out-of-school hours, suggesting Kira is a student. Light hacks his father's computer and discovers this. He uses the Death Note's ability to spread his killings out further, showing L that one of the police investigators is leaking information to Kira. He hires several Mi6 agents to tail the investigators and their families, something Light only realises when Ryuk (who is invisible to anyone who doesn't touch the Death Note) spots one of the agents, Raye Penber, trailing him. Light organises a plan and uses the Death Note to control a criminal into performing a busjacking on a bus he's on, tricking Raye Penber into revealing himself and showing Light his Mi6 license (as well as his name). Afterwards, using the Death Note's control powers again, Light manages to trick Raye into writing the names of every single Mi6 agent in the country onto a sheet of the Death Note, killing them all.After discovering that they were being trailed by the Mi6, the NY investigators become untrusting of L and many of them quit. Eventually, only a few remain. Detective Yagami, Detective Matthews, a young naive rookie and Detectives Matthews, Pertwee and Moore. After making sure none of the detectives are Kira, L decides to trust them and moves the investigation to his hotel room, where he works alongside the investigators in person. As they trawl through information on the Mi6 agents, L notices something, currently unseen to the audience.Meanwhile, Light goes to deliver a change of clothes to his father at the police station. While there, he meets Naomi Misora, Raye Penber's fiance, an ex-FBI agent who, having heard about the busjacking from her husband, has already worked out that Kira was on the bus. Realising that, should the information reach L, he would be in serious trouble, Light tries to kill her but, due to her giving a fake name, he is unable to. After a tense sequence, Light finally manages to trick her into giving her name by pretending to be part of the investigation and uses the Death Note to make her commit suicide.At the end of the film, Light goes to take his university entrance exam. In the middle of the exam, he turns and sees L sitting right behind him, staring at him.In a post credits scene, a young woman is seen trapped in an alley by a knife wielding stalker. As the stalker moves to stab her, he drops dead of a heart attack and another Death Note drops from the sky at the woman's feet...

    Theaters: 3264MPAA Rating: PG 13Budget: $8 million

    Tagline: The human whose name is written in this notebook will die.

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    Shadow People


    Date- May 25th 8

    Genre- Fantasy

    Rating- PG-13

    Theaters- 3,498 theaters

    Budget- 160 million

    Running Time- 134 minutes or 2 hours and 14 minutes

    Studio- O$corp Pictures

    Director- Alejandro Amenabar

    Actors and Actresses

    Cole- Liam Hemsworth

    Monica- Lily Collins

    Damon- Alex Pettyfer

    St. Mary- Vera Farmiga

    St. Peter- Armie Hammer

    Satan- Bradley Cooper

    God (voice)- Liam Neeson


    Plot: Coming Soon 

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    Name: The Dresden Files: Storm Front

    Director: Shane Black

    Genre: Action/Fantasy/Mystery/Noir

    Date: April 13-15

    Cast: Robert Downey Jr (Harry Dresden), Jessica Chastain (Karrin Murphy), Alan Tudyk (Bob), Morina Baccarin (Susan Rodriguez), Mark Strong (Victor Sells), Karl Urban (Morgan), Guy Pearce (Johnny Marcone), Laura Causewell (made up) (Monica Sells)


    Plot: To be filled in later


    Theaters: 3784

    MPAA Rating: PG 13

    Budget: $75 million

    Tagline: Magic. It can get a guy killed.

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    Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel

    Director: Simon West
    Genre: Action/War
    Date: January 19
    Studio: Badass Films
    Cast: Henry Cavill as Alpha, Matt Bomer as Bravo, Chris Hemsworth as Elliot Salem-Rios/El Diablo, Channing Tatum as Tyson Salem-Rios, Rosamund Pike as Fiona, Michael Pena as Mayor Cordova, Danny Trejo as Estaban Bautista, Mario Lopez as Mason.
    Music by: Elliot Goldenthal.
    Runtime: 113 min
    Tagline: Another Army, Another Betrayal.

    Plot: Shortly after being recruited into T.W.O. (Tactical Worldwide Operations), Alpha and Bravo join Elliot and Tyson in a rescue operation to save multiple hostages in a cartel compound. During the operation, only one hostage, a girl named Fiona, is found. Elliot attempts to leave, believing that if he stays, he will die. Alpha, Bravo and Tyson are successful in saving Fiona, but Elliot presumably dies. Five years later, T.W.O. is hired by Mayor Cordova, a Mexican politician seeking to bring down the La Guadaña and kill its leader, Estaban Bautista. The T.W.O. operatives, Alpha and Bravo believe nothing will go wrong, until the convoy's movement is interrupted by La Guadaña and Alpha and Bravo survive with some other operatives, but Cordova escapes.

    Alpha and Bravo push their way past the Cartel's forces to City Hall for extraction. At City Hall, a man named Mason arrives and drives them out of the city but is killed when the cartel ambush them on the road, forcing Alpha and Bravo to proceed to meet Mason's contact. Mason's contact is revealed to be Fiona, who aids the team in bringing down La Guadaña. Fiona gives Alpha and Bravo intelligence that Cordova fled to a local church that is serving as a La Guadaña compound.

    Alpha and Bravo fight through a resort to encounter El Diablo, La Guadaña's top Lieutenant, learning that El Diablo killed a large number of T.W.O. operatives and that El Diablo also captured Cordova. Alpha, Bravo and Fiona temporarily rescue Cordova while surviving T.W.O. operatives die trying to protect the mayor. However, during the extraction, Alpha, Bravo and Cordova are then captured and tortured by the cartels in a room. At this point, El Diablo reveals his true identity as Elliot. Elliot kills Cordova and leaves, then Alpha and Bravo escape the room. Alpha manages to radio T.W.O. of Elliot's betrayal and request for extraction. Tyson is among the T.W.O. operatives responding to Alpha's transmission and wants Elliot captured alive, but Alpha and Bravo disagree. Fiona tells the team that Elliot and Bautista are hiding at a hacienda. Alpha and Bravo lead a T.W.O. strike force with assistance from Mexican Special Forces to raid the hacienda. During the raid, Fiona pursues Bautista, but is captured and relocated to a quarry. Alpha and Bravo are extracted by Tyson via helicopter to rescue Fiona.

    Alpha and Bravo successfully regroup with Fiona, who successfully kills Bautista. However, Elliot re-appears and kills Fiona. Elliot implies to Tyson why he betrayed T.W.O. then kills Fiona right in front of everybody. Tyson charges at Elliot, Elliot shoots Tyson in the abdomen and flips him down a story before escaping. Tyson changed his mind about capturing Elliot, he wants him dead. Alpha and Bravo corner and destroy an armored vehicle piloted by Elliot, successfully capturing him alive. Tyson, Alpha and Bravo are airlifted home, promising to oversee Fiona's burial and carry out an extended vacation. Meanwhile, Elliot etches Alice Murray's name on his prison cell wall, which is revealed to cause his betrayal during the movie.

    After the credits, Elliot is seen smiling when an armored guard and an unidentified visitor approach him.


    Theaters: 3,487
    MPAA Rating: R for graphic war violence and harsh language
    Budget: $60 million
    Previous Films Gross: (OW/DOM/WW)
    Army of Two: 24.1/57.0/132.0
    Army of Two: The 40th Day: 38.6/92.3/167.9

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    Pączki są trupy Zbyt Wraz z Dominujących Morsów (Donuts Are Zombies Too Along With the Dominant Walruses)


    Director: David Lynch and Baz Luhrrman (Half-way through the film, the director suddenly switches to Luhrman thanks to schedule conflicts)

    Genre: Foreign Surrealism

    Date: June 1 (4 theaters); June 8 (15 theaters); June 15 (122 theaters); June 22 (254 theaters); June 29 (421 theaters); July 6 (633 theaters); July 13 (1,245 theaters); July 20 (2,046 theaters)

    Studio: Alpha Films

    Cast: Jack Nicholson as Donut Joe, Vin Diesel as the walrus, Judi Dench as the police captain, Jim Carrey as the orthodontist and archive footage of Marilyn Monroe voiced over by Zach Galifanikis as the donut rights activist.

