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Originally posted by letthereaderunderstand
reply to post by OneNationUnder
One thing I find very odd about the 2012 movie. They are using "truth" as a marketing scheme. Now I know movies are not about truth so much, but to use it as a main selling point is something I find odd. They even tell people to Google 2012 to find out about "the truth". I don't know just seems odd.
I've heard "true story" used and "based on a true story", but never seen a studio outright tell people "this is the truth". Weird
[edit on 25-7-2009 by letthereaderunderstand]
Originally posted by Skeptical_Seeker
reply to post by LiveForever8
Totally off-topic - but I just realized your avatar is from Oasis. I LOVE those guys. Just had to say that.
And, for the record, pardon my sarcasm - I was definitely trying to be cheeky. And I absolutely agree there are all sorts of little "Easter Eggs" hidden, and at times RIGHT IN YOUR FACE in movies. I'm just doubtful that most of them are significantly representative of some real insider access to "truth" the rest of us don't have. But then, I'm, as my name implies, a bit skeptical of such things as a rule.
Originally posted by skeetontheconspiracy
THe movie theMatrix is thought ot have symbolically had basis in real life. THe humanity outpost being rebuilt after being destroyed multiple times, not knowin the truth, being asleep in the matrix versus being awake in the real world. many things, plus the dates on neo's passport and very very odd. this movie came out in 99 yet Neo's expiration date for his passport was sept. 11, 2001. also, being based in New York, the twin towers show up not once in the movie.
also the date the passport was issued is the date George BushSr gave a speech about a New World Order.
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