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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #80 on: June 29, 2009, 03:31:05 PM »
Here are a few that come to mind for me:

Wag the Dog
Logan's Run
Minority Report
A Clockwork Orange
V for Vendetta
Chronicles of Riddick (never saw but Alex mentioned)
Dr. Strangelove
Red Dawn
JFK
Enemy of the State
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« Reply #81 on: June 29, 2009, 03:31:18 PM »
The Bourne Ultimatum + Prequels.

Jason Bourne has amnesia and is trying to remember who he is. He is a highly trained contract killer for the CIA that was trained via MK ULTRA techniques. The movie highlights how CIA Rogue operations are carried out by the Deputy Director , the MK Ultra mind control program that trains the assassins, CIA assassination techniques, Intelligence Agency cellphone/CCTV/spy grid operations etc..

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« Reply #82 on: June 29, 2009, 03:33:37 PM »
I recently watched Untraceable. Okay movie but what I found interesting was the way the FBI just looked in on whoever they wanted to.

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« Reply #83 on: June 29, 2009, 03:35:07 PM »
Here are a few that come to mind for me:

Wag the Dog
Logan's Run
Minority Report
A Clockwork Orange
V for Vendetta
Chronicles of Riddick (never saw but Alex mentioned)
Dr. Strangelove
Red Dawn
JFK

Forgot about "Wag the Dog"...Good for you! :) Yah - in light of events we've witnessed over the weekend, this film reminds us SO much of that.

As for "Red Dawn" - the director of that movie(forgot his name) is really a NEOCON, even though he *insists* he's a conservative.

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« Reply #84 on: June 29, 2009, 03:43:37 PM »
Chevy Chase has had a very rocky career, but there is reason to believe that possibly for a short period of time he was actively dropping very important information about the NWO's tactics especially concerning the Military Industrial Complex and the world of espionage.  Here are just a few of his movies that exposed NWO crap:

Spies Like Us: Using the Red Cross as cover for military infiltrations, madman "Dr. Strangelove" generals and their toys, the total sham called the "cold war". Another movie that does this well about exposing how the CIA uses 'peaceful' cover groups for their infiltrations is "Volunteers" with Tom Hanks and John Candy.

Deal of the Century: The escalation of wars, the military industrial complex, bribes, kickbacks, blackmail, unmanned vehicles, etc.

Foul Play: Corrupt infiltration of the church, espionage, unregulated powers, MK Ultra type assassination teams

All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #85 on: June 29, 2009, 03:47:27 PM »
The following movies, Marathon Man and Goya's Ghosts show in very compelling ways the insanity of torture and how it never leads to worthwhile intelligence but is an outstanding tool to demonize an individual subject.


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Marathon Man
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marathon_Man

Author   William Goldman
Country   United States
Language   English
Genre(s)   Conspiracy thriller novel
Publisher   Delacorte Press
Publication date   1974
Media type   print (hardback & paperback)
Pages   309 pp
ISBN   0-440-05327-7
Followed by   Brothers


Marathon Man is a 1974 paranoid thriller novel by William Goldman. In 1976 it was made into a film of the same name starring Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier, and Roy Scheider and directed by John Schlesinger.


Plot synopsis
The former Nazi SS dentist at Auschwitz, Dr. Christian Szell (inspired by Josef Mengele, the last doctor in charge of Auschwitz II), now residing in Uruguay, must smuggle many diamonds out of the United States after the accidental death of his brother in New York City. This involves a secret intelligence agency named "Division".

Meanwhile, at Columbia University, Thomas "Babe" Levy is a graduate student in history and an aspiring marathon runner. He is haunted by his father's suicide, provoked by the HUAC witchhunts of Senator McCarthy decades earlier, when he and his elder brother were boys. Unbeknownst to Babe, his brother works in Division.

Both the novel and the film contain a graphic depiction in which Szell tortures Babe by drilling into his teeth, without anesthetic, and repeatedly asking the question, "Is it safe?" Babe does not know what the question means, nor the interrogator's identity. In the course of torturing him so, Szell offers him anesthetic clove oil as inducement to cooperate.


In popular culture
The quotation Is it safe? is ranked #70 on the 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes list.

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Goya's Ghosts
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goya%27s_Ghosts
Promotional poster for Goya's Ghosts.
Directed by   Miloš Forman
Produced by   Xuxa Producciones (Spain)
The Saul Zaentz Company I
Written by   Jean-Claude Carrière
Miloš Forman
Starring   Natalie Portman
Javier Bardem
Stellan Skarsgård
Randy Quaid
Music by   Varhan Orchestrovič Bauer
José Nieto
Cinematography   Javier Aguirresarobe
Editing by   Adam Boome
Distributed by   Kanzaman S.A.l (Spain)
Release date(s)   November 8, 2006
Running time   114 min
Country   Spain
United States
Language   English


Goya's Ghosts is a 2006 Spanish film directed by Miloš Forman, and produced by Xuxa Producciones (Spain) and by Saul Zaentz, and written by Miloš Forman and Jean-Claude Carrière. The film stars Natalie Portman, Javier Bardem, and Stellan Skarsgård, and was shot on location in Spain during late 2005. The film was written, produced and performed in English language although it is a Spanish production.Contents


The Plot
The beginning of the film is set in the year 1792, as Spain reels amidst the turmoil and upheaval of the French Revolution. Francisco Goya is a renowned painter, who, among others, does portraits for the royal family as the Official Court Painter to the King and Queen.

