It is also a poem. In addition, the work has characteristics of most love songs, such as repetition or refrainrhyme, and rhythm. It also focuses on the womanly love that eludes Prufrock. Louis, while he was growing up.
The goons hang Billy Ray upside-down in a traveling helicopter to try to get him to reveal where he hid a fortune in diamonds that he stole from Navarro, while Carmen follows the helicopter in her Porche.
Bil ly Ray obliquely reveals to Carmen the location of the diamonds just before the goons shoot him dead. With no planes available again, a question better left unaskedOsborn and McKinnon must drive their uncooperative witness to their destination, while Carmen tries to decipher the mysterious clues Billy Ray gave her before he died.
That scenario becomes moot when Carmen leads her two FBI escorts to the stolen diamonds. Now, our hapless trio must fight for their lives, which includes a stop at a redneck bar where a huge fight breaks out and Drago takes Osborn hostage.
McKinnon and Carmen swing into action to rescue Osborn but, during the daring rescue, McKinnon is seriously injured. Osborn and Carmen who are growing quite fond of each other make it to the pick-up point, only to discover that someone Osborn trusted has betrayed them.
Still, this is nothing more than an excuse for Stewart to give his stunt buddies an opportunity to shine, and shine they do. Cars fly through the air, crash through motor homes, houses and explode into fireballs. There are also high falls, fire gags and gunfights galore.
If stunts and action are your thing, this film is a good bet. Make sure you stay through the closing credits to see some funny outtakes involving Smith and Ross Hagen.
Not Rated, but definitely R-rated material thanks to bloody violence and plentiful nudity. Richard grieco stars as Rex, a fame-seeking fast-draw killer who rides around in a red Cadillac convertable challenging cops to see who can draw their gun the quickest. Rex contacts the interested reporter and tells her that he wants her to film his quick-draw challenge with Shepard.
Better production values than normal for a Wynorski film, it is also the first film he has done in recent memory that contains no nudity. He must be softening with age.
Since the Japs just trounced us at Pearl Harbor, the General tells his men that they must go to the Philippines and defeat Tojo before the country is lost forever to the yellow menace.
In the film proper, a group of Filipino freedom fighters must battle the Japanese and the guerillas to maintain their territory.
The American soldiers, led by Cobra Frank Juhasz and Bazooka Mike Abbottsee their numbers being slowly thinned-out by a single Japanese soldier, who kills three of the squad before he is cornered and blows himself up with a grenade.
The squad who act more like high school jocks than a well-trained Special Forces squad then set a trap for an advance squad of guerillas, but the guerillas spot a lit cigarette and the word "Fuck" spelled-out with piss on the ground, both left there by careless American squad membersand almost escape the trap.
Meanwhile, the Filipino freedom fighters continue to fight the Japs and their guerilla cohorts and must now blow up a bridge that is an important thoroughfare for the Jap supply line. Can they do it? And what will become of the Americans?
The dialogue, which consists mainly of exchanges like this between two American soldiers: People do the most asinine things at the most inopportune times, the dialogue is ridiculous and the matching of old and new footage looks to have been done by a blind man.The Waste Land Summary.
It is difficult to tie one meaning to The Waste Land. Ultimately, the poem itself is about culture: the celebration of culture, the death of culture, the misery of being learned in a world that has largely forgotten its roots.
“The Waste Land” by T.S Eliot describes the barrenness of city life in modern civilization and also gives us an authentic impression of the psychology of educated people in the psychological stump that took place immediately after World War I. Latest breaking news, including politics, crime and celebrity.
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“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” contains T.S. Eliot’s perception on modern man. The narrator of the poem, J. Alfred Prufrock, represents Eliot’s depiction of modern man. Reviews, essays, books and the arts: the leading international weekly for literary culture.