    Format: Blitzering technocolor 3D with subtitles that pop up with the musical score

    Music by: Skrillex

    Runtime: 142 min

    Note: Even though there is completely Hollywood stars, they all speak Polish in the movie for no discernable reason.

    Tagline: An Orthodontic Adventure!!!!


    Plot: Our only named character, Donut Joe, speaks of a time long past. He remembers when donuts were popular. Until the Walrus Invasion. Through a freak disease called the Namese Dankusha, every living organism died out except for a few lower-class humans and walruses. Over the past fourteen milennia, the walruses have taken over the planet and become a dominant species. The walrus overlords were alright except for one thing: they outlawed donuts, citing them as the cause of laziness in all human creatures. Donut Joe works now in the underground, as a donut dealer. He doesn't like his work, but it brings in the cash. However, a day is about to arrive when the world will change.




    Donut Joe has a job to get to. The local orthodontist wants a Boston Creme donut, which is possibly the most illegal donut around. Alas, Donut Joe believes that it is his moral obligation to bring in the donut, as the orthodontist said he will murder Joe's wife and kids. However, the orthodontist doesn't know that Donut Joe already killed his wife and kids and made them into a donut! We then cut to the orthodontist who laughing maniacally. He murmurs that business is booming since the new rage for the walrus elite is for them to get their teeth fixed. A walrus comes into the office, and demands his teeth fixed. The orthodontist laughs maniacally and begins putting on the braces in a disturbing, violent way that lasts a few minutes. The door knocks, and we see Donut Joe is there with the Donuts. The walrus screams like this: http://www.youtube.c...h?v=OtUFiDlN1oo, which signals in a police chief. Donut Joe is panicking since it's a drug bust, but suddenly a donuts rights activist comes in through the roof. The activist screams that donuts are zombies too and deserve legal rights. The walrus tackles Donut Joe to the ground but Donut Joe, in a bizarre twist, reveals he's a zombie and eats the walruses brains.The police chief shoots both the walrus and Joe dead while the activist continues preaching about donut rights. In fact, he gets a speech.


    "After hearing this speech, you will never again be able to trust Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut and you will see with crystal clarity the way that that statement can be most easily defended since it is not quantitative but qualitative. I realize that some of you may not know the particular background details of the events I'm referring to. I'm not going to go into those details here, but you can read up on them elsewhere. If one dares to criticize even a single tenet of his false-flag operations, one is promptly condemned as acrasial, unscrupulous, insidious, or whatever epithet he deems most appropriate, usually without much explanation. He wants to prevent us from improving the lot of humankind. If he manages to do that, he'll have plenty of time to focus on his core mission: aiding and abetting meretricious propagandists in their efforts to silence truth-tellers like me. Please don't misread my words here; Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut likes protecting undeserved privilege, which puts him somewhere between a spineless purveyor of malice and hatred and an irresponsible mountebank on the heathenism org chart.


    If I have a bias, it is only against wily saboteurs who push all of us to the brink of insanity. If Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut honestly believes that some of my points are not valid, I would love to get some specific feedback from him. He, already oppressive with his eccentric histrionics, will perhaps be the ultimate exterminator of our human species—if separate species we be—for his reserve of unguessed horrors could never be borne by mortal brains if loosed upon the world. If you think that that's a frightening thought then consider that Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut preys on the rebellious and disenfranchised, tricking them into joining his gang. Their first assignment usually involves perpetuating the nonsense known technically as the analytic/synthetic dichotomy. The lesson to draw from this is that what we're involved in with Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut is not a game. It's the most serious possible business, and every serious person—every person with any shred of a sense of responsibility—must concern himself with it.


    No one can deny that no clear-thinking individual would have the temerity to replace love and understanding with insurrectionism and propagandism, yet Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut keeps repeating over and over again that his plunderbund consists entirely of lovable, cuddly people who would never dream of poisoning the relationship between teacher and student. This verbigeration is symptomatic of an excessive love of fascism and indicates to me that if I hear Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's eulogists say, "Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's decisions are based on reason" one more time, I'm indisputably going to throw up. He appears to have a problem with common sense and logic. At the risk of sounding a tad redundant, let me add that the point is that if everyone spent just five minutes a day thinking about ways to address a number of important issues, we'd all be a lot better off. Is five minutes a day too much to ask for the promise of a better tomorrow? I sure hope not, but then again, I once managed to get Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut to agree that he manifests a most insupportable superbity. Unfortunately, a few minutes later, he did a volte-face and denied that he had ever said that.


    As you may have noticed, I routinely use some rather impolite words to convey what I think of Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut. But how would you describe a person who is intent on supporting international crime while purporting to oppose it? If you can think of a better label for such a person than "superficial heartless-type" I'll consider using it in future speeches. Trampling into the mud all that is fine and noble and beautiful is a hallmark of a totalitarian regime. I will now cite the proof of that statement. The proof begins with the observation that knowledge is the key that unlocks the shackles of bondage. That's why it's important for you to know that Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut has never been a big fan of freedom of speech. He supports pogroms on speech, thought, academic license, scientific perspective, journalistic integrity, and any other form of expression that gives people the freedom to state that Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's favorite buzzword these days is "crisis". He likes to tell us that we have a crisis on our hands. He then argues that the only reasonable approach to combat this crisis is for him to give lunatics control of the asylum. In my opinion, the real crisis is the dearth of people who understand that Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut is trying to guarantee the destruction of anything that looks like a vital community. His mission? To pollute the great canon of English literature with references to his immature expostulations.


    There is a problem here. A very large, homophobic, scrofulous problem. In the blink of an eye, Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's shenanigans will degenerate into hotbeds of rumor and innuendo, to put it mildly. My current plan is to snap Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's operatives out of their trance. Yes, he will draw upon the most powerful fires of Hell to tear that plan asunder, but given the amount of misinformation that he is circulating, I must point out that he has been making a ham-handed effort to show that children should get into cars with strangers who wave lots of yummy candy at them. I'm guessing that most people are starting to realize that such claims are a distortion of the truth and that we desperately need to combat these lies by getting people to sign a petition to limit Mr. Walrus Who Hateth the Donut's ability to cause trouble."


    (at this point, the film switches directors to Baz Luhrmann)


    Everyone in the room breaks down crying, and the police officer shoots the walrus in reply. The police officer declares they will rebel to get their donuts back, but first, they should have a donut party. The activist screams with delight as confetti falls from the ceiling continuously for the rest of the film. The bass drops and dubstep rocks out. Donuts dance across the screen when we get a guest appearance from Prince Poppycock who graciously performs this: http://www.youtube.c...tailpage#t=101s. Everyone cheers to the dubstep and Donut Joe gets on with the dead walrus for the heck of it. They dance.


    And dance.


    And dance.


    We get a monologue done by Donut Joe while he grinds with the police officer about how a woman l who is warm and humanly during the day, a classy girl who know how to enjoy the freedom of a cup of coffee, a girl whose heart gets hotter when night comes, a girl with that kind of twist is what he likes in life and that's what the police officer gives him. They get drunk and the music gets faster and faster with the bangarang and deep philosphicalness. The film ends with another monologue from the activist, speaking to the world:


    "Thank you. I am truly donuty. Getting through life with your donuts intact can be a bit donutty. Sometimes all you need to keep you on track is a few donuts. I don't know if this qualifies, but right now, my fight for donuts rights is over. I owe a great debt my friends here. My donuty Donut Joe, and my donuty police chief. And of course this dead walrus and the orthodontist who I forgot was here, two other men who helped me with my donut eating. Finally, I'd like to thank the future world where all will eat donuts."


    Theaters: 2,968

    MPAA Rating: R for thematic content, violence, nudity, language, graphic sexual content, and disturbing images..