The Spanish Inquisition is disturbed by part of Goya's work. Brother Lorenzo is hiring Goya to paint a portrait and defends him, saying that his works are not evil, they just show evil. He recommends the Church step up the fight against anti-Roman Catholic practices. He requests and is put in charge of intensifying the Inquisition.

When posing in Goya's studio, Lorenzo asks Goya about a young model he uses, Inés (Natalie Portman), daughter of a rich merchant, Tomas Bilbatua (José Luis Gómez). Inés is spotted by Inquisition spies (trained by Lorenzo) declining a dish of pork in a tavern. The Holy Office of the Inquisition orders Inés to come to the Office. There she is arrested and accused of "judaizing", i.e. spreading Jewish rituals, because she did not eat pork the other evening. She is tortured ("put to The Question"), confesses, and is imprisoned.

Tomas begs Goya for help, who in turn asks Lorenzo to find out about Inés' situation. He visits her, telling her that he is about to help her, then rapes her. At a dinner in Tomas' home, where he and Goya are guests, Lorenzo reports to Tomas that he visited Inés and that she loves her family. Lorenzo defends "The Question": he argues that if the accused is really innocent, God will give him or her the strength to deny guilt, so a person who confesses must be guilty. Tomas does not agree: he argues that people will confess to anything under physical torture, and Goya agrees. To prove this Tomas draws up a statement which says that Lorenzo confesses to being a monkey, and, with the help of his sons, does not let Lorenzo leave unless he agrees to sign it. Goya pleads for Lorenzo without success; Goya is allowed to leave and does. They torture Lorenzo and he signs. Tomas promises to destroy the document after Inés is released. He gives Lorenzo a large amount of gold for the Church, hoping it will persuade the Holy Office to consider leniency.

Lorenzo pleads for Inés, but the Church, while accepting the money, refuses, since Inés has confessed. Tomas brings the document to the king Carlos IV. Lorenzo is now an embarrassment to the Spanish Church and is banished. He flees. Lorenzo's portrait is confiscated by the Church, and is set on fire in public.

Fifteen years pass, and Goya is at the height of his creativity, but he has become deaf. The French army under Napoleon invades Spain, abolishes the Inquisition and sets the prisoners free. Lorenzo becomes Napoleon's chief prosecutor against his former Spanish allies. (This twist in Lorenzo's allegiance might have been inspired by the career of Juan Antonio Llorente.) Inés, who was said to be tried, has actually been left to perish in the dungeons until now. She has given birth to a daughter in prison, and turns to Goya for help in finding her child, who was taken away from her immediately after birth. Lorenzo is the father, which is embarrassing for him, and he sends Inés, whose mental sanity has suffered in prison, to an asylum. Lorenzo searches for their daughter in an orphanage, and he learns from the nuns her name is Alicia. She had run away from the orphanage a few years ago.

In a garden park, Goya finds a prostitute named Alicia (also played by Natalie Portman) who looks identical to Inés. He goes to Lorenzo asking for Inés so he can reunite her with her daughter. Lorenzo goes to see Alicia, asking her to leave Spain for America, but she refuses the offer. Goya finds Inés, and bribes the manager of an asylum to release her. Lorenzo arrests a group of prostitutes in an inn, including Alicia, to deport them to America. Later, Inés finds an abandoned baby of Alicia in that inn and holds the baby as her own daughter.

The British conquer the French troops. Lorenzo is arrested as he is fleeing. The Spanish reinstate the Inquisition, which sentences Lorenzo to death. Church officials are willing to pardon him if he repents, and they urge Lorenzo to do so until the last moment at the site of the execution in the city center. Meanwhile, Inés is present in the crowd with the baby and calls Lorenzo enthusiastically to show him their daughter. Alicia watches the spectacle from the balcony of City Hall with her new fiancé, a British officer who rescued her from the slave caravan before it reached the ships bound for America. Refusing repentance, Lorenzo meets with his death. The film ends with a cart taking Lorenzo's body away, escorted by Inés and the baby, children singing songs, and with Goya following behind calling to her.

Although the historical setting of the movie is authentic, the story itself is pure fiction.

