why do i feel good

Clement 2022-04-21 09:02:23

Modern Warfare films have always been my favorites, and I'm always thrilled with the irresistible elements of GI, FBI, CIA, Special Forces, mercenaries, and more.
There are several types of favorite themes, one is a little sentimental, such as the fall of the shadow, the bomb disposal unit; the other is the accumulation of pure visual plots, such as the assassination of bin Laden, the action of the brave; the other is taken from the grand background. Take a point of view and describe it in depth, this film is the last one.
Movies are about telling stories. If you tell a broad story, you won’t be able to go deep. If you want to go deep, you have to grasp a certain point. In fact, recent sci-fi movies also have this trend from big to small (off topic).
The film is about anti-terrorism, but instead of narrating all the six years of pursuit in the story, it captures the last ten hours, the final decision link, from the perspectives of different characters, tells the story of the war in the environment of war. Between life and death, human nature, rationality and sensibility, what is supreme. It seems like it's just a decision to kill or not to kill, but it contains many propositions, such as the irony of political figures not taking responsibility, such as the choice between insisting on 100% justice and saving more lives, such as sticking to principles, such as what is Respect for life. It's all because of a little girl, and because of a living being on the way to stop more killings. Everyone has their own balance in their hearts, which is more important and which is more important, each person has his own words, and what is the principle that should be adhered to. I love all the military characters in the movie because they stick to their principles better than all the politicians, whether they agree or not, they are doing their best to perform their duties. And it is this conflict between duty and human nature that makes people reflect more, rather than the football played by politicians. For a split second, I wondered how much I would stick to my principles and my responsibilities if it were me. The environment changes, the conditions change, but what should remain the same, we will often encounter such problems.
I like the thinking that the movie brings to me, not just a compliment, these two hours are worth it, but I hope it will bring me a longer-term benefit.
In addition, the film's portrayal of some details is really good, such as the missile launch process, the legality confirmation of the attack, and the identification of collateral damage. I was wondering if there was such a rigorous process, would there be less abuse? News of the killing of civilians.
Also, the powerful surveillance system in the whole movie made me so addicted, I liked the perfect control.
Secondly, the last paragraph that Alan Rickman said in the film made me feel very deeply, the butt determines the head, and it is more important to know what you have experienced. Never tell a soldier that he does not know the cost of war, you are here drinking coffee and eating biscuits and crying for little girls, but those who have really seen the tragic war will make the decision that is closest to the truth. People are always more willing to believe and consider what they see, and bury their heads like ostriches to avoid the disaster that is coming.
Finally, I saw a film review and said it very well. There is a Chinese saying that people are watching the sky, and Eye in the Sky seems to echo this Chinese proverb by coincidence.

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Extended Reading
  • Christiana 2021-12-19 08:01:08

    Seeing, I want to eat noodles-_-||| (just this bowl of main theme chicken soup)

  • Jules 2021-12-19 08:01:08

    The rhythm and perspective switching are very smooth, but the theme is as circuitous as the "Strategic Secret Service". That is "Anti-terrorism actually requires torture?" This is "How can missiles accidentally injure civilians?"-How new. Isn't the next step "killing people in war"? -"Blood Battle of Hacksaw Ridge" is coming.

Eye in the Sky quotes

  • Angela Northman: In my opinion, that was disgraceful. And all done from the safety of your chair.

    Lt. General Frank Benson: I have attended the immediate aftermath of five suicide bombings, on the ground, with the bodies. What you witnessed today, with your coffee and your biscuits, is terrible. But what these men would have done would have been even more terrible.

  • [last lines]

    Lieutenant Colonel Ed Walsh: You did well. Both of you.

    Steve Watts: Thank you... Sir.

    Lieutenant Colonel Ed Walsh: Now you go home. Get some rest. I need you both back here in 12 hours... Okay?