    Budget: $90 million

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    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Third

    Director: Rupert Sanders
    Genre: Dark Family Comedy
    Date: August 4
    Studio: Badass Films (labeled as Baddonkey Films in marketing and on film itself)
    Cast: Hailee Steinfeld as Violet, Asa Butterfield as Klaus, Gary Oldman as Count Olaf, Michael Pena as Hector, Diane Keaton as Mrs. Morrow, Christopher Lloyd as Mr. Lesko, Tom Hiddleston as Jacques Snicket, Steve Martin as Lou, Dick Van Dyke as Milt, Phyllis Smith as Babs, Steve Buscemi as Hal, Zhang Ziyi and Li Bingbing the two white-faced women, Eddie Redmayne as the hook-handed man, Jason Clarke as the bald man, Max Records as Duncan Quagmire, Elle Fanning as Isadora Quagmire, Marion Cotillard as Esme Squalor, and Paul Bettany as Mr. Poe.
    Music by: Danny Elfman.
    Runtime: 110 min
    Tagline: Third times the harm.

    Plot Summary: An adaptation following book seven and eight of A Series of Unfortunate Events.


    The film begins when the Baudelaires are in Mr. Poe's office, looking at

    The Daily Punctilio, a poorly written newspaper full of mistakes about the Quagmires and Count Olaf. Mr. Poe gives a brochure to the Baudelaire orphans about a new program allowing an entire village to serve as guardian, based on the saying "It takes a village to raise a child." The children naturally choose V.F.D., an acronym which the two Quagmire triplets, before they were captured by Count Olaf, discovered is part of a fearsome secret somehow related to Count Olaf.


    The children depart for the unknown V.F.D. by bus, and after a long, hot and dusty walk from the bus stop, they reach the town of V.F.D., which is filled with crows. They become acquainted with the Council of Elders, who proclaims that the children will do all the chores for the entire village, but they will be living with Hector, the handyman.


    Hector takes them to his home, where Hector shows them the house, the barn and the Nevermore Tree, where all the crows come to roost at night. The Baudelaires learn that V.F.D. stands for the Village of Fowl Devotees. Hector shows the Baudelaires the following couplet, which he says was found at the base of Nevermore Tree: For sapphires we are held in here,/Only you can end our fear.


    The Baudelaires discover that Hector has been breaking the town rules by keeping a secret library and working on a hot-air mobile home in his barn, so that he can sail away from V.F.D. forever. They discuss the Quagmires and consider the fact that Isadora might be somehow sending the Baudelaires a plea for help in the poem. They also discover a new couplet under the tree, though they've kept the tree under surveillance the whole night, which reads: Until dawn comes we cannot speak,/No words can come from this sad beak.


    Two members of the Council of Elders, Mrs. Morrow and Mr. Lesko, come and report that Count Olaf has been captured, and the Baudelaires are to report immediately to the Town Hall. The Baudelaires discover that Count Olaf was not captured, but instead a man named Jacques, who also has one eyebrow and a tattoo of an eye on his ankle. The children insist that he is not Count Olaf, but the townspeople do not listen to them. The next day he is to be burned at the stake.


    That night the Baudelaires construct a plan. Sunny keeps watch at Nevermore Tree to see where the poems are coming from. Klaus searches the rules of V.F.D. for something to help Jacques out of trouble. Violet helps finish Hector's hot-air balloon device, for it will be a useful escape device if Count Olaf comes after them.


    Violet fixes the hot air balloon. Klaus discovers that a rule allows the accused to make a speech explaining himself. If a few people say something, mob psychology can make everyone demand the same thing and thus they can suggest that Jacques be freed. Sunny discovers that the crows are somehow delivering the couplets, and finds a new one: The first thing you read contains the clue,/An initial way to speak to you.


    When the children run to the uptown jail where Jacques is being held, they learn that he is dead. V.F.D.'s police officer, Luciana announces that Jacques, as Count Olaf, has been murdered in the night, and Olaf, masquerading as Detective Dupin, accuses the Baudelaires of murdering "Count Olaf". He claims that Violet's hair ribbon and a lens from Klaus's glasses were found on the scene, and Sunny's teeth marks are on the body. The people ignore the fact that the orphans have solid alibis and the children are quickly locked up inside the Deluxe Cell in the prison, prior to being burnt at the stake the following day for breaking the town rules. Detective Dupin tells them that one of them will make a great escape before the burning, making it possible for him to inherit the Baudelaire fortune, and he leaves them to decide who will survive.


    While they are locked up, Klaus realizes that it is his 13th birthday. Officer Luciana comes in and brings them water and bread, and Violet uses the bread and water to allow them to escape. By pouring the pitcher of water repeatedly down a wooden bench onto the wall to soften the mortar, and then squeezing the water out of the bread where it had collected at the bottom of the wall. This process, repeated all through the day, evening and following morning slowly starts to yield results by weakening the thick brick walls of the prison cell.


    At daybreak, Hector comes to the window and tells them that if they manage to break out, he has the hot-air balloon ready. He also gives them the daily couplet: Inside these letters the eye will see,/Nearby are your friends and V.F.D.


    Running out of time, they break free of the jail using the wooden bench as a battering ram against the weakened mortar and read the poems all together, using the clue An initial way to speak to you. to read the first initial of each line. The Baudelaires figure out a number of things: The sapphires refer to the Quagmires' fortune. The Quagmires cannot speak until dawn as the crows do not arrive uptown until then. The initial way to speak to them is not V.F.D., but the first letter in each verse, which spells out 'fountain'. They rush over to Fowl Fountain where Sunny manages to press a secret button in the eye of the crow, which opens the beak, revealing the damp Quagmires inside.


    At this point they flee the mob coming to burn them, and make a run for the outskirts of town. As they go, the Quagmires explain that Count Olaf locked them in the tower of his house. Then he had his associates build the fountain and imprisoned the Quagmires. The Quagmires attached the couplet to the crows' feet every morning, which fell off in the Nevermore Tree when the paper was dry. They tell the Baudelaires that the man who died was Jacques Snicket, but the mob catches sight of them and they have to run.


    They reach the outskirts of town and Hector arrives in his hot-air mobile home. He throws down a rope ladder and the Quagmires start to climb up to get inside. Officer Luciana shoots at the rope ladder with a harpoon gun, breaking the rope whilst the Baudelaires are still climbing and preventing them from continuing - they jump down to earth, saying good-bye to the Quagmires, who then throw their notebooks down to the orphans so they can read their research. A final harpoon pierces the books and scatters them, as the hot-air mobile home heads towards the horizon.


    Count Olaf and Officer Luciana, who is revealed to be Esme Squalor, escape on a motorcycle, and the Baudelaires flee, rather than waiting for the police, as the Daily Punctilio has written an article that they killed Count Olaf. Soon, however, the Baudelaire children encounter a general store called Last Chance General Store, and are kindly taken in by the shopkeeper, Milt, who lets them send a telegram to Mr. Poe. A man delivering newspapers, Lou, then arrives and gives The Daily Punctilio newspapers to Milt, who recognizes the picture of the three Baudelaires, credited as the murderers of Count Olaf,immediately. Both Milt and Lou pursue the children through the store and are about to catch them when a van suddenly pulls up, allowing the Baudelaires to jump in and escape.


    Inside the van, the children meet a group of singers called the Volunteers Fighting Disease, who sing to sick people at Heimlich Hospital, which is divided in half, one side finished, one side unfinished, to cheer them up. Since the volunteers never read The Daily Punctilio, since they find it too depressing, the children decide it is safe to travel with them, and head to the hospital. Once they arrive, Babs, a voice on the intercom who is the Director of Human Resources, says that three volunteers are needed to work in the Library of Records. The children are eager to do the job as they wish to find the answers to the mysteries surrounding them, so they head to Babs' office, where they are given the job. Luckily, Babs does not even see them because she is a voice on a small intercom speaker. Children should be seen and not heard, and by her logic, adults should be heard and not seen.