Director Forman states that, "There was no film ever made about this particular [historical] period." He may be referring to the invasion of Spain specifically, as there are certainly other films about the Peninsular War (e.g. The Pride and the Passion).
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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #86 on: June 29, 2009, 03:49:27 PM »
Chevy Chase has had a very rocky career, but there is reason to believe that possibly for a short period of time he was actively dropping very important information about the NWO's tactics especially concerning the Military Industrial Complex and the world of espionage.  Here are just a few of his movies that exposed NWO crap:

Spies Like Us: Using the Red Cross as cover for military infiltrations, madman "Dr. Strangelove" generals and their toys, the total sham called the "cold war"

Deal of the Century: The escalation of wars, the military industrial complex, bribes, kickbacks, blackmail, unmanned vehicles, etc.

Foul Play: Corrupt infiltration of the church, espionage, unregulated powers, MK Ultra type assassination teams



Fletch: Someone also mentioned in another thread how in this movie, it perfectly layed out how the cops infiltrate drugs on the street. I saw the movie(and loved it), but I forgot all about this until that poster mentioned this.

Fletch Lives: That part with that crooked televangelist in it - now we have an ENTIRE network(i.e. Trinity Broadcasting Network) of them of these types.

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« Reply #87 on: June 29, 2009, 03:52:57 PM »
Fletch: Someone also mentioned in another thread how in this movie, it perfectly layed out how the cops infiltrate drugs on the street. I saw the movie(and loved it), but I forgot all about this until that poster mentioned this.

Fletch Lives: That part with that crooked televangelist in it - now we have an ENTIRE network(i.e. Trinity Broadcasting Network) of them of these types.

Actually in Fletch Lives, the evangelist was a crook (no doubt), but the real corruption was elite government power.  Good point on the fletch series exposing gov corruption.
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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #88 on: June 29, 2009, 04:00:21 PM »
Also - through movies and tv shows, the Iraq war was actually WARNED *years* in advance. For example, the movie "Three Kings" in 1999(and 1998's "The Big Lebowski" had a reference to it as well). And during various segments of "Unsolved Mysteries", there would be stuff like how people had near-death experiences, and came back with *prophecies* like Reagan becoming President, the 1st Gulf War, AND the IRAQ WAR.

FWIW - people who have experiences where they nearly die but don't completely do NOT come back with all these *prophecies*. It was nothing more than propaganda conditioning by Robert Stack and "Unsolved Mysteries". Also - I believe UM was the first to break the unfounded rumor over how McVey and Nichols were seen with an IRAQI prior to the OKC bombing - again, MORE conditioning.

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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #89 on: June 29, 2009, 04:00:24 PM »
dkdemon said it best.

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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #90 on: June 29, 2009, 05:47:14 PM »
MOVIES
Bullworth
The Parallax View
Coma
The Manchurian Candidate
The Lord of War
The Conversation & Enemy of the State
(The Conversation made in 1974 is a film about the Brill character in Enemy of the State.
In the Conversation he is called Harry Caul.
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The China Syndrome
Silkwood
The Terminal Man
Three Days of the Condor
The Amateur
Lathe of Heaven (PBS Sci Fi miniseries)
Conspiracy Theory
The Pelican Brief
Rollover
Max Headroom (short lived 1980's TV series)
1990 (British 1970's series. Not the 1999 sci fi show. Must See)
Gold (a ruthless tycoon begins manipulating the price of gold on the world market, hoping to shift the odds in his favor)
Silver Bears
The Groundstar Conspiracy
The Star Chamber
Executive Action
Prime Cut
The Truman Show
   DOCUMENTARIES
Darwin's Nightmare
Life and Debt
The Thin Blue Line
The Fog of War
The Bloody History Of Communism
Expelled - No Intelligence Allowed
Class Dismissed
Oil Royalties
*All Adam Curtis Documentaries*
Behind the Green Curtain
Children of the Secret State
North Korea - Undercover in a Secret State
Constitution Class 101 - Video by Michael Badnarik
Death By Design / The Life and Times of Life and Times (two mini docs)
Gary Null - The Drugging of our Children (SSRI Dangers & Columbine Shootings) 2005
Empire of the Censors
Sweet Misery - A Poisoned World
Hollywoodism
The Clinton Chronicles
The Hill
The Truth About Democracy
The Polish Ambulance Murders
What is True - An Introduction to Secular Humanism
The Trials of Henry Kissinger
International Terrorism Since 1945
Prime Ministers and Press Barons
Psychiatry An Industry of Death
Roman Polanski - Wanted and Desired (Very interesting Polanski/Tate/LaVey/Manson connections)
Selling Sickness
Ringworm Children
The Prize (Highly recommended and hard to find doc about the Rockefeller oil monopoly)
Alphabet Conspiracy (1959) (Part of the Bell Science series. The story of the science of language and linguistics centered around a "fictional" plot to destroy the alphabet and all language. Features Dr. Frank Baxter and the brilliant Hans Conried.)


