2016年12月1日星期四

Angry Birds/愤怒的小鸟

Well, I think this animation deserves a better rating than IMDB's score, because it is a good political metaphor for the situation in Europe when Muslim refugees (like the green pigs in the movie) tried to flood into Europe while threatening the local traditional societies. The white eagle is the United States who had ever protected the world peace but currently being not strong any more. The three bird partners, red, yellow, black, is just the colors of the German flag, representing German where the issue of Muslim immigrating is the worst. And the audience would see other symbols as political metaphors everywhere in the animation; detailed analysis is below on the bottom.

Of course my paragraph above is not political right, but I'm here to discuss how to solve social problems, not to show some hollow mercy. Every rational one knows, love alone can solve NO issues.

There must be a balance: civilized nations could accept Muslim refugees, they however must follow local social codes, because they come to civilized nations for civilized life, or they can stay where they had been. When you are in Rome, do as the Romans do. Respect is mutual, you have to respect others while requiring to be respected. "They refuse to convert to Allah so I have to kill them" is NOT any kind of respect.

The animation skills are Disney-level:










Also it salutes to some blockbusters:

 Quicksilver in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"

 Jobs



But actually, it is a political animation:
 mock of Amnesty International











Performance impression:
Director: Clay Kaytis, Fergal Reilly

Angry Birds (2016) on IMDb

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