dalekofchaos said: Breaking Bad
I hate that they killed Gus. I hate that they killed Max, and I hate that Gus never got to kill Hector. I hate that we never got to see Gus’ past in Chile and Mexico with Max. I hate that Gale and Mike both died. I hate that Jane and Andrea died for the purpose of man-pain. Especially Andrea. There was absolutely no excuse for her death.
Anonymous said: aco
I hate the fact that the take-away message unfortunately embedded in the “free will/moral choice” theme is that “boys will be boys”, and that moral choice and free will in the novel seem to be reserved only as rights for men (when a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man). And obviously, though women are hardly wasted any time on, the treatment of women in the book and film, in that they are all either cruel or victims, treated merely as targets, above all. In the very predatory, sadomasochistic landscape of the narrative, the women have zero agency and serve only to irritate/antagonize (Alex’s mom) or be victimized (Mrs. Alexander) or both (Cat-lady, Marty and Sonietta). It’s a given in the story that women have no control, and the story equates a lack of control to castration, to becoming “feminized”, which, for a man, the novel and film implies, is nightmarish.
the new ask meme: send me literally anything and ill tell you something i hate about it