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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #91 on: June 29, 2009, 06:02:54 PM »
MOVIES
Bullworth
The Parallax View
Coma
The Manchurian Candidate
The Lord of War
The Conversation & Enemy of the State
(The Conversation made in 1974 is a film about the Brill character in Enemy of the State.
In the Conversation he is called Harry Caul.
)

The China Syndrome
Silkwood
The Terminal Man
Three Days of the Condor
The Amateur
Lathe of Heaven (PBS Sci Fi miniseries)
Conspiracy Theory
The Pelican Brief
Rollover
Max Headroom (short lived 1980's TV series)
1990 (British 1970's series. Not the 1999 sci fi show. Must See)
Gold (a ruthless tycoon begins manipulating the price of gold on the world market, hoping to shift the odds in his favor)
Silver Bears
The Groundstar Conspiracy
The Star Chamber
Executive Action
Prime Cut
The Truman Show
   DOCUMENTARIES
Darwin's Nightmare
Life and Debt
The Thin Blue Line
The Fog of War
The Bloody History Of Communism
Expelled - No Intelligence Allowed
Class Dismissed
Oil Royalties
*All Adam Curtis Documentaries*
Behind the Green Curtain
Children of the Secret State
North Korea - Undercover in a Secret State
Constitution Class 101 - Video by Michael Badnarik
Death By Design / The Life and Times of Life and Times (two mini docs)
Gary Null - The Drugging of our Children (SSRI Dangers & Columbine Shootings) 2005
Empire of the Censors
Sweet Misery - A Poisoned World
Hollywoodism
The Clinton Chronicles
The Hill
The Truth About Democracy
The Polish Ambulance Murders
What is True - An Introduction to Secular Humanism
The Trials of Henry Kissinger
International Terrorism Since 1945
Prime Ministers and Press Barons
Psychiatry An Industry of Death
Roman Polanski - Wanted and Desired (Very interesting Polanski/Tate/LaVey/Manson connections)
Selling Sickness
Ringworm Children
The Prize (Highly recommended and hard to find doc about the Rockefeller oil monopoly)
Alphabet Conspiracy (1959) (Part of the Bell Science series. The story of the science of language and linguistics centered around a "fictional" plot to destroy the alphabet and all language. Features Dr. Frank Baxter and the brilliant Hans Conried.)

Wow!

WOW!

OUTSTANDING!
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Re: Random Movie Recommendations
« Reply #92 on: June 29, 2009, 06:12:06 PM »
Wow!

WOW!

OUTSTANDING!

+1000

Very impressive list, I agree!

Also - 1996's "Executive Decision" starring Kurt Russell and Steven Seagal - they board a plane hijacked by Jihad terrorists who are set to nuke the entire east coast.

Again - more predictive programming to condition the masses over how the so-called Jihad are the "terrorists".

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« Reply #93 on: June 29, 2009, 06:30:32 PM »

Marathon Man is a 1974 paranoid thriller novel by William Goldman. In 1976 it was made into a film of the same name starring Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier, and Roy Scheider and directed by John Schlesinger.


One of my favorites.  I think this movie illustrates how torture can turn a mild-mannered individual into a terrorist.  It was safe, until he was tortured.
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« Reply #94 on: June 29, 2009, 06:36:16 PM »
One of my favorites.  I think this movie illustrates how torture can turn a mild-mannered individual into a terrorist.  It was safe, until he was tortured.


Speaking of screenwriter William Goldman - he wrote a book(can't remember the name of it) over how when screenwriters, producers, directors, etc get their respective Credits in the movie credits et al, most of the time they're over-giving these credit titles to some people who do next-to-nothing, while some who do most of the writing/producing won't get squat credit.

He talked about the inner dealings of Hollywood - however, I always wondered if, at the same time, he was trying to tell everyone indirectly how ghost writers/producers/directors INCLUDED *Pentagon/CIA* officials et al?

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« Reply #95 on: June 30, 2009, 05:08:53 AM »
Here's another one - "Rocky IV"(nor the other "Rocky" movies) were particularly NWO, however, at the end of this movie after Rocky upsets his Russian opponent IN the Soviet Union, he gives this speech to the Russian audience saying "Change! You need to Change!"(or something like that, but he did mention that Change word). This was a 1987 movie to boot.

Funny how things come to light over 20 years later?

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« Reply #96 on: June 30, 2009, 01:54:19 PM »
Here's another one - "Rocky IV"(nor the other "Rocky" movies) were particularly NWO, however, at the end of this movie after Rocky upsets his Russian opponent IN the Soviet Union, he gives this speech to the Russian audience saying "Change! You need to Change!"(or something like that, but he did mention that Change word). This was a 1987 movie to boot.

Funny how things come to light over 20 years later?
We used to have to watch that film EVERY time a teacher was off, or it was raining at break at school. . . i swear they had just that movie and we had to watch it again and again and again - i can play the entire thing right through in my head !

Did anyone add conspiracy theory to the list yet ?
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« Reply #97 on: July 01, 2009, 05:31:33 PM »
Does anyone here watch "NCIS"? Of course, this movie has alot of subliminal NWO messages et al. However - especially in its episodes in its first 2-3 seasons(I believe it started in 2003), they mention New Orleans quite a bit. I mean I find it odd how some show shot in California just out of the blue mentions this city numerous times.

