• The Pervert's Guide to Ideology

    The Pervert's Guide to Ideology

    ★★★★★

    From the last few minutes of the film.

    "One of the big problems of all great revolutionary movements of the 20th century such as Russia, Cuba or China, is that they did change the social body, but the egalitarian communist society was never realized. The dreams remained the old dreams and they turned into the ultimate nightmare. Now what remains for the radical left waits for a magical event when the true revolutionary agent will finally awaken. While the depressing…

  • Control

    Control

    I love this movie, I re-watch it periodically. I love the romanticism of the subway what can I say? It is so much different in a good way than my regular fare. I recommend it if you love Budapest or just love strange atmospheric films.

  • Trek Nation

    Trek Nation

    Gene was a great enlightenment thinker, he did believe that the people can know truth. Star Trek is his vessel of enlightenment.

  • Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

    Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

    Definitely a wake up to call to someone like myself who is drowning in the mainstream western narrative of entertainment. You will definitely learn something if you suffer from the same media isolation.

  • Meeting Gorbachev

    Meeting Gorbachev

    Though I like the film, I feel it was a missed opportunity to tie in the recent surge in popularity of socialist ideas in American politics. The picture it paints of Gorbachev is of the first good man at the helm of the Soviet Union but also a tragic one, which I feel is appropriate. I would very much like to hear what Gorbachev would have to say about Bernie Sanders or Jeremy Corbyn though.

  • Captain America: Civil War

    Captain America: Civil War

    I really liked it, I think it's a great metaphor of how many Americans think they should be running/saving the world and that the United Nations is a better platform for doing that since everybody can participate.

  • Combat Girls

    Combat Girls

    This is going to offensive.
    I was watching a German movie called "Kriegerin" and there was a scene where some neo-Nazis were watching a Nazi propaganda film showing the virtues of the German as being an animal lover.
    There are obviously intelligent and less intelligent people and I would ask if we are so animal friendly how we could treat fellow humans, in my opinion the finest animals, in such horrible ways, even if the Nazis considered them untermenschen? It just seemed extremely stupid. But that's neo-Nazis for you.

  • A Serbian Film

    A Serbian Film

    So I watched "A Serbian Film", well I didn't finish it. I was actually kind of into it until it got all sick. I liked the fact that it had a porn star that was a normal person, I don't like to classify and categorize people too much and fit them into roles.
    But man, after the one hour mark it gets all gross, the villains give the protagonist an aphrodisiac that makes him batshit insane and sexually violent. It's…

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road

    There was a line in the movie "Everybody used to have their own show". I have been wishing that I could see more about the people in my family tree, any written word or otherwise.
    In the future your family tree will maybe have more stories attached to each individual.
    Giving the masses a face. I like to look at my Facebook contacts' webpages, and Dad is an artist so I have things to enjoy from him when I am at the screen.

  • X-Men: Apocalypse

    X-Men: Apocalypse

    I think the message to protect the less powerful/powerless is very good. Even if you can see that you have extraordinary ability.

  • Star Trek Beyond

    Star Trek Beyond

    If you love or like Star Trek I would highly recommend watching this latest film. The Starbase Yorktown is breathtaking! It had the high quality action that has become the trademark of the post ST:TMP films, but I didn't mind. It had a message of peace over aggression and war, which is in the finest tradition of Star Trek and Gene Roddenberry. It had a nod to the pre Kelvin Timeline Prime Timeline in the form of the young Spock receiving a picture of the original crew from one of the later original six movies!
    Enough said!

  • Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

    I quite liked the movie, I especially liked the concept of thinking of humanity as a fluid, it makes sense considering how many existential threats we have to deal with.