The Count of Monte CristoDVD - 2005-
MPAA rating: 16UP; for mature themes.
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So sorry, as there are more comments that I couldn't quite fit on and in the comments section. Alright,initially, I had thought that the Count character was king of cool and the coolest; he being daringly defined and being one who would redefine what it might mean to be nonchalant and be chivalrously cool; he was as an avant-guard, as like guarding a sealed door of the senses of that between life and death; in thru the tenacious toils, the daily grind and abysmal everyday occurrences, he seemed to be a revealer, revealing its constant rowing thru a growing stream of dreams and nightmares; indeed an enigmatic master of a man-like man, musing an otherworldly and outer-worldly majesty, who musters in a magnificent masterpiece of his own making and personal partaking; it all is as an eternal dream, drawn out on a corporeal and semi-surreal canvas. He plays like a narrator to people’s souls, and in that, perhaps he is as acting soul telling story to and about corruptions decadent and current self. He had felt as a kind of perfect paragon and that of a pinnacled poet, where he set then all into perpetual motion, perpetuating a comparison between the banally common and the outerly uncommon. I can pull off this same series of eerie charismatic countenance qualities as like the count, myself…but this I can only do in a retarded kind of way. But, as such as any creating poet can probably do, this is about the extent of any average potent poet. It was as if he, the Count were pushing said supposed space and said supposed particles of it around, and setting them all into motion. To me, it does seem hard to correct corruption when only humble and benevolent, medicant monks would die ever so quietly and quick while wicked evil would seem to live on in its stupid, seemingly stronger way(s). Summary of Tags: avenging story, boldly bardic, anime, anime series, artistic clothes, cosmic clothes, layers of lattice laced lies, lies, planned plots, false imprisonment, sci-fi adaption. -Xandor Who
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Vindictive Vengeance as narrated by a cryptic bard, who from his own tongue creating diction and by his own life led affliction, has had it so miserably hard; and so now in retaliation, he spreads and sews his airy-eerie seeds of romance and of green grown vengeance amidst and amongst dying flowers and dying leaves, and fabricates feral fantasies for them, of where which buds begin anew to bloom; but all this while, there in stirs whirlwinds, waging and raging and tearing all up in their path, leaving no room left for those who would wish and want weave webs of their lies into life's looms. And so now revelation revealed… this is the tale and fate of The Count of Monte Cristo... and of all involved… and to their fate, let it now be unsealed. And to all, whom might be involved in his waking and walking gait, to those, who should be made most aware of this, his malice, his vendetta, his coming to getcha’ honest hate. Beware! For when he’s gotch' you, it’s already too late! -X; Who