It occured to me today, while watching more reruns, that maybe, just MAYBE this was the NWO's way of predictive programming the calamity(that was Katrina) coming to the Big Easy's way? Also - the nerdy lab girl in it - in real life, she's a New Orleans native.

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« Reply #98 on: July 01, 2009, 11:18:56 PM »
I gotta say, I finished downloading every episode of "Jericho" the other day and just got through watching all 29 episodes.

I must say, that is one rockin' show, I think it got axed because it basically told everyone what is really going on, there are some lines in that show that were VERY telling about the directors and writers, awesome anti-NWO series.

I suggest everyone check it out.
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« Reply #100 on: July 02, 2009, 04:49:10 AM »
This may sound like a reach, but "Basic Instinct", the more I think about it, is very NWO-ish.

The reason why I come to this conclusion is b/c the Sharon Stone character(Katherine Trammel) reminds me of those Sociopathic Bankers EXACTLY that have been running amock for over 2 centuries now. Just incredibly sociopathic, manipulating, unempathetic, throws distractions, and has NO Conscience whatsoever. And not to mention too gets away with their crimes without a trace.

BTW - it was from the director of "Total Recall" and "Starship Troopers"(both very NWO-ish, predictive programming movies).

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« Reply #101 on: July 03, 2009, 04:06:05 AM »
could this be what is in our future? alot of what is in this movie is already happening, could this be what the NWO is pushing for? the change they are talking about?

"THE INHABITED ISLAND" part 1

http://freemovieschoice.com/the-inhabited-island-2008-t4982.html?t=4982&highlight=Inhabited+Island

"THE INHABITED ISLAND: FIGHT" part 2

http://freemovieschoice.com/the-inhabited-island-fight-2009-t6277.html?s=bc0f8fe9916abc015d68886dd0c772f3&


Plot summary

The film is set in the year 2157. The main character, Maxim Kammerer (Stepanov), is a space pilot of the Free Search Group on a voyage to a planet. His spaceship is damaged and he crash lands on an unknown planet. His ship explodes shortly after he crawls out of it, and he is shortly discovered by Zef (Garmash) and arrested. Guy Gaal (Fyodorov) was appointed to escort him. As they are making their way back to the capital by train, they are attacked by the so-called "degenerates". The degenerates attack the military convoy and destroy a nearby tower, which Guy says is part of a missle defense network.

Maxim demonstrates great physical prowess during the attack, and is quickly conscripted into the military when he arrives at their camp. He learns that this is the planet Saraksh, and that the country in which he has landed is governed by a militaristic dictatorship, ruled by the so-called Unknown Fathers. Two times each day, most of the entire population is stirred into a patriotic frenzy while a minority of citizens experience intense pain and convulsions. Maxim and his friends quickly realize that he is somehow immune to these effects, both the frenzy and the pain.

Maxim lives briefly in the city, serving with Guy and falling in love with his sister Rada (Snigir). He repeatedly asks questions about the ongoing war, trying to determine who exactly the enemy is and why they are fighting. After Maxim refuses to execute a group of captured degenerates, he is shot several times and left in the woods. Maxim recovers and joins a group of degenerate fighters.

During his time with the degenerates, Maxim learns true nature of the system of towers which covers the country. Said by the state propaganda to be a defense network, the towers actually function as a network of mind control devices, ensuring the citizens' loyalty to the state. The degenerates, as well as the Unknown Fathers, are that part of the population which are not controlled by the towers; instead, they experience bouts of extreme pain each day. Both the degenerates and the Fathers seek to recruit Maxim, who experiences neither the pain nor the control of the towers. Maxim also learns that the degenerates do not seek to dismantle the system of towers, but plan to overthrow the Fathers and use the mind control system for themselves.

After fighting alongside the degenerates in one attack on one of the towers, Maxim is captured again by the military, and this time sentenced to prison labor. Maxim decides that neither the degenerates nor the Fathers deserve his allegiance. While out working in the woods, Maxim and two other prisoners find an abandoned power transmission station. While exploring the underground station, Maxim encounters the golovans, a race of seemingly wild dog-like creatures who attack the prisoners. Maxim suspects that they may be sentient and highly intelligent.

After leaving the underground station, Maxim manages to capture a mechanized tank which attacks the prisoners in the woods. Maxim drives this tank to the edge of the country, where he again meets Guy serving at a border station. He takes Guy with him, and then heads south in search of help from the neighboring nations.
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« Reply #102 on: July 03, 2009, 02:43:56 PM »
I was watching a 1987 Kevin Costner movie, "No Way Out", for the upteenth time on tv this week - every time they make a movie with the Soviets involved, they ALMOST ALWAYS give out subliminal messages over how this "Cold War" is a HOAX. No, this movie didn't do it directly, but it did so subliminally.(i.e. at the end when it was revealed that Costner was KGB, you just could NOT buy it)

Also, when the Pentagon was investigating a murder, they were using all these tracking/tracing technology tools that they use TODAY. I mean this was an 80's movie(!).