    In the Library of Records, the children meet Hal, the keeper of the library, and help him file papers. Since they have nowhere to sleep, the Baudelaires decide to secretly sleep in the unfinished wing of the hospital. Reviewing the notes of the Quagmires, they discover the existence of the Snicket File and successfully retrieve the thirteenth page from the Library of Records. On it there is a picture of their parents, Jacques Snicket, and another man whom they do not recognize. Alongside the photograph reads: “Because of the evidence discussed on page 9, experts now suspect that there may in fact be one survivor of the fire, but the survivor's whereabouts are unknown”. At that moment, however, Esmé Squalor appears and begins knocking down the shelves to crush the children. Klaus and Sunny manage to escape up a chute with the page, but Violet is too big to go through and is captured.


    Klaus and Sunny discover that Mattathias, who is Count Olaf, and his associates, who have disposed of Babs, as part of Olaf's disguise, are going to perform a craniectomy on Violet, and hurry and find her. Retrieving the list of patients from the singing volunteers, the two Baudelaires hide in a closet and try to find Violet, but she is not on the list. Thinking of the Quagmires' notes, they realize that Mattathias is using anagrams for his false names, such as Al Funcoot, Flacutono and O. Lucafont, previous names that were anagrams of Count Olaf, and try to find Laura V. Bleediotie, who is really Violet. Masquerading as Dr. Tocuna and Nurse Flo, the two white-faced women, Klaus and Sunny go into contact with the hook-handed man, as O. Lucafont, and the bald man, as Flacutono, and find Violet lying unconscious on a hospital gurney, wearing an ugly surgical gown. The party heads to the operating theater, where Klaus and Sunny stall the cranioectomy by describing the past of the knife. Hal appears at that moment and accuses them of setting fire to the Library of Records, while Esme turns up with the real Dr. Tocuna and Nurse Flo and exposes them. With the group about to capture them, Klaus and Sunny escape on the gurney, while the unconscious Violet starts to wake up. After racing around the hospital looking for an escape, the Baudelaires decide to hide inside another closet, while the fire in the hospital spreads. They then jump out of the window and hide in Count Olaf's trunk. Count Olaf then gets in the car with his companions and drives away, the orphans still in the back.


    Theaters: 3,883
    MPAA Rating: PG for some violence, disturbing themes, and terror
    Budget: $60 million
    Previous Films Grosses: OW/DOM/WW

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: 42.0/173.5/286.5

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Second: 44.5/186.5/317.8

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Third: 51.9/190.4/450.2

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    SCP Foundation Tales, The Mutant, Star Fox & Steve Jobs have been removed from the schedule (also get Sonic The Hedgehog off the calendar too).


    Star Fox, Sonic The Hedgehog and Steve Jobs have been postponed, because they are projects that I'd like to continue. However, SCP Foundation Tales and The Mutant are going to be cancelled, since I have had little to no interest in either.

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    Everybody Sees The Ants

    Director: Spike Jonze

    Composer: 30 Seconds To Mars

    Genre: Comedy-Drama

    Date: October 26

    Studio: Alpha Pictures

    Format: 35/70mm film

    Budget: $40 million

    Theaters: 3,245

    MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense thematic material, including strong language and some sexual content

    Running Time: 128 min

    Tagline: Lucky Linderman Doesn’t Want To Wake Up



    Alex Pettyfer as Lucky Linderman

    Robin Williams as Harry Linderman

    Bill Milner as Nader McMillan




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    Much Too Soon

    Director: Peter Strickland

    Composer: Antonio Pinto

    Genre: Surrealist Drama

    Date: September 21 (limited) October 19 (wide) 

    Studio: Progressive Arthouse

    Format: 35mm film

    Budget: $8 million

    Theaters: 8 (9/21), 33 (9/28), 64 (10/5), 365 (10/12), 712 (10/19), 1,049 (10/26)

    MPAA Rating: R for some language and gory images

    Runtime: 85 min



    Justin Timberlake as Jack Holiday



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    My first animated film. This is probably all the films I'm intending to release this year. Still need to fill in the plot for Storm Front though.


    Name: The Tales of RedwallDirector: Soren Ville (made-up)Genre: Animated/Family/FantasyDate: May 4-7Cast: Jesse Eisenburg (Matthias), Mark Strong (Cluny the Scourge), John Hurt (Methuselah), Carey Mulligan (Cornflower), Liam O'Brien (Basil Stag Hare), Douglas Gleeson (Log-a-log), Jim Broadbent (Abbot Mortimer), Tom Felton (Chickenhound), Lena Headey (Sela)Plot:

    Matthias is a young mouse from Redwall Abbey, who dreams of adventure, but is constantly admonished by the Abbey elders, including Methuselah, the abbey recorder, to whom Matthias considers a surrogate father. He also has a crush on the young female mouse, Cornflower. While looking through the Abbey library one day, Matthias comes across the tale of Martin the Warrior, one of the founders of Redwall, who wielded a legendary sword. Legends tells that the sword will reveal itself whenever the Abbey is in danger and can only be wielded by a true hero.However, the Abbey's peace is disturbed by the news that Cluny the Scourge, a villainous rat, and his army are making their way across the land, burning and pillaging villages as they go. The only place in the entirety of Mossflower with the defences to resist Cluny is Redwall, but most of the inhabitants aren't at all used to fighting. A wandering rabbit warrior, Basil Stag Hare, agrees to help the Redwallers train. Matthias believes that the sword of Martin the Warrior could help them, but the Abbey elders dismiss the idea as a simple legend. However, Methuselah and Cornflower also believe the legend is real and agree to help Matthias find it. Methuselah manages to find a hint to where the sword is in an old book and the three follow a series of clues built into the abbey to show the sword's location. Eventually, they manage to find Martin's shield and scabbard on the abbey roof, but there is no sign of the sword. Matthias realises that one of the sparrows who occasionally roost on the abbey roof must've taken it. While trying to climb down, however, he accidentally falls onto the back of a napping sparrow is carried away.Before the Abbey can send out a search party for Matthias, however, they are attacked by Cluny's forces. After an epic, Lord of the Rings-esc battle (or at least as close to LOTR as a family film can get), the Redwallers eventually manage to repel Cluny's forces after Basil Stag Hare douses them in slippery oil, so they can't batter down the door, and Cornflower tosses a hornet nest at them. Cluny vows revenge and begins to besiege the abbey. His rats attempt to tunnel under the abbey, but are driven out by scalding water. They later try to build a wooden tower to scale the walls, but it is set on fire by Basil and Cornflower.Meanwhile, Matthias is taken to the sparrow's nest and befriends the sparrow who accidentally kidnapped him, Warbeak. Warbeak manages to keep Matthias's presence a secret from the King Sparrow. However, Matthias accidentally reveals himself when he attempts to sneak into the King's nest, looking for Martin's sword. After a short fight, Matthias manages to kill the King, with Warbeak's aid and Warbeak is declared the new queen. However, it is revealed that the sword was stolen from the sparrows by the snake Asmodeus. Matthias travels to where Asmodeus's lair is believed to be and meets up with Log-a-log, the leader of a group of shrews whom Asmodeus have been attacking. The two sneak into Asmodeus's lair and Matthias finally finds Martin's sword. However, the two accidentally wake Asmodeus, who chases them through his lair. Eventually the two are cornered at a dead end, but Matthias manages to slay the snake with Martin's sword.Meanwhile, Cluny, being driven increasingly mad by nightmares about Martin, hires two foxes, Sela and her son Chickenhound, to sneak into the Abbey and let him in. The two sneak into the abbey and manage to integrate themselves with the Redwallers. One night, when everyone is asleep, the two move to open the gate for Cluny. As they do so, Sela tells Chickenhound to steal valuables from the abbey without Cluny's knowledge and the two would escape with them. As he does so, he is confronted by Methuselah. Chickenhound attacks Methuselah, seriously injuring him and waking the Redwallers. As he tries to make his escape, he accidentally falls off the abbey walls, leaving his fate unknown. Sela, meanwhile, manages to open the gate for Cluny, who quickly kills her for attempting to doublecross him and steal his treasures.Cluny quickly subdues the Redwallers, who are unable to put up much of a resistance against his forces. After all the abbeydwellers are dragged into the Abbey lawn, Cluny asks whom the Abbot is, intending to make an example of him. Before Mortimer can reveal himself, the injured Methuselah pretends to be the Abbot and is slashed across the chest by Cluny's poison barbed tail. After Cornflower tries to stop him from finishing off Methuselah, Cluny is about to execute her, when Matthias suddenly arrives and stops him. With the aid of Log-a-log's shrews and Warbeak's sparrows, the Redwallers manage to drive out Cluny's army. Cluny and Matthias themselves duel in an epic swordfight, eventually ended by Matthias dropping the Abbey Bell on Cluny.Matthias comforts a dying Methuselah who tells him how proud he is and finally dies with a peaceful smile. The Abbeydwellers celebrate their victory and Matthias is declared the Warrior of Redwall. Matthias and Cornflower confess their love and are eventually married. The Abbey bell is melted down and made into two new bells, named Matthias and Methuselah.In a post credits scene, a badly injured Chickenhound is shown dragging himself away and vowing vengeance on the abbeydwellers.

