I viewed the beginning of the movie Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence, before turning the movie off very soon after she mentioned what her invention is. I hated the position she was in. Instead of simply accepting what was being offered to me, I rejected it -- choosing instead to have another go at creating something better with my mind.
About the beginning of that movie though: some of it comes from my previous post in this thread, which is only a few posts above this one. The girl, Joy -- A.K.A. Kara the super-girl, named like the Greek word "chara" -- is an imaginative creatress, side-by-side with her dark-haired sister: referring in this context to the aggressive and receptive aspects of the same girl. It says loudly and clearly to the audience that the Goddess can write the story herself, and the masculine aspect of the cosmic curator doesn't like that. So he showed his "true colours".
But remember that there are two "Dean Cains": there is the person whose behaviour I am exposing since I have had enough of it, and there is the idea I have of that person's potential to be someone who actually helps people, instead of pretending to help them while actually trying to oppress them.
I created a better movie with my mind: The Ice Princess, which was released in America as "Ice Princess Lily". The version of the movie which I viewed stars Kristin Fairlie as Lilli, whose face and hairstyle remind me of Kristen Wiig -- and the story is about Goddess Lilith revealing that she is not a monster after all.
The movie's history is very interesting, as it represents the girl taking control of her own story with regard to name, appearance, and gender.
The German movie poster features a Bully, but notice that Lilli herself is looking to the left. And there is nothing fallen about my lesbian orientation.
Next to that Bully -- on the poster only -- is the snowman who wants to be the only one "walking in the air", dressed like a Fat Controller and voiced by Heinz in the German version: a Henry Kissinger reference that identifies the bully with a small "b" as the floater from the Fortress of Solitude -- or is it Orthanc -- with his stupid statue now relocated as it wasn't very well received, to say the least. And notice that he tries to take the credit for everything, but the wannabe Emperor ends up more like Snoke.
The Zach in the credits is not Zack Snyder -- although I do have something to say to him with regard to an end credits sequence, but I choose to be polite about it. Obviously I was less polite in a previous post here, but I was doing my best to stay calm. Also, I am not going to say that Superman made him do it, as that is not my idea of who Zack Snyder is. With regard to Zach Bennett, think Jane Austen, a Mesopotamian name for God, and the alleged creator who is more mafia crime "lord" than maker.
Nessaja is pronounced Nessiah in English: as in "He's not the Messiah..." -- again! LOL. But what I actually want to say is that I dislike the idea of Mistress Elizabeth -- i.e. she who must be obeyed -- almost as much as I dislike Master Darcy. I feel that I ought to say that I dislike both of them equally, but alas I am a lesbian with an attraction to girls who like to ride on top: and that is the only situation in which I enjoy "being ridden".
What I am saying with this movie is that the dragon is a girl and she's not the Devil. She rides herself, so it is she who flies on her own as well.
I don't subscribe to the strict-dualist scheme, so I refuse to label him as the Devil simply because I am not the Devil. But I will let him speak for himself through the character of Arktos in the movie.
I am everything, but I am the Goddess.
I don't hate men and it is not my mission to alienate them. I used to like the movie How To Train Your Dragon until god-as-a-man's behaviour got worse and worse; now, simply noticing it on Netflix while searching for an alternative to the Jennifer Lawrence story was a slightly triggering experience for me. So I created the Ice Princess movie to help myself feel better.
The name of the director refers to that Fourth World reject from Josstice League who was on a mission, seemingly to make the Amazon love him -- although who knows what that line was about! The movie was so badly edited. Anyway, I don't love you in that way, S Gerrard. I like the colour red though, but I don't support a football team.
The end of the movie is a reminder that I never wanted to hurt Steven Wolf; not even his worst representation from the Winter of 2017. It highlights one of the few things that I genuinely loved about the theatrical version of Justice League: that the League showed the masses they don't have to be afraid of God's cruelty, and that they can fight back against it. It is also important to me that it is shown that the Goddess can do it on her own -- but that is what I am doing, now, with this post about a children's animated movie.
I still think that the character of Steve Trevor is a nice man; a well-meaning person who is not the same as Superman -- even though I refuse to say that he cannot do what I can do. Obviously I don't want a man as my lover, but I very much do not want a "Lois lain" of any sort. That is what this aspect of me was saying via the Supergirl Season Four Blu-Rays.
Hmm. I went a little off-topic there, but it might have been one of the most important things I typed up for this post. The thing I wanted to say though, is that I have not actually seen my favourite movie, Wonder Woman, for quite a while -- and that has been my choice in response to god-as-a-man's attempts at gay conversion therapy. I remember how I used to cry at the end of the movie, as love is love and I can empathise with that, even as a solipsist.
Back to speaking of that other movie: I feel that the end credits sequence is inappropriate. The dragon child has been through a lot. Horrible, horrible trauma -- which is something that I, personally, understand very well. I feel that the recurring motif of protecting innocence, which is good for the story portion of the movie, is good for the end credits sequence as well. I am a person who stays at the cinema until the very end of the credits, by the way. However, a movie that I recently viewed on TV I chose to turn off before the very end, and that is unusual for me.
I am feeling very, very angry again, now. But I don't want to be manipulated into "retaliating" against someone who I actually like and believe to be an ally.
So I am choosing to deliberately draw attention to the beginning of the movie Joy, and to the very end of the animated movie The Ice Princess. Doing so says what I want to say without me behaving as "the villain".