You ever watched a movie about a guy who goes to work at a mundane warehouse , nothing funny or exciting happens , this movie goes on for two hours. Each day the alarm clock goes off , our subject gets ready for work , gets in his car drives to work does an 8 hr shift , comes home eats a TV dinner , watches the news , goes to bed , does it all again the same way the very next day....ever seen a movie like that?
I have not seen a movie like that. That actually looks more like someone's real life. Movies like that don't get made because people won't pay for that because it's not entertaining. It seems to me that these(supposed predictive programming) movies get made and promoted for different reasons than predictive programming. Those reasons being marketability and long term potential for commercial success.
It also seems that when we see science fiction films that "promote" certain things , they always seem to be chastising certain systems and technologies not glorifying them. a movie like "The Road" , as a future scenario it sucks. But it doesn't seem to promote any particular idea beyond some bad event. People have been dwelling on the Apocalypse forever. Would anyone agree then that the BIBLE is predictive programming..? I think it is....if anything else is , it would seem that all experience is predictive programming , or all fiction or all sensory information etc..
With most sci fi films the focus seems to be on the negative aspects of technology run amok. Not promoting obedience , with characters that are opposed to the system not laying back taking it..what say you...ALL?