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Post  tgII on Fri 18 Dec 2009, 01:23

Flames, you almost started a riot on this board, the Peter Blunt
system
, shoot that fucking lawyer right between the eyes!
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Re: Great scenes in Film

Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 21 Dec 2009, 19:36

Rollerball - The jAmes Caan cHaracter finds himself in a Global corporate Controlled world in 2018 where raw individualism has been sanitised into corporate guided puppet
The Caan character begins to realise that his destiny is being moe than directed and that individual needs are not tolerated outside of the corporate guidelines but worse than that, even individual expression is resisted .
Everything, even intense individual feelings are superceded by the corporate will , for your own good , off course
This scene shows the power of implanted dreams to work both sides of the coin, the suits and the celebritys and the persuasive black-art techniques of corporate persuasion always working on the psche through fear , laced with symbolism , the scene where caan meets the corporate figurehead to get his orders is quite superb


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Post  tgII on Mon 21 Dec 2009, 21:31

James Caan in Rollerball, the dystopian fiction film directed by Norman
Jewison, didn't know what to make of that movie when I watched it for
the first time, and if I remember correctly, it was such a shitty movie I
couldn't sit to watch it all the through, kept jumping up and down leaving
the room. Isn't Caan's name in the movie, Jonathan E. Misery?

John Housman always plays those character roles in movies related to
business/corporations, ruthlessly efficient as he enforces corporate
policy.

The corporation, run by psychopaths, where the corporation owns your
soul, just like in the movies.
Shocked
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Post  tgII on Mon 21 Dec 2009, 22:14

Who could forget Patrick McGoohan in Dr. Syn Alias the Scarecrow
(1964)?



    Patrick McGoohan - Dr. Syn Alias the Scarecrow


Dr. Syn learns some of his parishioners (Patrick McGoohan plays a mild vicar
during the day) are involved in smuggling. Dr. Syn then resolves to protect
them from the King's revenue agents.

Remember watching this thriller as a kid, scared the crap out of me. The
fearsome revenger rides at night. Use to watch the television series all the
time and never missed an episode.




A good horseman and pistol shot. His main attributes were his cutting
wit with a keen intellect. McGoohan was an impressive actor and remain
married to the same woman for decades.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Wed 23 Dec 2009, 14:09

Id never seen the scarecrow, but had checked out some clips when u mentioned once TGII , never seen it repeated either , mcgooan i like a lot .

Great Scene Flames its a great film there

Dont want to push this film any more, but seen as it corelates to the theory of the corporate structure been run by the psychopath , thought id put up these 3 scenes as this film relays how a human can become completly detached from its own humanity and be taught to love that state

After the Caan cHaracter starts to exhibit a need for human understanding of himself and his place in society , to his corporate controllers, his "apparent freedom" of inquiry begins to be squeezed by a hidden fist


A scene where the caan character has established his defiance of the corporate will to the corporate figurehead and running parallel to this , a scene where some "corporate citizens" wantonly destroy nature in a stupor of celebration signifying the complete separation and utter disrespect of the corporate citizen from the pristine expressions nature
After the destruction , there is a moments gesture of regret and concern shown on a womans face, maybe a subliminal psychic pick-up of Caans now activated defiance prodding at her sensors .


The caan characters closest team mateand friend is rendered into a vegetative state after a violent assault .
Later In the hospital, the Caan character comes to see his friend who is kept alive on machines
The doctor informs Caan that his friend is kaput and would CAan conveniently sign the dismiss papers for his friends life-support to be switched off, as his friend is now seen as a useless product through the corporate eye.
Caans empathy has been fully resurrected and he finds reasons to keep his friend alive and has him shipped out personally just in case he still dreams or has a subtle life still activated
Also in this scene is displayed the viscious anti-empathic decision making of the coroprate boardroom where humans are seen as products for profit or debit .
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Re: Great scenes in Film

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 06 Mar 2010, 19:46

My wife brought this movie home a couple weeks ago and I actually watched it.
Ridiculous at times, yet made me laugh. I like the whole drunk amnesic thing and trying to backtrack to find out what they did the night before.
Reminds me of a couple of nights back in my early twenties.
And from what I know about some friends that tried alcohol and ruffies together, this movie is exactly what you get.
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Post  seraphim on Wed 10 Mar 2010, 03:17

Is this the movie thread.......ENJOY all you great folks out there!!

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Post  tgII on Wed 10 Mar 2010, 12:39

Dad's, geezuz, half of them should be put behind bars and
prevented from having children, either that or have them
carted off in a wheel chair and completely sedated:



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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 19 Mar 2010, 21:40

Its when the feminine laugh kicks in at the first vid that hits the insanity key Very Happy
There used to be good grass that could invoke such state in any place, the more serious the better , but now i find that applying reason to a dramaqueen post gives me that same old kick Very Happy
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 26 Mar 2010, 04:44

Hey dirtbag...


During this clip there is an obvious visually observable change or error in it. Can you identify it? (I mean other than the corniness of the one liners)
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 26 Mar 2010, 17:48

Good spot. He pulls a black handled folder from his pocket.
But the knife while in the air has a white handle.
And the shot of the knife making contact clearly shows a totally different white handled knife...perhaps not even a folder but straight blade.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 27 Mar 2010, 00:23

Gotta luv Sly and his antics

In one of his most underated films, sniffing out Wulfgar , the "international terrorist" aka Rutger

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sat 08 May 2010, 11:04

THE EGYPTIAN - 1954
A rarely seen German movie about the life and times of the character Sinuhe, adapted from the great finnish historical novel called SINUHE EGYPTILAINEN from 1945 offering insight into the human condition

The film is SEt in the period of Akhenaton just at the introduction to monotheistic religion via the cult of Aten

Sinuhe is a victim of his own mythical power of "love" under the spell of the master temptress Babylonian Neffa who gives him a serious lesson in the metaphysica of ice



Sinuhe gains his long awaited revenge over Neffa with another lesson in being revealed



One of the movie pics showing the character princess baketamon, sister of akhenaton , with the serpent on the left arm
According to "Weor" there are 2 feminine principles in the universe represented by the serpent of temptation and the healing serpent of kundalini
The character Sinuhe encounters both these feminine principles among many other trials of the soul
Also from Weor, the ten sephiroth of the tree of life are said to dwell deep in the human condition and represent aspects of being and coincide with locations on the physical geography of the body
The left arm signifies geburah the feminine spiritual soul, the superlative consciousness of the being.
When a human self realizes or incarnates one of these sephiroth, it sparkles in the atman (the innermost divinebeing) , and forms regions where the archangels, angels potencies etc live
In this case, possible the wearing of the sparkling serpent on the left arm signifying mastery of a certain aspect of being within the princess, or it could just be worn from chance


And the best scene in the film
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Re: Great scenes in Film

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