I have a list of 10 movies I consider classics, with a few entries being iffier than others. Still, I think I make some solid points about what makes a movie a classic.
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The Aatxe [pronounced AH-ah-cheh] is a "Young Bull" spirit in Basque mythology. Although commonly known for adopting the form of a fiery red bull, the Aatxe is a shape shifter that has taken additional forms, such as a dragon or even a man. The mythological creature is said to inhabit caves or hollows. Although it is said to stalk the earth, dragon mythology lends itself to imagining the Aatxe flying. Also, because of its shape shifting ability, one freely wonders if the Aatxe truly has a gender identity in any strict sense. Then again, so much of about mythic creatures will tend to go unexplained, which is why the public imagination fills in the gaps.
Colin Pitchfork was a burgeoning British serial killer, known as the first person convicted of murder based on
DNA evidence, as well as being the first person caught from mass DNA screening.
In order to understand the movements and ideas of our age (such as they are), it is vital to not only consider where we stand today. Though it is necessary to grasp that "the world" is now different from that of a hundred years ago, we should also examine the currents of thought which preceded our own. While many flawed ideas existed in the past, let's not deny that some decidedly "new" ideas may be flawed as well — or, of course, that we have flawed approaches to otherwise good ideas. After all, people have an amazing ability to make even a great idea look like the worst of all time. Thankfully, though, it is not necessary to be a "perfect" person or even to always sound rational, in order to be basically good. At a certain point, being good should also include being good enough.