Which Aquaman movie is the best?

  • August 17, 2021

An online poll conducted by Vice News found that an Aquaman sequel is the most popular film on the internet, with fans overwhelmingly agreeing that the film is a “classic”.

The poll, conducted by the website The Cinematic Titanic, asked participants to rank the 50 best films from the 50 biggest blockbusters of the last 50 years.

The poll concluded that Aquaman is the only film that “has a fanbase that hasn’t died off”, and that “it’s definitely a classic.”

However, the film’s popularity on social media, with users responding to the poll’s question with comments such as “this is a classic!”, “this one is even better”, and “I’m going to watch this”, may not be a coincidence.

Aquaman is based on the 1980s comic book series by Gerry Conway and Brian Bolland, written by Conway and drawn by Brian Bollan.

The film follows the adventures of the titular superhero in his search for his long-lost daughter, and features a cast of familiar faces including Chris Pine, Amber Heard, Jaimie Alexander, and Zendaya.

A sequel to the film, titled Aquaman: The Final Chapter, was announced in June this year.

Pauline Hanson’s new film: ‘No one will be allowed to say the word white’

  • August 6, 2021

AUSTRALIA’S leader, who has long faced accusations of racism, has revealed she is making a new film to counter racist views that are dominating public discourse.

In her first major speech as the leader of the opposition, Pauline Abbott revealed the film, The Unquiet Australians, will be released in September, with a planned release in the US.

Abbott said the film was a response to the “false, vicious and inflammatory attacks” she faced, including being labelled a “racist” by her former rival Tony Abbott, and the use of “n-word” by former US President Donald Trump.

“In this film, I will not be labelled as a racist, as a white supremacist, as an Islamophobe, as the anti-Semite that I am, but I will be asked to explain how I came to be so angry with a person who I’ve known for 20 years,” she said.

“And if that person were to say something I disagreed with, it would be met with an immediate attack on the person’s character and characterisation as a human being.”

Ms Abbott also attacked the idea that racism and misogyny were “common place”.

“In the real world, there are more men of colour than women,” she told the conference.

She said the campaign against sexism had not only impacted women of colour, but the women who were not.

“[We need to] understand that this is a conversation that is being driven by men, not women.”

Ms Abbot, who also criticised “misogynistic, racist and sexist” politicians in her speech, said she would “fight for every woman in Australia to be able to be proud of who she is”.

The film, which Ms Abbott has dubbed The Unwanted, is being produced by a group of women from across the country, including her former partner and daughter-in-law, who are the lead producers.

AAP/ABCTopics:politics-and-government,women,political-parties,government-and–politics,aboriginal-andamphibian-aboriginals,united-statesFirst posted August 31, 2020 14:31:32Contact Sarah SmithMore stories from Western Australia