    Theaters: 3924MPAA Rating: PG- for scenes of fantasy violenceBudget: $90 million

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    I really did not want to post this, but I can't think of anything else to do with it. I even changed some of the cast to protect the people I do like. Here it is, in all its messed up glory.



    Genre: Drama/Period/Sci-Fi/Romance/Action

    Date: May 11th

    Theaters: 2,881

    Director: Andrew Niccol

    Cast: Jamie Campbell Bower (Jeremy),  Dayo Okeniyi (Roger Steinman), John Hawkes (George Jacobson), Hayden Pannatierre (Sandra), Miranda Otto (Becky), Cam Gigadnet (Billy), Zac Efron (Peter),  Diego Luna (Tony),  Keira Knightley (Maya), Lea Michelle (Penny), James McAvoy (Elliott), Daniel Craig (President Carson), Christopher Plummer (James Thurgood)

    Composer: Thomas Newman

    Runtime: 158min (2hr, 38min)

    Rating: R for violent content, some sexual content, use of drugs, and language

    Budget: $165 million


    “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” 
    ―Ralph Waldo Emerson


    The year is 2085. A boy is looking down at his (rather futuristic) cellphone, and he is surrounded by other students. All of them are seated in an auditorium, all wearing the same black and grey uniforms. He continues looking at his phone, until he is hit in the back by a man in a suit, who looks at him sternly. “Elliott, this is not okay.” Elliott nods fearfully, and he turns to face forward again. We see the headmaster of Griswell Academy, a 70-sometime man, come up to address the class. Everyone is in complete silence and upright position, and Elliott looks around and decides that he must match his peers. The man, who is introduced as James Thurgood, begins to speak in a strict voice. While He is speaking, though, it is actually a montage of 5 different headmasters of Griswell, one in 1846, 1913, 1964, Y5, and 2073, respectively. They are all speaking to classes of people in their early 20s, all wearing variations of similar uniforms. They all have the same design of black and gray. Note the still similar (and slightly gothic) setting with each time period.



    “Obedience. Wisdom. Strength. Unity. These are the ideal values of all students of Griswell Academy. Ever since the dawn of the 19th century, we have made each student become so much more than they would at any other academy, by maximizing the potential of each student. We do understand that the human body is limited, and exceeding in one area must lead to decreases in others. Here at Griswell Academy, we sacrifice our own selfish, dark, desires in order to be excellent beings and live the most gratifying lives that all of us can. Some may believe that this is too much of a trade, but we digress.


    Now that you have spent 20 years at this academy, from the approval of your families, we believe that you are ready to enter the world of reality and live to an optimal level. Using a very special elixir developed 200 years ago and fine tuned ever since, you will drink it and be able to have your best characteristics flourish. You are all to have this tonic every day, and we will send you new elixirs weekly. When you continue with this drink, you will find greatness within yourself, while adhering to the standards of contemporary society. While greatness is a virtue, we need not alienate ourselves from others. I am confident that you are all ready to become heroes to the world.”


    The five speakers conclude their speech, but we focus on four people other than Elliott. There is Jeremy (1848), Sandra (1915), Peter (1966), and Maya (Y7). The students all applaud without any immature cheering and they all stand uniformly. There were around 100 to 150 of them for each time period. All of the students, save the discrepancies in facial appearance, all look like near clones of each other. We see Elliott clapping along less enthusiastically, and the camera fades to black.






    We see many people, all in the typical attire of the age, going about their business in Boston, Massachusetts.  The sets here are lavishly set up to create a distinct feel for the city. There is a horse drawn carriage driving down the street, with a 27-year old man and an older man sitting inside. The younger man, Jeremy, had been asked by the old man, whose name is George Jacobson, to act as a lawyer to him in a case of theft. George Jacobson has had many valuables stolen from his home, and he accused Roger Steinman, a young African American man who came to the streets of Boston to escape a life of slavery, of committing the crime. Jeremy is given a letter from George that fully explains the whole situation. George also promises that if he gets Roger arrested, he will pay him greatly. Jeremy is a little hesitant at first, but he decides that he will work with George, as money was hard to come by for him in recent times.


    That night, George arrives at his home, which is a fairly nice place considering how he hasn’t made significant sums of money from his job yet. However, he is the only person living there, save the exception of his cat. He sometimes laments the fact that he must live alone, but he is confident that he will find someone to be with. . He takes a drink of the Griswell Elixir, and he continues to do his own personal work by examining the letter that George had given him.




    In San Francisco, California, we see a large group of women preparing to do a march on the city streets. They are all currently in the lobby of an elegant hotel, preparing their picket signs as they prepare to march down the street. They are all part of the historic campaign to secure women’s’ suffrage in the United States. We see one woman, a  43-year old girl named Becky, rallying the fellow activists to prepare for the march. She tells all of them that with their efforts, they may be able to create history through this movement, and that their fruits of labor will pay off soon. They all cheer for Becky, and one of the activists comes up to talk to her. Her name is Sandra, the girl who was at Griswell Academy. She is worried about the opposition that she will receive, and how some people are very opposed to the idea of women suffrage. Becky tells her that this is always the case, and how every movement faces some opposition, but she is confident that they will achieve a deserved victory at the end of it all. Sandra smiles at her, turning to herself once again.


    Sandra has a flashback of the man whom she is living with, Billy. He is an aggressive man with bad drinking habits, and he was often a destructive person.  On a previous night, she got into a fight with him about this protest. Billy told her that women shouldn’t have the right to vote, and she ought to know her place. She lamented the fact that she was helpless and did very little at the time, but she knows the reason for this. She gets something out from the pocket of her jacket: a small bottle of the Griswell Elixir.




    We see a line of soldiers at a military base. Among them is Peter, the student mentioned earlier at Griswell Academy in 1964. He was drafted to go to war in Vietnam, being the only one in his class at Griswell Academy to do so. He and his fellow soldiers are met with a strict, intimidating military general, who tells them about what they will have to go through in Vietnam. Peter adheres to the many requests that the general throws at him, and while he is intimidated by the general slightly, he knows that he will impress him at one time or another. After the general dismisses them, telling them that they will move into Vietnam in one day’s time, everyone relaxes.


    Peter is seen hanging out with some of the fellow soldiers at a lounge, and one of them is playing card tricks with the other. His name is Tony. Tony asks Peter if he wants to join their game, and he insists that he’s fine. Peter asks him again, trying to coax him to play with him, but Peter insists that he wants to get some early rest, having a drink of the Griswell Elixir. He then says to himself how he’s finally being able to live out his dream of serving in the armed forces and bringing safety to his nation, and how he would make his family proud.




