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“If Marvel can take a chance on a movie starring a talking raccoon, then certainly they can take a chance on a movie starring a female superhero.”
Sofie finishes her first trilogy of "Who is...?" videos with a more troublesome character, but one who's also pretty important: the one and only Wonder Woman.
In the second video of Sofie's "Who is...?" series, she takes a look at Gotham City's one and only Dark Knight.
“This movie left me wanting more, rather than leaving me frustrated, which is high praise for a film that deliberately screws over its own continuity this much.”
“When it comes to Hollywood making a Godzilla movie, this is about the best possible outcome anyone could have hoped for.”
In the first video of Sofie's new segment "Who is...?", she decides to talk about the Man of Tomorrow, and about who he is as a person and a character. What does he stand for? And what is the one "keyword" that sums him up?
Dedicated to my loyal friend, edittor and supporter, Elliot Hodgett
“The idea that there are ‘geek’ places that are a completely devoid of girls is just bullshit, and only serves to further propagate the image that girls don’t know how to have fun and don’t understand geek culture.”
Finally, the last video in Sofie's Miyazaki March series, as she takes a bit of time to look both backwards and forwards at the legacy that director Hayao Miyazaki left the world, and what it actually means to the world of animation.
And so Miyazaki March finally comes to an end, as Sofie reviews Miyazaki's swan song, The Wind Rises, just released in Danish theaters.
Sofie returns to an oldie but a goodie as she nears the end of Miyazaki March, looking at the Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind manga that was the source of the movie of the same name, and thus also the catalyst for Miyazaki's movie career.
Sofie's almost to the finish line of Miyazaki March as she looks at... Well, let's just say it's a good thing this wasn't Hayao Miyazaki's final film.
In this episode, Sofie talks about a movie with a main character named Sophie.
Sofie looks at the strangest of Miyazaki's movies, which, in a way, also makes it the most admirable one.
Sofie nears the finish line of Miyazaki March with one of the crown jewels of Miyazaki's career.
Sofie takes a break from the actual Miyazaki movies to talk about one of the people who never gets enough praise in making Miyazaki's movies what they are. She discusses the music of Joe Hisaishi, and movie music in general, before we return to her regularly scheduled Miyazaki March... er, March-ish.
“It’s funny that in a world inhabited by iron-clad, god-like, and star-spangled superheroes, we end up with such bland and boring villains. ”