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« Reply #103 on: July 03, 2009, 04:21:34 PM »
Here's another one - "Halloween 3: Season of the Witch" - the plotline was over how some mask making company was making this very attractive Jack-O-Lantern Halloween mask for the kids, but the SINISTER agenda behind it was that if they put it on WHILE watching a certain ad they made on tv, their entire heads would be broken up into dozens of insects. To boot - they pre-planned to where every kid was informed that this particular ad(while they wear this mask) would play at a particular time at night for everyone to see. The ending of the movie where the main character called into every tv station to stop playing the ad ended in a cliffhanger, as like 1 of those stations was too stubborn to listen to him.

Hhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmm.................kids' heads being rotted watching tv(ads, or whatever programs)? Possible predictive programming warning everyone that the NWO planned to dumb down our American kids with Mind Control mass media over the long haul?

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« Reply #104 on: July 03, 2009, 04:23:17 PM »
Here's another one - "Halloween 3: Season of the Witch" - the plotline was over how some mask making company was making this very attractive Jack-O-Lantern Halloween mask for the kids, but the SINISTER agenda behind it was that if they put it on WHILE watching a certain ad they made on tv, their entire heads would be broken up into dozens of insects. To boot - they pre-planned to where every kid was informed that this particular ad(while they wear this mask) would play at a particular time at night for everyone to see. The ending of the movie where the main character called into every tv station to stop playing the ad ended in a cliffhanger, as like 1 of those stations was too stubborn to listen to him.

Hhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmm.................kids' heads being rotted watching tv(ads, or whatever programs)? Possible predictive programming warning everyone that the NWO planned to dumb down our American kids with Mind Control mass media over the long haul?
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« Reply #105 on: July 03, 2009, 04:29:27 PM »
This may sound like a reach, but "Basic Instinct", the more I think about it, is very NWO-ish.

The reason why I come to this conclusion is b/c the Sharon Stone character(Katherine Trammel) reminds me of those Sociopathic Bankers EXACTLY that have been running amock for over 2 centuries now. Just incredibly sociopathic, manipulating, unempathetic, throws distractions, and has NO Conscience whatsoever. And not to mention too gets away with their crimes without a trace.

BTW - it was from the director of "Total Recall" and "Starship Troopers"(both very NWO-ish, predictive programming movies).

Be honest, it has nothing to do with any NWO element and everything to do with the "Interrogation" and the dance scenes.  ;D

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« Reply #106 on: July 03, 2009, 04:29:39 PM »
America2 ! You are a fountain of film knowledge ! :)
Here`s a REAL OLDIE but goodie - COMA ! anyone remember that ?

When I was "asleep", I was a huge movie buff in the 90's. Like most of the sheeple, I obsessed on entertainment, movie stars, movies, how much box office $ they made, and all those other little distractions(i.e. there's currently movie MBs like boxofficemojo which engage many, many into this stuff - the owner of that web site is from California(Brandon Gray)...I hope I'm not offending any Californians here, but now that I think about it, I'm wondering if that guy is a NWO-shill disguised as an average joe. The MSM has given him accolades for being some 80% accurate with his movie box office predictions. Again - I'm suspicious.

Anyhow - I guess the upside to being an ex-movie buff is that when you wake up, you REALIZE alot of the sinister predictive programming agendas you've seen in their movies many times.(I've noticed that here with other members who used to be movie buffs)

Not familiar with the old stuff - need to look into COMA. Thanks!

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« Reply #107 on: July 03, 2009, 04:37:07 PM »
That film gave me serious nightmares when i was younger.

Its about a young doctor, who starts work in a hospital and notices that an unusual number of people are not waking up from surgery.
She follows what happens to this one coma patient who is shipped out from the hospital to this weird clinic that they all go to (the coma patients). Its this really freaky high tech place, but basically the people are kept there and their organs are sold off. . . and patients are bumped off to order - depending on blood group. . .



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« Reply #110 on: July 03, 2009, 04:52:44 PM »
I don`t know if any of you guys will watch this or not - its subtitled (cos its in cantonese) but this trilogy of films is REALLY good (the flop the departed was an attempt to hollywoodize this movie) - plus andy lau is in it . . . :P

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« Reply #111 on: July 03, 2009, 05:03:12 PM »
Here are a few I recommend:

The Grapes of Wrath (Great John Ford film from 1939 starring Henry Fonda. Based on John Steinbeck's depression era novel about a family of Oklahoma farmers kicked off their land, and their journey to California to find work as farm hands. Very moving. Shows how some people are decent in hard times and do the right thing by other people, while others sell out and join the winning team. Very timely even today. ) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpPSIF8zIHo&feature=related