    We see the rush of busy cars all over New York City, and we see a beautiful girl, Maya, trying to run across the street. We can tell that she is running late for something, and she is clearly very nervous about it. We soon find out that she is working as an intern for a book publishing company to help pay for her living in New York City and go on to become a successful writer. She is treated well at work, but she doesn’t appear to have any special characteristics. She is just a generic worker, just like everyone else. She sometimes tries to do something funny or clever, but she always ends up restraining herself.


    That night, she is seen going to a party at a large studio apartment. Many young people are there, getting moderately drunk and having a good time. At the party, she meets up with her best friend, Penny. The two have been smitten with each other ever since Maya came to the city, but Penny doesn’t know about Maya’s education. Penny may actually have some very deep feelings for Maya. Maya and Penny spend the night talking casually, and Penny tells Maya that she actually really likes her, but she might like her more than she imagined. Maya smiles, but she suddenly has a restraint of emotion. She soon says that she has to go, and she leaves the party. Penny tries to stop her and ask what’s wrong, but Maya tells her that she is fine, looking at the elixir in her pocket as she walks out of the door.




    We see a young man, recognized as Elliott, walking down the street of a very futuristic Chicago, along with many other people. All of them are wearing black, white, and grey clothing, and the streets are heavily guarded. We see a different man being beaten up by some of the guards, and he is being force fed the very same elixir that was drunken by the Griswell Academy students. There are large holographic ads covering the city, telling everyone to take their elixirs daily or be punished by law. Common in these ads is a photograph of President Carson, the cruel dictator of the land that was the United States. The holograph technology allows him to show his sinister voice, commanding the people below. In the 8 years since Elliott had left the academy, the nation was soon ruthlessly controlled by someone who became obsessed with the elixir, a former Griswell student, forcing the entire nation’s populace to take it as well and create his definition of an ideal society.


    Elliott checks his cell phone, and there is a text message on it. “I’ve got the address. You’re welcome.” An address for some unidentified place soon follows, and Elliott smiles. However, in a few moments afterwards, Elliott is soon stopped by some of the guards, who wear masks that completely conceal their faces, giving blue light as they talk. The guard tells Elliott that he did not detect a trace of Griswell Elixir in his breath. Elliot, pausing for a moment, runs in the opposite direction, plowing through the general civilians until he is pursued and stopped by the aggressive guards, planted aggressively onto the ground. He is forced fed the elixir, and he is warned that if he is detected without having taken the elixir again, he will be arrested. Elliot says that he understands, and he walks off, as if his personality had greatly changed. Soon, we see Elliott walk into a corner, drinking a counter-elixir that he had produced with some of his friends, and he takes a motorcycle through the city alley, to an unspecified destination.




    The activists for women’s suffrage are all parading down the street, without m, all chanting, “One Three Five! Seven Nine! Women’s Suffrage - Now’s The Time!” As the women marched down the street of San Francisco, there were many enthusiastic women in the crowd, as well as many cheering progressives. However, there were also many critics in the crowd, who were booing as they walked by and some going so far as to throw things at them. Sandra looked at these people with much fear, but she tried very hard to keep her head strong and move forward. There are a variety of shots in these scenes, such as wide shots of the City Street and close-ups of Sandra.


    The parade soon comes to an end, and everyone seems a bit exhausted. Becky tells them all that they did a very good job, but that there are still a lot of narrow minded people in this city. They need to bring them over to their side if they are to secure women the right to vote. Everyone soon disbands, including Sandra.




    At a small club in the city, Maya is seen drinking casually with Penny. Maya is controlling herself and minimizing the amount that she drinks. Penny continues to talk to Maya casually, as if the two were sisters. Their conversation is rather humorous, with Penny and her friends making wisecracks throughout. Penny tells Maya that she’s moved into a lovely new apartment, and she wants Maya to be one of the first people to see it. She offers Maya the chance to go to this apartment. Maya looks at Penny, telling her that she would love to come and visit, and how they could leave right from here. However, Maya says that she needs to use the bathroom first.


    Maya soon goes into the bar’s restroom, covered in writings and drawings on the wall. She pulls out the Griswell Elixir again, looking at it closely. She had true feelings for Penny, and she felt the same way about her. However, the Griswell Elixir’s strict code of living and conformity to societal standards would never allow her to take this. Still, she had been warned repeatedly that swaying from the elixir would lead to bad things happening. It was right then, that she decided that she was done living off what the world wanted of her. She was finally going to live for herself. She pours out the contents of the bottle into the sink, and she throws it away aggressively. This was going to be her first night of true freedom. Note that the sound of the bottle crashing creates a transition to a battlefield in 1960s Vietnam.




    We see a helicopter hovering over a grassy field in Vietnam, as Peter and his fellow soldiers are all inside, prepared to face the horrors of war. Peter is sitting next to Tony, who has become a good friend of his over his time leading up to the war. Peter has a drink of the bottle, believing that it will help him excel in combat, and he prepares the others to go into fight. He grabs his weapon as the helicopter hits the landing point, and the soldiers jump out. They wander around the jungle, waiting to find the Vietnamese forces, and they eventually come across their enemy, and an all-out battle soon unfolds.


    The scene is very intense, with many quick shots of the violence in the battlefield. One key aspect of this scene is Peter’s surprising strength in battle. He is a skilled marksman, able to hit targets easily at far distances, and he is also proving to be a strong tactician, able to devise plans for battle and his men on the fly when the current strategies are not working. As the battle progresses, the men are able to hold their own, and a US victory in this battle seems very likely. However, Peter soon finds that Tony is caught in a dangerous place. He had been shot in the leg, and he needs medical assistance as soon as possible. Peter grabs Tony, and he tries to help him back up, requesting to the nearby camp to get medical assistance ready.


    Using the strategies advised by Peter, the US forces are able to etch out a victory in the battle, and Peter had also managed to get Tony to the medical camp. The doctor says that Tony’s injury is quite bleak, but it can be fixed up using what they have. Right before a military doctor comes to work on him, he tells Peter, “Peter….you saved my life.” Peter nods and smiles at him, saying, “All in the day’s work of a soldier.”




    We see the gavel banging on a courtroom, where many people are watching an accusation of theft unfold. Jeremy stands with George Jacobson in the courtroom, opposite the man accused of the crime, Roger Steinman. He looks at Jeremy with a face of misery and sadness. He could see the tears coming down his face. The case soon commences, and Jeremy finds that he is being forced, within his own self as a result of the Griswell elixir, to remain steady in making the case against Roger. He soon stops with a cold breath once he has finished. The people in the room applaud Jeremy, but he actually feels rather upset and even uncomfortable.


    Roger, on the other hand, is rather poor, and he cannot afford a decent lawyer. Rather, he insists tearfully that he was innocent, and that they have the wrong man. Still, it does very little, and Roger is convicted to a harsh jail sentence. After the trail and outside of the court that night, Jeremy is presented with a large check in compensation for his work, and he accepts it. However, he cannot shake this feeling that  Roger was an innocent man, and he did know that George Jacobson was known for being a racist man.




    In the outskirts of the futuristic Chicago, Elliott drives his motorcycle down the strip of a city alleyway, soon stopping it and getting off at a door. He walks up to it, performs an special knock on the door, and he says an elaborate password, “Hopscotch. Foxtrot. Everything ends today.” He is soon let in and greeted by a fellow youth, who welcomes him back to the club once again. Inside the door is a large group of young people, playing games and drinking, but they all stop once Elliott enters, soon cheering for his entry. Elliot soon gets up onto the table, telling everyone that the next meeting of the Valiance Movement is commencing. We soon find out that this is a movement of youth revolutionaries to overthrow the corrupt rule of President Carson and end the misery of the Griswell Elixir. These revolutionaries are known as The Individuals.


    He tells everyone that an associate of his tells him that they will be able to find information about President Carson at the place where the horror began: Griswell Academy. Apparently, it was abandoned once President Carson took over, because now that everyone in the nation was under the control of the elixir, it served no purpose. However, there is still an archive of all students who attended Griswell in the school’s 250 year lifetime, and that he could find something to challenge Carson. He needs to create a team of five others to accompany him on this journey, and that they hope to find something critical. He easily gets 5 volunteers, as his leadership and charisma is truly leaving an impression on these students.





