And why do people on reddit like it so much?
To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a type viewer's head. There is also a Rack’s nihilistic out look, which is deftly woven into his characterization- his personal philosophy draws heavily from Narodnaya Volya literature, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these jokes, to realize that they are not just funny- they say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Rick & Morty truly ARE idiots- Of course they wouldn’t appreciate, for instance, The humor in Rack’s existential catchphrase “ Wubba Lubba Dub Dub,” Which itself is a cryptic reference to Turgenev’s Russian epic Fathers and sons. I’m smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Dan Harmon’s genius wit unfolds itself on their television screens. What fools.. how I pity them.
Ten weeks since the start of the journey, I now discover a pattern of Hong Kong films where my parents used to watch – nostalgia towards a world that no longer exists. I still remember the ancient China in wuxia films like Come Drink with Me and The One-Armed Swordsman where the main characters fight for their beliefs. Unlike many of the Western societies that are guided by religion, Chinese people live with a belief in the philosophy of Confucius. The central culture passed on to future generations in the Chinese society were dignity and honour, which were the most important aspects of life even though they may cost one’s life to maintain his loyalty to his beliefs or keep a promise to his friends.
Another core concept conveyed in this film is the enforcement of justice. Shrimp head and small b were both disappointed in the dark world where the old virtues were not appreciated anymore. “I believe in justice, but nobody believes me,” says Inspector Li. The rigid bureaucracy, the broken legal system, and the fact that bad people can get away without punishment woken up the two characters’ cynical selves. The two persons against the world, one tried to get rid of the life of being chased after and pay his debt of hurting Jenny, and the other aimed at revenging for his dead colleague and fought for his concept of social justice.
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When it comes to dating and relationships, I often find myself wondering how certain people end up with others. Wondering why they don’t walk away if they don’t get what they deserve and hoping that they truly appreciate their teammate if they are getting what they deserve.
The ending for them being a tragedy, yet the process of fighting for beliefs was heroic, and the brotherhood was touching. Maybe shrimp head was right: “The world has changed. We are not suitable in this world. We are too nostalgic.”
I think a big part of the problem blurring this line is that many people aren’t even quite sure what a healthy relationship looks like these days or how a “good man” (or woman) should act towards their partner. To help clarify, I have put together this list of how a good man should act while in a relationship.
Speaking of the brotherhood, I highly appraise the director and the actors’ attention to details, making the characters vivid and understandable. Chow Yun-Fat was not nominated for Oscar for no reason; his facial expressions, even a small move of his eyes and eyebrows, carried a flood of underlying emotions. Ah Jong is not just a cold-blooded assassin; he is a human with compassion towards the innocent. He would risk his own life to send the injured girl to a hospital and wait until she returns conscious. The pleasant smile on Ah Jong’s face when he saw the girl’s fingers moved was just appropriate. He is also humanized by expressing his mixed feeling towards Brother Sei who betrayed him. Sitting face to face in Ah Jong’s place, the two actors created the serious atmosphere even without intense plots. Ah Jong’s anger and frustration, mixed with reminiscence of the old time, were all in the actor’s eyes.
1. A good man never lets you forget how much he loves you.
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I cannot tell you how many conversations I have had with people who tell me that there is no affection in their relationship. The man in their life does not make them feel loved, wanted or appreciated. This is a profoundly important piece of the puzzle — a good man will always remind you how much you mean to him.
If someone truly loves you, you will know it and feel it. If they don’t, you’ll be wondering all the time if they do.
2. A good man always supports you.
Regardless of whether you want to go back to school after 20 years to get your Master’s degree, start a singing career or stay at home to raise a family, a good man will always support you and what you want out of your life. He will never discourage you or make you feel as though you can’t do what you set out to do. He will be beside you every step of the way, cheering on your victories and comforting you during your defeats.
3. A good man will inspire you.
This goes one step beyond supporting you, which can be more passive. To inspire someone takes effort both in how one lives their own life and how they encourage others to live theirs. A good man’s drive and ambition will rub off on you as he pursues his own passions.
4. A good man will work to gain your trust.
A good man will want you to be comfortable and confident in your relationship. The very cornerstone of this is being able to trust someone, and he will realize that. Without trust, there is no foundation for love or respect.
He will understand that trust is not just handed over to someone — it has to be earned, and then it has to be kept.