JFK  (Oliver's Stone's masterpiece on the JFK assassination. Based on the investigation of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, who brought CIA contract operative and Director of the International Trade Mart of New Orleans Clay Shaw to trial in the late 1960's. The film is an amalgamation of facts, theories, real life characters, composite characters, speculation. Stone took many liberties with the material to get as much info into the film as he could, and to make it into a compelling and entertaining movie as well. For this he was viciuosly attacked by all the major news media organs in the U.S. who claimed that the film is almost entirely inaccurate. The fact is that the film is far more accurate than the official lone gunman theory that the major news media still pushes to this day) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sOX7AViZek

Nixon (Stone's last great movie, I think. It's an attempt to get inside Nixon's mind and try to understand what made him tick. Anthony Hopkins does not really look or sound like Nixon, but his performance was not intended to be an impersonation anyway, but more like an attempt to capture the esscence of the man and try and understand the terrain of his mind. Stone explores all the conspiratorial aspects of Nixon's rise and fall from government power (CIA operatives E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturges involvement in Watergate break in and blackmail of Nixon; Nixon's suspicions of possible CIA/Bay of Pigs involvement in JFK hit; Meetings in Dallas with sinister Texas oil tycoons before and after JFK assassination, etc.) Also movingly explores Nixon's somewhat tragic childhood with death of two brothers and stern upbringing by puritanical Quaker parents. Some said Stone was too sympathetic in his portrayal. Critic Roger Ebert wrote that "this would still be a great movie even if Nixon never existed." He was right, but the film is still pretty accurate in it's facts. Highly recommended). - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1j65Um0TNk

The Conversation ( Francis Ford Copolla made this one in between the two Godfather films. He has said it is his favorite of his films. Starring Gene Hackman as surveilance expert Harry Caul, who takes a job from shadowy business man to track and record the conversations of his young wife with another man. When Caul begins to fear that his work will result in the death of the two young people he descends into a nightmare in which he must confront his own demons as well as the sinister and mysterious implications of his most recent assignment) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSP2fO-wcTE&feature=related

The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles mutilated masterpiece from 1942. Made just after Citizen Kane, Welles adapted Booth Tarkington's novel about the waning halcyon days of a wealthy Indiana family at the turn of the 19th century. As the industrial revolution changes the landscape with factories, paved streets and automobiles, the fortunes of the celebrated Amberson family decline as the father dies and leaves massive debts in his wake. The film is a sad and beautiful meditation on the passing away of an idylic and innocent era. Great performances by Tim Holt as the spoiled and unworldly George Minifer Amberson, whose secure and pampered existance fades away with the family fortunes; Agnes Moorehead as the tragic spinster Aunt Fanny who sadly and vainly chases after successful automobile entrepeneur Eugene Morgan played by Joseph Cotton, et al. Studio execs at RKO had many scenes cut and had a bittersweet ending tacked on to replace Welle's uncompromisingly sad ending after negative audience previews. Many thought it too depressing.  The film unfolds with an ever increasing sense of melancholy as the old world of the family's past glory fades further away into the misty realms of memory. It is as if we are watching them in the process of dying and becoming ghosts. And truth be told, isn't that the story of us all?) - http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=13411051

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« Reply #112 on: July 04, 2009, 01:22:56 AM »
Was watching "Die Hard 2: Die Harder" on tv(again) just now - and something I noticed now that I'm awake.

Throughout much of that movie, we think that big Middle Eastern "terrorist" was that big honcho behind all the big terrorist attacks(the one that was getting transported et al) - but by the end of the movie, we pretty much discover that this "terrorist" was nothing more than a BOOGEYMAN for the Military(i.e. as it was revealed that high-ranking military officers were behind everything).

It was a 1990 movie, and very interesting..........

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« Reply #113 on: July 04, 2009, 03:31:40 AM »
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« Reply #114 on: July 04, 2009, 03:36:22 AM »
I have another one which is also ANOTHER STRECTH - the 1999 blockbuster "Runaway Bride" - who's plot surrounded a woman who had "cold feet" in terms of making it down her wedding aisle.

Remember that story in early summer of 2005 over how some woman did just that - got "cold feet", ran away to another state in some secluded area, only to re-emerge from hiding a couple of weeks later(and pretty much humiliate her fiance, family, and future in-laws), and then subsequently went to jail for the whole thing?

OK - like I said, the whole thing may sound like a stretch thus far, but here's the point...remember ALL those "distractions" that happened that the media over-publicized months prior to the false-flag that was Katrina(which, of course, blind-sided not just New Orleans, but the entire country)...I mean when this "runaway bride" story broke, Sean Hannity, Greta Van Susteran, FOX, Anderson Cooper, Paula Zhan, and pretty much the ENTIRE MSM were not only on the story almost immediately, but those guys were already in that woman's family, finance's family, etc homes giving interviews like in a matter of SECONDS. So yeah - it wasn't so much it got over-publicized 24/7, but it was as if the whole thing was pre-planned.

