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It's a war film, there's going to be propaganda. The Hurt Locker had its fair share.I doubt there is any propaganda in the movie. Bigelow is a very careful director in those terms and already prove it with The Hurt Locker. :)
Like I said, movies with emotional investments make comparing over genres difficult especially. But it's totally doable, I don't see why you can't, lmfao, these "you can't compare anything" is dumb. I can't compare LOTR and Potter because they're two different kids of fantasy. Can't compare to Star Trek and Star Wars because they're different scifis. Loll, I'll compare them if I want to :pLike comparing Chamber of Secrets to The Dark Knight... I'm taking CoS Everytime.
Science, math, and engineering degrees that lead into jobs based off those degrees are factual better based on almost any and all stats. That's not a rip on art degrees, they're just facts. They factually bring a better return for the investment, it's not an opinion I'm giving. This is numbers based.And why ArtDegrees aren't great? What make a Science degree so special, in comparison to a Art one?
Like I said, if its what you're passionate about an you dislike today's main topics of science, math, tech and aren't the best at them, of course go into art. My arguing point is that right now they aren't the greatest degrees right now, not that you should change to match what's most successful.
I personally am a giant nerd, love the math and sciences and plan to major in biomedical engineering and go on to medschool. It's not for the money or job security, but I genuinely love these topics, so I don't want you to you think I'm doing this for money, I love math and science.
And doing that doesn't make you braver, I can make a similar argument: as a potential engineer going into premed, my work load will be maddening to many degrees with nights upon nights of no sleep, is that not brave? Or perhaps working 8+ years to get that job, so don't say it isn't as brave, because it is just as much.
But my point isn't for you to change, just to say they aren't the best degrees to get now. But that doesn't make them "braver" though like you say.
Oh my friend. So you are basically saying that the only degrees that make you study hard are Science, Math? For your statement, what I understood is that Art Students don't study. And that's totally absurd and ridiculous. I'm currently taking an Art post-grad course and for the past week, if I got more than 2 hours a day of sleep is a lot. And honestly? Studying is the minimum you should do, independently of what course you are taking in university. And there's nothing brave about studying. It's your obligation.
And yes. Art Students are brave. And probably the bravest. Everybody know how hard is to find a job in our field, how hard is to settle a career. Even though, we try and pursue our dreams even if we don't know what lies ahead in the future. And that, is courage.