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The Favourite Is Not Kenneth Branagh
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    Thread created on 04:03:14 - 30/04/19 (2 years ago)
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    I came across a bunch of people who think it's unpatriotic to not support Kenneth Branagh. My question was simply that that I didn't know who he is. So I did a Google search. Turns out he's a special snowflake who starred in films depicting Shakespeare and King Henry. Forced to sit a British culture rehabilitation exam like a newcomer to these shores for not supporting a f**king actor who pretends to be a king is f**king dumb. Excuse my lower class loutishness.

    While the Queen herself is indeed special, I refuse to direct my eyes to the pissant that is merely a below average film. What's so interesting about the life of a female monarch anyway? She's lesbian it turns out, always pregnant and likes to throw tantrums at black civil servants for not giving her attention. Clearly an easily forgettable film: I strongly believe that a real man can't watch a film about 100 pregnancies and lesbianism no matter who the film is about.

    That said, everything in the Oscars was shit! Roma was a piece of shit I refuse to watch. The actor is ugly as shit and the story is piss poor.
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    Posted on 14:02:20 - 19/05/19 (2 years ago)
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    I followed Kenneth branagh since he started filmmaking with the merchant ivory gang. I watch him make his dreams come true getting to play roles he may never have gotten and direct according to his own vision and marry the gream Emma Thompson and date Helena Bonham Carter. I'm a fan. The favorite was interesting because it focused on relationships, negotiating, working the system when the under privileged try to climb up marry up and gain power, using ones whole self as the only commodity bargaining chip to gain power and protection. Actively showing you give a damn about someone and it's not too much to ask to to live to serve and fulfill another, person not out of love or bein in love but because they are worthy of it. At times the queen forgot her sense of self value, her mental sharpness for strategy,her decisiveness,and ability to rule. She surrendered her identity and throne for a woman who did not celebrate her or the sacrifice the queen went so far as to empower her female lover to rule. The female lover only wanted power as men had it and exercised dominance and neglect to keep the queen mentally unbalanced and weak. The new girl wanted to regain lost social status and surrendered everything to empower the queen, to remind her of her power and right ro have all in subjection and to reclaim her throne to get the queen to remember herself and find her self esteem to be able to protect the new girl from the wrath of the queens female lover and regain social standing. The movie showed that through the cooperation  and machinations  of friends anything is possible. It was very raw without being overly graphic  about duality in human nature the film said alot. 
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    Posted on 18:29:33 - 19/05/19 (2 years ago)
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    What the f**k is all this about? British culture rehabilitation exam?
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    Posted on 21:34:30 - 19/05/19 (2 years ago)
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    I followed Kenneth branagh since he started filmmaking with the merchant ivory gang. I watch him make his dreams come true getting to play roles he may never have gotten and direct according to his own vision and marry the gream Emma Thompson and date Helena Bonham Carter. I'm a fan. The favorite was interesting because it focused on relationships, negotiating, working the system when the under privileged try to climb up marry up and gain power, using ones whole self as the only commodity bargaining chip to gain power and protection. Actively showing you give a damn about someone and it's not too much to ask to to live to serve and fulfill another, person not out of love or bein in love but because they are worthy of it. At times the queen forgot her sense of self value, her mental sharpness for strategy,her decisiveness,and ability to rule. She surrendered her identity and throne for a woman who did not celebrate her or the sacrifice the queen went so far as to empower her female lover to rule. The female lover only wanted power as men had it and exercised dominance and neglect to keep the queen mentally unbalanced and weak. The new girl wanted to regain lost social status and surrendered everything to empower the queen, to remind her of her power and right ro have all in subjection and to reclaim her throne to get the queen to remember herself and find her self esteem to be able to protect the new girl from the wrath of the queens female lover and regain social standing. The movie showed that through the cooperation and machinations  of friends anything is possible. It was very raw without being overly graphic  about duality in human nature the film said alot. 
    Thanks for your post.

    This is a rant thread about my displeasure, aimed at the elite journalism and public relations firms associated with films. In this case, it's a film that explores the history of a very high profile British family and lineage: the first monarch of the United Kingdom as well as King Henry. The BBC believes it ALONE is in a unique role to tell us what's good for us; that films are more than just entertainment; that they somehow symbolise and represent the real world. These organizations are actually threatening consumers like me and I hate being told what to do. The BBC should SHUT THE f**k UP ABOUT ITS BRAND OF PATRIOTISM! The old bald twat in the limo before the Oscars is a f**king killer!

    My rant isn't about the film itself, I haven't seen the film. I don't know much about Kenneth. 

    @ MadHatter, you will find out what I am talking about when you make a lot of public statements. The elite will attempt to rip apart everything you say and do. Watch news channels. It's not just high profile public figures like celebrities and politicians who live restricted lifestyles. All of us are at risk of becoming slaves to journalism. We can't say and do what we want anymore and it's making me very angry. I am not a very controversial figure either. I just want genuine freedom!
    Last edited by KeijiShibusawa on 22:07:53 - 19/05/19

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