Any outside chance this woman got mind-controlled? Sure - she may have been a nut, but losing her mind and pulling that stunt? I mean THAT'S a bit far-fetched. Ultimately, when this story broke, I(along with many others) had that 1999 movie pop up in our heads, and it was hook, line, and sinker as we got very involved and entertainmented by this ongoing news story as well.(I also remember that movie playing on cable channels numerous times in late 2004)

There were many "distractions" in the MSM that year(i.e. Nathalie Holloway was another example), and this was one of many that distracted the masses. Again, the movie "Runaway Bride" had nothing to do with Katrina nor mind-control, but again, it may have been predictive programming to "distract" the masses with an over-blown event years later(?maybe caused by mind-control?), which in turn was one of many "distractions" that year prior to the false-flag Katrina event.

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« Reply #115 on: July 05, 2009, 02:56:14 PM »
I have another one which is also ANOTHER STRECTH - the 1999 blockbuster "Runaway Bride" - who's plot surrounded a woman who had "cold feet" in terms of making it down her wedding aisle.

Remember that story in early summer of 2005 over how some woman did just that - got "cold feet", ran away to another state in some secluded area, only to re-emerge from hiding a couple of weeks later(and pretty much humiliate her fiance, family, and future in-laws), and then subsequently went to jail for the whole thing?

OK - like I said, the whole thing may sound like a stretch thus far, but here's the point...remember ALL those "distractions" that happened that the media over-publicized months prior to the false-flag that was Katrina(which, of course, blind-sided not just New Orleans, but the entire country)...I mean when this "runaway bride" story broke, Sean Hannity, Greta Van Susteran, FOX, Anderson Cooper, Paula Zhan, and pretty much the ENTIRE MSM were not only on the story almost immediately, but those guys were already in that woman's family, finance's family, etc homes giving interviews like in a matter of SECONDS. So yeah - it wasn't so much it got over-publicized 24/7, but it was as if the whole thing was pre-planned.

Any outside chance this woman got mind-controlled? Sure - she may have been a nut, but losing her mind and pulling that stunt? I mean THAT'S a bit far-fetched. Ultimately, when this story broke, I(along with many others) had that 1999 movie pop up in our heads, and it was hook, line, and sinker as we got very involved and entertainmented by this ongoing news story as well.(I also remember that movie playing on cable channels numerous times in late 2004)

There were many "distractions" in the MSM that year(i.e. Nathalie Holloway was another example), and this was one of many that distracted the masses. Again, the movie "Runaway Bride" had nothing to do with Katrina nor mind-control, but again, it may have been predictive programming to "distract" the masses with an over-blown event years later(?maybe caused by mind-control?), which in turn was one of many "distractions" that year prior to the false-flag Katrina event.

Now I think you're just reaching, there are basic themes in all movies, basic ideals and values, not everything is a conspiracy.
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« Reply #116 on: July 05, 2009, 03:19:56 PM »
Now I think you're just reaching, there are basic themes in all movies, basic ideals and values, not everything is a conspiracy.

Well like I was saying, there's no connection b/w that 1999 movie "Runaway Bride" and the false flag that was mother nature hitting New Orleans. However - if you connect the dots, it does get interesting. 6 years after this movie gets loved by the masses, a real-life scenerio not only happens, but the MSM(Hannity, Van Susteren, Anderson Cooper, Zhan, et al) are at all of the parties' homes involved THE SECOND this story breaks(i.e. it was as if the whole thing was pre-planned through mind control or whatever).

If you remember months prior to Katrina in 2005, there were a WORLD of "distractions" that the masses ate up in the MSM - the Nathalie Halloway case was another 24/7er. This, the cold feet bride story, et al really dominated the news early that summer. When all was said and done, it was no surprise Katrina blindsided everyone.

Like I said - I may be reaching, but nonetheless, if you connect the dots...also Bill Cooper had Jordan Maxwell on for an interview in the late 90's, and they talked about how every Hollywood product that comes out gets final approval from the elite in NY(NYC and upstate as well), and NOT from any of those "Hollywood movie studio execs" in Los Angeles.

Ultimately, when you wake up, I'll admit, it's alot of fun at the same time going down that rabbit hole.

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« Reply #117 on: July 05, 2009, 10:53:40 PM »
Watch "The Wave"
A high school teacher's unusual experiment to demonstrate to his students what life is like under a dictatorship spins horribly out of control when he forms a social unit with a life of its own.   Based on a true story. 
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« Reply #118 on: July 05, 2009, 11:17:10 PM »
Saw one on DVD a while back that was serious NWO preaching.  Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.

Angelina Jolie is a one-eyed commander (all-seeing eye).  British flags all over the place...our saviors, the ass-kissers of monarchs British.  Wizard of Oz clip at the beginning (Monarch programming).  Totenkopf was the evil genius (German for 'skull of a dead man'...skull and bones crapola).  On and on.  Subtle as a head-butt.

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