    The applause for Elliott soon transitions to cheering for Peter’s heroic leadership in the battle. His battling skill was unlike anything the soldiers have ever seen before, and that the military will consider promoting him to general if his skill keeps up. Peter tells everyone that he will always to the most that he can for the people close to him, and how the war of the age can be won. Peter soon returns to his private bunk, taking drinks of the elixir. Believing that his great skill comes from this bottle, he keeps drinking it, refusing to hold up.


    Tony walks in on Peter drinking the elixir, and he asks about what he’s drinking. Peter insists that it’s just a bottle of soda that he brought in, trying hard not to lie to his friend. However, Tony suspects that he might be lying, and he asks again, but he insists that he is just curious. He’s not even going to tell the general if it’s something like alcohol. However, Peter becomes angry, telling him to forget about it, and that what he does is none of his concern. Tony is surprised and a bit worried about Peter, as he has never acted like this before. Peter tells Tony to go away out of seemingly uncontrolled anger, and Tony backs away slowly, feeling off-put by the behavior of his new friend. Peter looks at the bottle of the elixir once again, and he continues to drink. He didn’t want to scare off Tony, but he had become so obsessed with it that he wouldn’t let any other soul even know that he has it.




    Sandra arrives in her home with her boyfriend, Billy. Billy has been drinking, and he asks Sandra where she had been in a rather aggressive manner. Sandra, feeling not in control of what she is saying, admits that she was at that protest. After a pause, Billy soon loses his temper, telling Sandra that whatever she does, she’s never going to make her stupid dream a reality. That, and she lied about where she was going today. The social order in the world is there for a reason, and he can’t believe that he decided to be with someone who didn’t understand it at all. He hits Sandra, knocking her to the floor. There is a pause of complete silence.  In this pause, something snaps within Sandra. She was tired of putting up with her boyfriend.


    Sandra, now starting to lose her temper as well, tells Billy that she is tired of how he can just tell her what to do at every situation, and how she wouldn’t take it anymore. The two get into a heated verbal argument after Sandra works her way back up, moving towards the kitchen. In their fight, she grabs a knife and drives it through Billy’s chest. Blood comes out of Billy’s shocked mouth, and he soon falls to the floor, struggling for air. Sandra, looking at Billy and covered in blood, looks at what she had done with an expression of pure horror. She was tired of his bigotry and abusiveness, but she was not ever convinced that he deserved to die for it. She had never done such a shocking thing before in her life, and it was a certainty that the police would find out and eventually sentence her to death. She drops the blood covered knife to the ground and as it lands, the noise transitions to the sound of a horse drawn carriage at night.




    George decides to invite Jeremy over for a feast, where he had decided to hold a party to celebrate the fact that justice has been delivered upon him. There are several elegant people present at the party, and Jeremy is able to socialize with a few of them. At the central feast of the evening, George decides to make this celebration a toast to a young man named Jeremy, someone who would find truth in any situation and be able to find the scum of the world, and there was a round of applause. After the meal however, Jeremy slips into George’s central quarters to examine a few things. Much to his relief, he is undetected in doing so.


    He looks at the desk of George Jacobson, and he finds his personal journal in a box. He decides to take a look at some of the recent entries, but they all discuss how heartbroken George was to have his valuables stolen by some street urchin. Jeremy flips through the pages of the journal, but he finds nothing against George. This may have been in case some police officers wanted to do an additional search of evidence. What he does find, however, is a box accidentally left open, and a letter inside of it, and he decides to take it out. In this letter, George talks about how thrilled he is that he was able to set up Roger as a thief in order to get back at him for winning much money off of him at a gambling contest. He goes so far as to write about how he got a naïve and pathetic young lawyer to actually believe that he was truly guilty. Jeremy feels heartbroken and betrayed upon reading this. “Enjoying ourselves, are we?” A voice from behind calls out to Jeremy, who turns around to see this man, who opens the door to the study. It was none other than George Jacobson himself. George slams the door behind him, while another door opens in a modern city.




    Immediately after, Penny opens the door to her beautiful new apartment, and she lets Maya inside. Penny begins to show her around, pointing out all of the cool things that she didn’t have before in her old apartment. She mainly likes how she has significantly more space than she did at her old place. Maya is pretty fascinated by the place, and she has a seat on Penny’s couch, who soon goes to join her after getting out a few hours d’ourves for the two to enjoy, setting her iPhone to play “Dancing In The Moonlight” in the background. They continue to sit on the couch and talk, while Maya soon decides that she wants to say something that she never had the courage to say for so long. “Penny…” Maya says nervously, “…I think I love you.”


    Penny is surprised to hear this, as she was convinced that her personal love for her was one sided. Penny smiles, and tells Maya that the feeling was mutual. Maya is worried that neither of their parents are going to like this, but Penny places her fingers on her lips. “If we tried to conform to what the man to the left wants us to be, then we wouldn’t make any progress at all, now would we?” Maya nods, thinking about what Penny had just said. Maya then said, “I’m tired of trying to be someone I’m not, so I’m ending it all now.” She soon leans in to Penny’s lips, and she kisses her.  The two soon begin to embrace each other, kissing on the couch while “Dancing In The Moonlight” continues to play in the background. They continue to kiss passionately as Maya rubs her hands down Penny’s body, and they continue to embrace, feeling happier and freer than they have felt in a very long time.





    We see the music come to an intense stop on a heavily stormy day in a New England forest. We see a van pull up to the gates of an abandoned school, Griswell Academy, and we see a man in night vision goggles destroy the lock on the gate so that the van could proceed and get closer to the academy. The van soon pulls up to the academy, which is the same, somewhat gothic building that it always was. Elliott steps out of the van, telling the others to follow. They found a way inside the academy, and their new step was to locate the Griswell Archives.


    The six revolutionaries walked through the halls of the academy, which can be seen covered in rain and dirt, almost like something from a post-apocalyptic movie. They stop when they hear someone breathing heavily in a nearby room. Elliott pulls out his gun and tells the others to wait outside of the room. He kicks the door open, and he sees candles lit around the room. He looks around the room, and he finds an old man sitting at a desk. He begs Elliott not to shoot him, and that he wants all of this to end as well. Elliott takes off his goggles and puts down his gun, believing that he can trust the man.


    The old man introduces himself as James Thurgood, and Elliott, recognizing that he was the old headmaster of the academy, pulls his gun back, ready to fire. James insists that he has changed, begging to be spared, but Elliott is still cautious around him. James goes on to say that he now realizes that the idea of this academy was a true mistake, and he sincerely regrets the work that he had done here. “This was a place where we sacrificed individuality, dreams, and hopes, in order to great above-par people in contemporary society. We had believed that this trade off was worth it, but I was never so wrong in my life.”


    It turns out that Andrew Carson was one of James Thurgood’s favorite students, and he believed in the Griswell ideals whole heartedly. He also believed that the world was a terrible place, full of selfish people who were destroying society. He soon realized that he had to take control of the nation, and he ruthlessly took power in a matter of years, becoming the ruthless leader who he is today. In the start of this reign of terror, I realized that with one student having gone too far, and that this entire academy was a mistake.” James continues on the verge of tears. “I knew many sad stories of students at this place.”




    Jeremy begins yell at George for having lied to him and convincing him to put an innocent man behind bars. George tells Jeremy that Roger was a bad person. “A gambler, a drunkard, and an unproductive worker. If only he had gone to Griswell, much like yourself.” It was at this moment when Jeremy realized that George was exploiting the fact that Jeremy would be a powerful conformist to society as a result of the elixir that he had taken. George had apparently been one of the few people to know about the academy. Jeremy confronts him, but George grabs his arm, forcing him to destroy the letter. Jeremy pauses, soon finding himself forced to obey. “As you wish, Mr. Jacobson.” Jeremy walks over to the fireplace in the study, throwing the letter into the fire.


