posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 10:02 AM
The Regan quote was actually about Close Encounters of The Third Kind, not ET, I believe.
But I dunno. The question is really irrelavant anyways. There are so many movies out there that AREN'T based on fact/reality, and if there are any
that actually are, there is no credible way of proving this. Furthermore, why would the government intentionallly yet secretly leak true information
out in the form of movie plots? Doesn't make sense, and it's an unneccesary chance at 'blowing their cover', if they have anything to hide in the
There are plenty of weirdos out there that, right after The Matrix was released, all became convinced that they actually are hooked into The Matrix.
Some of them even have delusions of actually being Neo etc.
So basically, even if some facts seem to tie together, that doesnt mean it's true. And even if it IS true, it simply doesn't make sense what
they're doing, and it is also unprovable.
"Jedi" is an actual religion. If you ask the followers, they will tell you that Star Wars was in fact a true story that did happen a long time ago,
and George Lucas found some sort of ancient scrolls/tablets that told the story. That doesn't make it true.
I suppose the only answer is that people have to interpret it for themselves.
There are some "based on a true story" movies, but even some of them are so elaborated and extrapolated that the final product is actually nothing
like the beginning.