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Hollywood's GRIP on REALITY (Must SEE Movies)

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posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 07:04 AM
Idiocracy is a great movie about how an average guy goes to the future and he is the smartest guy in the world because everyone is a complete fool in the future. "It has electrolytes"

posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 12:47 PM
Shoes of the fisherman(1968)-
Shows that the Vatican should use all their riches to help in a crisis. Pure fantasy, yes? It wasn't a box-office hit.

posted on Dec, 29 2012 @ 12:58 AM
I know it's a bit childish, but I think Coraline has that kind of feel:

A young girl walks through a secret door and discovers a parallel reality that is eerily similar to the life she already knows, yet deeply unsettling in a number of ways,... (kind of like waking up, if you know what I mean)

posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 03:45 AM
As Hollywood´s grip on reality, here is two recent. They are also good movies.



posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 04:25 AM
Fahrenheit 451:

When I first saw this movie, I remember thinking ... no is impossible. Persons couldn't burn this many books, we would just write new ones and hide them.

Then the internet happened. It got bigger, and bigger, and the books on my Kindle ereader now get 'updated', my web pages go missing, and sometimes the only evidence of it is a discussion page comment say, 'didn't this used to be [somewhere else/different]'.

If digital content is scrubbed from our precious internet it only exists in memories. Further to that though, I sometimes think of how it's becoming unfashionable to offend people. When I think of that, I think of this quote from the film:

"Here's a book about lung cancer. You see, all the cigarette smokers got into a panic, so for everybody's peace of mind, we burn it."

posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 04:55 AM

Originally posted by alldaylong
There is only the one. And this is it:-

1984 is almost exactly what is happening, right before our very eyes. The only thing wrong with the title is the date, it should have said "2013", or perhaps a bit higher. In this "post 9/11" world -every time reporters use this line I get a bit pissed, knowing that it was used as a catalist to achieve exactly what is unfolding now- We got all sorts of (camera, digital mechanical) surveilance coming out the wazoo, emotionless drones, piloted by brainwashed game-kids. following our every move and bombing the crap out of the "enemy" and who knows what other kind of cyber-suppirises they have in store for us, It won't be long before you are stared back at by your televisions. It's only a matter of time before it's telling you that you're not eating your soylent green fast enough. 30 years ago I would have laughed at the notion....
edit on 15-1-2013 by 2Faced because: (no reason given)

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