    Over the next few days, Jeremy is seen continuing to receive work as a lawyer to several clients, and no one had found out about the crime being a complete set up as a result of Mr. Jacobson’s narrow minded negative perception of Roger Steinman, who was now sitting in a prison cell with several other convicts, all of whom were more guilty and despicable than him. Even though the elixir allows him to live up to his upmost potential as a lawyer, he feels ashamed for doing nothing to bring to rest a cruel act of intolerance and deception.




    A woman being led down a prison hallway be several guards: Sandra. She is wearing a white dress, and there  is a blank expression on her face. She is brought to a hanging gallow, where he has been sentenced to death for the murder of Billy Simon. The other people waiting in the white room are the several officers of law and also Becky. Becky wishes to talk to Sandra one last time before she is hanged. She asks Sandra through her tears that it’s hard for her to truly by upset with Sandra, considering that Billy was a very abusive husband. Sandra tells her, with an upset tone of voice but without any crying, that she shouldn’t have done this. The two hug each other, just before Sandra is escorted to the gallow.


     Moments before she is hung, Sandra thinks for a moment, about how she will finally break free with her death, and how she can finally be at peace. “The world will bring fortune to those who need and strive for it most,” she says in a confident, yet quiet, voice. The floor soon falls beneath her, and her feet are seen dangling at a close shot, showing no more of Sandra’s now lifeless body. We still, however, see a smile on Sandra’s face, indicating that she had died happily.




     The head general of Peter’s squadron find the bottle of elixirs inside Peter’s bag, and he suspects that it is alcohol. Peter is called into the office of the general, where he is implicitly yelled at. All that is shown are the many fellow soldiers of Peter waiting outside, worrying about what is happening to him. Tony, however, looks down in sadness, about how he was worried that he would get caught if something shady was in that bottle. Peter is ultimately relieved of duty, and he is escorted to a helicopter. On the helicopter ride, Peter looks outside, showing anger that no one understood what was in that bottle.


    He continues to take the elixir heavily, although he does not find the results to be as satisfying. He ends up becoming a cold, cynical man, who alienated those around him. He was unable to find a decent job, eventually having to settle with a cheap paying job at a grocery store. Many of his co workers are scared of the unstable behavior of Peter, whose obsession with the elixir had turned him into the man that the elixir tried to protect himself from. Deep down, however, he is heartbroken at the loss of his chance of living his dream of being the nation’s most valiant soldier. But alas, that dream was no more.





    The parents of Penny had found out about her relationship with Maya, and they are very furious about it. The parents talk to Penny at the restaurant with Maya, telling her that they will not let the two stay together. While Penny is upset and tries to reason with them, her dad will not listen, telling his daughter that he did not raise her to grow up like this. Maya, however, decides that she will not take it anymore, and she finally tells the two parents off. She starts off at a normal voice, criticizing the parents for their refusal to let the daughter choose how to live. The parents become annoyed, but Maya continues to defend Penny, but more aggressively. She curses in front of the whole restaurant in front of the parents, telling her that they’re killing the girl she wants to be.


     This outburst just confirms the parents’ dislike of Maya, and the next scene actually shows Penny packing her bags. Her parents are making her move away to another city, one where “that crazed hippie bitch” won’t try to corrupt her. Penny tells Maya that she is sorry about all of this, and that her father was always a controlling person. Maya tells her that she can relate. Penny wants to know more, but Maya requests that they not get into it. The two soon kiss, and Penny soon goes to the apartment lobby to leave the city. As she drives away, she sees Maya, looking blankly at her, from the sidewalk. At work, she feels empty, lacking the energy she had before. The only solace that Maya has is that one night she abandoned her elixir, and how she truly loved Penny, but that didn’t matter now. She had another drink of her elixir, feeling emptier than before.




    Back inside the room where James and Elliott are, James gives Elliott a master key to all of the rooms in the academy to find information about Andrew Carson. As he finishes speaking, however, he is shot in the chest, with the bullet apparently coming from behind James. Elliott gasps in horror as James falls to the ground, and he sees a man accompanied by two armed bodyguards walk up to him. Elliott picks up his gun as he sees the man who arrives into the light. He is a fair haired man with a somewhat sinister appearance, and he also has a dark suit. “James Carson, at your service.”


    Elliott points his gun at the president, while the president and his two bodyguards do the same for Elliott. “What the hell are you doing here?” Elliott asks the leader. “I’m afraid that’s none of your concern. Besides, I should be asking you the same question. Did you really think that I would remain blissfully unaware of a revolution that could destroy my entire empire? Yet, I am a reasonable man. I’d like to make a case as to why it would not be productive for me to simply send a bullet through your body at this very moment.”


    The other five soon come into the room having heard the gunshot, but the two bodyguard aim their guns at them, as Cromwell tells them that they are close enough. “I know who you are,” said Elliott, “cynical, angry, heartless.” Carson corrects him, saying that he is destined to be the savior of humanity, and if sacrifices must be made to attain individual greatness, then so be it. Humans were absolutely conformist deep down, after all, so it isn’t like I’m taking away so much of our own lives. That certainly wasn’t what the parents of the children here were thinking.


    Elliott tells him that he is wrong, and that there were so many tales of agony in the lives of Griswell students: injustice (Jeremy), violent opposition (Sandra),  dishonor (Peter), and heartbreak. (Maya) “Stop harboring the illusion that you’re making these lives better.” Carson remains unconvinced, telling him that he is immature, and that he will never learn. The unhappiness of these people was their own faults. Elliott soon looks at his gun and pulls it out, saying that he asked nicely. Elliott then shoots and kills Carson, although he is shot repeatedly by the two guards. As Carson and Elliott lay dead on the floor, a firefight erupts between the five revolutionaries and the two guards. The two guards are quickly defeated.


    Before the five remaining revolutionaries move out, they mourn the fatal wounds that Elliott received. Elliott utters a few last words, pulling an explosive out of his pocket that James had given to him. “Destroy this place. Blow it to the sky,” are his last words. They all know what this means. The five of them go outside, a significant distance away from the academy, with the detonator for the bomb in hand. The one with the detonator says, “Hopscotch. Foxtrot. Everything ends today,” pressing the trigger of the bomb. With this sound, the bomb goes off at the academy, and the fire burns through the building in slow motion. One shot shows the fiery explosion coming over the bodies of Andrew Carson, Elliott, and James Thurgood. The five of them remain looking at the fire from afar.


    We then see a montage of life in a matter of days, set to calm piano music, of the forceful screens showing propaganda in each city, shutting down, and large amounts of the Griswell Elixir coming down the sewers. The revolutionaries are celebrating in their private club, while also mourning the death of their leader, and people are seen celebrating and dancing in the streets. It was truly going to be a better day for all in the nation. There are also moments of the lives of Peter, Maya, Sandra, and Jeremy, before their lives began to deteriorate. These, after all, were just some of the hundreds of stories


    James Thurgood, who narrated the monologue in the first scene, narrates the final monologue in the film:  “I have learned about just how incredible the human spirit truly is. For each person, it is a unique code that defines hopes, dreams, personalities, and more. Who are we to try and take what makes each person special away? To force them to protect themselves against the occasional harshness of society? Yes, we can alienate others and find that we make big mistakes, but what is important is that we don’t live how others tell us to. In fact, the true heroes are the world are the ones not afraid to set things right. Elliott was a hero, and I am ashamed to have taken so long to realize this. I was not open to the belief that we must decide for ourselves how to live our lives. But now, I know better.


    As the monologue comes to an end, we return to the destruction of Griswell Academy. Back in the rainy forest a few days, the fire from the explosion was controlled, and all of the revolutionaries were satisfied. They are seen entering their van once again, which drives away. From the car window, we see one looking out at the camera, smiling as she sees the destroyed academy once more. The camera remains on eye level with the road, showing the car drive off through the lengthy strip of trees and a glorious sunrise.


    End Credits Song: “Who We Are” by Florence + The Machine.

    Edited by Spaghetti
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