... you can learn from:
Hugo: All my life I always wanted to fly. I always wanted to live like a hawk. I know you're not supposed to be jealous of anything, but... to take flight, to soar above everything and everyone, now that's living. But a hawk is no good around normal birds. It can't fit in. Even though all the other birds probably wanna be hawks; they hate him for what they can't be. Proud. Powerful. Determined. Dark. Odin is a hawk. He soars above us. He can fly. One of these days, everyone's gonna pay attention to me. Because I'm gonna fly too.
I feel as if I must have seen O when it came out in 2001 (given I have long harbored these Josh Hartnett feelings) but it's been so long I have no memory of it -- anyone revisited it lately? (It streams on Paramount+ if you're now inspired to.) I have a feeling it might be cringe now given how much we've shifted in our ways of discussing race in even just the past five years -- a lot of things from the 2000s feel biblical-old upon a look back.
right here) so the boy's got juice in him yet. Anyway I went to check what he is up to next and of course it's Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer -- if an actor's not in Barbie or Asteroid City then they're in Oppenheimer -- them's the rules! On that note I have to admit, Nolan-disbeliever though I may be, that I love the Oppenheimer poster they dropped this morning: